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Tye Dye Brownie Cheesecake

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Hello Everyone 

 

Well here we go with another Challenge. A baking challenge is my thing. So it took me like 6 hrs but here it is. 

 

Tye Dye Brownie Cheesecake 

 

I am using our 19" KK

 

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I use Coco Char extruded lump. Which I love to use cause it has no smoke profile which is great for baking. 

 

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Ingredients for the Blondie brownie

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Mix and put in a greased Spring Form pan

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Ingredients for the Tye Dye Cheesecake (fun part) 

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I got 4 jars and divided my Cream cheese and colored them. Purple, Pink, Yellow and Green. I wanted to make this light Spring/Summer colors. After getting them ready, I refrigerated them and then put them in piping bags. 

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Took turns piping each color to give a tye dye affect. While Sandstorm looks on. 

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On the grill 

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If you have seen my other baking goodies, you would have seen me use my cotton strips that protect the side to keep it from burning or over cooking. A great Product. I use them ever time I bake cakes. Soak them in water before it goes on grill. 

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All done, now finishing touches. 

Side view 

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Money Shot

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I have made many Cheesecakes on the grill but I think this one was the most fun for me and it  was exciting to see what it would look like once cut. I was very surprised how good it looks. Hope you get the chance to make you one. Another cake you could  include your kids to help. 

 

Thanks for looking

Skreef 

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Mrs skreef you really outdid yourself with this one. A truly unique idea that came out tasting as good as it looks, sprinkles and all B) 

 

Awesome entry. 

 

This is the second time Mrs skreef has done a brownie bottom cheesecake. The brownie bottom takes cheesecake to a whole other level. 

 

Coco char is an extruded lump made from carbonized coconut shells that is pulverized then pressed into logs using a starch binder. It is the best choice for any cook when you want a zero smoke profile. It came from Komodo Kamado. I know a container full of Coco char is currently on a ship heading to the states.

 

Academy Sports also sells something similar. B&B competition logs. I haven't tried that yet. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Ron5850 said:

Wow! Does that look fun and delicious. Great entry!:bravo:

Thank you @Ron5850. It was fun. Def one you can let the kids join in. They can pipe there favorite color. And the joy they will have when they see there handy work. 

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1 hour ago, ckreef said:

Mrs skreef you really outdid yourself with this one. A truly unique idea that came out tasting as good as it looks, sprinkles and all B) 

 

Awesome entry. 

 

This is the second time Mrs skreef has done a brownie bottom cheesecake. The brownie bottom takes cheesecake to a whole other level. 

 

Coco char is an extruded lump made from carbonized coconut shells that is pulverized then pressed into logs using a starch binder. It is the best choice for any cook when you want a zero smoke profile. It came from Komodo Kamado. I know a container full of Coco char is currently on a ship heading to the states.

 

Academy Sports also sells something similar. B&B competition logs. I haven't tried that yet. 

 

 

Thank you @ckreef. It was def a fun time for me. Glad you enjoyed it. Looking forward to your cook. :good:

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That looks fantastic, great job! Thanks for the tip on the coco charcoal too, I've been wondering what the benefit of using that type of charcoal may be besides the high temps they can achieve. I've been looking for something to use to bake with that doesn't give off the charcoal taste as you described, so I'll be ordering some pronto.

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On 5/27/2019 at 12:11 PM, WoodyT said:

Wow .. Nice I will have to look for those cotton strips .

Thank you @WoodyT. Should able to find them in Bed, Bath and Beyond or any store that sells Kitchen Untensils. 

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2 hours ago, buckleybj said:

That looks fantastic, great job! Thanks for the tip on the coco charcoal too, I've been wondering what the benefit of using that type of charcoal may be besides the high temps they can achieve. I've been looking for something to use to bake with that doesn't give off the charcoal taste as you described, so I'll be ordering some pronto.

Thank you @buckleybj. Coco Char are exactly what you need. I keep a stash just for all my baking. 

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