German Chocolate Cheesecake

The recipe we are featuring is for a German Chocolate Cheesecake.

Cheesecake is one extremely delicious treat that you can give to your friends and family.

Cheesecake fillings can be baked, or there are unbaked versions.

The composition of a cheesecake, generally speaking, is usually a crust either made of graham crumbs, chocolate crumbs or a nutty crust. A creamy filling, and a topping of chocolate, caramel or fruit sauce tp name a few.

This German Chocolate Cheesecake offers a mouth-watering treat that combines a chocolate cake from a mix, with a layer of cheesecake, is topped with a gooey frosting that has added texture with the addition of pecans and coconut.

Our recipe contributors from Relative taste are sharing this recipe that came to them from a sister that made this cake for those special holiday events and this is a great one to take along to a potluck.

If you know event day is going to be a busy day, this recipe can be made up to two days ahead as it keeps well in the refrigerator, and the flavor and texture stays as good as day one.

Sharing recipes is a lot of fun. There are some home cooks that spend countless hours experimenting and coming up with unique ways to combine dessert ideas. You cannot go too far wrong when it comes to desserts as their sweet nature gives way to any that you try that maybe don't look perfect.

That is certainly not the case with the photo of this dessert. The bakers have baked and photographed this beautifully!

So if you are in the mood to experiment with a new recipe and this looks like the one, simply visit Relative Taste website below if you want to see the full details and pictures of this delectable cheesecake recipe.


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