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No Bake Mascarpone cheesecake in a cup

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This is the perfect quick fix if you’re craving a delicious piece of cheesecake. I love a no bake dessert because it’s super simple clean up and a no waiting game. This particular one is perfect for entertaining as well because they are individual servings.

In a traditional cheesecake of course you use cream cheese but I wanted to make this double the fun and added marscarpone as well (an Italian cream cheese). I also added a scoop of apricot preserve and let’s just say there was a party in my mouth.

Ingredients:

2 cups finely crushed graham crackers
8oz  package cream cheese, room temperature
8oz package marscarpone, room temperature
6-8 scoops apricot preserve
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon lemon zest
2/3 cups powdered sugar

Preparation:
In a mixing bowl add cream cheese, marscarpone, lemon juice, lemon zest, vanilla extract and powdered sugar. Mix for about 2 minutes until everything is well incorporate and smooth.

Take serving cups or bowls and layer some graham crackers then cream cheese filling and a scoop of apricot preserve. Repeat until desired amount.

Check out the other great dishes from this week’s Food Network Blog #comfortfoodfeast below:

Homemade Delish: No-Bake Mascarpone Cheesecake in a Cup

Creative Culinary: St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake

Napa Farmhouse 1885: Three Cake Recipes To Get You Through Till Spring

Red or Green: Spiced Gingerbread Cake

Healthy Eats: 5 Cupcakes That Are Secretly Lighter

In Jennie’s Kitchen: Dark Chocolate Brownies

The Mom 100: Raspberry Streusel Coffee Cake with Sweet Vanilla Drizzle

FN Dish: 5 Stunning Cakes with Sky-High Fan Reviews

 

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