Its Meatless Monday and I am starting it off with a dessert that will surely make your Monday a happy one. So happy Monday everyone! Because it’s meatless Monday I thought I’d add a special recipe to help celebrate the Not So Shabby giveaway winner !
Thank you so much to those who participated in the giveaway. I have a giveaway about every 30 days. The new giveaway will be announced on Friday!
Each entry was assigned a number and then put into the random number generator.
Congratulations to Gina at The Crave To Save I will be contacting you with details on how to claim your beautiful dress.
You can all still get 10% off coupon towards any purchase at Shabby Apple. Shabby Apple is where you will find beautiful “women’s dresses” and “little girls dresses” too. Just use this coupon code at check out katherinescorner10off
So lets celebrate Gina’s win with some cake. Cheesecake! A quick and easy recipe that happens to be one of my daughters favorites and totally meatless too!
What You’ll Need
1 Pre-made graham cracker pie crust ( found in the cake and baking section of your market)
1 Cup granulated sugar
5 Cups cream cheese (softened)
3 Tbsp flour
1 Tbsp Vanilla
1 Cup sour cream
1 Can premade cherry pie filling (the 21 oz. size)
Large Mixing Bowl
Before You Start: Preheat oven to 325° and bake the pie crust about 10 minutes or according to package directions.
Let’s Make It! In a large mixing bowl combine cream cheese, sugar, flour and vanilla, mix on medium speed until creamy, reduce speed to slow and add eggs one at a time mixing well, continue mixing until well blended. Spread into pie crust and bake 40 minutes ,or until the center is set (it no longer jiggles). Cool at room temperature and then place in refrigerator for a minimum of 4 hours. Remove from refrigerator and pour cherry pie filling over the top. Eazy peazy!
Katie’s Tid Bits* You can make your own pie crust by using 6-8 graham crackers (crushed), 3 Tbsp of sugar and 3 Tbsp of butter ( room temp), mix together and press evenly into a baking dish, bake 10 minutes st 325°and then proceed with recipe.
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