I have a request from a bride who would like a 3 tier wedding cake and she would like it to be cheesecake. Is this even possible??
Any insight or experience with this would be most helpful.
Maybe one of those cake stands that hold each tier separately? I'm no expert on stacking but I'd be afraid to stack cheesecakes directly.
Hi, you need to show a photo from that site and ask your bride whether that is what she wants. Because there is cheese cake wedding cakes. Which they put cheese cake in between a cake. I got a recipe from one of CC members which was from Toba Garretts book. I have one of her books, but I need to check whether that recipe is in there.
Just make sure the venue can refrigerate the cheesecakes until right before they are served. They can not be sitting out on display like a regular cake.
There's a reason that the cheesecake is cold when you get it for dessert in a restaurant.
Thanks everyone...very helpful. Clearly a cheesecake does not lend itself to a traditionally stacked tiered cake. But maybe seperate tieres on a stand...hmmm
The cheesecake was very thick and frosted in a whipped icing, not buttercream then decorated.
Well, for one thing, if you inserted dowels into the cakes, they'd crack, wouldn't they? I'd say separate stands or floating tiers are a must for cheesecake.