Monday, October 31, 2011

Vampire Cheesecake Featuring Edward Cullen

you asked for one more Halloween post!

Happy Halloween today.

Somehow a nice vampire just went along
with Halloween AND the Twilight movie,
Breaking Dawn in November.

on Hungry Halloween.

The link to the stencil outline is given,
just print it off.

She used the stencil on tortillas.  I decided I
wanted something that would serve a crowd, and
a cheesecake for our family Halloween dinner 
sounded perfect.  

It took about 20 minutes to cut the stencil
with an x-acto knife, then I placed it on the
top of a cheesecake and dusted it with cocoa
placed in a sieve.  I had to carefully lift the stencil
and even cut a few pieces to prevent the cocoa from
getting all over the white parts of the cheesecake.

It was definitely a hit and perfect
for those who are Twilight fans and
are planning a party!

Beaulah was extremely upset that 
I was ready to put her in a box
and not even have her say goodbye!

Guess I left her out of the last post!!

So Happy Halloween
until next year from

I will still be here all year!

Have a fun Halloween and 
don't eat too much candy!
Linking with
PotPourri Friday


Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. Great looking Edward! Have fun tonight!

  2. Great cheesecake! Happy Halloween!! See ya next year, Beulah!!!! xo

  3. Beulah has been a good sport! So have you :-) Happy Halloween!!

  4. This is amazing! You did a great job! I bet the cheesecake was delish!


  5. lOVE IT! can't wait for the movie ;)
    Happy Halloween!

  6. neat cake..have a wonderful happy halloween.:)

  7. Beulah has been a good sport! So have you :-) Happy Halloween!!

  8. Happy from

  9. Goodbye to Beulah. I can't wait to see what you do for Thanksgiving, since I haven't been following for long.

  10. Love the stencil on your cheesecake.
    I just featured an NO-cook Pumpkin Chocolate ice-box cake on my latest post. It also featured a stencil with leaves. you can always use your imagination on different things.
    I see Beulah is standing by. Love your blog!

  11. Cool cheesecake Jacqueline! Many thanks to Beaulah for another fun Halloween season, and best of luck to you trying to get her back in the box:@)

  12. My, what a handsome cheesecake you have :-) Thanks to you and Beaulah for all the smiles this Halloween season!

  13. What a fun month you have made for all of us. Thank you.

  14. I have always been on Team Edward and I think this should be our official dessert. Hope your Halloween was fantastic.

  15. Seriously, where do I sign up for craft/baking nights with you?

    Gordon Gossip

  16. Terrific looking cheesecake. I bet it was fun sinking your teeth into it. :-)


  17. Your month of Halloween fun has been exquisite! anne

  18. Oh, I'm definitely a fan, and I LOVE your cheesecake!!!.. So sad to say goodbye to Beaulah, though! Happy Halloween, and look forward to seeing her again next year! ~tina

  19. OH. MY. HECK! This is awesome!!! Great job! And yes please, I'd like a bite =o)

  20. WOW, VERY impressive! See you next year, Beaulah! XO, Sue

  21. What a great idea! My girls would absolutely love this cheesecake - Team Edward!!


  22. Love your cheesecake! What a neat idea!

    Thanks for linking your creative cooking to Potpourri Friday. I appreciate it and hope you will make it a weekly party stop!

  23. You did a great job on that cheesecake! I am not a Twilighter, but I am a cheesecaker! :)
    Lol the costumes! You are crazy, you know!

  24. Glad to hear that you will be still here all year! This was fab! Joni

  25. Jacqueline, your cheesecake looks great. I'm so happy to see how you used the Edward Cullen stencil for something sweet. It is a bit more challenging to lift the stencil off when you use something like cocoa powder. I used chili powder on some of my quesadillas and had to be very careful lifting the stencil off a tortilla and it isn't sticky like a cheese cake. You did a very nice job with the decoration. I'd like to post a picture on the Hungry Happenings blog, if you don't mind.


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