On Wednesday, while Grace was taking a nap (she’s been quite sick), Allie and I made a s’mores cheesecake to bring some of our favorite flavors together.
I had a new cheesecake recipe to try out, and we haven’t had a campfire in a while to get our s’mores fix, so it seemed like a good combination.
Was it ever a good combination! That is the understatement of the year.
Every bite of this rich cheesecake was loaded with the sticky goodness of marshmallows and the rich sweetness of my homemade hot fudge, and it was – dare I say it? – way better than a regular old s’more.
I’m so not kidding.
This particular cheesecake recipe has a lot of ingredients, but it comes together fairly easily once you have everything gathered.
Allie was a big help to me in measuring and putting the ingredients together. The only thing she couldn’t help with was the hot fudge sauce, as that was made directly on the stovetop.
Try to stick with the name brand ingredients, because the quality of your ingredients will make a huge difference in your finished cheesecake.
This s’mores cheesecake is so sweet and so decadent that you won’t be able to eat more than a small slice.
At least, I couldn’t.
I actually cut myself a big old hunk and had to put half of it back in the fridge for later.
That is a sign of an amazing dessert.
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