Rich, creamy and — of course — lusciously cheesy, cheesecake continues to be a favorite dessert worldwide. Thought to have originated in ancient Greece, cheesecake varieties have thrived throughout history and now seem to come in endless varieties.
If the thought of making cheesecake makes you nervous, don't worry. Follow this simple but delicious cheesecake recipe, and you’ll realize that making this ultimate cheese-filled treat is almost as easy as requesting a second helping.
Place ten graham cracker sheets in a medium-to-large blender or food processor. Set the mixing unit to its fastest speed, often labeled as “pulse,” to break up the crackers. If you don’t have a blender or food processor, place the graham crackers in a plastic bag and smash them with a rolling pin until they’re thoroughly crushed.
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