The Cheesecake Factory Shared a TON of Its Best Recipes with Us

You can recreate Cinnamon Roll Pancakes—and more!

Everyone loves The Cheesecake Factory, and not just for the cheesecake. Maybe it’s because there’s something for everyone on the extra large menu. It’s a whopping 21 pages filled with 250 items, after all.

Well, now you can bring your favorites home! The Cheesecake Factory rolled out a ton of recipes perfect for any weeknight meal, and it’s the best way to get to work in the kitchen right now!

Here’s Your New Favorite Cookbook

The Cheesecake Factory’s online cookbook is filled with delicious recipes you can create at home. There are no cheesecakes on the list, but you can find other meals like Almond-Crusted Chicken Salad, Crispy Brussels Sprouts, Tuscan Chicken and one of our personal favorites—Cinnamon Roll Pancakes. These can totally be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Who cares when you eat them when they taste this good?

We understand if you’re craving a slice of cheesecake, though. Here are some easy cheesecake recipes to try at home.

Get Started in the Kitchen ASAP

Not only is this the most delicious way to test out your chef skills, but the online cookbook is updated whenever The Cheesecake Factory’s master chefs turn out a new batch of dishes. Everything from The Cheesecake Factory can be made at home, but be warned: Some of these recipes require more than what you might have on hand. Guess it’s time to put in that grocery delivery order!

Other brands, like Disney and DoubleTree, have released a ton of their fan-favorite recipes too. (Homemade Dole whip, anyone?) Everyone’s doing their part to help us recreate our favorite recipes at home, and we couldn’t be more grateful. Or more full.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.