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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.
20 min
50 min
24 servings
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Fantastic. I shared with other family members not living with me. Everyone agrees that this is delicious. I will make again for my use and also for church socials. Yum, Yum.
I also used more than the recommended amount of preserves & blueberries and it turned out great, everyone loved it
This was so easy to make and everyone enjoyed it. I made half the recipe and put it in a large tart pan. We just cut it into wedges. I also used more than the recommended amount of preserves and blueberries. It's a great dessert because it's a taste of cheesecake without all the heaviness.
My family loved these bars including my 4 year old. They were very easy to make and the taste was excellent. I used a 12 ounce jar of preserves and it worked fine. I will make these all the time.
Instead of blueberries, I used strawberries for this recipe. I also had to use more than 6 tbs of butter. I brought it into work and everyone loved it.
Great recipe. I made this for a church pitch-in and it went over well. I increased the preserves to 12oz instead of 10oz (just used the entire jar) and also increased the fresh blueberries to 1 pint. It helps to microwave the preserves about 20 seconds to make it runny and easier to spread. It also took just a little longer than the 30 min to bake. I plan to make this recipe again.
The recipe was good. I didn't go crazy over it or anything. It wasn't blow me away. I won't make it again simply because no one else I know likes blueberries. Also, more butter is needed for the crust. It wasn't enough to bind all the crumbs together.
I found that not having sweetened berries was a turn off. I used pie filling instead of the fresh berries and the jam. Works like a charm ! And you can find just about any flavor of pie fruit filling you want - without worrying if your fruit is too sweet or too bitter! :)
not enough cheesecake on top, and the 10oz jar of jam had a hard enough time spreading all the way to the sides of the pan let alone if I had used the 8oz that was used in the recipe. Has lots of potential but will alter the recipe....
I love cheescake in general so this is a very easy, and quick way to get that soam cheesecake taste.
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