Hand-painted cheesecake Easter Eggs will really brighten up your Easter dinner table. Each individual-sized dessert is creamy and smooth and vibrantly colored.
Dip a paintbrush into your colored cheesecake filling and use it to paint the indentations in the silicone Easter egg mold.
Once you have painted all of the indentations in 8 Easter eggs, freeze the molds for 15 minutes.
If using a water bath and you have a flat rack for inside your roasting pan, set your mold on the rack. If not using a water bath, set your Easter egg mold on a baking sheet.
Pour colored cheesecake filling into the Easter egg mold, filling each egg-shaped cavity to about 1/8th of an inch from the top edge.
Fill all 8 of the painted eggs.
Pour any remaining cheesecake filling into another egg mold.
Bake your cheesecakes in the water bath, if using, for 18-22 minutes until the top forms a smooth film and the center is still giggly but not wet.
Allow your cheesecakes to cool at room temperature for an hour then refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
Freeze for 1-2 hours before un-molding.
Remove from the mold and immediately set each cheesecake on a small dessert plate.
Allow them to thaw for about 30 minutes before serving.
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