Saturday, July 28, 2007

Tie-Dyed Red Velvet Cheesecake

This is a attempt to copy of the cheese cake they are making at the Walt Disney's Pop Century Resort. This recipe is a a try. It cam out taking very nice but I think the cake layer ended up too thick. I used a box mix of red velvet cake mix and put the cheesecake mix on top. So instead of the traditional crust I used cake and a normal cheese cake mixture. I actually like it this way. It made a very different type of frosting.

Red velvet crust:

1 box Velvet cake mix prepared as the box instructed

Pour 1/2 of the cake mix into a greasted spring form pan and bake according totthe diretions on the box. for a 9-inch layer cake. Make a small cake witht he other batter or discard.


16 ounces cream cheese, room temperture
1/2 cup sugar
1 tesapoon vanilla extract
1/4 tespoon almond extract
2 large eggs
1/4 cup sour cream
food coloring

Preheat oven to 325 depress F.

In a large bowl bean the cheese , sugar , vanilla and almond extract until smooth. Beat in the eggs one at a time and then add in sour cream.

Divide mixture into 5 small bowls and add the colors to each one: pink, yellow, blue , green and purple. Pour the batter onto the cake base in the spring form pan. Do not swirl too much , so the colors will be clearly visible. bake 35 minutes , until the center is just about set when you jiggle the pan. allow to cool completely and refrigerate before serving. Run the knife around the cake to release ti before removing the side of the pan.

Serves 12

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