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To awaken creativity, inspiration, courage & passion in myself and others.
2 c. chopped Snickers Bars
2 1/2 c. graham cracker crumbs
2 Tbl. granulated sugar
5 Tbl. melted butter
2 8oz packages softened cream cheese
1 c. granulated sugar
1 Tbl. pure vanilla
3 Tbl. caramel sauce
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Place chopped Snickers Bars into a bowl, set aside for now. Place graham cracker crumbs, sugar and melted butter into a mixing bowl to combine. Spoon a couple spoonfuls of crumbs into each section of the muffin pan and press down and up the sides. Bake for 5-6 minutes or just until browned. Remove from oven.
In a stand or electric mixer, beat the cream cheese and sugar until smooth and creamy. Add in eggs and vanilla until well combined, scraping sides of bowl with a rubber spatula. Beat in caramel sauce until well combined. Pour about 1/4 c. of cheesecake mixture over each baked crust then top evenly with chopped Snickers. Bake for 23-26 minutes or until cheesecake edges are just starting to brown and centers are nearly set. Remove and let cool completely. While still warm, loosen all edges with a plastic knife to make for easier removal from pan. Refrigerate once cooled then top with caramel sauce and whipped cream to serve!
12 individual cheesecakes
Ash has been an incredible inspiration for me starting my own graphic design business. Her blog weekly delivers a strong kick in the butt to do my best work, quit whining and stay dedicated fully to ultimately live the life I have always dreamed of -
1. Do you remember the moment you decided to take the leap into owning your own business? How did it feel and what was it that made you take the leap?
Well, the first time I went into entrepreneurship was in 2006 after I quit my job in marketing – a decision I made primarily because I realized at a young age the precious value of life and its fleeting tendencies, and I couldn’t stand to spend my life doing something I wasn’t 100% engaged with. In a way, it was selfish of me, and it still is. But then again, they say that the best entrepreneurs have a bit of healthy arrogance. :) Anyway, at the time, I felt naively confident, and just certain that the universe would reciprocate. Turns out, I was overly confident, and I ended up broke and had to return to 9-5.
The second time I started my business, it just grew organically without my trying. I intended on just starting a side business, but ultimately I was so successful with it that I transitioned into full-time. That’s probably what I’d recommend to anyone thinking about going into business for themselves right now.
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