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Who Would Have Thought Your Crock Pot Can Do THIS!
When I got my first slow cooker I somehow got the idea it would be great for making soups and stews, and that’s about it. It kind of makes me laugh now; I had no idea of all the wonders I would be able to create in my crock pot! For example, I didn’t think it would be possible to make any kind of dessert in this wonder machine. Over the years I’ve learned I was so wrong!
The first time I tried making a slow cooker dessert, it was some kind of a crumble. Peach, if I remember correctly, and it turned out so delicious I could have eaten the whole thing on my own. (To be honest with you, I probably ate half of it before I even served it to my family…)
Since then I’ve gathered quite an impressive collection of crock pot dessert recipes, and this classic cheesecake is one of my favorites. I make this whenever I’m expecting company and so far everyone has absolutely loved it. I like to serve this with fresh berries and a cup of dark roast coffee.
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Quick Tip: Make sure you use a springform pan that fits into your slow cooker!