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Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

Blueberry Cheesecake Bars recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
7/12/2006
I used blackberries instead and left out the jelly/jam. Very good. I can not keep a pan of this in the house for more than 2 days.
posted:
7/10/2006
I used crushed vanilla wafers for the crust and wild blueberry pie filling instead of jam. It was superb and my family loved it. I would definitely make it a lot. Thinking of using pineapple or cherries also to see how it works out.
posted:
7/5/2006
For me it was not very good. Maybe it was because it was blueberry.
posted:
7/5/2006
These bars are delicious! I made them for the 4th of July for my family and they were a big hit. The one drawback that I have is that they didn'tt look as pretty as they taste. I would definitely try to use fresh blueberries. Also, I took the previous suggestion and used blackberry preserves instead and I would never change.
posted:
7/2/2006
Everyone loved this dessert & all the kids wanted seconds.
posted:
7/2/2006
Already made this 2x's in less than a week! I made it low-fat......2 blocks of low fat cream cheese, sugarless (sugar substitue) blackberry jam (tastes incredible, won't go back to the blueberry), low-fat cinnamon sugar graham crackers (could use plain low fat ones as well), cholest. free eggs, and only a tad over a 1/2 cup of sugar. It was fabulous both times and I had at least 6 people request the recipe - 2 have already made it this week as well and followed the substitutions I made. It's great and I can't imagine it tasting any better, plus it's soooo much healthier!
posted:
6/20/2006
Can you say gone in 60 seconds? Cheesecake Factory eat your heart out! I am very picky about my cheesecake and was a little worried about how this one would actually come out, but all those worries were gone with the first bite. This cheesecake should come with a warning: do not make unless you have company coming over-you will eat the whole entire thing by yourself! Really good recipe. Thanks!
posted:
6/3/2006
I chose this recipe because we LOVE blueberries and cheescake in this house* I changed a few things. I used 8T butter (to hold grahams together better), 20 oz of blueberry reduced sugar preserves which is also easier to spead because it is thinner than regular preserves(Trader joes brand) because I think jam overall is too sweet. I put 1/2 preserves then a whole pint of fresh blueberries and then spread the other half over that. I also added 1T lemon juice to the cheescake mixture when I added the vanilla (I do this for all my cheescake recipes it adds to the flavor). If you make the crust first and let it sit in the fridge for at least 30 minutes then you shouldn't have a problem with the crust coming up on you as you spread the preserves. Very good can't wait to try it with other fruit combos!
posted:
5/28/2006
I wasn't real sure about this recipe at first because I'm not a big blueberry fan, but it's fantastic! I made this recipe for a cookout and everyone that tried it...loved it! Including myself! It's a perfect mixture of ingredients that keeps the blueberries from becoming over- powering. Great recipe for all ages! Thanks Kraft!!
posted:
5/27/2006
one of my favorite recipes. family & friends call this...one of my better recipes.
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