The day after Mother’s Day the hubs and I celebrated our 7 year anniversary.
7 years. Man.
It seems like we’ve been together for a long time, yet only yesterday when we said I do.
If you checked out my DIY Washi Tape post, you would have seen one of our wedding pictures. If you missed it, here it is again:
Anywho.. I wanted to make our anniversary special, so I made the hubs a nice dinner, complete with his favorite dessert- cheesecake. Yum!
I made a delicious dessert with a little spin. I made a pretzel crust instead of a graham cracker crust.
And let me tell you, it was yum! It added a more buttery/salty flavor to the whole cheesecake package.
And we liked it!
So, here’s the recipe, complete with pictures for you to drool over. Enjoy!
I took about 3 hands full of pretzels and stuck them in a large Ziploc bag. Then I took a can and smashed them down to a smaller size by rolling the can over the pretzels with a little pressure. Be careful- the salt on the pretzels may pierce the bag and cause a hole, so go slow!
Bake at 325 until the sides are golden brown and you only have a tiny bit of movement when you jiggle the pan. This could take you up to 50 minutes, but it only took me 25 as my oven runs very hot. Be careful and keep an eye on your cheesecake so it doesn’t burn!
I have a ton of cans of pie filling that I got dirt cheap with coupons, so I got lazy and just used that. It was still delicious, and besides, there’s nothing wrong with a little semi-homeade, right?
So, there you have it folks, super easy!
My hubby enjoyed it. I enjoyed it. Big V enjoyed it.
And now it’s your turn. Let me know how it turned out for you!
Click the link for the entire recipe on Ziplist!