Cheesecake is one of those desserts that you either love or hate. I spent the good part of my childhood thinking that I hated it, but once I started making it myself, I knew just how far that was from the truth. I am a self-proclaimed lover of all of the richest desserts you can possibly shove into your mouth and cheesecake fits the bill perfectly. My most recent eureka moment was combining two of my favourite desserts, Nanaimo bars and cheesecake to create none other than a Nanaimo bar cheesecake. Hello! It has the perfect balance of chocolate and cream cheese to make your taste buds content for days. Well maybe not days – maybe only hours before you need another slice.
Have you come up with a cheesecake recipe like my Nanaimo car cheesecake that you think could win the cheesecake of the year? If so, you most definitely have to head on over and enter The Philadelphia Cheesecake of the Year contest. Prizes include:
- a FREE brick of Philadelphia Cream Cheese for the first 250 eligible entrants, so you can keep making and devouring even more cheesecake.
- Round-trip flights to Toronto for the top 5 finalists to compete in the Cheesecake of the Year bake off at the Kraft Kitchens.
- $5000 awarded to 1 grand prize winner who will also be crowned the title of 2014 Cheesecake of the Year and featured in a national print campaign. Talk about bragging rights!
To enter, all you have to do is submit your original cheesecake recipe made with Philadelphia Brick Cream Cheese, along with a photo of your finished cheesecake masterpiece. All entries will be judged by a panel of Kraft judges based on select criteria. If you still have questions, full contest details, rules and terms/conditions are available online.
Whether you have made Nanaimo bar cheesecake, classic chocolate cheesecake, coconut lime white chocolate cheesecake, or anything in between, submit your recipe today for a chance to win great prizes and the ultimate title of The Philadelphia Cheesecake of the Year!
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