What To Do With Leftover Cheesecake Batter

What To Do With Leftover Cheesecake Batter

Last Updated on March 20, 2022

Rich, creamy, and decadent, cheesecake is one of the most popular desserts. However, you may find yourself in a situation trying to figure out what to do with leftover cheesecake batter. Fortunately, there are many great options for what to do with your leftover batter.

From freezing your leftovers to making whole new desserts, there are many yummy ways to use up any extra cheesecake batter. Instead of throwing away the leftover, you can put it to good use. Your friends and family will love the tasty snacks you come up with using the extra batter.

Can You Freeze Cheesecake Batter?

Yes, you can freeze leftover cheesecake batter. In addition, you can store the batter in the fridge for two to three days.

Since cheesecake batter often contains sour cream, you have to be careful about how you freeze it. If not properly frozen, sour cream will change its texture. However, with the right precautions, you can freeze the leftover cheesecake batter without the texture changing.

To properly store your leftovers, place the batter in an airtight container. Place the container in the freezer until you are ready to use it. Then, when you are ready to use your cheesecake, allow it to defrost in the fridge.

Can You Freeze Cheesecake Batter

Thawing the cheesecake in the fridge is key to keeping the right texture. It should be kept in the fridge until it is completely thawed.

Thawing the batter may take several hours, so you may want to move it over the night before you plan to use it. Avoid thawing the cheesecake leftovers at room temperature.

How Long Can You Freeze Cheesecake?

When properly stored, both cheesecake batter and baked cheesecake can last two to three months in the freezer. When freezing a baked cheesecake, wrap it tightly in aluminum foil or plastic wrap. For best results, you can wrap it in a layer of plastic wrap followed by a layer of aluminum foil, which will help prevent freezer burn.

Leftover Cheesecake Recipes

If you don’t have enough cheesecake batter to make another cheesecake, there are plenty of other amazing recipes you can make with it. Each one is as delicious as the next and they are all great for serving at parties. All of these following recipes are sure to be a hit with your loved ones.

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Cheesecake Brownies

Cheesecake brownies are a popular dessert. They combine fudgy, chocolatey brownies with rich, creamy cheesecake to make the ultimate dessert. You can’t go wrong with this mouthwatering combination.

To make cheesecake brownies, prepare your favorite homemade recipe or your favorite boxed brand. After pouring the brownie batter into the pan, pour the cheesecake batter on top. Gently use a skewer or knife to swirl the cheesecake into the brownies.

Once swirled, bake your brownies as instructed. Any leftover brownies should be kept in the fridge for three to four days.

Mini Cheesecakes

Mini cheesecakes are a fun and delicious dessert that is great for toppings. They are a great way to put any leftover batter to use.

For mini cheesecakes, line a greased muffin tin with your cheesecake crusts or use cupcake liners and then add your crusts. You can use crushed graham crackers, Oreos, or ginger snaps for your crusts. Bake the crusts in the oven for five minutes at 350 degrees Farenheit.

Once the crusts are baked, pour in your cheesecake batter. Then, make them for 18-20 minutes and allow them to cool.

Mini Cheesecakes

Once cool, let the mini cheesecakes set in your fridge for at least two hours. After they are set, you can add your favorite toppings such as ganache, strawberry sauce, lemon curd, or caramel sauce and store leftovers in the fridge for three to five days.

Cheesecake Muffins

Adding cheesecake batter to your muffins will take your muffins up a notch.  Cheesecake batter will taste amazing with many different muffin recipes such as chocolate chip, zucchini, pumpkin, and double chocolate.

Once you have poured your muffin batter into your lined muffin tin, add about one tablespoon of cheesecake batter to each muffin. Use a skewer or knife to gently swirl the cheesecake into the muffin batter. Bake the muffins according to instructions and store leftovers in the fridge for three to five days.

Cheesecake Dip

If you want an easy and tasty way to use your leftover cheesecake batter, you can eat it as a dip. You can dip your favorite snacks such as Nilla wafers, pretzels, graham crackers, cookies, or whatever you would like.

If you want to use your leftover batter as a dip, it is recommended to only use no-bake cheesecake, as it does not contain eggs. Regular cheesecake often contains eggs, which when eaten raw can lead to lead to salmonella.

Cheesecake Filled Bundt Cake

Bundt cake, such as chocolate or vanilla, taste amazing with cheesecake added in. To make a cheesecake-filled bundt cake, fill your Bundt pan halfway full of cake batter, then add the cheesecake and then the rest of the cake batter. Bake the cake according to the recipe’s instructions and store any leftovers in the fridge for three to five days.

Cheesecake Balls

Instead of making cake balls, you can try your hand at making cheesecake balls. If you have leftover no-bake cheesecake batter, you can place it in a pan in the fridge for at least two hours to set.

After it is set, you can use an ice cream scoop to scoop it and then roll it in a ball. Next, place a lollipop stick in it and then dip it in chocolate.

After dipping it in chocolate, you can roll in crushed graham crackers or your favorite candies. Store any leftovers in the fridge for three to five days.

Delicious Uses for Extra Batter

There are so many delicious uses for any extra cheesecake batter. You can freeze your leftovers for two to three months or use them to make another delicious dessert.

Do you have any questions on what to do with leftover cheesecake batter? If so please ask any questions about leftover batter and how to freeze it down below in the comment section.

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