Cherry Cheesecake Desserts
For years I always bought my cheesecake. Then, I decided how difficult can it be to make my own. So I set off on a mission to make my cheesecake. I discovered it is not that difficult to make. Plus, it was YUMMY! So what is the moral of the lesson?
Moral of the Lesson: Never sell yourself short. You might discover that you can reach your goal and be good at it.
- 16 oz cream cheese
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla
- 2 eggs
- 1 graham cracker crushed
- 1 can cherries
- Preheat oven at 325 degrees
- Beat cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla together until well-mixed.
- Add 2 eggs mixing well.
- Pour mixture into graham cracker crust.
- Bake at 325 degrees for 55 minutes (Watch/feel center to see if set.)
- Take cheesecake out of the oven to cool.
- Add cherry topping with the syrup on top.
- Put cheesecake into refrigerator for about four hours.
So, how did your family and friends like your dessert? Did you know that children love to cook if they can spend quality time with their parents? You can even teach them how to measure things when cooking. For example, how many cups make a quart? How many quarts make a gallon? You can even teach them to read. How? Teach them the words in the ingredients and the instructions.
Hooked on Phonics is a great way to teach your children to read. First of all, teach your child the letter sounds. After each vowel blend the sounds. Furthermore, make sure you teach them when a vowel is long or short. I taught many of my students to read just by following the rules to Hooked on Phonics by Pat Cunningham. I even attended a workshop by Pat and I highly recommend Hooked on Phonics.
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