When I was living in Taiwan, something that was insanely popular at bakeries were Japanese baked cheesecakes. A famous shop for selling cheesecake tarts there was called Uncle Tetsu’s. Well, they’re opening a new Uncle Tetsu’s in a mall here in Vancouver so I thought that it would be the perfect time to make one […]
Time for dessert and where better than sweet confections? I’ve actually had the red velvet cheesecake here before but my friend wanted to try it as well after I told them all about it so here I was having it for a second time. I’ve never been a fan of red velvet or cheesecake so […]
These silky smooth no-bake blueberry cheesecakes are naturally sweetened, have hints of coconut, can be made vegan and are easy to make. They are perfect for impressing guests at dinner parties or for you to eat the whole batch yourself because trust me, they’re irresistible.
Cheesecake isn’t one of my favorite desserts out there because it tends to get too dense for my liking after a few bites but one version of cheesecake I can’t get over is the Japanese kind! It’s texture is similar to a souffle so it’s nice and fluffy soft; hence the name cotton cheese cake! […]
There’s a more traditional way of making Japanese cotton cheesecake where you need to use cake flour and a bunch of other ingredients but I didn’t have any cake flour in the house so I cheated a little and made this much simpler version of it with half the ingredients!Huntress said that “cotton” reminded her […]