Cheesecakes can be notoriously difficult to bake, this article summarizes and links to three different methods to make it easier to produce great cheesecake. The first cheesecake is a classic New York-style cheesecake with a graham cracker crust and a layer of sour cream on top; the second is a No-Bake cheesecake which is mixed together and simply chills in the fridge, and the final cheesecake uses a very different method, baked in a pressure cooker to ensure a velvety texture and no cracks. The article concludes with links to a few more cheesecake recipes.
- The article contains three separate recipes to make quick and easy cheesecake.
- No-bake is a classic, made with traditional cheesecake ingredients and gelatin to hold it all together
- The pressure cooker, the latest fad in household appliances, shines with its 30-minute cheesecake.
“There are lots of ways to make a great cheesecake — not all recipes require the dreaded water bath or other fussy steps!”
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