Originally Posted by DigMyChicks
Originally Posted by NorthFLChick
Some time ago, I made a New York Cheesecake that DH loved. Now he wants that instead of birthday cake next week but wants it swirled with something (maybe chocolate or cherry?).http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/921333/any-home-bakers-here/840#post_14838483
I'm wondering if I can use the same recipe as before but just swirl something into it before baking. Any ideas on if this will work?
Good morning Debby! You could maybe swirl some preserves in it...
I have swirled by taking out some batter, mixing in some cocoa add then adding it as I filled the pan with the regular and running a knife blade through it.
I am making one today and was thinking about blueberry, but I am afraid if the consistency isn't close to the original batter it will either sink or rise to the top.
I have decided to go plain and put the blueberries on top.
I will try your recipe.
We are having a friend over for dinner tomorrow and I asked, "What would you like?" and he said, " I like it all. I am not hard to please, -cheesecake- and anything you do will be just -cheesecake- fine with me." " Cough-cough-cough-cheesecake"