Please help! I'm trying to make Honey Lavender Goat Cheese cake, and in what seemed like seconds it went from "ooh that looks awesome" to "#%*^#* SONOFA #%*&#%!!!!"
Recipe says: whip 12 oz goat cheese, juice of 1/2 lemon, 1/4 cup honey, and 1 tsp salt until smooth.
Did that, looked perfect and better than cheesecakes I've made with cream cheese. Although I beat it with a paddle.
Recipe says: Add 2 cups heavy cream, whip until thick.
Did that, only this time I switched to the whip attachment. Added the cream in a stream, then whipped on a higher speed. Note the recipe does not give a time, so since the mixture was a little drippy (and this is a no-bake cheesecake) I continued to let it whip (still at medium speed, since recipe does not indicate speed). A minute later it went from smooth and creamy to cottage cheese and a puddle of liquid! What did I do wrong? And more importantly, can my dessert be saved? The mess is in the fridge now, chillin'.
Thank you for your advice!
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