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Whenever i go out to eat and I have room for dessert I’ll typically pick out a slice of Boston cream pie or some cheesecake. These have always been my go-to goodies and for good reason. I love the richness of cheesecake and the smooth texture of Boston cream pie. Believe it or not, these two desserts are very easy to make from home. Now, what if you put the two of them together?
Still super eays to make! And, your taste buds will totally be on overload. I made this Boston cream pie cheesecake for a wedding shower that I was going to and it was a huge hit amongst the masses.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Hugs And Cookies XOXO.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally grease your baking pan with Pam cooking spray to avoid sticking.