As part of my review of the Wolf Gourmet Multi-Function Cooker, I developed some recipes to test this amazing appliance out in my own kitchen. Check out the full review of the appliance here!

One of the incredible functions this cooker boasts is a Sous Vide mode, which is a method of cooking in which food is put in a sealed plastic bag or glass jar and then placed in a water bath for longer than normal cooking times at a highly regulated temperature. It’s a very precise method of cooking that yields perfectly cooked recipes.

So I obviously had to try it out! Beef and pork are two of the most common foods to do sous vide, but as someone who eats a mostly plant-based diet, I wanted to try out something other than meat. So, I took a super simple cheesecake recipe, dolled it up a bit, and cooked it sous vide. Oh. My. Lanta.

Cooking these adorable single-serving desserts sous vide resulted in the smoothest, creamiest, richest cheesecakes I have ever tasted. Plus, the aesthetic in those tiny mason jars makes them worthy of any dinner party or hosting commitment you’ve made. Plus, the fact that their contained in jars with lids means you can easily transport them (perfect for a picnic or potluck!). Plus, they’re crustless, so there’s absolutely no gluten or wheat in these. Plus, you can swap out the strawberries and use whatever fruit is in season in your area so that you always get the freshest, sweetest topping. Plus … you get the point.

Get ready to have all your dessert dreams made! I know I’ll be going back to this recipe again and again (and again) this summer.

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Servings: 9


  • 1 1/2 cups cream cheese, room temperature
  • 3/4 cup + 1/3 cup white sugar
  • 1 tbsp vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup full-fat sour cream (14-18%)
  • 2 cups of seasonal fruit, chopped up (we used strawberries)
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced


  • 9 mini mason jars
  • Wolf Gourmet Multi-Function Cooker
  • Electric mixer


  • Fill the Multi-Function Cooker with 3 quarts of warm water. Set the Cooker to Sous Vide mode and temperature to 176°F. Press start.
  • Add cream cheese to a bowl and beat until smooth. Add vanilla and 3/4 cup sugar. Beat to combine. Scrape down sides.
  • Add eggs. Beat to combine.
  • Add sour cream. Beat to combine.
  • Remove lids from mini mason jars. Divide cheesecake mixture between the jars (about 1/3 cup per jar), leaving about 1 inch of space in each. Seal tightly with lids.
  • When the water reaches the set temperature, carefully add the jars to the Multi-Function Cooker. Cover. Set timer for 1 1/2 hours.
  • Once cooked, remove jars carefully and let cool at room temperature on a rack for 30 minutes.
  • Move jars to the fridge to chill and set timer for atleast 1 hour.
  • Add chopped fruit, 1/3 cup sugar, and lemon juice to a bowl. Stir well. Let sit for atleast one hour, occasionally stirring.
  • Once cheesecakes are chilled, remove lids and top with fruit mixture. Enjoy!
  • NOTE: Lids can be put back on after topping is added for transport or serving later, but be mindful of how long the fruit will last before going bad.

Forkly received this product for free for the purposes of testing and reviewing it. All opinions expressed are truthful and 100% our own.

Rhiannon Ball

Rhiannon loves to cook and bake but has also never said "no" to a takeout burrito (see, she's just like you!). Despite slowly running out of room in her cabinets, she continues to expand her collections of cookbooks and kitchen gadgets and is deeply jealous of people who can just "whip something up" without a recipe. When she's not in the kitchen, you can find her camping and hiking with her husband and rescue dog, Waffles.

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