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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

No drooling allowed


With all the books that I borrowed lately , one would think that I will bake other cakes uhm besides cheesecakes ? Not ! hahahaha

When our resident not-so picky eater , requested (again ) to bake a cake for her other friend's birthday , I did make another cheesecake hee hee . Note that she said cake not cheesecake -she initially asked for a tiramisu , but after the failed tiramisu last time and more than a hundred bucks going down the drain , I'm  not ready to spend her hard-earned moolah to buy the freakin' expensive marcarpone tsk tsk

So , another cheesecake because that's what I want to bake . Besides I want to see how would the color of the swirled strawberry sauce fared after baking . Not so vibrant . But I have some nice swirls hahaha

Recipe from Martha Stewart Cupcakes book and from my last cheesecake cupcakes



25 comments:

  1. I can't hold myself drooling!
    Not fair Anne!
    I'll tell you when my birthday is. Send me some.

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    1. I will ! I will ! Will send it thru fed ex and no complaining if it melts ! hahahaha

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  2. Very pretty, Tita Lis! Yum, yum.

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  3. this looks absolutely stunning..can't resist myself drooling..you have wonderful blog dear..happy to follow you!! :)
    Spicy-Aroma

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  4. I'm drooling already when I saw this on my reading list ;D

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  5. i love these little minis! and such cute heart shapes with the strawberry! what a lovely, personal birthday gift!

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  6. Have you ever felt so hungry and wanted a certain food so bad that you've drooled...

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  7. But I can't help it! Hehehehe!

    I love strawberries!

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  8. i'm going against your' no drooling allowed' and continue with my drooling here! so pretty! how did you do the swirls so beautifully? did you pipe in first and then swirl?

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    1. I usually use a 1/2 teaspoon to scoop the sauce , put a small amount or a small circle/dot around the top of the filling and with a toothpick gently swipe it in the middle of the dots/circle to create that heart thingie ;D I'm planning to bake another cheesecake this coming Saturday , will take photos on how I make a swirl so that you can see it :D

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  9. very yummy looking cheese cakes...Love the swirl

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  11. These miniature cheesecakes are so pretty! I remember saying that you are a cheesecake Queen and really think that you live by the "name"...LOL!

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    1. Zoe , more of a CALORIE queen ! hahahaha

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  12. You are a master with cakes; and these mini cheesecakes I am sure will delight the recipient or the birthday celebrant!:)

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  13. Oh, those swirls are beautiful! And I'd much rather have cheesecake over another cake or tiramisu :)

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  14. Don't stop me for drooling, this is too beautiful . Ya, I also want to learn how to create the cute heart swirl, looking forward your post.

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  15. Ha-the cheesecake reigns again at your place! You are coming up with some luscious as well as stunning cakes. I would say that your swirl is now the preferred trademark-yum!

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  16. How could I not drool??? Your cheesecake minis look so beautiful and delicious, Anne!

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  17. LOL...can't help but drool...these are so beautiful.

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  18. Come on Anne, you post something like this and say no drooling allowed, not fair, is it?

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  19. Only three letters to describe this mini cuties! WOW!!

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