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Praline Cheesecake

Praline Cheesecake recipe
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Pralines and cream—in the form of a cheesecake. Drizzled with caramel, this easy-to-make, gorgeous dessert is a guaranteed winner!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
6 hr 10 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
11/28/2005
FABULOUS...I made it for my family(extended 30+) for Thanksgiving and doubled the reciepe. Thank goodness that I did. Although there were other desserts this was the HIT of the party. Everyone loved it. I have three request to make it again for XMAS. I added crushed pecans to the crust, and a little extra butter. This has become my favorite specialty cheesecake recipe. TIP: It works fine in a glass Pirex. I didn't have a springform pan.
posted:
11/26/2005
Tastes great and looks beautiful
posted:
11/26/2005
great dessert, you can add a few mini morsels and have a turtle cheese cake. Made this for thanksgiving to carry to church, and relatives and did not bring much back home. People wanted the recipe.
posted:
11/25/2005
I read the other comments and i have to say that mine didnt tun out that bad. What i did differently was i didnt cook the carmel i put it on dead last. My cookies on ther hand were a little different, because it said to cook the cheesecake for 45 min or so, it didnt seem done after that, so i cooked it longer, and my cookies just started turning darker and darker. But after that i set it over night, took it out for dinner and melted the carmel...turned out great.
posted:
11/25/2005
My family thought it was a professional cheesecake. It looked and tasted absloutely fantastic. I didn't microwave the caramels and milk though, I did it on the stove top and toasted the pecans myself. It couldn't have been easier to make and I am now the star in the family!
posted:
11/25/2005
Well this cheesecake was great I just made it for Thanksgiving, the only thing bad about it was that the caramel made it hard for me to cut the cake..and my Nilla wafers didn't even come out like in the picture they turned into the color of the crust so it didn't even show...other than that appearance it was great i must say!
posted:
11/24/2005
How in the world are you expected to cut that caramel topping? It hardens immediately! It looks beautiful; my family was totally impressed and anxious to taste the lovely creation. But what a disappointment to find it impossible to cut! Then we found that following the recipe exactly left the center unfinished as far as cooking. It looked like it was "almost set" so I stopped cooking at 47 min., but when we cut into it (sans the caramel frisbee we had to remove), it wasn't set in the center. It tasted ok, but the texture was wrong. Never again for this one!
posted:
11/23/2005
I loved this recipe! I made it for a school event and it was a hit! Since then I have made it three times. It's great!
posted:
11/21/2005
I'm SOO not a cook, hehe, and this is the first time I've EVER made a cheesecake, so I was very scared to do it, thinking I would totally ruin it, but it was just the opposite! It turned out just like the picture and tasted as good as it looked. It's soo good that I have 2 more occasions I'm making it for! It's YUMMY! I think everyone should try and make it.
posted:
11/21/2005
Made it for a party I had last night and am making another one for my daughters office pot luck. Easy to make and tastes great too!
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