Cheesecake Samples

Decorating By toleshed Updated 24 Jun 2012 , 11:47am by MimiFix

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toleshed Posted 24 Jun 2012 , 10:25am
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Does anyone know how to cut down on a cheesecake recipe so that I have small ones for samples? I'd like to be able to make a variety of cheesecakes for tastings and pictures etc... I am just starting out adding cheesecakes to my cookie business. Not real sure how to start. Not even sure which category to post this in. Thanks for any help. I will post this in other categories also.

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scp1127 Posted 24 Jun 2012 , 11:14am
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I do dessert buffets and those mini cheesecake pans work perfectly for any cheesecake I have tried. I get them on Amazon.

Because cheesecakes are one of the few desserts that actually change for the good with short-term freezing, you could keep them frozen. I only freeze for a few hours for the bakery, but have frozen some for personal use that we just couldn't finish.

I cover the flash frozen chesecakes (my personal ones, sliced thinly) with wax paper and then put them in Food Saver bags. The crystals will harm them.

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MimiFix Posted 24 Jun 2012 , 11:47am
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Make small cheesecakes in mini muffin cups. For sampling, people only need a bite so you can cut them in half.

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