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Spiced Pumpkin Cheesecake

Spiced Pumpkin Cheesecake recipe
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Fluffy pumpkin cheesecake with a buttery gingersnap crust: If this doesn't make you change your holiday pie tradition, nothing will.
15 min
6 hr 45 min
16 servings
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made it for my family they loved it my sister and cousin was fighting over who got to take it home.
It was ok but sort of bland. Tastes more like regular old cheesecake than pumkin spice cheesecake, it needed a little more pumpkin and maybe less cream cheese. It came out too thick!! I would make it again but would try different things with it and see how it turns out.
This was a great treat. I really like the pumpkin cheesecake instead of regular pumpkin pie. It seemed to take some of the kick of the spice that you get from regular pumpkin pie away. I made it twice in 3 days for 2 different parties.
I made this for a Halloween party and everyone loved it but found it VERY heavy. Small pieces are key!! It was quite tasty but is huge, so it feeds a ton of people!
This was the best pumpkin cheese cake. Everyone still raves about it
this is my new son in laws favorite cheesecake for thanksgiving dinner. he has even called and asked me to make one for just him. i love it.
I made this recipe for the holidays to try something different (especially since it combined my husbands favorite desserts: pumpkin pie and cheesecake). It was a HUGE hit. We had friends over and everybody was fitting as to who got to take the left over pie home (I made several)*smile*. I will definitely be making it again!
Great flavor. It could use a little more pumpkin flavor to it though. Also, I agree with using a larger pan. There is no way this batter will fit into a 9-inch pan. I also made the crust with graham crackers and walnuts which came out very good.
Made it in place of pumpkin pie for Xmas. Outstanding!! My "9-inch" pan is really 9.5 inches diameter, and I think it's an absolute minimum size for the bowlful of batter that this recipe yields. It filled my 2.5-inch high pan to within 1/2 inch of the top. Next time I will either use the next larger size pan or reduce the recipe to 3 bricks of cream cheese and the other ingredients commensurately.
This was wonderful! I didn't even get my own piece! My family devoured it at Thanksgiving!!! The only taste I got was from a crumb that fell off while cutting it. I am making it again for Christmas dinner this time and looking forward to finally getting my own piece!
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