Progressive Dinner: Dessert | Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

Progressive Dinner Dessert Recipe

Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

and a Corelle Giveaway {ended}

Disclosure: This weeks Progressive Dinner post and giveaway is sponsored by Corelle.

Welcome to week one of our Progressive Dinners Blog Hop. The other day I sent out an invitation. If you didn’t get a chance to see it you can check it out in my Invitation post where you can see the beautiful full color magazine our hostess Glenda from Busy at Home created to announce the big event.

So what is a Progressive Dinner you might be asking? Well for 7 weeks myself and four other bloggers will each be sharing a course for a holiday dinner in a round up style post. Each week each blogger will be sharing one course so there will be an entire holiday meal worth of recipes shared weekly.

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By the end of the seven weeks each of us will have shared a Main course, 2 side dish recipes, an appetizer, a  dessert recipe and a pot luck or gift from the kitchen recipe. 

Below you will find the schedule of the recipes I will be sharing for each week and what giveaway will be available.

Be sure to sign up for updates from Flour On My Face so you will know when a new Progressive Dinner post is live. 

Holiday Progressive Dinner Week 1 Recipe Links

Cheese Fondue
at The Gunny Sack

Roast Turkey and Mashed Potatoes with Turkey Gravy
at Busy-at-Home

Grandma’s Cranberry Salad
at Adventures in All Things Food

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Honey and Five Spice
at Daily Dish Recipes

Vanilla Bean Cheesecake
at Flour on My Face

 

 

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Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts. There is something about a thick dense piece of New York style cheesecake that makes me dance with delight.  A few months ago I made a Key Lime Cheesecake. It was delicious but while I was making it I thought to myself I have got to make this cheesecake recipe with vanilla beans as the flavoring. It’s funny how recipe inspiration can hit you while you are making one recipe and you end up with two great recipes to add to your collection.  

 

Progressive Dinner Dessert Recipe Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

Yield: One 9 inch Cheesecake

Ingredients

    Crust Ingredients
  • 2 cups graham
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 3 tbs butter, melted
  • 1 tablespoon Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Bean Paste
  • Cheesecake Ingredients
  • 32 ounces Philadelphia Cream Cheese
  • 1 2/3 cup sugar
  • 5 tbs sour cream
  • 4 whole eggs
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 5 tbs heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 2 tbs Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Bean Paste
  • 1 tbs Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract

Instructions

    Prepare Spring form pan before starting recipe
  1. Grease and line a 9 inch springform pan with butter and parchment paper.
  2. Cover the outside of the springform pan with heavy duty aluminum foil folding it around the top edges of the pan.
  3. Prepare the graham cracker crust by mixing the sugar, melted butter and 1 tablespoon Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Bean Paste into the graham cracker crumbs.
  4. Press the mixture into the bottom of the spring foam pan. Smoothing to top with the back of a spoon.
  5. Mix the cheesecake filling.
  6. Beat the sugar into the softened cream cheese. Beat 2 minutes scraping the bowl after 1 minute.
  7. Beat in the sour cream, heavy cream and 2 tablespoons Nielsen-Massey vanilla paste.
  8. Add the eggs and yolk one at a time. Beating well in between each addition.
  9. Beat in the vanilla extract.
  10. Pour filling into the springform pan that has been placed in a baking or roasting pan.
  11. Pour boiling water into the bottom of the roasting pan up to the middle of the springform pan.
  12. Carefully place pan in a 325 degree pre heated oven.
  13. Bake for 80 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.

Notes

Serves 12-15

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This cheesecake is so rich you don’t need any topping but I decided to top a slice with some homemade Fig Preserves I made over the summer. Yummy! 

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Corelle Cherish Dinnerware service for 4

This weeks giveaway and sponsor is Corelle. I had the great opportunity to try out the Corelle Cherish Dinnerware. I’ve owned Corelle dinnerware before and it is the best dinnerware I have ever owned. It is beautiful and lasts forever. I love the embossed design on this set and almost indestructible  durability. It is chip resistant so you don’t have to worry about breaking a dish or cup while hand washing or even just putting the Corelle Dishes in the sink and having them bang or bump against other dishes. 

Enter the Corelle Giveaway below.

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Comments

  1. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    My Favorite Is The Royal Lines Pattern!

  2. I like daisy days and noir.

  3. I like the Square Splendor pattern

  4. My fave is Serenity

  5. I love the Cherish pattern you show above, and Memphis is also really lively!

  6. I like pure white square set

  7. Yvonne Desiree O'Neill says:

    Cherish is my favorite

  8. Donna Becker says:

    I like the Square Shadow Iris pattern

  9. Carol Yemola says:

    I love Winter White! In fact, I own it.

  10. I have had my Pink Trio for probably 20 years +. I still love it!

  11. Melissa Frances says:

    OMG i love the cherish….beautiful!

  12. David Haug says:

    Buttercup pattern.

  13. My favorite design is Mandarin Flower

  14. Cindy Bowling says:

    I like the Summer Meadow

  15. Country Cottage.

  16. kfloveinme says:

    Urban Arc is very pretty

  17. Berries and Leaves is so pretty!

  18. I love City Gardens

  19. debbie jackson says:

    I like the bamboo leaf pattern

  20. I like the Kobe square plates

  21. Wow! I’ve always know that Corelle is durable; but the Cherish pattern is really attractive, as well. From the pattern names mentioned in posts above, it seems like new Corelle patterns would be worth checking out – especially with two semi-destructive teenage boys in the house.

  22. Marti Tabora says:

    My favorite is Casa Flora. i just love it because it’s nice and bright and fun. Thank you.

  23. Meaghan F. says:

    I really like the Nouveau design. It’s modern, but fun.

  24. Love them all, but if pressed, I’ll go with the square “Scribble Lines” pattern.

  25. I like the Pure White square ones. I love Corelle dishes. I have two Corelle bowls, and they’re so light and easy to wash, also been dropped and didn’t break!

  26. Dina | The Everyday Contessa says:

    I like the pure white and I love the cherished.

  27. I like the Blue Hearts.

  28. I like the Chutney pattern.

  29. gina lovejoy says:

    love the simple lines, the shape and the pattern are great

  30. tough choice – i love the splendor pattern though

  31. Cheryl Hinson says:

    I love the Cherished Pattern. :) <3

  32. Cheryl Hinson says:

    I love the Cherished Pattern.

  33. Cristi Perkins says:

    My favorite is pure white…just a classic for me.

  34. Cherish is my favorite

  35. Maggie Wallace says:

    Love the cherished pattern

  36. This looks like a great cheesecake! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you have a great weekend!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  37. This looks like an old school cheesecake!! I LOVE IT!! Thank you for linking up to Wake Up Wednesday! I’m including this post in my Special Cake & Pie Recipes for the Holidays Round Up. It’s going live tonight!

  38. Truly gorgeous cheesecake! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

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