A crumbly graham cracker crust and silky cream cheese filling make this New York-style cheesecake a winner.
There are certain days during the summer when the last place anyone wants to be is in a hot kitchen. But that's when kids can come to the rescue, making a delicious dessert for the whole family without ever having to ask their parents to turn on the oven. This no-bake cheesecake is sure to please with its creamy center.
Creamy meets crunchy when a layer of velvety lime-flavored mascarpone-ricotta mousse and tart lime curd come together in a rustic pistachio shell in this Lime-Pistachio Tart. It may look like a cheesecake, but it is lighter and airier—a fitting finale to a spring get-together. Indeed, the green zest garnish lends itself quite nicely to a Saint Patrick's Day meal.
Sweet-tart apricot jam is the perfect counterpoint to classic creamy cheesecake. Martha made this recipe on episode 613 of Martha Bakes.
A New York cheesecake is heavy on the cream, there are five packages of cream cheese plus a cup of sour cream in our decadent dessert. Under the fluffy filling is a simple graham cracker crust. The trick to making this cheesecake is to cook the filling enough so it's set without cracking the top. Then allow plenty of time for it to chill so it sets up and you can slice it easily.
This easy mousse-like treat blends the tartness of Key lime pie with the richness of cheesecake. Its graham-cracker crust sets in the freezer rather than the oven, and the traditional whipped-cream topping is folded right into the filling, along with fresh citrus juice and zest, cream cheese, and sweetened condensed milk. Chill it overnight, and wake up to a world of bliss.
It looks spectacular but our blueberry-cheesecake icebox cake is a no-bake dessert that's easy to make. There's just a little bit of mixing and assembly required before you chill this make-ahead wonder—and you can make it as much as a week ahead. The secret to it's dramatic look is that the lemony cream-cheese mixture holds graham crackers vertically. Right before serving, crown it with fresh berries.
Marbling cheesecake is an easy way to elicit oohs and aahs. This one has a raspberry puree swirled in.