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Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

Blueberry Cheesecake Bars recipe
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Go ahead, set the bar higher! This crowd-pleasing dessert features juicy blueberries and creamy cheesecake on a graham cracker crust.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
6/26/2005
Delicious, and I don't even care for blueberries very much. The second time I made it I used blackberries with blackberry jam. Wow! It's great! I can't wait to try substituting strawberries and strawberry jam. I'll also use the parchment paper suggestion to keep the crusts looking pretty - the first piece is difficult to get out of the pan.
posted:
6/25/2005
This recipe was easy to make and everyone loved it. Definitely would make it again.
posted:
6/25/2005
I made this for company and it was a real hit. The pan was gone in no time. I'm planning on making it again real soon.
posted:
6/23/2005
This recipe is a wonderful way to rev up the flavor of cheesecake with the wonderful flavor of fresh blueberries. You can also substitue your favorite jam and fresh fruit.
posted:
6/22/2005
Easy and very good. I used blueberry pie filling instead of realy blueberrys and jelly filling. Everyone loved it.
posted:
6/22/2005
Easy to make! Great taste! The only jar of blueberry jam I could find was a 10 oz. jar. I used all of it anyway. The crust was crumbly when trying to spread the jam, and crumbly when serving the finished bars. I'm wondering about baking the crust for a few minutes before adding the filling ingredients next time - perhaps it would be less crumbly. <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ Refrigerate the crust while preparing the cheesecake filling. This will firm up the butter in the crust and reduce the crumbliness. >>>
posted:
6/22/2005
I made this recipe for my girlfriends son graduation party, it was a hit. My next ginny pigs are my co-workers.
posted:
6/20/2005
I made this for a small family gathering and took the leftovers to work the next day. It was a big hit all around. Will definitely have to make this again!
posted:
6/20/2005
A great summertime dessert recipe!! I did change the directions, however, for my own use: * I only had 1 1/2 c. graham cracker crumbs, but that made enough crust for my use; I also mixed the crumbs with the butter prior to lining the pan with them. *The smallest jar I could find was 10-oz of blueberry fruit spead, so I used that--spreading it with my fingers worked like a charm! *I used a whole pint of blueberries instead of just one cup. Yum! I can't wait to make this recipe again, and use other fruits with it!!
posted:
6/20/2005
I made this for my friends at work and they all loved it. I will make it again soon. I did use more butter with the graham cracker crumbs and also a little non-stick spray at the bottom of the pan, which made it very easy to get the cut bars out of the pan.
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