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Bananas Foster Cheesecake Squares

Bananas Foster Cheesecake Squares recipe
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Bananas Foster is standard fancy restaurant fare. But our cheesecake squares taste just as yummy—and take only 20 minutes to prep.
20 min
3 hr 50 min
24 servings, 1 square each
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Everybody loved it. Tastes exactly like Bananas Foster. I used honey grahams instead of the wafers, spiced rum instead of extract and a whole stick of butter for the crust. I did not use the banana garnish because I didnt think it was really needed. This tastes great the next day but the presentation is prettier the day its made because the caramel sauce starts to break down a little.
I loved it but the rest of the family did not. Next time I will use less pineapple or maybe swap it out with strawberries or even both. I did however top it off with chocolate syrup.
yummy yummy
Everyone raved about this dessert. Very rich!!
This was absolutely delicious! I made this for a party and everyone couldn't get enough of it, especially my daughter! I wouldn't change a thing for this recipe; however, since I was rushed for time, I had to cheat and use caramel sauce in a jar instead making the sauce from scratch - it was still wonderful! Now I have to get busy sending the recipe to everyone who requested it from the party! Try it, you'll love it!
I found this recipe at the grocery store near the Nilla wafers, and took a chance. It is terrific! You definitely need a good 30 mins to assemble the ingredients and soften the cream cheese & butter, but after that it is easy. Personal note: have an extra TB of butter available as the cookie crust was too dry without it. Add the milk gradually to the caramels, I thought it was a little soupy after I added it all at once, so I added a few more caramels to make up the difference. The rum extract can be cut in half for just a hint of flavor, but don't omit really makes it taste like real bananas foster. Just made this for an unplanned sunday barbeque, and EVERYONE had a piece, that's even better than chocolate! Yum!
My family loved this recipe. I couldn't find the rum at the store and almost made it without it-- I'm sooo glad I didn't -- the rum extract really gave it the best flavor! I will be making this again real soon. Be sure to cut into squares after you cover with caramel or it will be too hard.
the family really enjoyed it.
I would make it again, but with less rum extract. The flavor was too strong for us. Otherwise, it was great!
very good! Do not put on carmel until ready to serve.
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