Yield: Yields one 9-inch cheesecake.
Servings: twelve to sixteen.
Wonderful as they are, cheesecakes can be prone to forming cracks on top. But this recipe has several safeguards against cracking, the most important of which is the festive cranberry topping.
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This is my go to cheese cake recipe. It is great for a crowd. Always a hit with guests. I make it with frozen strawberries from the season for the topping. And I let people put their fruit on top instead of putting it on top in advance. Very rich a delicious!
This is my go to cheesecake!You can have it with or without the Sauce.
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