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Bit-of-Irish Cheesecake

Bit-of-Irish Cheesecake recipe
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Here's the real reason to want to be Irish: rich, creamy-smooth cheesecake, subtly flavored with a nip of liqueur. With a wee bit o’ luck, there’ll be a slice left for you.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
6 hr 25 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
3/25/2007
Soooooo easy! Delicious and the easiest I've made....my guests went home with a "wee bit" more!! I love the height and of course, hint of Irish cream.
posted:
3/21/2007
This was a huge hit at a dinner party on St. Patrick's Day this past weekend! It turned out perfect including the shamrock on the top and was delicious. I didn't think we'd really be able to taste the Irish Cream but we could and the pecan crust was yummy too. I will definitely be making it again! Thanks!
posted:
3/20/2007
I made this for a community theatre St. Patrick's Day celebration the day before and it came out perfect. I did add a bit more Bailey's as recommended. To keep it from cracking, I place a glass pie dish filled with water on the oven rack below the cheesecake while baking. The Kraft experts recommended this. It works! It sounds like the folks who didn't like this over-baked theirs. As for the clover decoration, I put that on and the pie set four hours before serving (while the play was on). Not a good idea. The green sugar melted. A little was left over the following day and noticed the Bailey's was more pronounced by then.
posted:
3/19/2007
It was really good. Not too rich, and the nut crust was the best part. I may have used the wrong kind of liquer, it was REALLY strong and over powering. Maybe i will use less next time.
posted:
3/18/2007
made this for two family occasions was a hit with all ages from 4 to 74 second time i only baked the crust 8 minutes first time seemed to be a bit too done very good!!
posted:
3/18/2007
the cheesecake itself was good, but it did crack when i baked it, and i was disappointed. hmm. didn't care much for the crust either. it was dry and tasteless, chocolate or graham cracker or shortbread would be better. but overall, i would recommend this, for any festive ocassion.
posted:
3/18/2007
Pretty yummy. I like the pecan crust because it's different than the standard graham cracker crust. Also, I would add more Irish Cream next time. I want to *taste it*!
posted:
3/17/2007
Mine turned out really ugly. It tasted okay, but it was all craked on the opt and got a dark brown crust around the edges. Is it possible to bake or beat this cake too much? I tried to ask on the message boards, but they are difficult to use.
posted:
3/17/2007
I havn't been able to find a good cheesecake anywhere, so I was so happy when I discovered this recipie because it was simply delicious!! The best I've tasted in a long time. Give it a try!! If you like cheesecake, you'll love this!
posted:
3/16/2007
This cheesecake is fabulous - the crust is a delicious change. Everyone really enjoy it!
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