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PHILADELPHIA Black Forest Cheesecake

PHILADELPHIA Black Forest Cheesecake recipe
photo by:kraft
Germany can take credit for the chocolate cake and cherry combination, but this cheesecake version owes its creaminess to the City of Brotherly Love.
15 min
4 hr 55 min
16 servings
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It's not as good as the old recipe. Why has Philly added sour cream to so many of its recipes now? The sour cream really takes away from the richness and adds a sour flavor.
My cheesecake is in the oven right now. My husband's birthday is today and I asked him what cake he would like me to make. He said that this cheese cake looked good. I put my cheesecake in a cheesecake round pan.
I originally got this recipe in a book from Kraft, I've been making it for probably 20 years and it's always a favorite at get-togethers. It's the only thing I cook that makes people get "the look" you know the one!
I have made this several times and everyone loves it and they do not even realize I make it low fat and with a sugar blend Splenda. I also cut the recipe in half otherwise it is way too much for our family. Always turns out wonderfully.
This was awesome!! My whole family loved it. I added the extra cookies as others suggested and also used 2 cans of the cherry pie filling instead of 1
The people at work had doubles and fought over the left overs. Worked very well in a spring pan with parchment paper. Using chocolate filled Oreos was great for the crust.
Loved this recipe! It was a hit for new years with everyone!... very delicious. I did add more cookies though.. about a total of 35 for the crust and more butter for it. Super delicious!! I will post a picture of mine.
I made this for my Year Day dinner with my family. It was a big hit. I did a little changing to the recipe like I use the whole pack of oreos and more butter, also I used semi-sweet chips. When I baked it I baked it in a water bath. Turned out beautiful and I would sure make it again and again.
I took this to a dinner party and it was a hit with both the teenagers and adults. I did use more oreos since several reviewers had mentioned adding more. I also used 6 oz. of semi sweet chocolate chips instead of the 6 square of Baker's Chocolate since that is what I had on hand. I do recommend you let the dessert refridgerate the 4 hours suggested. I didn't have time for that. The dessert was still good but I found the flavors better the 2nd night.
Very good. Definitely worth making.
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