Upside Down Apple Cheesecake (well sort of)

Joined Oct 10, 2020
So I have child that that is very fussy on what he eats. Because he has a nut (All types of nuts) that he will stop breathing if he eats any of them. So I am always trying to find something that he will eat and does not have the nuts.

So you take 3 apples, and a single pear. You slice them up into small pieces, and put them in a warm pan with a little butter. As they start to cook, you can put a little cinnamon in the pan. Also you can ( if you wish) add a little whiskey or even a good brandy to the pan also. Once they are lightly cooked, you can pull them out and place in a bowl and let sit.

Now, take two whipped cream cheese containers, and heaping spoon of sour cream. Place that in a bowl, and add 1/2 a lemon squeezed to the mix. Then take an add a little vanilla you can add up to a table spoon. You can add more to your taste. You could even use a little orange flavor if you would like. Now once that is done, you need to make the topping. First you take one package of plain graham cracker and about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of light brown sugar. Put the graham crackers and brown sugar into a food processor. Make the graham crackers and brown sugar into a fine mixture.

To assemble this dish. First get a "metal pan" 9 x 13 (or about that size) and spread the apples and pear on the bottom of the pan. If you have use a smaller or bigger pan adjust your apple / pear mixture to that size of pan.

Once the apples and pears are on the bottom of the pan. Take the cream cheese mixture and spread that on top of the apples / pear mixture. Now, take the graham cracker / light brown sugar mixture and spread over the top of the dish.

Put in the oven for about 15- 20 minutes on 375. It will be nice and brown when you pull it out. It is good as a stand alone dish, and you can also put with a really good vanilla ice cream.

It will last in the a cool box for about 3 - 4 days. It does start to get a little on the dry side after that, but if you put the ice cream with it. IMG_1638.jpg
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