After posting this last week and ordering cheesecake 3 nights in a row I decided that it would be certainly more economical (and hopefully more fun) to prepare it myself! I excitedly started to browse through recipes (thanks for the suggestions!) but almost all of them seemed to be too complicated, took too long or required a freezer which I don't currently have. Finally I decided to try this recipe. Let's face it, cheesecake squares are not the real thing but for a baking unalphabetic like me, it seemed to be the logical and easy first try. Oh boy....
- the electric mixer should NOT be substituted for a turmix maschine (I almost destroyed mine)
- you should have an oven where you can set the temperature (I don't)
- you should check on the cheesecake before the whole flat fills with smoke (yep, I burnt it allright)
But afterall it was eatable! :) The strawberry sauce (Which basically was simple frozen berries) almost entirely took the burnt taste away and I'm proud that we have finished the whole cake!:)
Overall I have conculded that I need a proper kitchen before trying to immerse myself in baking! :) Nevertheless (now that I got a taste of it :) I'm itching to try some new (preferably sweet) and simple recipes so I'd love to hear your recommendations babes! :)