Have you ever tried a cheese and cherry combination, cheesecake fans? Here, we’re sharing a recipe for turning the single piece of cheese you normally eat into the most delectable cake ever when combined with cherries. The rich aroma of cheese, as well as the sweet and sour taste of cherry, covers the crispy crumbs. When you try this wonderful cake, combine all four styles of sour, sweet, salty, and fatty flavors that are blending in your mouth. This is also one of the special cakes that many families enjoy and choose for special occasions or weddings when they gather with family, share stories, and savor the cake’s deliciousness.
1 can cherry pie filling
9 Tbsp salted butter, melted
½ cup powdered sugar
1 (8 oz) package cream cheese, softened
1 (8 oz) tub of Whipped Topping
⅓ cup granulated sugar
12 large graham crackers, crushed into tiny crumbs
½ tsp vanilla extract
Combine the crushed graham crackers and granulated sugar in a medium mixing dish. Stir until it is well blended.
Add the melted butter to the pan. Mix well until all of the crumbs are butter-coated and the mixture holds together when squeezed.
Next, gently coat the bottom of a 9×13 gla̾s̾s baking dish with cooking spray. In the bottom of the dish, uniformly press the graham cracker crumb mixture. Remove from the equation.
Using a hand mixer to gently beat the softened cream cheese in a medium-size mixing bowl before adding the powdered sugar and vanilla. Mix in the powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Beat for one minute, or until no lumps remain.
Add half of the Whipped Topping and mix until no lumps remain. Mix in the remaining Whipped Topping until well combined. The consistency of the mixture will be a little thick.
Place dollops of cream cheese mixture uniformly spaced around the crust, then gently spread and smooth out with the back of a soup spoon over the entire crust. This m̾e̾t̾h ̾od of spreading the mixture would prevent the crust from pulling up.
Once the cream cheese layer is uniformly spread on top of the crust, spoon the cherry pie filling over the whole cheesecake slowly and evenly. The cherry topping layer would not blend with the cream cheese layer as a result of this. It also uniformly distributes the cherries around the desert, ensuring that they are not all concentrated on one side.
Cover the cake with a tight-fitting lid or plastic wrap after adding the topping. Refrigerate for at least two hours before serving.
Use cheeses that have been softened.
Make sure the Whipped Topping isn’t frozen until using it.
When putting the cake together, gently spread the cream cheese mixture on the crust, then slowly spread the cherry pie filling on top with a spoon.
You can also get creative with this cake recipe by substituting your favorite fruits for the cherry, such as mango, strawberry, or kiwi, or by combining two or more different fruits to make a unique cake.