A cheesecake typically refers to a crust that is topped with a sweet cheese based filling and then baked. The crust can be pastry, biscuit/cookie, cake or graham cracker-crumb base. The filling is usually a mixture of cream cheese, eggs, sugar and cream. Various flavors or ingredients may be added to the filling such as fruit, vanilla or chocolate. The range and recipes for cheesecake vary throughout the world. From sourcream cheesecake in New York to Italian Ricotta cheesecake the varieties are endless. The production process can be tailored to meet the particular baker’s needs.
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A typical Cheesecake production line would consist of the following equipment: