Again with my favourite dessert ever? I know another cheesecake recipe. But really, one can never have too many cheesecake recipes! Also, this one is special. It takes a normal cheesecake and adds a touch of the Irish to it. Trust me, there is nothing wrong with that. My best friend dislikes both alcohol and any baked cheesecakes. I have changed her mind about both with this recipe!
Irish Cream Cheesecake
For added fun, add a drop of green food dye, and a couple tablespoons of Irish Cream to your whipped cream for serving. That will add a very festive kick to an already awesome cheesecake. Also, some chocolate shavings would not be amiss either! Check out this video for more tips on making cheesecake on the grill. Happy St. Patrick’s day everyone!
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