Sculpted Cheesecake?

Decorating By alimonkey Updated 26 Nov 2005 , 9:03pm by MrsMissey

alimonkey Posted 26 Nov 2005 , 8:44pm
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I know there aren't very many people on today, so I may have to bump it up on Monday, but is there anybody out there that has ever sculpted a cheesecake? I have somebody requesting an armadillo groom's cake ala "Steel Magnolias" but he wants it out of cheesecake. Any input?

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IHATEFONDANT Posted 26 Nov 2005 , 8:52pm
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Well that sounds interesting....I don't know why you couldn't use cheesecake like a molding clay???

Bake it and then use it to form what you want...would it be too messy?? Would it hold together?? Why not make a small one and try it??

I'm not clever..maybe someone has already done it....

MrsMissey Posted 26 Nov 2005 , 8:57pm
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If the cheesecake is nice and cold or even slightly frozen, you should be able to scuplt it without too much trouble. When I just put my cheesecakes in the fridge overnight, they firm up real good!

IHATEFONDANT Posted 26 Nov 2005 , 8:59pm
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That is what I was thinking Mrs. M....

MrsMissey Posted 26 Nov 2005 , 9:03pm
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BTW..great minds thinking alike again!!

..yeah, I think if you were just to make a regular cheesecake in a springform pan and then sculpt would work out just fine! ..and then you get to eat/keep the scraps!! icon_smile.gif

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