Post # 1
My FI loves cheesecake. Since we’re in Texas, groomscakes are the norm. He wants cheesecakes stacked to look like a traditional wedding cake (I get to have Italian Creamcake for the bride’s cake).
Has anyone had any experience doing this? Pointers? I think he wants to bake it himself even! (And, so if it’s a disaster, it’ll be “cute” since it will be HIS DIY project!)
Post # 3
I’ve never heard of this- but I must say that sounds OUTSTANDING. Like make my mouth water outstanding!
Post # 4
I have been looking up pictures, because I want one for our cake! I had never heard of a groom’s cake before coming to wedding bee!
These are both cheesecakes! I’m sure his would be more manly, but you get the idea!
Post # 5
Mmmm yummy 🙂
What about having it different flavors? or color?
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I have never seen tiered cheesecake, but it sounds REALLY, REALLY good. 🙂 I think, if it’s even really possible, you’ll need to use a LOT of supports!
Post # 7
@ Sulli301-that looks AWESOME! It makes me think if pumpkin pie cheesecake for some reason. haha.
Post # 8
@his barista: The 1st tiered cheesecake looks incredible… who would have thought it would work out to look so fabulous?? Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
He’s going to bake it himself.. wow good for him!! Is he a skilled baker? I’ve never produced a successful cheesecake- mine ALWAYS crack 🙁
Post # 9
I think he figures if it cracks, he’ll just cover it with strawberry sauce!
Post # 10
Cheesecake is really heavy – I have no clue how you’d begin to stack it. I’d love to hear from other bees on how you’d go about stacking a cheesecake.
Post # 11
I know he considered rods, just like you would for a heavy regular cake.
Post # 12
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
I’ve never seen this done before, but it sounds deeeelicious! I’m an avid cheesecake fan! Maybe you can talk to someone at a bakery and see what they think about it.
Maybe you can get one of those cake support table things that stab down into the previous layer?