Salsa Cheesecake Recipe for Cinco de Mayo

Salsa Cheesecake Recipe for Cinco de Mayo

Even though Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday, people in the United States have adopted it, too. For Mexican nationals, it’s a day that commemorates the Mexican victory at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. In the United States, the holiday has taken on a slightly different meaning. Mostly, it’s a chance to hang out with friends, eat Mexican food, and have a margarita!

Are you celebrating Cinco de Mayo this year? If so, and you love cheesecake, this recipe is for you! It is unique because it’s cheesecake made with salsa and served with guacamole and tortilla chips. That makes it the perfect treat for your Cinco de Mayo party!
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No Bake Mini Cheesecake for Valentine’s Day

Luckily this year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday. This means most of us have a little extra time to plan something special for a loved one. Whether it is dinner and a show or a nice home-cooked meal, we all want to make sure we spend enough time planning for the special holiday. However, sometimes time isn’t always of the essence. If you’re running out of time, we have a great “no-bake” recipe that make creating dessert a cinch.

Of course you could always forgo cooking and buy one of our delicious gourmet cheesecakes to have delivered by the 14th. Yet, if you’re in a pinch – this “no-bake” recipe for mini cheesecakes with raspberry sauce will really come in handy.
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Eggnog Cheesecake – A Christmas Treat!

Eggnog is a drink that is usually enjoyed during the holiday season starting with Thanksgiving and ending with New Year’s Eve, and is a popular holiday beverage in both the United States and Canada. A dairy base either milk or cream (or a combination of both) is mixed with sugar and eggs to create a frothy and custard-like drink. Eggnog is usually spiced with cinnamon and/or nutmeg, and is often made into an “adult” version by adding brandy or rum.
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White Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

While spending time with your family and enjoying a traditional home cooked meal are all perks of Thanksgiving, many of us give extra thanks for the desserts that come after! Pies, cakes, cookies, and even cheesecake often crowd the table after the dinner dishes have been removed. The challenge with Thanksgiving desserts is deciding which one to go with.
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