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Chocolate Bliss Cheesecake

Chocolate Bliss Cheesecake recipe
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It starts with an Oreo Cookie crust and just keeps getting better, with whipped chocolate-cheesecake goodness in every bite. High-five, cheesecake lovers.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
6 hr 20 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/20/2005
So easy to make & as good to eat as it is to look at! The heart pattern was easy to make & added a special touch. Really rich, dark flavor: it took 3 of us a week to finish it!
posted:
3/25/2005
My fiance loved it, but in-laws loved it even more.
posted:
3/24/2005
It was very good.
posted:
3/9/2005
REALLY rich!! Be sure to give left over slices to guests as they leave!! It was just too much of a temptation for me1
posted:
3/8/2005
Everyone loved it! fairly easy to make!
posted:
2/27/2005
I was looking for something to make for my girlfriend for Valentine's day, when I found this recipe. I made it just the way the recipe says, and it was just perfect, she really enjoyed it. This was the first time I ever baked. P.S. I suggest adding more oreos to the crust :)
posted:
2/24/2005
I loved this recipe, I did adjust it to my likes. Knowning that creamcheese is not sweet and the chocolate is semi sweet add a full cup of sugar. Also, make sure you crush 24 not 18 oreos (remove the middles and throw away) and use 3 tbs of BUTTER nothing else to the oreos. I also use the bakers chocolate chips not the bars, it melts 100 times faster, use the WHOLE BAG of chips. Wrap the spring form is foil and place in a cookie sheet filled with water to stop the cake from cracking. :) hope these tips help!
posted:
2/23/2005
I found this cheesecake to be too heavy for my taste. I also had to add additional sugar to keep it from being too bitter. It was very rich and the chocolate flavor was very good. I did use the pre-made Orea Crust and found that the filling was enough for two pies. I had an extra regular graham cracker crust which I used for the 2nd pie and my husband liked it better than the Oreo one because the Oreo crust and filling was too much chocolate (if there is such a thing!) or so he said.
posted:
2/19/2005
I thought this was great! I've never made a cheese cake before and this was easy. I didn't know if I was supposed to scrape the cream out of the Oreo's or not though. I left them in. I brought it to a party and everyone loved it!
posted:
2/17/2005
I used 2 packages of low fat cream cheese and one non-fat. I also used chocolate chips for the chocolate. I thought it was great. Mine fell in the middle like some people have said but I think that has to do with leaving it in the oven for too long. I added a little extra sugar because a lot of people said it wasn't sweet enough. I found another recipe almost exactly the same in the Kraft recipes and it called for 1 cup of sugar. I will make this again for sure!
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