Amala needs no introduction now; this strawberry cheesecake recipe is her 4th guest recipe on my blog. I’ve written about her and her enthusiasm for cooking before but I’ve something new to add. She’s started her own Facebook page where she shares the pics, and most importantly the recipes. 😉 Do take a look at her culinary exploits.
When Amala added the pics of strawberry cheesecakes on her Facebook wall, I asked her if the recipe was kid-friendly. She said yes but it contains sugar. Amala knows how I feel about sugar. I had not added sugar in Devansh’s food till he was almost two. Then too I added it very sparingly in foods where I couldn’t add jaggery, like salads or kadhi. But I did’t keep him away from an occasional dessert, which contained sugar.
These days, especially after his birthday he’s having some chocolate every other day. We had bought small chocolates to add to the return gifts. He manages to find some in the fridge. 🙂 To get back to sugar, I prefer to avoid it in day-to-day cooking and use organic jaggery instead. I use organic sugar in salads and curd. (I need to add some sugar in curd now, especially since it’s becoming slightly sour in the summer.)
Go ahead and indulge your sweet tooth. Amala’s strawberry cheesecake recipe will delight the kiddos and mommies alike. Do share the pics with me if you make these cheesecakes at home. Or even better, share the cheesecakes with me. :-p
This post was last modified on April 10, 2019 9:51 am
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