Cheesecakes are delicious, no doubt. These decadent slices of whipped cream cheese filling on top of a cookie crust was and will always be an instant hit, with or without the blueberry pie filling on top.
What’s so irresistible about the dessert is the wonderfully balanced combination of its sour-sweet taste with a creamy texture. It is hard to deny when you love this kind of pairing. It can even be made in different ways, including no-bake versions that test its stability when sliced. All these characteristics make for a great snack, especially when it’s cubed into bite-sized pieces and rolled in chocolate cookie crumbs.
When your craving for these cubes are urgent but it’s sold out, you can turn to any of these recipes to help to stave that craving until it is delivered to your door:
1 Basic Cheesecake Recipe
All cheesecakes start with a basic recipe, and this classic one is a great start for those who are beginner bakers. This is baked so that’s why you get that lovely tanned top on each little cheesecake round you make. It’s the eggs that keep this cheesecake stable after being chilled through after baking. Slicing these into cubes will be easy!
2 Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe with Nutty Cookie Crust
Sometimes you want to have a cheesecake but with a twist. This recipe is a delicious twist on a classic version. The big difference is the crust. It not only is made with the graham cookie crumbs we all know and love but also chopped nuts. The recipe uses pecans but you can easily swap this out for more accessible ingredients such as walnuts, cashews, or even peanuts!
To make it even more irresistible, a macerated strawberry topping is on top!
3 Chocolate-Coffee Cheesecake Bars Recipe
When you adore anything cheesecake, it’s not unlikely that you will love the many kinds of cheesecake flavors that you can play with when you bake it at home. This version takes your love for chocolate and coffee and marries it with cream cheese for this cheesecake bar that is tangy, sweet, earthy, and warm in flavor all at once. Savor each square you make of this cheesecake bar because it’s definitely a flavor bomb with every bite!
4 Dulce De Leche Cheesecake Bars Recipe
If you love condensed milk, this thickened and caramelized dulce de leche dessert will be your next favorite recipe to make! The caramel is mixed into the cheesecake batter as well as a spread on top. The shards of chocolate are scattered all over the top to give it a creamy but contrasting flavor that transforms these cookie bars into decadence.
You can make it simpler and just top it with chunks of pastillas to make it extra creamy!
5 Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars Recipe
Pumpkin is hard to find but you can find cans available in select supermarkets. You’ll have to hunt these down or you can do this instead: use our local kalabasa. You’ll need to prepare the kalabasa just like fresh pumpkin but it’s easy to do. You can simply cut it up and cook it or you can develop more flavors by roasting the squash.
The result is still a gloriously delicious dessert that marries well with the cream cheese batter. Plus, you can still give it the pumpkin treatment with the pecan nuts and caramel drizzle on top.
6 Oreo Cheesecake Recipe
If you adore the cubes of cheesecake that you can snack on, these are the next best thing to that if you love those but just can’t get some. Wait out your craving or you can make these cheesecake bars that are not only layered with the cookie crumbs on top and the bottom but also has a little bit of chocolate mixed into the cheesecake itself to give you a balanced pop of flavor when you bite into a square.
Feel free to cut these smaller so it mimics the cubes you became addicted to or even add more chocolate to the dessert to make it extra sinful.
Read on to find out where you can get your fix of cheesecake cubes, how to make a no-bake cheesecake with mango gelatin on top, and what kind of cream cheese is available at your local supermarket: