Recipe -Pecan & caramel New-York cheesecake (Magnolia Bakery)

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What’s your favorite cheesecake flavor?  I have to say I think that white chocolate raspberry is probably my all time favorite flavor, but this one is a close second.

I have visited the delightful Magnolia Bakery in New York City. It is pretty cool. It has a nice variety of cupcakes and sweets. Miam Miam & Yum has the recipe for one of their treats.

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Pecan & caramel NYC cheesecake

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When I was in New-York City, I had to go to the world famous Magnolia Bakery (featured in many US TV series) and try a few of their treats. Although they became famous for their cupcakes – which are delicious by the way, it’s their cheesecakes that left me craving more! And because I can’t go to NYC as often as I want (what a dream that would be!), I (kinda) brought back the recipe with me 🙂 and yes, you guessed it, I’m so kind I am willing to share it with you – after changing a few things to make it more to my liking.

The cheesecake is nice and fluffy, with a nice vanilla flavour. For the base, I swapped the wafer for speculoos biscuits. As for the caramel, I put more cream in it and added some sea salt flakes to lift the flavour and cut…

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