Here's the deal...I made this cake in plenty of time to post yesterday...but then the flu struck and it all went to h-e-double toothpick.
I made this for our Christmas Eve family get together and it was a huge hit.
I piled on the whipped cream and raspberries and then shaved some milk chocolate over the top.
Very rich, very lush, very delicious.
Here's where the problems start again.
I was in a hurry to get to my cousin's house on Christmas Eve so I didn't get a chance to take a picture of the finished product prior to leaving.
There were a lot of other dessert there so I knew that mine wouldn't get eaten entirely...that's fine, I only needed one slice to take home for a picture.
When we left that night I had about 3 slices of cheesecake left so I knew that would be perfect for photographing the next day.
Well...Christmas...presents..brunch...kids etc. No time to photograph. Someone had a slice for dessert and I assumed they cut a wedge to enjoy.
I was wrong.
They scooped a bunch out of the middle of the cake and I no longer had any wedges.
Oh well...here's what I had left.
As I said, it was delicious....and I'm not a cheesecake lover.
Here's a little wedge I was able to salvage.
This was super easy to make and there are lots of ways you can dress it up.
Thanks to the Tea Lady over at Tea and Scones for her choice of this yummy dessert for this week's Tuesdays with Dorie.
Don't forget to stop by here to see what the others have made.
Thanks for stopping by.
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