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Layered Coconut Cream Cheesecake Bars

Layered Coconut Cream Cheesecake Bars recipe
photo by:kraft
Warning, coconut lovers: It may be hard to eat just one piece of our fluffy cheesecake bars. Beat temptation by sharing this beauty at your next gathering.
20 min
5 hr 20 min
16 servings
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Totally Loved this!! I changed somethings. I used banana pudding and didn't add coconut into the pudding. It was wonderful. Everyone enjoyed it. My picky kids and parents.
I made this at our family cookouts... Family loveed it. I omitted the wafers on the sides. It was great...
This is very tasty and easy to make and everybody loves it! I would not suggest this dessert if you do not like coconut.
Delicious!!!!! I made it exactly according to the recipe except for the extra Nilla Wafers around the edge. I lined the 9x13 pan with nonstick aluminum foil. I froze each layer before adding the next, then froze the entire dessert. After it was good and solid I removed it from the pan by lifting the foil, then cut it into serving size portions, put it back in the pan, covered it, then back in the freezer. I then remove only what we'll need before dinner and let it thaw in the refrigerator. I'll be making this quite often.
Thanks Kraft for this delicious recipe. I'm passing it on to all of my friends. I followed the recipe exactly except for one change. I used a pre-made shortbread crust. My daughter said it looked like it came from a professional baker. I made the full recipe for the bottom layer and used it to make another pie using chocolate pudding, which I topped with mini chocolate chips and chopped pecans. Wish I had taken pictures but we were in a hurry to eat them.
Delicious and easy to make. Our Keenagers group loved it and asked for it to be put in our church recipe book. Will definetly be making again. I did not stand the cookies up along the edges but it did not distract from the dessert.
This is my husband favorite dessert. I did make a few changes. I use crushed coconut cookies,brown sugar,butter and bake the crust. It hold a lot better. I decreased the milk to 2 cups. I haven't tried yet to use coconut instant pudding yet but will next time.And yes it take a little bit more Cool Whip than called for. I have to make this dessert every time for my husband and his fishing buddy to take when they go
Maded this for a party at work loved it .
What a hit, my family loved this dessert after easter dinner. It was a breeze to make and tastes so lite and good. Will play around with the recipe, maybe use bananas and banana pudding. Love this recipe!
I made this recipe for Easter. It was wonderful. I did change some things by using the Coconut cream instant pudding and I used a second tub of cool whip (definitely needs this, the recipe uses too much for what they call for). The crushed Nilla wafers never really solidified with the butter, but it was still delicious. I had to use some cool whip to fill in the holes when I spread the cream cheese mixture on and it mixed with the crumbs. I also didn't toast the coconut. There was enough coconut flavor in the pudding. I would make this again (gotta use up the left over coconut! ) Thanks Kraft. This was a really refreshing and light dessert.
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