Cheesecake in Jar
This is a nice surprise to serve your guests. It will taste good, and the presentation would be so novel.
To get a perfect cheesecake you need a special appliance. What is it?
Here is your answer:
Using a FoodSaver vacuum sealing system!
The benefits of using a vacuum sealer to seal in the cheesecake is that one, the flavors are mixed well, and preserved as is. Also, it can preserve the cheesecake for longer time. It is air-tight, and odor-proof so your cheesecake will not smell like any other foods in your refrigerator in the same way that none of your other foods will smell like cheesecake.
You can use any model of FoodSaver vacuum sealing system. But not all models come with the jar sealer accessory (hose and lid) to use on mason jars. For some, you may have to buy it separately (see detailed instructions at http://vacuumsealeradviser.com/food-saver-reviews). It is, however, worth the investment. Aside from cheesecakes, you can pretty much seal in and preserve other foods like grains, cereals, even coffee. You can also use on fruit preserves.
Mason jars and lids come in two sizes – regular or wide-mouth. Jar sealers also come in both sizes. Decide what size you prefer and buy everything in that size. Regular-size sealers cannot be used on wide-mouth jars. Continue reading →
Cheesecakes are great favorites. But for some who are not so keen on cheesecake, a slice can be a bit too cheesy. The cheesecake pops is a good variation of the old-time favorite. It is visually more colorful and playful, and the size is just enough to give you a bit of cheese without overdoing it. Continue reading →
My Dracula Cookies
You can make and enjoy these cookies any time of the year, but it sure makes very nice and fun treats for Halloween. Also, the cookies are a bit more filling than just candies so parents would appreciate the effort of preparing these easy-to-make cookies. While the name may sound fancy, preparation is so easy, using just the microwave and refrigerator. Continue reading →
Trick or treating is a Halloween tradition made famous in the United States, although the British can claim this practice as early as the 16th century, but Western media propelled the tradition to international heights. The past years, many more countries have adopted this practice of having the children in costumes during the eve of October 31. They go house to house and say the phrase ‘trick or treat’ meaning if you don’t give treats, they might play a trick or prank on you. So homeowners usually prepare candies and cookies to give to children.
Halloween, like Christmas, is really for kids. They love to dress up, and there is nothing like the fun of being with friends or neighbors to go around and gather candies. While sweets are a popular treat, you can offer children a Halloween-themed treat that offers more than just sugar rush, like lollipop ghosts. This is very easy to make, and you don’t need fancy gadgets. A microwave and refrigerator are all you need. Continue reading →