Wednesday, 5 February 2014


Ala2 gini rupa kek yang nameeroslan haplod lam FB dia tp xde jumpa resepi. So pas google2, jumpa la serepi yang tunjuk secara detail cam ni. Sangat sesuai utk saya yg tak reti buat kek... heheh 

serepi credit to [ ZOOMYUMMY.COM ]
I am very happy to introduce to you the newest addition to my cheesecake collection.
It’s a Polka Dot Cheesecake!
Isn’t it like the most adorable idea ever?
And besides that, it really is a gorgeous treat – the texture is just perfect and the flavor is out-of-this-world delicious. Yummy!
If you’d like to make your own polka dot cheesecake, then I sure have all the necessary details for you…
This is what we need.

1. To begin, preheat the oven to 300 °F (150 °C).
2. Grease an 8-inch (20 cm) springform pan and line it with parchment paper.
3. In a small bowl, combine the graham crumbs, sugar (2 tbsp), cocoa…
… and melted butter.

Use a fork to combine all the ingredients.

4. Press the mixture into the pan.

5. Then beat the cream cheese until smooth. Gradually add the sugar (1/2 cup – 100 grams). Scrape down the sides of the bowl.

6. Add the eggs, one at a time, on low speed.
7. Add the vanilla and sour cream. Scrape the sides of the bowl one more time and beat until smooth.
8. Reserve 1/2 cup (120 ml) of the cheesecake filling and set aside (!).

9. Melt the 2 oz (60 grams) of dark chocolate in a bowl placed over a pot of barely simmering water (or in a microwave on low temperature).

10. Stir the reserved 1/2 cup (120 ml) of cream cheese filling into the melted chocolate.

Just like this.

11. Pour the plain batter into the pan.

12. To make the dots, you will need a pastry bag fitted with a round tip. Fill the pastry bag with the chocolate cheesecake mixture.

13. Gently press the tip of the bag into the smoothed out plain cheesecake and squeeze the bag forming a dot. Place dots all over the cheesecake until the chocolate mixture is used up.

14. Place in the oven and bake for 1 hour. Turn off the oven and with the oven door slightly ajar, leave the cheesecake in the oven for an additional 1 hour.
15. Remove from the oven and place on a wire rack. Run a knife around the inside edge of the pan to loosen the cheesecake.

16. Refrigerate for about 12 hours. Freeze if you wish for about 1 hour before cutting. Use a knife dipped in hot water to help when cutting.

Enjoy, dear friends!
This is a dream on a plate!
(This amazing recipe was adapted from bakersdaughter.typepad.com. To print the recipe, just click the print icon below this post.)


Mood nak hapdet belog agak berkurangan. Semua x de mood skrg. Nak2 plak hari ngan esok ade Bengkel Klasifikasi Fail. Nak juling rasanya bijik mata tgk senarai fail2 yg ade. Tapi hari ni makan tengahari nasik ayam dia besttt...!! Sedap..!! Dan dah tentu hancur lagi plan nak diet konon.
Tadi pas skodeng blog nameeroslan, terjumpa gambar ni. Cam best plak kek dia.. terus jer laju kopipes gambar & serepinya wlupun entah abad bila rajin nak buat.

Gambar2 & serepi, credit to [ EASYBAKED.NET ]. Semua gambar kek dia nampak sangat menyelerakan dan harus tak sesuai dibukak oleh org yg semangat nak mendietkan diri..kihkihkihh
  Polka Dot Cake!!!

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Polka Dot Cake!!!!!!

The 1st question everyone asks is “How did you get the polka dots INSIDE the cake?” They are cake balls.  To make this recipe, you will need one piece of special equipment: a cake pop/ doughnut hole maker.  I feel like I walked by those like 100 times over the holidays in various stores and every time I thought, “I wonder why you would ever buy one of those?”  Now I know!  Here’s the one I got: Bella Sensio Cake Pop Maker
Cake pop maker
There are several brands and varieties- I’m sure they all work great- I would look for one that does 12 at once, just as a time saver!  The good news?  Once you make this cake, your friends will all want to borrow your cake pop maker and you won’t have to store it anywhere!
Are you ready to see how this is done?  Here we go: (printable recipe)

  • 2 boxed white cake mixes (plus the oil, water and eggs to make them according to the package)
  • You favorite frosting (I used my buttercream recipe, doubled, which you can get by clicking here)
  • Sprinkles or candy to decorate the cake.
  • Plug in/turn on your cake pop maker to warm it up.
  • Make one of the cakes according to package directions.
  • Divide batter evenly into smaller bowls based on the number of colors you want to use (I did 4)
  • Color the batter using color gels (I love the Wilton brand in particular because it gives such a vivid color)
  • Following the directions for your particular cake pop maker, make cake balls using each of the colors.
(with mine I sprayed it with Pam, used a small (2 tsp) cookie scoop, rapidly scooped batter in and immediately closed the lid.  My directions said 4-5 minutes and they all were burnt to a crisp– about 2 minutes worked perfectly for me.  I just set them out on a plate to cool then…be prepared to experiment a little with this– you will have some extra pops at the end, so its ok if you mess some up!)
Polka Dot Cake Pops
  • While cake balls are cooling, preheat oven to 350F, and make the second cake mix according to package.
  • Spray 3 – 6″ round pans with non-stick spray and set a circle of parchment paper in the bottom of each one (to keep your layers pretty!)
  • Spread a thin layer of batter in the bottom of each pan, place cake balls on top in any pattern you choose and divide remaining batter over the top of the balls so they are completely covered.
Assembling a Polka Dot Cake 

Ready to bake!

  • Bake layers at 350F degrees for about 30 minutes.  You can use the toothpick test (I recommend it!) but be careful to hit cake and not cake balls….you can kind of tell where they are- they bump up just a bit.
  • When cooked all the way through, tip over on a cake rack to cool completely.
  • Trim, if needed, to flatten layers and use frosting to stack all three layers and cover the entire cake with frosting.
  • Decorate as desired.

Polka Dot Cake!!!!! 
My thoughts:  I’m not a cake decorator, and my buttercream is a whipped frosting that is OH so yummy, but not very good for a smooth cake surface….it still makes me smile…bumps and all.  You can decorate your cake however you like.  I used Wilton Jumbo Confetti Sprinkles on this one.  I really hope you give this cake a try– if you have any questions about the process just ask!!  – or check out “Once Upon a Pedestal”, as her pictures were very helpful.  She also uses a different type of cake pop pan than I did.  I hope this recipe idea made you smile on this cold winter morning– enjoy!!!!!  ~r

Polka Dot Cake!!!!
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