Pumpkin, Cranberry, and 8 Other Cheesecakes to Enjoy This Fall

Add the flavors of fall to your next cheesecake recipe
Pumpkin Cheesecake


Add a twist to your traditional cheesecake recipe with pumpkin puree. 

Plain cheesecake is delicious, but you can also incorporate some of your favorite fall flavors into them as well. Cranberry, pumpkin, peppermint, and gingerbread are among the ingredients that you can add to your next cheesecake to make it more autumnally appropriate.

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Love peppermint bark? Mimic those flavors in your cheesecake. Make an Oreo crust by crushing Oreos into a fine crumb in your food processor. Then in the processor, combine two cups of Oreos with one stick of melted butter to form the crust and foundation for your cheesecake. For the cheesecake filling, make the cream cheese filling as you normally would and add crushed peppermints to the batter. This recipe calls for eight crushed peppermints, but if you don’t have peppermints on hand or prefer a smooth texture, peppermint extract will produce a similar flavored result. Then you have a fall, festive cheesecake that tastes delicious.

With a few small adjustments, your cheesecake recipes will be ready for the season. Make a crust out of gingerbread cookies; add pumpkin puree, or cranberry sauce to your cheesecake filling for fall inspired recipes.

Here are 10 cheesecake recipes that are perfect to enjoy this fall:

Cranberry Cheesecake

Cranberry Cheesecake


Leftover cranberry sauce is perfect for this cheesecake recipe.

This is the perfect recipe to make for the holidays — you can use leftover cranberry sauce if you have it on hand to create this tart and rich dessert.

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Cranberry-Orange Mini Cheesecakes

Cranberry-Orange Mini Cheesecakes


These mini cheesecakes are perfect for a fall party.

Incorporate traditional fall flavors — cranberry and orange — into your next cheesecake recipe. Make cranberry sauce with orange juice and zest, and combine it with your cheesecake batter for a tart and tangy treat.

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