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Colourful, super cool cheesecake. Yum.
Yummmmmy. Multicoloured cheesecake with a brownie base, what more could you want. yummmmy!

Posted by Skacore_Princess from Aberystwyth, Wales, United Kingdom • Published See Skacore_Princess's 29 projects »
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  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather ingredients. The filling takes a while so it is easier to use a ready made brownie mix.
    You can use as many colours as you fancy, I chose to use blue, pink, green, yellow and I made purple.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 2
    Step 2

    Make the brownie as instructed on the box although you may want to only cook it for part of the time, if you don't want the base to be to hard.

    Once baked take out of oven and allow to cool.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 3
    Step 3

    Now for the filling.
    Preheat oven to 160 degrees celsius
    Mix the 100g sugar, 480g cream cheese, 1/4 tsp almond extract and 2 tsp vanilla extract together in a large bowl.
    Mix until smooth and add the eggs one at a time followed by the 60g of sour cream.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 4
    Step 4

    Divide the mixture into a number of bowls representative of the number of colours you are using. In my case it were five.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 5
    Step 5

    Once the brownie base has cooled completely you can start adding the filling. Quite simply spoon in the creamy mixture changing the colours as you go.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 6
    Step 6

    I found it was best to use tablespoons for the first layer and from then on use teaspoons to reduce splatter and mixing of layers.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 7
    Step 7

    When you've added all the filling it should look a little something like this. It took me a while to do the fillng as I didn't want the colours to mix to much. If you want it to look really tidy or you try to make a pattern it'll probably take forever but will be well worth it.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 8
    Step 8

    Bake for 35 mins at 160 degrees.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 9
    Step 9

    Take out the oven and allow to cool completely before placing in the fridge. I found leaving it over night in the fridge gave best results.

  • How to bake a cheesecake. Rainbow Cheese Cake - Step 10
    Step 10

    Finally remove from pan and refrigerate until ready to consume.
    OOO so pretty.

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Mel
Mel · Belgium, Wisconsin, US
@Luna, you can do the same thing to a "regular" cake mix, separate and toss food coloring in. Just make it according to the normal directions aside of the cake, except for splitting it up to dye it before you put it in the pan.

@skacore, this looks too cute, and brownie, yum, will definitely need to try it!
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Luna's acesorios Lucii desu(L)
cool but can it be only cake and no CHEESE cake???o.O
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RADGina
RADGina · 2 projects
that is ... absolutely amazing im in love with the way the colors came out
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alyssa r.
alyssa r. · 2 projects
i kno wat 2 do to make my grandma feel better (her dad is in hospice)Happy(( ill make her this (she loves cheesecake!!)
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alyssa r.
alyssa r. · 2 projects
i kno wat 2 do to make my grandma feel better (her dad is in hospice)Happy(( ill make her this (she loves cheesecake!!)
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Alyssa :)
Alyssa :) · 24 projects
Ahh so cute! I love cheesecake. To bad I can't really cook Happy
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.Emily Estatic.
.Emily Estatic. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 7 projects
I should get my mom to make this!!
She makes the best cheesecake!
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Lil Gaga
Lil Gaga · 27 projects
OOhhh thats badass <3

Wonder if it tastes the same as regular cheesecake. . .
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1372 projects
Now that is one very very cool cheescake Happy
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Skacore_Princess
Skacore_Princess · Aberystwyth, Wales, GB · 29 projects
ah cool. i actually made it as a housewarming gift. *high five*
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