How Stovetop Baking Makes Entertaining Easy
Follow these simple tips for delicious, quick desserts
Today on The Daily Meal
There are few venues more welcoming than your own home. Entertaining at home is a great way to make your guests feel at ease while creating lifelong memories. While visions of throwing the “perfect” event may paralyze some people, it’s best to simply be genuine in your efforts and don’t overthink it.
Choosing a theme and developing a corresponding décor is fun, especially if it’s a special occasion. However, the menu will always take center stage and the more you create, the better! Sweet treats are a welcomed addition to any party and believe it or not, you don’t have to outsource (sorry, grocery store bakery). You can bake delicious delights without even turning on your oven!
If you’ve never tried stovetop baking, you are in for a treat. Stovetop baking has been around since, well, forever, but it’s fallen by the wayside. The reasons are not known but considering the benefits, it’s well worth it to bring it back to life. Less energy is used and in many cases, the recipe can be completed in a fraction of the time. You can create moist cakes, mouthwatering cobblers, and cheesecakes that will increase your kitchen credibility!
Not all cookware is constructed in a way that will allow you to bake on the stovetop. You’ll need a quality pan, with claded metals and consistent thickness from the bottom to the lip. Even heating and the ability to cook at moderate temperatures is also a plus.
This stovetop cheesecake recipe is an intermediate-level project for stovetop baking. Homemade cheesecake can be a little intimidating. If you’ve ever baked a homemade cheesecake with mediocre results, these two words are going to make you want to give stovetop baking a try: No cracks. That’s right. No cracks in this cheesecake. You wanna try it, don’t you?
When you prepare this cheesecake for your next home party, consider designing a toppings bar where your guests can top their slices with their favorite toppings: fruit, nuts, cookies, chocolate candy bars, fudge, etc. How fun is that?
Whether you are a box-cake-cook or an everything-from-scratch-chef, stovetop baking can accommodate you. For more great stovetop baking recipes, visit 360Cookware.com.
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