Sunday, October 16, 2011

Vegan MoFo Day 16: Pumpkin Cheesecake

I had a potluck at my house last night and I wanted to make something fantabulous for the occasion. How fortunate that Vegan Pie in the Sky arrived on my doorstep a few days before! There's a glorious recipe in there for pumpkin cheesecake.
Coincidentally, my roommate had a tub of vegan cream cheese that she wanted to use. And she happened to decide on a cheesecake for the potluck also. Is there such thing as too much cheesecake? No, of course not! Let's make both! So I made the VPITS Pumpkin Cheesecake and she made the Double-Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake from FatFree Vegan Kitchen.

This is the one from FatFree Vegan Kitchen

and this is the one from Vegan Pie in the Sky!

Both pies were excellent. The FFVK one makes a thicker, more dense cheesecake and the VPITS one makes a lighter, softer cheesecake (or at least this is how mine came out). I'm so excited to make more recipes from Vegan Pie in the Sky!


Two kitten sized cheesecakes!

8 comments:

  1. kitten with pumpkin pie? stop! (don't stop!)

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  2. Pies were delish I can vouch. Sitting next to them for about 20 minutes was also a good way to guarantee that you'll eat too many slices.

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  3. I will take one slice of each cheesecake and one kitten please!

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  4. I want kitten sized cheesecakes.

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  5. I just received my copy of VPITS, and your post just bumped the pumpkin cheesecake recipe to the top of my to-pie list!

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  6. Both pies look so yummy! I've never had pumpkin cheesecake but now I really want to. And I adore all the kitten pictures, please keep posting them (forever)!

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  7. Thanks, everybody!

    JTB, I'm glad you liked them. Come over again some time--there's always something cooking!

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  8. yummm.. death by pumpkin pie!! i love the kitten pictures too.. now my fluffy pomie is feeling left alone.. i think he needs a post for himself!

    Richa @ Hobby And More Food Blog

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