Keep Cheesecake Cool When Travelling

Car powered cheesecake cooling ideas

Let us keep your cheesecake cool when travelling.

When travelling with your family in Australia in your car, it is natural to want to bring a few cheesecakes with you. However, it is important to note that cheesecake is a very soft and tender type of dessert that cannot be stored at room temperature or in any situation of elevated temperatures because it will spoil quickly, lose its quality, and most likely cause an upset stomach later on during the trip.

Therefore, it is recommended to keep your delicious cheesecake at the ideal temperature range of 2°C to 4°C. Temperature-controlled storage slows the growth of bacteria, which is essential for maintaining the freshness and quality of the cheesecake.

Your cheesecake should be able to stay good for as much as 5 days in refrigerated storage.

So let’s just avoid your cheesecake going off by outfitting your vehicle with a temperature-controllable Portable cooler.  

If you’re planning to travel with cheesecake, portable coolers with temperature control can keep your dessert fresh for as long as you keep them powered. These coolers are designed to plug into the 12-volt outlets found in most modern vehicles, making them a convenient option for road trips.  They are also ideal for camping trips, but you will need extra battery power and, if you are camping for an extended period of time, consider solar backup.

In the Australian market, there are numerous brands and models of car refrigerators or car eskies with varying features, sizes, and prices.   Below are a few options for you to consider:

1.    Advwin Mini Fridge: This is a compact and lightweight fridge that can hold up to 12.8L of contents. It has a low-noise fan and a digital display. It can be powered by AC or DC sources, and it has a low-battery protection function. It costs around $190.

2.   Adventure Kings 45L Portable Car Fridge Freezer: This is a large and durable fridge that can hold up to 45L of contents. It has a powerful compressor and a thick insulation. It can be controlled by a digital panel or a smart-phone app. It can freeze down to -18°C and it has a battery-saving mode. It costs over $550.

3.   Advwin Portable Fridge Cooler Freezer: This is a versatile and spacious fridge that can hold up to 49L of contents. It has a dual-zone design that allows you to set different temperatures for the fridge and freezer compartments. It has a LED screen and a touch panel. It can be powered by AC, DC, or solar sources, and it has a 3-level battery protection. It costs around $390.

4.   Evakool 47L Fibreglass Car Fridge Freezer: This is a premium and stylish fridge that can hold up to 47L of contents. It has a fibreglass cabinet that is strong and easy to clean. It has a high-quality compressor and a digital thermostat. It can freeze down to -16°C and it has a turbo mode. It comes with a 5-year warranty and it costs around $450.

What about if I go camping whilst travelling with cheesecake in my car?

If you are going camping for an extended period, you might considert the following power supply backups:

1.    Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station: these units have a 400Wh capacity and can power your cooler for up to 7 hours on a single charge. They weigh a little over 13kgs and cost approximately $510.

2.   Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station: With a 518Wh capacity battery, these units can power your cooler for up to 11 hours on a single charge. They weight just over 6kg and cost approximately $500.

3.   Rockpals 500W Portable Power Station; they have a capacity of 540Wh and can power your cooler for up to 10 hours on a single charge. They will set you back $529 and weigh 6.5kgs.

You may also consider some portable solar power options:

1.    KickAss 12V 200W Portable Camping Solar Panel & 20A MPPT Solar Controller: This 200W solar panel comes with a 20A MPPT solar controller. They are fairly simple to assemble and cost around $600, depending on where you buy them from.

2.   Renogy 200 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Starter Kit: This 200W solar panel includes a negative ground charge controller with a 30A PWM. It’s easy to set up and has a 25-year warranty on transferable power output. It will cost you around $400.

3.   REDARC Solar Regulators are compatible with a wide range of batteries, including AGM, Standard, and Calcium, and can be used in both permanent and portable systems. They are also resistant to overheating and reverse polarity, making them ideal for fixed solar panels for 4WD vehicles, caravans, and other applications.

Have you ever wondered about what airlines serve cheesecake?

If you are thinking about flying commercially around Europe, I’m sure your first concern is to make sure they will be serving cheesecake at some point.   Although I imagine in-flight menus change seasonally, so it’s probably never going to be easy to work out which airlines are cheesecake friendly and which are not but I’ll give it a go for us:

Here are the cheesecake serving airlines that I could find:

Delta Air Lines: Delta offers mini-assorted cheesecakes therefore making them a fantastic Airline.

Air Canada: Their international business class cabin features meals that joyfully end with desserts such as Cheesecake.  Thank you Canada, I salute you.

British Airways: British Airways’ first class cabin serves a variety of desserts, including cheesecake.  Great job indeed.

Air France: On the Air France premier class flights from the U.S. and Canada, you can be treated to dishes created by famous French Chef Daniel Boulud, you will have the most beautiful main meal imaginable and then you’ll be able to enjoy a slice of Air France Cheesecake.

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