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New York Almond Cheesecake

New York Almond Cheesecake

Preheat oven to 350°F and lightly butter four (4 1/2-inch) springform pans. Press firmly onto the bottom and halfway up the sides of prepared pans.

Beat cream cheese, Almond Breeze, remaining 1/2 cup sugar, flour and vanilla with an electric mixer beating only until smooth. Spread batter into pans and bake for 30 to 35 minutes or until the centers jiggle slightly when gently tapped.

Let cool slightly, then chill for at least 1 to 2 hours. (May be prepared several days ahead.) Remove from pans and cut each cheesecake into 6 wedges. Drizzle with caramel sauce, if desired.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.


An addition of goat cheese makes for a cheesecake that tastes perfectly authentic, but without the gumminess that can plague some recipes. Thanks to an initial burst of high heat, it puffs gently in the oven, creating a uniquely light but creamy consistency.

Sweet cream cheese, salty peanut butter and tart sour cherries all mingle together to create one perfectly balanced flavor sensation. Since it's not baked, this dessert is set with gelatin, which means you have to let it chill complete before slicing in.