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When it comes to spring desserts I’m all rabbit ears!
I love it when the snow begins to melt and the snow starts peeking out from behind the gray clouds. It puts me in the mood to make fresh desserts that sport pretty pastels such as this cake. By the looks of it, you might think that this cheesecake would be hard to make, but trust me, it’s a spring breeze to conquer. You’ll love eating it, too 🙂 I love using food coloring in desserts because they give the food such a charming presentation.
Now, keep in mind that this isn’t just any old cheesecake. This is a brownie cheesecake! So, you’re going to get lots of chewy texture mixed in with the creamy delightfulness of the cake.
I made this for our Easter dinner and my kids were chomping at the bit to get a taste of it. I had to hide the cake in our outdoor refrigerator so they wouldn’t be tempted to sample too soon. My husband was quite impressed by this yummy dessert, too. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Cut slices small as they are very rich.