Hello Lovelies! Yesterday my company, We Edit Podcasts, turned 2! So today I thought it only right to celebrate with a crazy sweet, chocolatey, peanut butter cheesecake! I can’t believe two years have gone by since starting my business, and I couldn’t be more excited about how it has grown. Although I prefer a healthy diet, amazing times like these call for a little extra sweet treat!!
Starting and growing a business is no small feat. It takes many long days, late nights, and plenty of hours of hard work to get it off the ground. You have to be able to make the sale, deliver a great product or service, and most importantly, add value into the lives of your clients. It is so important to always follow through, be consistent, and put in the hard work from the start to truly reap the rewards in the end.
Launching your business can seem like a mountain to climb, but it is all about setting milestones for yourself and celebrating each when you get there so you can look on to the future. When tough times come, there is no use in staying stuck where you are. Look forward, pivot, and make your next move! Most of all, value the dedication and work that you’ve put in because without you it wouldn’t have been possible. So don’t undervalue yourself, don’t sell yourself short, and always celebrate how far you’ve come!
Now on to that cheesecake! :D
All you’ll need is:
10 graham crackers
7 tablespoons of melted butter
24 ounces cream cheese (3 packs)
1½ cups powdered/icing sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1½ cups chocolate chips, melted
2 cups peanut butter, melted
1 cup confectioner’s/icing sugar
Crush the graham crackers, then melt the butter and add the two together to form the crust. Press the crust into the bottom of a springform pan and refrigerate. Mix the softened cream cheese in a large bowl, and add in the powdered sugar & vanilla, mix until smooth. Melt the chocolate and add to the cream cheese mixture. Pour mixture over the graham cracker crust using a spatula to smooth it out, and refrigerate.
Mix together the melted peanut butter and icing sugar and pour over the chocolate cheesecake layer. Use a knife to spread evenly and refrigerate for 2-4 hours. Top with your favorite toppings, and decorate it with some beautiful flowers :) Enjoy loves! How are you celebrating your big milestones? <3
Recipe via Tasty