All You Need to Know About baked Pumpkin Cheesecake


baked pumpkin cheesecake

Pumpkin baked cheesecake is a favorite dessert for many people. In this article, we’ll explore the baked pumpkin cheesecake recipe and some of its health benefits.

Pumpkin baked cheesecake has been around for quite a while now but it’s still not as well-known as apple pie or cherry pies. It used to be considered more of an autumn dish, but recently there have been many variations of baked pumpkin cheese made with other fruits such as strawberries and mangoes.

The original recipe typically requires cream cheese, eggs, sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla extract all mixed together in one bowl then put into another large bowl that also contains canned pureed pumpkin which is then poured into a graham cracker crust and baked.

Pumpkin baked cheesecake gets its name from the pumpkin puree and cream cheese that’s mixed together and baked into a graham cracker or shortbread crust.

It is quite easy to make baked pumpkin cheesecake, but what you will need is:

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– 1/2 cup of sugar

– 1/2 cup of brown sugar

– 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

– 16 oz. package of cream cheese, softened

– 2 eggs

– 15 oz. can of pumpkin puree or about 2 cups homemade baked pumpkin puree

– 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

– 1 teaspoon ground ginger

– 1/4 teaspoon ground allspice

– 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

– 1 9 inch graham cracker crust or one 8 inch shortbread crust

Topping:

– 1 cup heavy cream

– 1/4 cup sugar

– 2 tablespoons bourbon or 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

The baked pumpkin cheesecake recipe that is included in this article also contains additional ingredients like cream, sugar, bourbon and vanilla extract baked together until they are thickened.

The baked pumpkin cheesogm recipe yields about 8 servings. The baked pumpkin cheesecake has a silky smooth texture with subtle hints of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger through each bite.

Health Benefits of baked Pumpkin Cheesecake

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– baked pumpkin cheesecake is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin A and potassium

– baked pumpkin cheesecake is low in cholesterol and sodium

– baked pumpkin cheesecake is a good source of calcium

– baked pumpkin cheesecake does not contain any saturated fat or trans fat

– baked pumpkin cheesecake is low in saturated fat and contains no cholesterol

– baked pumpkin cheesecake is a good source of vitamin K

– baked pumpkin cheesecake can help lower blood pressure levels

– baked pumpkin cheesecake can provide relief from menstrual cramps for some women because it helps to reduce swelling by contracting the uterus

– baked pumpkin cheesecake can be used as a fun activity for children during the autumn season by encouraging them to decorate baked pumpkin cheesecake with shapes cut out of fruits or vegetables like strawberries, oranges and bananas

Now that you know all about baked pumpkin cheesecake, why not give it a try? Baked Pumpkin Cheesecake is a delicious, healthier dessert alternative that is perfect for any occasion!

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