Picture of Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie
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 can do! Let me show you how to make a delicious, AND FUN, pumpkin cheesecake pie!

Step 1: Gather your ingredients.

Picture of Gather your ingredients.
For this recipe you will need:

For pumpkin

1 can (29oz) Pumpkin puree
2 eggs
1 can evaporated milk
1 1/3 cup sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg

For Cheesecake

2 8oz packages cream cheese
2 eggs
1 1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp vinilla
1/2 tsp lemon juice
Hi! I just did this cake and come out really well, say thanks to your wife for me!
I just mix a little bit more the ingredients (but not completely), and it cook perfectly.
reddoor5455 years ago
Looks like a FANTASTIC idea and a DELICIOUS cake, but I doubt I'd try and make it on my own. Cheesecake does take longer to cook, and that's if you're not using the water bath method. D:
I followed it as best as I could, and it failed miserably.  I just think that cheesecake and pumpkin pie cook at different temperatures for different lengths of time.  You could bake each one individually, and then cut the design out, but this simply didn't cook for me.  Your mileage may vary.
dently (author) 1 year ago
Doing it again tonight. I've made several minor changes, but nothing major. Temp. lower and cooking time longer. Slight ingredient changes. Pinch of allspice in the pumpkin mix...

DianaJosie1 year ago
Will it work if I mix the cheese and pumpkin mixture together to make a pumpkin flan?
This pie looks amazing.
frog_boxer6 years ago
I just made this for Thanksgiving this year and it turned out great! I was very worried about the cheesecake burning because it was browning on top before the pumpkin was cooked but I stuck with it and even though it was a little brown, it was still very soft and wonderful!!
Delkaetre8 years ago
I've never seen pureed pumpkin on UK shelves, or pureed fruit or berry of any kind- what can you substitute, or would it be easier to just throw a can's worth of fruit in the blender?
dently (author)  Delkaetre8 years ago
You can make the puree yourself. Simply cut fresh pumpkin into 1 inch cubes, boil it until it's soft and mash. Just like you would make mashed potatoes.
We don't tend to have pumpkin except for a few days around halloween- no call for it over here, so it's not on the shelves much. Bit awkward when I see these interesting American recipes, so that's why I was asking about any suitable substitutes.
dently (author)  Delkaetre8 years ago
You can use yams or sweet potatoes instead of pumpkin. Do you have that over there?
We do have sweet potato, yes. It's something I've always had baked and served with roast meat, so it didn't really jump to mind when I'm thinking of making a dessert! I think I see how it could be a decent substitute, though. Thanks.
dently (author)  Delkaetre8 years ago
The cultural differences are interesting. We also eat 'candied yams' at Thanksgiving. Baked Yams with cinnamon...and usually marshmallows on top.
We make carrots like that in my family, we boil them and then add butter and brown sugar. Very sweet, very tasty. No marshmallows though. :)
Oscelot dently7 years ago
My mum used to make that for me too. So tasty!
I know I'm coming in a little late on this one, but I've had pumpkin pie and I've had sweet potato pie and it's not the same thing. I just can't eat the sweet potato one and pretend its pumpkin. For people who actually LIKE sweet potatoes, though, I guess it is a suitable substitute.
Nah, they taste completely different in pie etc. I like both, but I would *not* suggest subbing one for the other.
suwu7 years ago
Sounds great! Wish my printer was working.
flio1917 years ago
snazzy! looks good for halloween, mmm
solo.card7 years ago
Is there any chance you could show us a slice of the Piecake? I'd love to see what the innards come out like cooked... (+1)
Mr. Rig It7 years ago
Wow! Can I have a slice of that? I give you a +
Doctor What7 years ago
That looks absolutely delicious!
spooon7 years ago
What size pie crust is it?
Shifrin7 years ago
Wow this really inspired me! I've been a fan of both the pie and the cake for quite a while now, mixing them sound just perfect! I can't wait to make one, these look delicious!
you could use a pastry bag and get a much more complex design
zachninme7 years ago
How does the cheescake taste though? It looks browned, which on a normal cheesecake means "I'm wayy wayy wayy overdone!!!" But this cheesecake looks like its in fine condition, crack-wise.

The only thing I could think of is that this isn't a cheesecake in the strictest sense, but it does seem close.
dently (author)  zachninme7 years ago
Cooking it is the hardest part. But last year it got eaten so fast, I didn't get one piece.
teqsun.com7 years ago
wow my two favorite things in the world... Pumpkin pie and cheesecake. I will have to make this for sure!
Phill8 years ago
If only I didn't have explosive diarrhea.
mrmath8 years ago
Looks delic! Why go down the pie with the toothpick in one direction, then back down in the other. Why not go back and forth?
canida8 years ago
This sounds awesome! i'm sorry to have already made all my pies. Sweet swirly bits on the top, too.