Coffee pumpkin cheesecake is the sweetest pumpkin recipe you can bake this fall. You will love this ultimate fall recipe with a hint of coffee.
Without pumpkin, fall has no meaning to me. Actually without the fruits and veggies of the season, I can’t get the real feeling and taste of the season. One of the reasons I like fall is absolutely pumpkin! This year we don’t have to pay for pumpkins because our next door neighbor gave us a very big one from their garden. They know how much we like pumpkin recipes. Actually we know how much they like them too. So I had no way out: I had to make something and give them to say thank you. This time it was coffee pumpkin cheesecake.
Cheesecakes have become so popular recently. You can find cheesecakes of any flavor and and ingredient at almost every bakery. But the best one is your cheesecake all the time. Pumpkin is an ideal ingredient to make cheesecake. As it is already sweet itself, there’s no need to add an abundance of sugar. That’s good news for the mothers! This is a rather healthy dessert recipe. A lot of cheese and pumpkin puree make this easy pumpkin cheesecake a recipe really healthy for your kids and cats!
Yeah, cats love pumpkin. They love to be given some people food and a little pumpkin is good for your cat. (But be careful not to give a lot in amount or if your cat has sensitive digestive system) At least our cat loves it a lot. He ate almost a slice and started purring and ritualistic cleaning session, and there was a kind of large grin on his cat face.
Making coffee pumpkin cheesecake is so easy but there are a few issues to keep in mind to get the best result. Using canned puree, or making your own pumpkin puree are both OK, but the latter is more delicious. And rule number one: always put some water in a pan and place it to the lower rack to prevent cracks on your cheesecake. Rule number two: don’t take your cake out of the oven immediately after you turn off the heat. It should rest in hot oven about half an hour to cool down a little bit, otherwise it may collapse. Rule number three: Don’t eat a lot, watch your calorie intake!