Homemade rocks!!!

In our household my kids favourite days are a Tuesday and a Friday...hmm why those particular days you may ask?  well it's our pudding nights....and check this beauty out!!!!
Now if you've read my post which included my disasterous pancake day then you're probably thinking that I'm not exactly a dab hand in the kitchen (fair point) but good old Mr Oliver, okay Jamie to you guys, has come up trumphs with his vanilla cheesecake recipe.  Extremely easy...takes quite a while with all the waiting for layers to set etc but well worth it...

It stands at an impressive 2-1/2" thick!!  And it's photographed on a dinner plate, not a wee side plate!  Just to give you an idea of how big it is here's another mouth watering pic...


It was supposed to be made in a 23cm tin but I only had a 19cm one, if you fancy making one it's in the 'Ministry of Food' book, and if you don't have it you can always borrow it from the library.  Tell you what though, I certainly won't be buying ready made cheesecake anymore, now that I've tasted this.  Do you have a pudding night? and what's your favourite?  For the moment, I reckon cheesecake wins hands down.

6 comments:

Eclectic Creations said...

Oooh that looks scrummy! : )
Luuuurve cheesecakes!! x

Fleurs de Perles said...

ho ho!!! that looks a bit yummers! You're pancake .. just lol .. but this looks perfection. I have pudding night and day and mid-afternoon. I just made some cinnamon rolls with creamcheese icing!

Fleurs de Perles said...

erm .. sorry.. your pancake. not you are a pancake.. d'oh

odd.sox said...

That is a seriously impressive cheesecake! We used to do 'Cake Club' at work - this the one that WOWed me the most... http://thesockgarden.wordpress.com/category/cakes-food/page/2/

maricesworld said...

OMG odd sox that cake is AMAZING....I just want to dive into it, mouth first lol x

kerrymac76 said...

I was lucky enough to have some of this wonderful cheesecake and it really was YUM YUM!!!x