It's the perfect no bake blueberry cheesecake recipe to make if you're new to making cheesecakes. It's easy to prepare, full of flavor and no Baking! This cheesecake is so smooth, light, and creamy and sets up beautifully in the refrigerator!
The No Bake Blueberry Cheesecake is a must-try amongst every baking connoisseur. Not only is the cheesecake rich and creamy, it is also ultra-easy to prepare. I particularly love to make this cake during spring and when the weather is quite summery. Whenever I am having a time out with my girls, I package a few cuts for a visit.
My recipe for this cake produces a confectionery that can compete with those featured on the menu of opulent restaurants. As the name implies, this cheesecake requires no form of baking. The ingredients for this dessert can be easily sourced, and no bake blueberry cheesecake is also quite pocket-friendly. The cream cheese which forms the bulk of the cake makes its creamy and moist.
One of the distinct features of this cheesecake that makes it a winner is the light-as-air filling made of lemon peel, lemon juice and whipping cream. I love the zesty smell of lemon and how it gives me a feeling of revival.
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To make the best no-bake cheesecakes, here are some tips you should follow.
- Do not over-mix: Over-mixing, with or without the use of food mixer, may result in a very soft cheesecake. Hence adequate care should be taken.
- Do not use cold cream: To achieve the best result, using creams at room temperature is ideal. Cold creams, if used, have the tendency of forming lumps. It's advisable to remove the cream from the fridge prior to the beginning of the preparation.
- Chill: It is essential that the filling is chilled adequately. At least, four hours is enough to get this, however, you can also chill over the night. Contrariwise, freezing should be avoided as the cheesecake and its filling becomes too hard.
- Preserving: Cheesecakes can spoil relatively easily, hence, you need to be careful. Keeping the cheesecake at room temperature for several minutes will increase the rate of spoilage. It's more ideal to make small batches than large ones since you will able to finish it. Peradventure there is a need for storage, a fridge should be used, however, put them in an airtight.
I love my cheesecakes very pretty so I find it fascinating to decorate with an assortment of edibles that I find pleasing. My go-to food item to use is fresh blueberries, for obvious reasons. However, if you want a rainbow of colors you can go for a variety of fruits like strawberries or raspberries. No bake Blueberry Cheesecake looks and tastes good, it definitely ranks high on my food list of crowd-pleasers.
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