This post may contain affiliate links. I’m not a fan of desserts with caramel in, or on them. Could I bake the crust, let it cool, then wrap the pan in the liner bag and the aluminum then pour the filling. I’m sorry! Hmm, I don’t usually have that happen. I am using this great tip this year for my six Pumpkin Cheesecakes. Hopefully using these tips lets you bake a perfectly cooked water-bathed cheesecake. Cheesecake water bath tips. Unfortunately her favorite is one I’ve never tried making before. My plain cheesecake looked like a chocolate one on the top and sides. Boom! I can’t say enough how valuable it is! I tried wrapping the base with foil before inserting, but maybe my foil was not smoothed out enough. I’m not sure. God bless! Tonight I used the bag and a layer of heavy foil. I’m going to put a new crust on the bottom taking the soggy one off. Best baked cheesecake I have ever eaten!!! Want to skip all the water bath drama? This eliminates the need for foil wrapping. I used some vanilla bean in it, but you could just use vanilla extract if you want to keep it simple. This is genius! You can barely see them, but they’re there. If you’ve ever baked a cheesecake in a water bath or bain-marie, chances are water has seeped into the cake at least once. Now. It made the best dang turkey I ever made! Yes, step one – get a spring form pan. No matter how well I wrap the pan and how careful I am with the pouring a small amount of water seeps in and my crust is soggy. I happen to have many rather large cake pans around so I use one of those. I've heard of two separate ways to use a water bath when cooking a cheesecake: placing the cheesecake in the waterbath, or placing a roasting pan full of water on the bottom rack of the oven, with the cheesecake on the top rack. I made some cheesecake using the slow cooker bags, but was still finding a bit of moisture getting in. Yes, step one – get a spring form pan. The inside of the pan has a parchment circle in it – is that what you’re referring to? This is fantastic The parchment paper on the bottom of the pan,is a fantastic idea as well. I’ve tried this twice with same liners and still they leaked. THANK YOU! You’re welcome. And heavy duty foil around that. I know there are different schools of thought on what’s best. I feel like I just stumbled on a treasure! I tried a fourth time without a water bath, using a tray of water underneath, and that one came out fine. Yes, the timing of when you add the wrapping on the pan isn’t so important. I hope you enjoy the recipes! I always use a water bath with my cheesecakes, but I still end up with a crack or two. I tried the Crock Pot liner, with 3 layers of foil, several times and it was wet inside the bag every time. I don’t know of any smaller sized oven bags. I am a huge fan of cheesecake- I even have Junior’s original cheesecake recipe, made it so many times, I know it by heart! Awesome! I do this and it works well; no messing with tin foil or bags, and no praying it doesn’t leak. Lindsay, I’ve been making cheesecakes for years but lately have been having problems with leakage so I tried your method of using the crockpot liners. The water bath will not leak into your cheesecake! Just made your banana cream cheesecake and this tip alone made it fabulous. The week before the scheduled bake sale is too busy to get all baked I want to. On the upside when it happens, I just get an ugly but delicious cheesecake all to myself, so there’s that . Then I heat the water for the water bath , and pour it into the 12 inch pan and put it in the oven after baking the crust. And have you ever met a springform pan that doesn’t leak? I then place that inside a 12” square or round cake pan and fill with water. Another possibility would be to reduce the amount of butter in your crust and see if that helps. Thank you for posting, as this now encourages me that my idea will work. So I automatically went into full blown panic attack UNTIL I found your website. Thank you! I usually just use them once, but they seem like they could probably be used at least a second time. It WILL, but additional steps are needed. This easy to make dessert may be baked or unbaked and the baking of cheesecake may be done with or without using a water bath. I made the cheesecake for DH’s birthday today and it was a HUGE hit! the wax paper acts a gasket and prevents water from seeping in and fat from the cake from leaking out … HI Lindsay, I just found your recipe and method of keeping the water from getting into your cheesecake. There may be one somewhere that doesn’t, but I do prefer a water bath. Once the cheesecake is done baking turn the oven off and gently remove the springform pan from the water bath and oven safe bag. Bake the cheesecake in a water bath. No matter how well I wrap the pan and how careful I am with the pouring a small amount of water seeps in and my crust is soggy. Bonnie in MI. I’m so glad to hear it’s be working for you. I thought the foil would not fole my cheesecake but it did. I figured that they must be sturdy enough to use in a slow cooker so I figured they must be sturdy enough to use more than once if used with care. I was really careful to the the plastic nice and tight. Thank you SO much for your site! You don’t have to line the bottom, but it’s what I do. It is terrible to have worked to make an awesome cheesecake and then have the crust be soggy. I just can’t make this method work for me! How many times can you use the baggies before they stop working? That’s interesting! Went looking for an answer and found this! I use slow cooker bags because they’ve been made to hold up to high temperatures. I always use a water bath for cheesecakes in my spring form pan and I follow the standard directions: wrap well with foil, pour hot water into large surrounding pan after placing on oven rack. Place the ring in its place and secure it tightly with the belt. 10″ X 21/2″ high silicone cake pan is all you need for a 9″ springform pan liner for cheesecakes. How to Cool Cheesecake. I have some of those bags now and am not using then. A warm water bath keeps the moisture in the oven high, but more importantly, it prevents the cheesecake from getting too hot during the cooking process. I just baked a cheesecake today and was so sad to see the dreaded leakage AGAIN! Sorry to hear about the coconut cheesecake! Thank you so so much for this trick! Mary. My cheesecake crust got soggy from the water bath during cooking. Any ideas? My son has been asking for a banana cheesecake for a while. … It may not solve it completely but hopefully these things might help! Preparing your pan for a water bath. They seem pretty strong but I’m sure they wear it after a while. New York cheesecake is started in a very hot oven for a short period of time and then finished at a low temperature. I’m not sure if I can find slow cooker bags that easily here in Germany. I always wrap with saran wrap than tinfoil and a freezer baggie. By submitting this comment you agree to share your name, email address, website and IP address with Life Love Sugar. If I’m going to gain ten pounds, I may as well do it EATING the cheesecakes instead of just looking at them, lol. Water baths are totally necessary with cheesecake (at least most of the time), but boy are they a pain. I Love You! “Turtle” cheesecake. Would the size of the larger pan affect the cheesecake in any way? I rarely comment on postsbut, your tip saved my cheesecakes! I tried this out on New Years Eve afternoon while making a white chocolate raspberry swirl cheesecake and it worked perfectly and was so easy. Thank you so much for this tip! I find that it a water bath isn’t used, browning often happens. Lindsay, I do not how or what or who but finding these cheesecake recipes/+hacks/secrets. But I wasn’t taking any chances on the cheesecakes that auction at the church for $300. It’s the best. The bottom is removable and it’s got a spring on the side that releases. & wondering what I’m doing wrong, or what you might suggest to fix this problem? What a great tip…thank you so much. Thus keeping my cc safe from getting wet. However, one of the difficulties often experienced when baking cheesecake in a water bath is the leaking of water into the cake, which can turn out to be a disaster. I will try it again. I'm a wife and mom to twin boys and a sweet black lab with a serious sweets addiction! I’m not sure I’ve seen turkey bags. I will admit that my $50 pan leaks significantly less than my other pans, but there is a small gap right where the latch closes and it leaks very slowly just in that area of the pan, compared to my other pans which seem to leak around the entire perimeter. Made the lemon cheesecake twice now once for my daughters 18th birthday! If it worked, that’s great. Excellent tip! Once the cheesecake has baked, it’s time for the big reveal!! Blessings! It’s just better, and less meltdown-prone that way. I’m not going to go through the whole crust process today, but here is what mine looks like all baked and ready to go. You could probably just use the bag, but I like the extra layer of protection. Made my 1st cc yesterday & water leaked in thru the foil. And I have those bags too! I put foil over the springform pan as Thomas Keller describes in his Ad Hoc cookbook, but somehow water snuck in. Thanks. I found this post and duplicated it for a second vanilla cheesecake. I use a large roasting aluminum pan (Dollar store kind works just fine), place it on oven rack fill with some water, place the aluminum foil covered springform pan with cheesecake mix in the water, then fill with more water, if needed, so that water level goes halfway up the springform pan. Get the heavy duty foil at the store and don’t risk foil tear. The water bath helps bake the cake more evenly and “it provides a moist atmosphere that’ll keep it … Since the temperature of water never exceeds boiling point (it turns into steam), it … Thank you so much. OMG!! The bags are a neat trick but, what do you recommend to stop the cheesecake from browning so much? (Can anyone tell me why they NEVER go on sale??) Then bake as normal. It really can be a pain. Wrapped the pan in foil. Plastic bags don’t have this problem. No tricks here. Set your cake pan inside the water bath (it’s a good idea to wrap it in foil—even if it says leak-proof!) The cheesecake goes into a springform pan. I’ve given up trying to have the crust on the sides of the cheesecake as it doesn’t want to stick there, any tips for that? E Voila! The last few times I just made cheesecake bars in a 9×13 so I wouldn’t have to deal with it. 1. Absolutely no leaks, which saves time, money and frustration I was excruciatingly careful the second time and couldn’t believe it when same thing happened. Make a beautiful, creamy cheesecake with no cracks using this simple method. What can you recommend for just a plain Jane version of cheesecake–nothing uber fancy. The important thing is – look at that dry bag!! It’s mainly that you have it on there when you add it to the water bath and bake it. Try to keep the top of the bag right under the rim of the pan, just to be sure no water will get through. Thanks for all of your recipes-they are such an inspiration! What size cake pan would you use to hold a 9 inch springform pan? Make a beautiful, creamy cheesecake with no cracks using this simple water bath method. Really looking forward to baking your frosted animal cheesecake soon for a christmas party! Ok. Thanks so much for sharing this with us. https://www.allrecipes.com/article/baking-cheesecake-step-by-step We know we don’t want our water bath to leak, but WHY DOES IT?! Aluminum cake pans are a one time purchase that will last forever and not a drop of water forms around the spring form pan. Thank you. Thank you so much! Blessings to you, your hubs and the babies! I downloaded 300 cheesecake recipes from Ebay years ago, and have picked my favorites. I like the idea of not putting my cheesecake in the water, which avoids the need to wrap the pan in foil. Take a few parchment papers 2 inches wider than your springform pan. I hope you found that helpful! For added security, cover the pan with two layers of aluminum foil. 9” springform placed in 10” cake round. Which is also a great idea Lindsay. Did you use the water bath for the cheesecake that browned? It. Really nice ! Never thought of this ever. I use parchment for baking everything but never thought about putting it on the bottom of my cheesecake pan. ). Lana, Step 2 – Obtain Heavy Duty Foil. Talk about decadent! I usually fill a little more than halfway up the side of the springform pan. I am making your brown butter pecan cheesecake right now and can’t wait to test this out. The water bath helps bake the cake more evenly and “it provides a moist atmosphere that’ll keep it … The problem I have is the bag sweats when it sits in the oven to cool after cooking. Apple Cinnamon Cheesecake If you are cool with cracks and such, by all means avoid the water bath. Layer the parchment paper on top of a detached pan. I’d say just about all of them do, unless they are no bake. Ordering a ton of these bags from Amazon!!!! Would one hot water bath those? Make sure it is tight fitting, and if all else fails, buy a new pan. The only thing to deal with is the fact that these suckers are big. Occasionally I remove my cheesecake from the bottom of the pan when I put it on a cake stand and lining the bottom allows me to do that successfully. Made my first cheesecake yesterday. A cake pan just presents a challenge as far as getting the cheesecake out of the pan. I tried it and it worked. And the water knows it and gets through. I’m not sure about what it says online, but I have probably made 50 cheesecakes or more with those liners and never had a problem. Would love to try a water bath. I’ll pick up a backup cake just in case! My cheesecake crust got soggy from the water bath during cooking. . Thanks. Make a beautiful, creamy cheesecake with no cracks using this simple method. I’m so glad you found the tutorial. I don’t add as much water as suggested and I still had water in the foil and the bag. So for those who aren’t aware, this is a springform pan. However, I always have butter leaking out of mine so I learned to put a pan underneath to save cleaning the oven. I don’t personally do a lot of freezing. Generally I’d say baking time would vary by maybe 15-20 minutes. Thanks Lindsay! I add my aluminum foil for double coverage. and fill the pan with boiling water. I’ve used a water bath when baking cheesecakes and now they never crack anymore. Prayers answered!! OMG OMG OMG!! Why didn’t I think of this? I did end up having to cut the plastic bag off but it worked like a charm to keep the cheesecake from getting wet in the water bath! I’m sorry you’re having such trouble with it. I love making desserts and I’ve been wanting to do a cheesecake but the whole water bath thing seemed to be too much. Wow! It keeps the cheesecake from sticking to the bottom. Snickers Cheesecake LOOOOVE THIS! “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” Romans 12:12. Never seen or heard of or seen Crock Pot liner bags. Not much and there was no holes in the bag because I blew in it to make sure… If the water is not to the top how can water still get in? Keep up the great work! Cheesecakes I have less experience freezing, but would likely use the same method. Great idea! Learn how to create a leak proof water bath for baking cheesecakes. Required fields are marked *. Set your cake pan inside the water bath (it’s a good idea to wrap it in foil—even if it says leak-proof!) So can I use something as substitute? Is fhere a reason why it shouldn’t be done this way. Going to start with the first one and work my way down. https://www.allrecipes.com/article/baking-cheesecake-step-by-step I’m glad you’re finding the site helpful! Lindsay, since the springform pan is in the cake pan can’t you forgo the bag and foil and place both in a roasting pan filled with waterbath? I opened a new box and those were fine. Springform pans can leak if you’re baking the cheesecake in a water bath, but this particular pan is reliable. Not a drop of water on that baggie. 11 inch? God bless you, Lindsay. but, it was still yummy. My mom was one of those people just a couple short years ago. So on to the next challenge. No leaks, no fuss. If using a paste to address your springform pan leakages, two additional techniques can help further prevent leaks or (in the case of a water bath… 12 inch? When I opened the plastic bag it was soaking in the butter which is better than water. Love your blog! Cheesecake Hack: Prevent Water Bath Leaks. I love this idea, I’m totally going to try it next time I make a cheesecake. Thank you. Just in case the previous over 100 thank yous is not enough. You don’t have to line the bottom, but it’s what I do. Line the bottom and grease the sides of the pan. I would like to make several but time limits dictate how many I can get done that guarantee freshness. Instead of putting my springform pan directly in water, I put a 9×13 sheet cake pan filled about 2/3 to 3/4 full of warm to hot water in a the oven on the rack below the one I will use for my cheesecake. Is there any way to fix this? I found your “chocolate lovers cheesecake” on Pinterest. great stuff Lindsay! I decided to make cheesecake. However, one of the difficulties often experienced when baking cheesecake in a water bath is the leaking of water into the cake, which can turn out to be a disaster. Right. The only way for water to get in would be going over the top. Still leaked. No, I haven’t tried it, but sounds like a great idea. Thanks again for making his birthday special by sharing this recipe! I like the idea of not putting my cheesecake in the water, which avoids the need to wrap the pan in foil. What could be causing this? the wax paper acts a gasket and prevents water from seeping in and fat from the cake from leaking out … My question is how do you take the bottom off and the parchment paper as well to put on another plate. i bet if you contact Reynolds they would be happy to hear your idea for “cheesecake liners” – if you haven’t already One question, sorry if I’m missing it- what exactly are you lining the bottom of the pan with? Thanks so much for sharing! Would love to hear back from you. Was looking so forward to this . . I purchased one a few years back and it works like a charm! Caramel Apple Cheesecake This is so late, but the point of the bag is to keep water out; not, to keep the batter in. Leak-Proofing Springform Pans We’d love to find a springform pan that doesn’t let moisture seep in when you place it in a water bath (our preferred method for baking delicate desserts like cheesecake), but so far a less-than-watertight seal seems unavoidable on pans with removable bottoms. I just cooked my first cheesecake and cooked it in a water bath. The oven bag and cheesecake go into a larger pan, like a roasting pan. According to Catherine, “The water bath creates a moist atmosphere that keeps the cake from drying out and cracking.” And we all know that a crack in a gorgeous cheesecake can be disappointing, so using a bain-marie is a good way to avoid that common problem. SO DRY! Learn this fool proof way to create a cheesecake water bath without it leaking once and for all! I’ve made my share of difficult cheese cake recipes, but this looks yummy & easy. Take a few parchment papers 2 inches wider than your springform pan. The water bath will not leak into your cheesecake! . You can use just foil. Totally dry!! This is amazing!!!!! Amaretto Cheesecake Here’s a vanilla cheesecake that is a great option. in my fb post was absolutely a Godsend (I think?). I found you! Wrapped it in foil and baked it. Going to give it a try while make Eggnog Cheesecake using your recipe. How to Cool Cheesecake. THANK YOU! , What an awesome idea!! Thank you! The foil can more easily be molded to come up over the edges of the pan, further assuring that no water gets through. I put water in the 12 inch and press down on the 10 inch on the water in order to get my water level right. I hope you get to try this method another time! Merry Christmas! Today I am discussing a very important topic – how to prevent your cheesecake water bath from leaking. It was the best dang cheesecake I ever made! Which brings me to my question. Using a water-bath when baking a cheesecake ensures that the cheesecake will bake evenly throughout, stay … Directions were spot on-first cheesecake I ever made that didn’t crack!
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