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Chocolate Chunk Cheesecake

Chocolate Chunk Cheesecake recipe
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Reviewers say friends and family thought this chocolatey cheesecake was better than a restaurant's version. You'll have to remind everyone it's homemade!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
4 hr 45 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
3/10/2004
Very good! It is a bit chocolatey though. I would use less chocolage next time and make sure you chop them up into very small pieces.
posted:
3/1/2004
YUMMY!!!Can't talk eatin' cheesecake!!
posted:
2/25/2004
Never having made a cheesecake before, I was nervous to make this, but I was more then pleasantly surprised. It turned out delicious. I did follow the advice of a previous review and used 2 less squares of chocolate in the batter. It still had a nice chocolate flavor without between overly chocolaty or sweet. The presenation was great and I would definately make it again.
posted:
2/8/2004
I have used two Neuschaftel cheese and one cream cheese instead of the three cream cheese to reduce the fat a little. It takes about 10 minutes longer to cook, but the flavor is just as good without the extra fat.
posted:
1/26/2004
I thought that the cheesecake was about the best i have ever tasted. it was rich and so creamy! i made it for chirstmas and there was not a drop left. however i agree with the one woman who said next time she was going to buy chunked chocolate in bags because it is quite hard to chop the chocolate with a chopper by hand.
posted:
1/22/2004
This was soooo scrumptious! I got lots of compliments when I took it to book club last night! I used ALL the chocolate, but added about 4 Oreos to the crust, because my crust didn't quite cover my pan (which is 9 3/4 inches in diameter, not 9). It looks so fancy! I'm not sure about the prep time being 10 minutes, though. I have a Pampered Chef food chopper, and the baking chocolate was still quite a bear to chop. If I were to do it again, I might buy chocolate chunks in the bags. The prep took me around 30 mins, then you bake it around an hour, and then you have to let it cool, then you do the topping, which is around 15 more minutes.
posted:
1/20/2004
I REALLY enjoyed this cheesecake. I did however use two less chocolate chunks as sasses had said she would when she made it again. For us it was just the right amount. I made this for my husband for his birthday as he wanted a cheesecake instead of a normal cake. He said it's the best cheesecake he has ever had. Sure made me feel happy.
posted:
12/31/2003
When I make this again I would use two less squares of chcolate for my taste the chocolate overpowered the tasye of the cheese cake. Definetly worth trying
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