This easy cheesecake recipe from a box post is sponsored by The Cheesecake Factory At Home.
We are big fans of The Cheesecake Factory around here, so when I heard there was a mix for making that favorite goodness at home, I couldn’t grab it fast enough. Here’s our traditional Christmas Cheesecake recipe from a box in 2 easy holiday variations.
Why I love making this Cheesecake recipe from a box during our busy Christmas season.
As much as I love holiday baking, any help I can get to make it easier to bake with the kids is always appreciated. Which is giving me ALL THE LOVE in the world for these Cheesecake Factory At Home options. There are 3 flavors to choose from, Original, Strawberry and Salted Caramel – all perfect for the season of sweet treats and homemade fun.
Easy Cheesecake Recipe
A cheesecake recipe from a box! Made easy and yummy with The Cheesecake Factory At Home Mixes
- 1 Box Cheesecake Factory at Home mix
- 16 oz Cream Cheese room temptaure
- 1/4 cup milk
- 3 eggs
Graham cracker crust
- 3 tbsp melted butter
- 1 bag graham crumbs (these come in the box)
heat oven to 275 and grease a spring form pan.
Cheese cake crust from a box
Combine crust mix from the bag included with the melted butter until well blended. Gently press the mixture into your cake pan, covering the bottom fully and up the sides.
Cheesecake filling from a box
Mix the cream cheese and the filling with an electric mixer until cream cheese is fluffy. Mix about 1 min on low and 1 min on high. Scrape bowl and add milk. Beat on hight until mixture is light and fluffy (about 1 min).
Scrape bowl and add eggs. Mix on low speed until eggs are fluffy and incorporated. Scrape bowl and pour mixture into [prepared crust.
Bake 45-49 minutes or until center has a slight jiggle. Then cool to room temperature. Add toppings as desired.
Once cooled, place pan in the fridge and chill completely (about 2 hours). Chill until ready to serve.
2 easy Christmas cheesecake decorating ideas
Once your Christmas cheesecake from a box is made at home and chilling away it’s time to get creative with it for the holidays.
- Adding ornaments is such a fun Christmas cheesecake idea for making a festive dessert to serve anywhere.
You can use the bubble method to create your own ornaments at home like we used for creating these candy balloons to top a birthday cake. Or go the easy route, since we are already making our Christmas Cheesecake dessert easy peasy and grab colorful ornaments from the store.
Since these won’t come as food safe off the shelf, we add a small layer of plastic wrap to the bottom of each. It’s not noticeable to the eye and ensures your cute Christmas cheesecake decorations are as safe as they are fun!
2. The second option is to create Christmas cheesecake cookies with your finished cake.
Use your favorite set of cookie cutters to create these fun Christmas cheesecake cookies! Simple press the cutter down into a fully chilled cheesecake and remove with a cake server from the bottom. The result is a cookie that tastes like a cheesecake – which is just about the best thing I can imagine for our Christmas baking fun.
Cheesecake has long been my favorite holiday dessert and it brings nostalgic memories to life for me. I love that with The Cheesecake Factory At Home, I can create these sweet memories with my kids and make great tasting Christmas cheesecake fun that won’t take all day.