Decorated Cheesecake?

Decorating By CakeMakar Updated 7 Mar 2009 , 2:53am by CakeMakar

CakeMakar Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 2:18am
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I have a birthday boy that really doesn't like cake or any desserts for that matter, but will scarf down cheesecake.
I've seen decorated ones in the gallery, but leaves me some questions.
Do you use regular icing or make a icing plaque sort of thing? Does the icing slide? Any recipes anyone recommends?

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FLOWERGEL Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 5:02pm
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hi
check out my first time not good decorated but good tasting chessecake before puting in the chessecake in the oven i took some of the chessecake mixer colored the mixer and decorated the chessecake with the colored mixer than put it in the over

CakeMakar Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 6:29pm
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Thanks. I'm planning on doing a baked cheesecake for the first time, too. I grew up on the Knox box recipe. I think I may do a plaque. Should I put a parchment between the two?
Any more ideas, please?

Katie-Bug Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 7:36pm
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Hi, I have always just used cream cheese frosting to decorate my cheesecakes, just treat it like any other cake. Make sure to do everythink ahead of time, you want to bake and let the cheesecake sit in the fridge overnight before decorating.

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JodieF Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 11:14pm
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I always decorate cheesecakes....you can use buttercream, ganache, fruit sauces...whatever you want! There are some examples in my photos beyond this one.

Jodie
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costumeczar Posted 5 Mar 2009 , 11:51pm
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I always use meringue buttercreams on cheesecakes, it tends to stick on them better than an icing that has shortening in it.

CakeMakar Posted 7 Mar 2009 , 2:53am
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Thanks everyone for the pointers! Jodie, your cheesecake looks SO good!
I gave up sweets for Lent, so hopefully I can keep my fingers out of it.

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