Microwave Cheesecake in A Cup Recipe


This week on Jaime’s Lazy Late Night Cooking Corner, the show where I whip up last-minute single serve microwave treats every Thursday while wearing my robe, get your night-cheese on with Single Serve Microwave Cheesecake in a Cup. I adore all things made with cream cheese, so this easy take on cheesecake is pretty much my ideal midnight snack. So far in our series, we’ve made Single Serve Microwave Rice Krispy TreatsMicrowave Blueberry Cobbler in a CupMicrowave Strawberry Shortcake for Two, a Microwave Lemon Bar, and even a Microwave Cinnamon Roll. Now it’s time to watch the video above and learn how to make yourself a delectable little cheesecake. And laugh at me in my robe.

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Still hungry? Try our famous recipes for One Minute Cup of Coffee CakeSingle Microwave Cookie in a Minute, 2-Minute Chocolate Nutella Cake or French Toast in A Cup.

Learn how to make Microwave Cheesecake in A Cup in the video above, and also get the recipe after the jump…

Microwave Cheesecake in A Cup Recipe

Ingredients
2 ounces cream cheese
1 egg
1/2 tsp lemon juice (or just one wedge lemon)
1/4 tsp vanilla
2-4 tbls sugar
2 tbls sour cream or yogurt
Crumbled graham crackers.

How to Make Microwave Cheesecake in A Cup
In your serving dish, ramekin, or mug, combine cream cheese, egg, lemon juice, sugar, vanilla, and yogurt (or sour cream).
Mix together really well.
Microwave for 30 seconds. Stir.
Microwave another 30 seconds. Stir.
Microwave for another 30 seconds.
Sprinkle crumbled graham crackers on top.
Let cool for at least an hour.
Eat.

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19 Comments

Teresa

Great idea! Only problem is that I don’t have a microwave… Can this be done in a toaster oven as well?

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no microwave necessary

I don’t think the microwave is necessary. I only use the microwave for heating the cheese enough to get it to mix evenly with the other ingredients. Otherwise it’s very chunky. You might even make this in a small sauce pan. (SMALL so you have less to clean, it’s hard to get warm dairy products off of dishes!)

I modified this recipe. I don’t use the egg or the lemon, and I use greek yogurt, and laughing cow cheese instead of cream cheese. I’m trying to be more health conscious and I am lactose intolerant.

This is such a great recipe. You can modify it also with chocolate chips, or other flavors to make different types of cheesecake. I also have made this one in a large casserole with strawberries on top for a potluck dinner and it was a great success.

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no microwave necessary

also I put the graham crackers on the bottom for a low calorie graham crust.

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PrincessWilly

You’ve also obviously never heard of responding to your readers/comments. Bravo. I know one website I certainly won’t be following.

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Jen

I think you didn’t get a reply because you are arrogant and rude. A simple link to the would suffice. I don’t think the person posting the recipe was trying to be malicious or forgetful. It just was an oversight and you could have put a friendly reminder, if anything.

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Nancy

Yes – a very rude couple of comments from princesswilly. Very uncivil. I wish there was more kindness on the internet.

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Melanie

It’s way different from the recipe in the link you posted. Obviously they didn’t copy. And, also, there are only a few ways you can make the basic cheesecake recipe and still have it be actual cheesecake, so get over it.

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Brooklyn

Thanks for posting this recipe. I am on a diet, but love cheesecake. A single serve is a perfect treat from time to time. I don’t care if it is posted from somewhere else or an original recipe, just that it is good and easy.

Princess, doesn’t the mean girl thing get old?

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Anonymous

I’m gonna try it! And cant you people just not start a fight or be rude. I come in peace…

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Randi

I love the concept of easy. This is the first time I looked at this website. It doesn’t matter to me where the recipe comes from originally. My own I never post, people ask and I won’t give out my secrets. PrincessWilly needs to take a chill pill or get a life one or the other.

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Meaghan

This had great flavor, just a quick question on the texture: mine came out of the microwave looking a little like scrambled eggs, does this mean I cooked too long? I’m using an 800 watt microwave.

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