3-Tier Wedding Cheesecake
Offer an elegant alternative to a traditional wedding cake. This 3-Tier Wedding Cheesecake, covered with white cream cheese icing and strawberries, will be a tasty surprise for your wedding guests.
Makes: Cake serves 150.
3-Tier Wedding Cheesecake is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by linadob from My daughter-in-law and I made this cake for her and my son's wedding reception. It tasted fantastic - creamy, lots of raves. You definitely need to have a really, really big mixing bowl. We did in two parts as directed and then poured into a huge bowl for the final mix. We used 2 jars of the strawbery glaze. Follow the instructions exactly, each layer came out of the pan without any cracks. I would sat that it's a stretch to say this feeds 150 people - we had to make really small portions; we had 130 people. We purchased the floating stand (3 tier); it looked lovely and a great change from a usual wedding cake. We made it on a Thursday for a Sunday reception as a just in case but it worked out really well.
Date published: 2010-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cake for all from I made this cake for my husband's birthday. One layer of cake for the office, one to give to friends and one for home. It took a long time to make and it needed extra attention when baking and cooling but it was well worth it. It tasted increadible and was just so majestic. Since then, I have made half the recipe for one large cake for my father's birthday. What an increadible taste and lovely to look at.
Date published: 2011-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by tinabina22 from I have been making cheesecakes for many years so the cake part was a piece of cake :^) The decorating was also easy except I used cherries for the fruit. The challenineg part was the tier, with the cheesecakes being much heavier than regular cakes but I made it work. What a hit it was! I now have an order for a chocolate cheesecake decorated with peanut butter frosting and decorated for a boy baby shower.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by samuel from This "3-tier wedding cheesecake" looks so "YUMMY" and "DELICIOUS"it's enough to excite one's taste buds.I am sure any bride or groom would want to have it on their wedding day. A cheesecake on one's special day could be quite a pleasant surprise and maybe this could be the start of having cheesecake instead of an ordinary cake. More people would get married just to have your "3-TIER WEDDING CHEESECAKE.
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdiez10 from I had the opportunity to make this as a last minute wedding cake for a friend who had completely forgotten about the cake amdist her other wedding preparations. I had never thought of cheesecake as a wedding cake, but it turned out great. The floating tiers gave it a different look that everyone liked.
Date published: 2011-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by judyjudyjudy from I made this for my granddaughter's wedding. Cheesecake is a family favorite. Almost everyone wants one for their birthday cake. It was a hit at the wedding reception also. It isn't often that people "do cheesecake" at a wedding in our area and many people LOVE it. It was delicious !!!
Date published: 2011-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChefDebWoodson from My mom and I made this one for my wedding celebration. We had the regular cake at the reception, however, we had another party for a group that couldn't make it to the wedding. There were rave reviews all around. I will definitely be giving this option at my bakery for wedding cakes.
Date published: 2010-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Maryanne26 from The recipe is flawed I made trial cake before my sons wedding. Made half this recipe for 1 12 inch pan. Baked 10 extra minutes. Cake was too soft and too sour. I looked up the original recipe from the cake bible. It appears you would need 8 blocks of cream cheese to make recipe. And 4 cups sugar. That's what I'll be using when I make it in two weeks for the grooms cake. Frosting recipe is on he Wilton site since ingredients were not included as park of cake. I used 2 more blocks of cream cheese for that. Frosting was wonderful
Date published: 2016-10-31