15 Thanksgiving Cheesecake Recipes

When it comes to Thanksgiving desserts, things are pretty predictable. Thanksgiving arrives with its magnificent dishes, from the turkey to the cheesecake with a seasonal twist of the pumpkin. You just have to know that your guest will come out of the kitchen with a pumpkin pie in hand.

And hey, if you're lucky, they might have an extra cake inspired by the fall that is not pumpkin to go with that ball of ice cream like apple or pecan pie! But just because pies are the norm of Thanksgiving does not mean we should limit our creativity. These 15 cheesecakes will influence and inspire even the most loyal cake eaters. And who says you cannot have both anyway?

1. Pumpkin and maple cheesecake without molasses: this cheesecake is really for you. Forget the fruity topping: this beauty incorporates the flavors of maple and molasses, creating a unique autumn-inspired dessert that people will talk about for ages.

2. Maple Bacon Cheesecakes: Bacon makes everything better - this is nothing new. So the fact that someone has decided to sprinkle the bacon on an already sinful cheesecake and incorporate it into the crust is definitely bright. This sweet and savory combination will earn you serious points.

3. Apples filled with cheesecake: if you fill an apple with cheesecake, count as a serving of fruit, right? Say goodbye to the idea of ​​not having room for dessert. This comforting treatment is warm, sticky and impossible to lose.

4. Golden Oreo-Stuffed Snickerdoodle Blondie Cheesecake Bars: Incorporating the beloved Oreo into a cheesecake is common and delicious friggin'. However, changing things and using Golden Oreos is a whole new level of awesome with which we are totally on board.

5. Pecan Honey Pecan Cheesecake Shortbread Crust: Each has its own favorite autumn dessert that mashes all year round. For some it is pumpkin pie; for others, apple crumble. But those who claim loyalty to pecan pie could be influenced, because this pecan cheesecake can compete with a classic pecan pie any day.

6. Pumpkin cheesecake muffins with caramelized cashews: pumpkin desserts everywhere will go nuts on these cheesecake muffins decorated with caramelized cashews. Cashews are tossed into the maple syrup before being cooked, in order to obtain a greater dose of fall in every single bite.

7. Chai and Pumpkin (Almost) Raw Cheesecake: This beautiful exaggerated treatment will bring tons of WOW factor to the holiday celebration. This cheesecake was inspired by the cold and upcoming weather, so if you like to give yourself a hot cup of chai tea and a bowl of steaming pumpkin soup, you will love the flavors of this cake.

8. Caramel and apple pie cake: the tasty mix of caramel and apples gives an incredible holiday to these cheesecake shooters. This is an awesome dessert that will make everyone at the table ohh and ahh!

9. Salted caramel pie Ooey Gooey: There's nothing like slicing a velvety cheesecake with a fork and finding that friable background. Cheesecake does not really need much to be surprising on its own but when you drink it with salted caramel and you complete it with toasted pecans, it's totally sent from the sky.

10. Blueberry Sauce Cheesecake Brownies: When you can not get enough of that sweet and sour blueberry sauce at the table, toss it into your dessert as well. These cheesecake brownies are twirled with cranberry goodness and are a great way to consume any advanced sauce.

11. Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes with whipped cream: these mini pumpkin pies create a solid competition for the traditional pumpkin pie. The hot spices in the silky cheesecake pair perfectly with the crispy gingerbread crust.
12. Cheesecake molasses: who does not want to bite the rich and deep flavors of molasses? This cheesecake has a simple but surprising presentation with a lot of taste to go with it. It's perfect for any party, but feel free to do it.

13. Cheesecake With Ginger: Mixing ginger spice in the creamy and sweet cheesecake body is a great way to shake things up with dessert this year. Adorned with chopped and crunchy pistachios, this recipe takes a lighter course using ricotta and mascarpone.

14. Raw pumpkin cheesecake bars: these swoon bars offer a delicate spice and a lot of crunchiness. The base of these sweets is super nutritional, rich in nuts, dates and flax. With this in mind, could we also consider these breakfast bars?

15. Caramel Apple Raw Vegan Cheesecake: hello hello, apple pie! These little bites of perfection are about to conquer your world when it comes to decadent apple desserts. These beauties do not include refined sugar and are GF. So, let's just say: They're perfect for you.

Beet Mini Cakes with Sour Cream Frosting and Beet Syrup

Carrot Cake Cheesecake Ingredients:

4 cups all purpose flour
4 cups sugar
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
1 cup vegetable oil
4 eggs
2 tbsp vanilla extract
1 cup walnuts
1 cup coconut
1 carrot
1 tbsp cream
1 cup butter
salt to taste

Carrot Cake Cheesecake Recipe


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a cake pan. Line the bottom with parchment paper. Peel and cook carrots. Drain the carrots and purree in a blender until they are smooth. Set aside.

Sift half of the flour, half of the sugar, soda, cinnamon and salt in a bowl and combine well. Add oil, 3 eggs and vanilla. Beat well for about 2 minutes. Fold in walnuts, coconut and carrots. Pour batter evenly into 12 muffin liners in pan.

Set in the middle of the oven and bake for about 50 minutes or until edges have pulled away from sides and toothpick inserted in middle comes out clean. Remove from oven and let sit in pans 10 minutes. Turn out onto a rack and cool completely.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, mix half of the cream until creamy. Add the sugar and mix slowly until smooth. Mix in the flour. Add one egg, mixing well, scraping the sides of the bowl. Mix in the vanilla until the mixture is smooth.

Pour the batter into a parchment paper lined spring form pan. Bake for about 30 minutes or until the center is set when you slightly shake the pan. Allow to cool before removing from the spring form pan. Allow to cool completely before assembling the cake.

Using a hand mixer, cream butter and cream cheese until fluffy. Slowly add in little sugar and vanilla. Mix until smooth.

Place your bottom layer of cake on the plate you will be serving it on with the leveled side facing up. Spread a thin layer of cream cheese frosting on top.

Transfer the cheesecake to the top of the cake, then spread another thin layer of cream cheese frosting on top of the cheesecake.

Top with the remaining layer of cake leveled side down so that you have a clean surface. Use the rest of the cream butter cheese frosting to frost the entire cake.

Top with optional nuts or shredded coconut.

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