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Kitchens are often small, although they have to accommodate a lot of things. To get the most out of every inch of space, we do super creative advertising with different types of storage. We have already talked about floating shelves, various cabinets, pulling and rotating, and today I want to share some ideas to organize storage even in the corners that are usually considered dead spaces. Believe me, even a small corner cabinet can keep your kitchen from mess!

Drawers and cupboards

Drawers and cupboards are a good idea to store baking tins, plates, cups or to hide your home bar there. If your cabinet does not have any drawers, you can order them at any time and use them yourself. Another great idea is rotating hard drives, which you can get at IKEA, for example, to make it easy to store and find things there. You can also roll and pull out shelves from the inside, the idea is up to you.

Open shelves

Even the smallest corner can be taken up by a narrow closet or some floating shelves. Don’t waste this space, don’t order a closet, or make shelves yourself! On the contrary, you can wrap your corner with floating shelves. They don’t look bulky, but still offer space for many things. Check out the ideas below to find the best solutions for your kitchen!

A cheesecake is one of the most popular desserts around the world, it's delicious, there are many flavors and toppings, and you can easily make them without baking. If you want to make one, I've prepared a whole bunch of cool recipes for you to make a reality.

Here is a very light, simple, and refreshing cheesecake. If you don't like “heavy” cheesecake, especially if it's cream cheese based, substitute half of the mascarpone for yogurt. If you prefer, you can do it with mascarpone without a yogurt substitute. Fresh strawberries make the cheesecake fresh and delightful.

Fluffy Japanese style cheesecake cooked in a rice cooker. It is particularly suitable if you do not have access to the oven or do not want to use it. If you are not familiar with Japanese style cheesecakes, they are much lighter compared to American cheesecake. They're more like a sweet cheese flavored souffle cake.

This light and light Greek mini yogurt strawberry cheesecake is perfect when it's too hot to turn on the oven. These little treats made from Greek yogurt are easy to prepare and will definitely be a crowd puller. This crunchy and crunchy graham cracker base with a flavorful, smooth and deliciously creamy yogurt cheesecake filling and fresh and sweet strawberry sauce is a heavenly game.

These raw vegan cheesecake bars have a creamy vanilla base and bright orange toppings to taste like a creamsicle! They are a healthy summer treat! These magic bars have every creamy note of creamsicle summer food bliss, but without all of the questionable ingredients and messy ice cream gadgets that run in your face.

Vegan Cookie Dough Cheesecake is a two-step recipe that makes a healthy dessert. Large pieces of gluten-free cookie dough swirled through a sweet and flavorful cheesecake filling.

While the berries are ripe and juicy, it's time to whip up this exquisite strawberry cheesecake dessert! With all of these luscious berries available this summer, there's nothing like topping your cheesecake with them!

Healthy blueberry cheesecake squares are the perfect treat. Blueberries on a lightly sweetened crust that is both gluten-free and refined sugar-free. Followed by a creamy, lighter cheesecake filling.

This is a very easy to make cheesecake. Not a crust to worry about, not that it would be difficult to make a crust, but without one it gets even easier, no baking, just stir a few ingredients and let the refrigerator do the rest of the work for you . The only thing to consider when making this no-bake ricotta sour cream cheesecake with raspberries is the amount of time you need to spend in the refrigerator. You should leave it on for at least four to five hours, or even overnight.

Since it's the sour cherry season, why not make a cheesecake with cherries like this? The acidity of the sour cherry layer contrasts perfectly with the heaviness of the cheese layer. Decorated with a little extra cherry, this cheesecake is a good candidate for a festive cake, for example a birthday cake. It gets such a refined taste while not being too sweet.

The best thing about this cheesecake is that it isn't baked. This is an ideal quality these days as the temperature and humidity keep rising and it has been way too hot to bake recently. The cheesecake filling is incredibly light. Imagine eating the tastiest, fluffiest cloud ever. Because that's exactly how a piece of this heavenly cheesecake is.

Raw Vanilla Bean Cherry Cheesecake with Paleo Ingredients. Creamy cashew filling a graham cracker crust. Store well in the fridge and freezer. Naturally gluten-free and dairy-free.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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