baby mitch, baseball, & new cheesecake recipe

17 Mar

today was a busy day for us dixon girls! we went to sulphur springs to visit baby mitch this morning. christi is doing well and mitch is just adorable! here is a pic of him at one week old…

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after lunch and a nap, we headed to uncle jeff’s baseball game. the girls LOVED it! of course, they always love being outside. we had fun, but had to leave early b/c the sun was blaring and i was getting paranoid that they were getting burned. 

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tonight, after ryan gets home, we are headed over to staci & aaron’s for dinner. looking forward to hanging out w/the vander’s! i made a tasty double chocolate cheesecake to take for dessert. the recipe actually makes 2 pies so we were able to try it first, which is good since its a new recipe and all. it was so simple and very rich & good. addi & kam love it and ryan’s favorite dessert is cheesecake…so i think i’ll keep this recipe in my book to use again! here’s the recipe for you…

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double chocolate cheesecake

what you need: 2 oreo pie crusts, 4 (8oz) pkg’s of cream cheese softened, 1 cup sugar, 2 tbsp. flour,  1 tsp. vanilla, 1 pkg (12 ounce) semi-sweet chocolate chips melted & cooled, and 4 eggs

beat cream cheese, sugar, flour & vanilla w/mixer until blended. add chocolate; mix well. add eggs, 1 at a time (or 1 at THE time if you are paula deen), mixing on low after each just until blended. pour mixture into crusts. bake at 325 degrees for about an hour until firm in the middle. let cool and then fridge for several hours before serving. tasty!

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