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I like to keep the cheesecake and the pumpkin separated while most recipes call for them to be mixed together. That's boring! There are so many things you ...
For this recipe you will need:For pumpkin1 can (29oz) Pumpkin puree2 eggs1 can evaporated milk1 1/3 cup sugar1/2 tsp salt1 tsp cinnamon1/4 tsp nutmegFor Cheesecake2 8oz packages cream ...
Put pumpkin in a large mixing bowl and add the egg. Mix on low until egg is completely incorporated.
Next add the evaporated milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt and sugar. Mix together well on low to medium for a few minutes until smooth. Set this pumpkin mixture aside.
Empty the two packages of softened cream cheese into another bowl. A smaller one will do. Start mixing on the lowest speed and add the eggs. Mix until ...
Now rather than just mixing these together, we are going to have some fun! You can do most anything you like. Draw a picture or flower design, spiral.. ...
After you've made the last set of stripes as neat as possible, grab a clean toothpick. We're going to start at one edge and insert the toothpick a ...
UPDATE:This year I set the oven for 300 instead of 375 and cooked it for 45 minutes. It took another 20 'til it was done. So 1 hour ...
Temp and time change! My wife (who is totally responsible for this recipe) and I have wittled it down.Use these settings:90 minutes at 325 degrees. Still check the ...
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