So my mother’s day was spent laying down, my allergies got the best of me and my eyes went berserk I wear contact lenses and early morning Sunday I woke up with my right eye burning. I wanted to scratch my eye out. I thought I might have Pink Eye, but later with both my eyes weeping, and my nose running I deduced it to Allergies.
I spent my night in a Benedryl induced haze and slept wonderfully. Today I felt woozy but I decided to make an effort to have a good day. The weather was cold, again. It’s spring in Germany, but you wouldn’t know if with the cold.
The Herbs I planted are coming up, parsley, dill and basil. The rosemary hasn’tpopped up yet. My husband said I buried the seeds too deep. Which I did, but three of them have come up. So there is still hope for the parsley. We identified the broccoli which was the ones that popped up in the small planters which we replanted. The Strawberries died. Hoping to see more progress if the sun ever comes out.
So today I decided to relive a good memory. My mom used to make these for us when my brother and I were younger. I never really thought of them as cheesecake. But I guess they are. I hear that Paula Deen Has made them more known. I know they have been around for quite some time.
This recipe is Easy and it uses a Box cake Mix (But Trust me it is very good)
1 box yellow cake Mix ,Melted Butter and 1 egg , Mix it together (makes the crust for the bottom of your bar)
Flatten that on the bottom of a greased 9X13 inch pan. (It will rise so make sure its a cake pan)
Mix the cream cheese, 2 eggs and Powdered sugar together 4-5 minutes. Should be very creamy (no lumps)
Take that cream cheese mixture and spread over the yellow cake mix that you flattened in the pan. Smooth it out
Bake in a pre-heated oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit
40 minutes. If you want it to be sightly gooey pull it out a few minutes prior. if you want it to be chewy leave it in the full-time.
Allow to Cool Completely before cutting. It will be messy.
Also try adding assorted nuts, chips. Maybe even try a different flavor cake mix. There are many possibilities with this recipe.
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