I hope you enjoyed the last recipe I shared with you. It feels great to be back in the swing of blog writing. The best part about having a blog is that they are super personal. When you follow a blog, it isn’t just because you felt like it. It is because you felt a connection to their page or them as an individual. The world we live in today allows us to be more connected with people. This blog is just another way to show who I am, what I am about to the world.
One of my favorite cereals of all time is Fruity Pebbles…Fruity Dyno-Bites…they are practically one and the same. One just happens to be more affordable than the other. Simple as that really. Years ago, back in the time of Tashalee’s Tasty Treats, I made a fruity pebbles cupcake that consisted of a white cupcake speckled with fruity pebbles, and a whipped cream frosting garnished with fruity pebbles. The idea was to make it taste like you were eating a bowl of fruity pebbles but in cupcake form. It was divine! Back in that time period, I was super creative when it came to my cupcakes and pastries. You will learn more about it as you continue to follow this blog.
I saw a video on Facebook and it was a tutorial on how to make a no bake fruity pebbles cheesecake. First and foremost, I was already sold on the idea of it being no bake simply because it was hot and humid that day. It is safe to say that I do not bake once the temperature hits the 80s.
The recipe I found came from PopSugar. But of course, I made some modifications of my own. It was easy to follow. When I made it, I ended up not using sour cream, and I used less sugar thinking it would’ve been too sweet. So lesson learned, use the full cup of sugar…oh I also ended up with extra salt because I didn’t measure it out…I eyeballed it…and a whole stick of butter for the crust which wasn’t bad but I think half would’ve sufficed…oops..What can I say? I was trying to be creative.lol. Below is the modified recipe with the correct amounts of ingredients. One important thing is to make sure you either put parchment paper or anything to prevent the crust from sticking to the pan. Otherwise, half of your crust will stay stuck to the pa.
Although I went my own way with certain ingredients, the cheesecake was still very good. I cannot wait until I try a variation of this cheesecake. My next project will be using cocoa pebbles with chocolate cheesecake. Stay tuned for that guys!
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