I love everything fall. I find myself increasingly excited as the calendar works it’s way towards our first fall in YEARS. While I dread winter, crisp cool mornings, inspiring colors, and the fresh apples that make your mouth water, has me excited. Most of all, I Really Love Fall. I also love junk food. As a result, this is why losing weight is so much work for me.
Since sister informed me that cheesecake comes premade in a tub ready to toss into whatever you’re making my life has never been the same. Almost imminently my cravings for fall yumminess kicked in I decided we needed a late night trip to the store. where we were inspired to make this 5 minute Caramel Apple Cheesecake. Yes, you read that right. 5 minutes, no baking, and it tastes like everyone’s favorite fall treat.
While this is far from healthy and natural it is quick and easy. beat of all, you only need is a fresh apple and a few premade ingredients to whip this up for your next get together. Shhhh I won’t tell on you.
What you need for Caramel Apple Cheesecake
- 1 gram cracker pie crust
- 1 tub Philadelphia ready to eat cheesecake
- A fresh apple of choice
- Torani Caramel sauce
Lemon juice and water (optional)
Make your own Caramel Apple Cheesecake in only 5 minutes
Ok you could probably skip this part, right? Simple toss the cheesecake into the pie crust and smooth out. Chop the apple. If you plan to let this sit for a bit dip the slices in half water, half lemon juice to keep the apple slices from browning. Layer out onto your cheesecake and drizzle caramel sauce over top.
Congratulations you just made a drool-worthy fall cheesecake without ever turning on the oven. Want more fun fall treats anyone can make? Try Pumpkin Pie Pancakes or Sweet Southern Peach Apple Butter.
While you may not be into cheesecake we have so many fun things to do with apples. You may like our Apple Cider Syrup or rather apple bacon porkchops. Finally if you want something different try out sweat sausage sourkrout beacuse even people that hate sourkrout love it
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