Quick and Easy Cheesecake
Creamy cheesecake always steals the show at dessert time, and with quick and easy cheesecake recipes, you'll wow them. Try a quick and easy cheesecake dessert tonight.See Popular Quick and Easy Cheesecake Recipes
These single-serving chocolate desserts look restaurant-quality but are a cinch to make once you gather a few supermarket staples.
Pick your favorite fruit preserves to stir into these rich-tasting cake pops or do a mix to please any palate at your next party.
Purchased cookies and a simple homemade filling make these delicious dessert cups fast and easy.
An abundance of colorful blueberries dot this spectacular cheesecake dessert recipe.
Instead of traditional pumpkin pie, try this pretty dessert for your holiday dinner. A narrow, thin-bladed spatula or a table knife works best for swirling the layers.
This no-bake dessert combines sweetened brie and cream cheese with fresh blueberries in single-serving cups.
These extra-easy dessert tarts use purchased phyllo shells.
Top these tiny cheesecakes with any fruit that strikes your fancy. The small size makes perfect party treats or light desserts.
This low calorie cheesecake recipe is made with a vanilla wafer crust and reduced fat cream cheese and chocolate filling. The small size is a perfect dessert.
This diabetic-friendly cheesecake skips the crust and mixes yogurt cheese with cream cheese to decrease fat in the recipe. The result is a fantastic dessert!
How can a cheesecake this decadent only have 124 calories per slice? By calling for reduced-fat cream cheese and light Greek yogurt for the citrus-flavored base.
Spring's classic pie combo layers beautifully with a sweet cream cheese custard. Top with shortbread cookie or graham cracker crumbles for a bit of "crust."
Dollops of jam give this silky cheesecake batter its playful polka dots.
Start with four slices of your favorite purchased cheesecake. Mix up this easy fruit topping and you've got dessert!
These muffins taste like a brownie, making them sweet and rich enough for dessert.