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Hi! Wellcome to Do It Like A Boss! Today we're gonna try to make black cheesecake for Instructables's Cheese Challenge! If you want to support, please vote for us! Let's start to make this black dream!

Step 1: Cookie Base

For the base, get 250 gr of chocolate cookie crumbles and mix with 150 gr of melted butter which I colored with black food dye.

Press the crumbles on bottom of the mold and bake it at 330 degrees.

Step 2: Cheese Mixture

Meanwhile, get 1 cup of sugar and 2 eggs. Beat them until they become creamy.

Step 3: Cheese Mixture

Add 3 tbsp of flour and black food dye. Mix them again.

Step 4: Cheese Mixture

After they blended nicely, add 1/2 lemon juice, 1 tsp of vanilla powder, 1 cup of heavy cream which I colored with black food dye and 400 grams of cream cheese.

Step 5: Bake

Finaly, mix them until they blended well and pour it over the baked crumbles. Bake it at three houndred and thirdy degrees for fothy five minutes.

Step 6: Blackberry Sauce

After your cake is baked, get a pan and add in 350 gr of blackberry, 5 tbsp of sugar, 100 ml of water and 1/2 lemon juice. Cook them until they melted and blended by heat.

Step 7: Blackberry Sauce

When it boils, mix 2 tbsp of corn starch and 60 ml of water and pour it in pan. I added a little bit of black food dye 'cause you know... I love black and it's black cheesecake, isn't it?!

Step 8: Refrigerate

Pour blackberry sauce on the top of the cake and refrigerate it for a night.

Step 9: Serve

This is sooooooo good. Smells perfect, looks dark and taste... Delicious! I know you're black lover too and don't forget to vote us for love of black!

Take care!

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<p>Thank you!</p>
<p>Really nice recipe development! Another way to 'blacken' a baked good is to add black cocoa powder. It has a strong, but very good, dark chocolate taste. It can replace all of the cocoa powder in a recipe or half&amp;half, whatever your preference is. I use it in almost all of my goodies since my family prefers a less sweet chocolate flavor. When I added it to my chocolate almond biscotti, it tasted as though it had been made with the cookie part of Oreos! </p>
<p>Such a good tip that you gave us! Actually, I thought about doing the base with oreo that because it could be look much darker than normal chocolate cookie. But I haven't any and I chill about it. :) After all, the main theme is cheese, isn't it? &lt;3</p>
<p>Right! Can't ever have too much cheese, can one? ; )</p>
<p>Interesting. This would actually be a good fit for the Halloween Food contest. You should think about entering.</p>
Thank you so much for your advice! ^^

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