Mini-cheesecakes are miniaturized versions of traditional cheesecakes, usually made in individual portion sizes.
Initially you must take digestive biscuts of 150g
The next thing you must do is to crush into fine powder
Next process is to add 1/4 cup of butter
Let us starting mixing process
Add the above mixed item into muffin liners and keep aside
300g cream cheese, whisk just until creamy, use low speed
Add half cup sugar (100g)
Take two eggs and blend
Add 1 tsp vanilla extract
Next add 1 tsp lime juice
- 5 tbsp flour
Blend with creamy cheese
Add into muffin liners (preheated oven – 32 F – 160 C)
After 15 minutes of baking
After chilling process
Add strawberry on top
Finally, easy mini cheesecake recipe is ready to serve!
History of Mini Cheesecakes
Mini-cheesecakes small size makes them well-suited to serving at parties. The mini cheesecake first appeared in upscale restaurants during the late 1960s. Cheesecakes were one of the earliest forms of baked desserts that used cream cheese, a relative newcomer to the world of cheese.
The mini cheesecake probably took its cue from the miniaturization trend that swept over American cooking in the decades before it appeared. In larger portions, cheesecake can easily become too rich and filling.
Making mini-cheesecakes is a great way to introduce children to cooking. Children can help make the crust, mix the batter, and decorate their mini-cheesecakes once they are finished baking. This also gives them a sense of ownership over the finished mini-cheesecake.
Having mini-cheesecakes at home provides a great way to control portions, especially for anyone on a diet or calorie restricted meal plan. Many mini cheesecakes are available that have very few calories compared to traditional, full sized cheesecakes.