Spring is in the air and along with blooming flowers comes the season of pastels! The soft palette is unarguably associated with the quarterly months and brings with them a colorful rebirth of nature. Let’s celebrate the season with a pastel-y Rainbow Sherbet Cheesecake recipe inspired by today’s bubbly styled shoot. Get the recipe below and follow along as photographer Linda Borrego shares her vision behind the event:
- 4 cups of ricotta
- 2/3 cup of granulated sugar
- 2 tablespoons of raspberry jam
- 2 tablespoons of orange jam
- 2 tablespoons of lime curd
- 2 eggs (separated)
- Food coloring
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Grease three 6 inch round cake pans and set aside.
- Add the ricotta cheese, sugar, and egg yolks to a stand mixer. Mix on low until fully combined. It should have a bit of a lumpy consistency.
- Separately, whip the egg whites until soft peaks are formed. Then add the whipped egg whites to the cheese filling. Mix gently using a spatula until fully combined.
- Separate the mixture into three equal parts. Then mix the raspberry jam and a drop of red food coloring into one; the orange jam and a drop of orange food coloring into another; and the lime curd and a drop of green food coloring into the remaining bowl. Mix all thoroughly.
- Pour the mixtures each into their own greased cake pan and bake for approximately 20-25 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool for about 5 minutes.
- Once slightly cooled (but still warm), remove the cheesecakes from pans and stack them on top of each other. Leave and let cool completely. Enjoy!
Photographer: Black Lamb Photography//Equipment Rentals: Amy and Jen Decor//Bakery: Arnie’s Sweets//Bakery: Bake Mob//Bakery: Carla’s Cakes//Invitation Designer:Ivy Stripe//Linens and Coverings: Lux Event Rentals// Submitted via Two Bright Lights PLEASE NOTE: The recipe was created by The Frosted Petticoat staff and is not associated with the event or vendors featured. The food photography served solely as the recipe’s inspiration and is not an actual picture of the final recipe product.