Homemade cheesecake, the easiest in the world
Homemade cheesecake, the easiest in the world. Today in Family Kitchen I present to you the reissue of the first cheesecake, which I published in 2013, when I began my journey in this world of recipe blogs. This is a cheesecake, the easiest in the world, and that’s why anyone, and when I say someone, I mean even the least gifted in baking, could do it if he wanted to at any time.
The history of cheesecake takes us back to antiquity, the first reliable data come from Greece, in 776 BC They give cheesecake to athletes from the Olympic Games. From then until today, there are many versions, both in the forms and in the type of cheese that will be used. The earliest written evidence comes from the 3rd century BC in a Roman text by Mark Portius Cato, which includes a written recipe for something similar to a cheesecake.
So until today, when cheesecake became super famous in New York, which may be one of the most difficult to make today, but one day we will do it, between this and the first there are many versions that we will continue, realizing a little bit more we will increase its difficulty a little.
Since I know you love cheesecakes, I’ll leave you with links to some of the recipes I posted in Family Kitchen. You can see them by clicking on the title in blue.
– Apple cheesecake
– Mango cheesecake
– Chocolate cheesecake
Ingredients for 8 people
We start by placing all the ingredients in a bowl and mixing them with the blender until we get a homogeneous mixture.
After being beaten, we will prepare a removable ring shape with a diameter of 26 cm, in which we will put greaseproof paper between the base and the ring. Then we will pour the whole mixture inside. In the Family Kitchen cake packaging you can find the same mold I used to make this cheesecake. PRESS HERE to go to the store.
We turn on the oven at 180ºC with heating up and down WITHOUT a fan and when it is hot we will put the cheesecake, which will bake for about 45 minutes.
After this time we prick the cake with a needle and if it comes out clean, we can take it out of the oven.
And that’s it, friends, we finished our cheesecake, the easiest in the world. A recipe that I think you will prepare very soon at home and I want you to tell me the result on social media. I say goodbye now, I’m waiting for you tomorrow in the next recipe, which I will publish here in Family Kitchen.
Now is your time.