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    Posted: April 14 2006 at 5:29pm

Here's a recipe for my basic fruit Cheesecake

Crust:
about 1/3 lb graham crackers
2 tbsp brown sugar 
1/4 cup butter 
many dashes of cinnamon
many dashes of nutmeg

 
Filling:
16 oz. cream cheese, generic is fine
3 eggs with the white stringy yolk-tails removed
1/3 cup orange juice
1/2 to 3/4 can of sweetened condensed milk
 
Topping:
peeled orange slices, sliced strawberries or canned mandarin orange 
 
Crush graham crackers; mix with brown sugar, spices. Add to softened butter (soft but still thicker than sour cream). Mix with spoon until even. Press into bottom of 8-inch round nonstick pan, or 8x12 inch is probably okay too. refrigerate
 
In a blender, put in all ingredients IN THE ORDER THEY'RE LISTED (crucial). Blend until completely smooth. Pour into crust, bake for 40-50 minutes at 350░ F until it springs up when gently pressed. Leave to cool for a few hours and decorate. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving.

Let's make this a cheesecake recipes thread 

my LJ, 40 inches long
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 Yum!

 Cheese cake!

 How about a yummy carrot cake,..my husbands fav,..Thanks,..

 Katie

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O this sounds nice... I need to come to your place and have some cake and tea.

I'm going to print out this recipe....o yeah does it have to be whole egg or can it just be egg white? 

I have some egg yokes in the fridge from a recipe with only egg whites and I have no idea what to do with them. Any ideas?

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I think you can get away with using only the egg yolks for this recipe. It would probably result in a denser cheesecake, which is a really nice variation of this recipe. 

Anais

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