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Pressure Cooker/Instapot Cheese Cake

Ive always loved eating cheese cake but to make one just seemed to time consuming.

But after seeing how many people were raving about their instapot cheese cakes I finally decided to give it a go.

Actually it still took me a few more months to really commit but this past weekend I decided to replace my electric pressure cooker and bought the instatpot online and it was to be delivered on Saturday so in the morning I found a simple recipe actually two and took from each one of them the ingredients that I had on hand to make one recipe and then I added an extra twist by adding Heath bar toffee bits to the mixture and sat back and waited for my instapot to be delivered.

Let's just say I waited all day until 9 p.m. and realized it wasn't coming and I already knew it was a wash for Sunday delivery too so into a plastic container my cream cheese mixture went and I hoped it would still be good on Monday.

Monday came and my patience ran out so I pulled out my electric pressure cooker and proceeded to make the cheesecake exactly as I would in the instapot and success or at least I think so as I have yet to try it but I will before I end this blog.

I let it sit over night in the refrigerator then today I made some homemade Carmel sauce that I topped on it and added extra toffee bits and it back chilling in the fridge just waiting to be sliced.

My verdict on making a cheese cake in a pressure cooker or Instapot is that if you already have one and are not waiting for one to be delivered then it is definitely is a time saver and I would whole heartedly recommend you at least give it a try at least once and I know it will become a favorite.

Im back from taste testing and I can truly say this cheesecake is absolutely delicious and need to pull out your favorite cheesecake recipe and give it a try you won't regret it.










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