Wednesday, May 16, 2012

52 on Fridays (20/52) In the Kitchen



I want to write something profound here. If I tried really hard I'm sure I could find away to lace together cooking, parenting, and life in this post about cheesecake. But let's be honest. You just want some cheesecake, don't you? Thanks to Patent & the Pantry's Microwave Lime Cheesecake recipe, you can have what you desire in record time.

Don't be too quick to judge this recipe because it involves a microwave. As a self-professed cheesecake snob, I was certain that I would not enjoy a quick cheesecake. How could it possibly be good without the perfect mixing time, the water bath, the dual temperature cooking, and the long chill time in the fridge that every other good recipe requires? Honestly, I don't know how it is good, but it just is. And it comes in cute individual mason jars. Who doesn't love that? 

I hope you'll join me in a visit to dear LizzieJane to see what she has in her kitchen this week.   If you have the time, take a peek at how she sees the beauty in her everyday life. It's hard to see her beautiful napping girl without feeling warm and fuzzy about those beautiful early years of life.

7 comments:

Lisa Tarplee said...

Wow... who knew you could make cheesecake in the microwave? I am surely going to have to try this!

Jackie said...

Looks so good - I love the twisted lime slice to top it off. I'll be trying this out for sure! Where did you get the jars?

Tifani said...

Jackie, I got these jars at our local Kroger. I wonder if it is a Southern thing to have canning equipment at the grocery store? Let me know if you have any trouble finding them. Small ramekins would work, too, but you know mason jars are cuter!

Liz said...

I LOVE cheesecake, & if there's lime involved, even better. I probably wouldn't have tried microwaved cheesecake, but hearing you're a cheesecake snob, I'm goingn to take your word for it! I need to try this out pronto!

And thanks so much for your kind words. You're always so thoughtful of the rest of us in your posts.

Leslie Maxwell said...

What a great week of sharing recipes. I may have to get "in the kitchen"...

Kathy Guzman said...

What a great new way to make cheesecake! My husband loves it but I hate the time it takes to make. Thanks for sharing. Looks delicious!

reneej said...

yum! I love lime!! and these are awesome little jars! thanks for sharing:)

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