The most expensive cheesecake in the world is likely the cheesecake made by Chef Miguel Angel Quezada of Mexico and fifty-five cooks in January of 2009. The cheesecake took 60 hours to produce and weighed in at 2 tons. It was made with 2,000 pounds of cream cheese, 772 pounds of pastry, 551 pounds of sugar and 331 pounds of butter. It contained 20,000 servings and, according to Guinness World Records, was the largest cheesecake in the world.
The most expensive cheesecake youâ€™ll be able to get your hands on, however, is offered by Saks Fifth Avenue. New Yorkâ€™s haute department store is selling a â€œFestive Two-Stack Cheesecakeâ€ by Elegant Cheesecakes. It weighs 10 pounds and comes in the form of a pair of stacked gift boxes. The filigreed chocolate shell contains a triple-mocha cheesecake on a shortbread crust and a chocolate decadence cake with butter cream frosting.
This luxury cheesecake can be had for $300 plus the price of overnight delivery.