Well because the Cassata ice-cream is supposed to have a base layer of sponge cake, topped with nutty pistachio ice cream and a rum and raisin one with vanilla and a strawberry ice-cream. I have, for many months now, baked breads and cakes because I want to and then packed them off to send to friends or co workers. My family eats some, but they want to be supportive and end up not eating any because I can’t. So off it goes. While sharing every now and then is not an issue, it seemed like a pointless exercise to cook or bake something that no one in the family was really going to eat.
Today's blog post is no. 100! and the recipe I will share with you today is the cheesecake with chocolate and dulce de leche. I am crazy about cheesecake. However, it is all too rare that I make them. So far I have only tried to make no-bake cheesecakes. So I was very exceited to try this one to be baked in the oven. I had something philadelphia cream cheese lying in the fridge to be used, and so in connection with the Mother's Day today, I would like to put the recipe on the blog. To celebrate Mother's Day with a piece of cheesecake is not the worst:-)
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