these. The things I do for you wonderful readers.
at a time. I’m a music fan and in my youth I spent way too much money on said relics. I have approx. 1500 CD’s. I have one book, that is full of disks other people have made for me. The first one was dated 2001… and now I have seriously dated myself.
from now, will they still be important? I was reminded of people and places and things I haven’t thought of in years. I snacked on my cooler of fruit and veggies and sang til my voice was raspy. I felt every drop of love that was embedded in the musical notes of the CD’s in my book.
diced dates 3 tbsp coconut oil or ghee ½ cup crushed pecans ¼ tsp salt 1 tsp lemon juice Filling 2 cups raw cashews soaked 8 hours ¼ cup cocoa ½ cup honey 1 cup cherries fresh or frozen 1 tbsp lemon juice ¼ tsp salt 3 tbsp coconut milk Instructions Crust In a food processor or blender combine dates and coconut oil. Add pecans salt and lemon juice, continue to blend until it forms a ball. Press into a springform pan, or liners. Refrigerate while you make the filling. Filling Drain raw cashews and add to food processor or blender. Add cocoa and honey, blend until the cashews are the consistency of ricotta cheese. Add lemon juice, coconut milk and salt, blend well. Add cherries and continue to blend. Pour into the springform pan or liners over the crust and refrigerate or freeze. Enjoy! 3.2.2708
Add melted chocolate and mix on low speed to combine. Cool and pour over the cheesecake. In a medium saucepan stir together cream, chocolate and sugar on low heat until the chocolate is completely melted and the mixture is smooth
Every Christmas it is a tradition in our household to serve cheesecake during the Noche Buena. It started many years ago when I had my first Christmas with my wife, what I usually serve during those days was the blueberry cheesecake which is my specialty
Cool completely, then divide cherry pie filling evenly over the mini cheesecakes. I'm mentioning this because I substituted all fat free cream cheese which resulted in a different texture (note the somewhat messy cheesecake in the forefront)