No ImageRaspberry Cheesecake in a Mason Jar

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  1. Tiff

    Can I use blueberries instead?

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  2. Krisse

    Hi Elise. I am planning to use your recipe and give it to relatives and friends as presents on Christmas. I am wondering how long can these be stored in a ref. And how long will they survive outside the refrigerator? Also, I need to know if I could omit the baking process, I saw other cheesecake recipes which requires no baking. But I just really like how your cheesecake looked as a finished product. I am thinking if I could still achieve that if in case I skipped the baking? And would there be any difference with the taste? It would really mean a lot to me. Thank you! :)

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  3. Nick

    Made these verbatim from the recipe – first time attempting cheesecake – and they were a massive hit. I’ve never had a bigger success with a dessert. The only thing I did different was used a handheld mixer (don’t have a kitchen aid) and shortened the mixing times a tiny bit (thinking the hand held was a bit more aggressive). Many thanks for an incredible recipe Elise – when you put in that kind of effort, very rewarding when it turns out amazing!


  4. Sheila

    I made the raspberry cheesecake in the Mason jars for a small dinner party I had tonight. It was absolutely delicious and got rave reviews! I loved the presentation in the Mason jars, and loved the individual portions. Such a brilliant idea to use the Mason jars!! Thanks for this fabulous recipe!!


  5. Satchid

    I loved it ! thanks for the recipe. I was skeptical though about using mason jars ( like the commercial jam or salsa jars) so I made it in a bigger container. I will make a second attempt once I find the right jars. ..but here is a picture of how it turned out in the link.Thanks once again. .Link in the website cell.

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