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PHILADELPHIA® New York Cappuccino Cheesecake

PHILADELPHIA® New York Cappuccino Cheesecake recipe
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A chocolate cookie crumb crust supports a rich cream cheese filling flavored with coffee and coffee-flavored liqueur in this sensational cheesecake.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
5 hr 35 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
5/7/2013
A great variation on the classic New York Style cheesecake. Always a hit with everyone.
posted:
2/25/2010
Fabulous! Love the taste and texture. The only changes I made was to the crust. There was no chocolate graham available in my area so I tried chocolate animal crackers and made extra to have enough to cover bottom and sides. Also, I ended up with more batter than what would fit in a 9-inch pan and ended up with 3 ramekins of cheesecake. Next time, I'll use a 10-inch springform pan.
posted:
5/23/2009
It is delicious, rich, creamy. Easy to make. However, I baked it much longer than recommended. I did use a non-stick pan and lowered the oven temp as suggested. I baked for 1 hr. 05, checked to see if all was set but the middle. No- total jello look. Then 1 hr. 10 min. Same. I actually ended up baking this for an addition 20-30 minutes. The top was much darker than in the photo. It didn't crack though. Someone told me to lightly grease the sides of the spring form pan so it would pull away easily when rising and this would help keep it from cracking. It did. Anyhow, when I finally took it out of the oven, the top was a much darker brown. I was concerned that it would be overdone and the crust burnt - but it wasn't. Also, next time I might add one more tablespoon of butter or margarine to the crust to help it hold together better.
posted:
9/6/2007
I've baked this cheesecake twice. It's turned out beautiful both times. Problem is, I haven't gotten to taste it. First one I gave to a friend when her father passed. Everyone told me how delicious it was. Last night I baked it again for a benefit tomorrow ~ it will be auctioned off.
posted:
1/13/2007
This was ok but, didn't taste much like coffee.
posted:
9/22/2006
Unbelievable.....easy and impressive. Will definitely make again very soon (and then go on a diet).
posted:
7/9/2006
Awsome. Will definitely be making this one again.
posted:
6/19/2006
Made with low-fat/ fat free cream cheese and sour cream, and it turned out great! Alos added nuts and cinnamon to the crust. Texture wasn't quite as "fluffy" as the picture, but still very tasty!
posted:
3/1/2006
Wow! Yummy! Not much else to say about this one.
posted:
12/25/2005
excellent!!!!
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