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PHILADELPHIA Chocolate Cheesecakes for Two

PHILADELPHIA Chocolate Cheesecakes for Two recipe
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You share everything, but this time dessert is your own. Make mini cheesecakes for you and your sweetie…two rich and creamy treats plus two forks for a delicious ever-after.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
2 hr 10 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
2/16/2007
I made this for Valentine's Day and my husband and I really liked it. However, next time I will crush the oreos and mix with a little melted butter to make an actual crust (the cookie was just too hard to break). And don't dust with cocoa/powdered sugar until just before serving otherwise it sort of disintegrates (but still tastes great). An easy no-bake cheesecake.
posted:
2/15/2007
It was the perfect Valentine's Day treat. I substituted mini Oreos to make more of a "crust". It turned out great.
posted:
2/15/2007
This was a disaster. I thawed the whipped topping overnight in the fridge and when I went to use it, it was all watery. So I bought new stuff that was still half frozen and when I went to mix it, the entire recipe stuck together in the whisk!!!! It looked all clumpy and goopy and I had to throw it out. I'd like to try it again but I need to find a way for it to mix better. It looks sooooo yummy!
posted:
2/14/2007
Very easy and very good. I used a whole block of cream cheese and put 4 x's the other ingredients and it made 12 good size cup cakes. This makes a very rich dessert, so it is ok to make them on the small side.
posted:
2/14/2007
I made these tonight!!!! So, so, so easy and so, so, so GOOD!!!!! I will definetely make these again!
posted:
2/10/2007
I'm having a family get together and would like to make a larger batch, could someone figure out how much of the ingredients I would need, please. I'm not real good a that sort of thing, but I love to make different desserts.
posted:
2/5/2007
It will be even less calories if you use the new sugar free oreo's
posted:
2/5/2007
I can hardly wait to make these little gems for my spouse! Thank you for sharing! I know that they will be great!
posted:
2/5/2007
I made this recipe to test out for valentine's day. I made it with fat free cream cheese (since there is no baking you don't have to worry about it not setting up) and fat free cool whip. Each cake was 188 calories! So a savings of over 100 calories per cake. I do prefer the taste and texture of 'real' cheesecake over no-bake types, but I do have to say that this recipe is better than some no-bakes that I have tried.
posted:
2/5/2007
My now deceased Aunt used to make these little cheesecakes for her church and they donated them to the prisoners in jail. I LOVED these desserts, which she gave us at Christmas but, unfortunately, did not get the recipe before she died. How can I make a larger batch of these than just two?
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