Cheesecake is one of those recipes that can be intimidating because there are so many styles of cheesecakes, some have cream, some have sour cream, some use different cheese’s like ricotta, etc. But, there is nothing complicated about this recipe, which is just the way I like it.
If you’ve been looking for the richest and most creamy cheesecake, this might be it. At first bite, it took me completely by surprise. The texture is dreamy, and the taste is crazy good.
It is one of the best cheesecakes i have ever had, it tastes incredible. So let’s divide this entire process into simple steps. Here’s a step by step recipe that’s going to help you make a creamy, no-fail cheesecake that’s all you’ve ever dreamed of.
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Pros And Cons Of Eating a Cheesecake
1. Incredible Taste
Cheesecake is nothing but a simple cream cheese, that can be consumed either non baked or in baked form. With the addition of various fruit slices toppings, you can easily melt the cheese’s solid taste in the mouth.
2. If You Are Not Careful, You Can Easily Gain Weight
Cheesecake can be eaten as vital food or as non – vital food. Because it’s a heavy and rich food, it can easily lead to weight gain. It’s perfect for people who always complain that can’t gain weight, especially for those in the building world. They can easily consume this kind of cake and double their weight. For those who are looking to lose some weight, don’t worry, there are simple cheesecake, with less in calories and high nutritional values.
3. Count Your Calories
A typical cheesecake piece contains over 250 calories and 18 grams of fat. The danger in this dessert is the amount of saturated fat hiding at nearly 10 grams in each slice. Although not all fat is bad, saturated fat may elevate your cholesterol, which may increase your risk of heart disease and stroke. Eating less than 13 grams of saturated fat per day is recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA).
4. Good For a Kid’s Meal
A piece of cheesecake can be a great substitute for adding nutrition in the kid’s meals. Almost all kids are cheese lovers. Most cheesecakes contain vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and other minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and sodium. The digestive system of children works faster than the elderly so that they can easily digest and consume the extra benefits of cheese cake.
5. Think About The Nutrients In It
If you take a closer look at its list of ingredients, you will find several that, when consumed in moderation, are actually considered healthy. Ingredients like eggs, cheese and milk, all of which are dairy products filled with muscle-building and energy-generating proteins, and fresh fruits such as mangos, strawberries and blueberries.