Easy DIY Frozen Cheesecake Clock

Count down to the sweetest New Year yet!

Cheesecake clock, as seen on The Kitchen, Season 19.

Cheesecake clock, as seen on The Kitchen, Season 19.

Photo by: Scott Gries

Scott Gries

What you'll need:

  • Number cookie cutters
  • Fruit leather
  • Edible gold pearl dust
  • 12 ice-pop sticks
  • One 12-inch cheesecake, pre-cut into 12 equal slices
  • Chocolate hardening sauce
  • Gold pearl sprinkles

How to:

  1. Use number cookie cutters to create a 12, 3, 6 and 9 out of fruit leather.
  2. Use a paring knife to cut clock hands out of fruit leather.
  3. Coat the numbers and clock hands completely with edible gold pearl dust.
  4. Insert a pop stick into the outside of each slice of cheesecake.
  5. Pour chocolate hardening sauce over cheesecake.
  6. Carefully add fruit leather clock hands and numbers to their corresponding positions on your cheesecake "clock."
  7. Add gold pearl sprinkles to represent each of the remaining numbers on your clock.
  8. Freeze cheesecake for 20 minutes.
  9. Use a hot knife to slice cheesecake, using pre-slice marks as a guide.

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