As much as I love making large cheesecakes, they’re really only ideal if you’re having a party of some sort so you’re not stuck eating an entire cheesecake yourself. For some that might not sound like such a bad thing and if we’re talking pie, then I totally agree… but we’re not. So, this is one reason why I love making mini cheesecakes. Not only does it mean half as much cheesecake sitting around the house, but it also means no hassle of cutting. And let’s be real, cutting any dessert can be a royal pain.

I’ve had my mini cheesecake pan for less than a year but am fully in love with it. You can get super creative with what variations you want from lemon-lime, to pumpkin and even mini coffee cheesecakes with caramel whipped cream. Imagine the fun possibilities for individual toppings!

The other day I shared a recipe for mini eggnog cheesecakes which are practically a must make for Christmas. They’re just so seasonally perfect, even my kids loved them!


Giveaway details:

One Baked by Rachel reader will win (1) one Norpro mini cheesecake pan.

This giveaway is open until Wednesday December 19th, 2012 at 11:59 EST. Winner must be at least 18 years old and a US resident. Winner will be randomly selected and emailed. Winner has 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. Main entry must be completed or bonus entries will not count.

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