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PHILLY Brownie Cheesecake

PHILLY Brownie Cheesecake recipe
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Why compromise? Have your (cheese)cake and eat a brownie, too—in a single dessert. Philly Cream Cheese makes it delectably creamy and totally foolproof.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 5 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
6/15/2006
What a treat! These cheesecake squares are delicious. Just the right amount of chocolate, creaminess, and sweetness. Definitely a recipe to save and make again.
posted:
5/25/2006
Delicious!! But as with some of the others rating here, I did have problems with the brownie sticking at the bottom. I used wax paper sprayed with cooking spray and the brownie still stuck. Luckily, the wax paper peeled off easily after I cut the cake into 2X3 pieces. I will probably make this in a spring form pan next time to make serving easier.
posted:
5/12/2006
BAKE BROWNIE LAYER LONGER. brownie layer was still runny. next time i will make sure to bake the brownie layer for about 20 minutes apossed to 15. otherwise, the tase was exremely good :] my friend enjoyed it as her birthday "cake".
posted:
5/10/2006
DO NOT USE FOIL ! The taste was good , however the cheesecake stuck to the foil like cement! I think next time, just spray pan. Overall taste, good.
posted:
5/7/2006
dont use the foil. it works fine with non-stick spary.
posted:
5/5/2006
The flavor of these brownies was excellent. The recipe suggests that you line the pan with foil. It also says to spray with nonstick spray. I did both of these things. The brownies were impossible to get out of the pan. The foil stuck to the bottom of the brownie. The brownies part was very gooey and moist. I am looking at the picture and my brownies looked like they had been thrown around the room after I cut them. They need to give suggestions on how to cut them and get them out of the pan so that they look like something you would like to serve.
posted:
5/3/2006
I made the recipe and when it was done I could not even cut through the brownie. I was upset I had brought it to my niece's house for a party.
posted:
4/28/2006
This recipe was extremly simple! I would suggest placing parchment paper in the foil liner to make extra sure that the brownies don't stick. I also used canned canola oil spray with the flour included.
posted:
4/22/2006
Cake did not get done in the allolated time. I baked it 10 extra minutes, 5 for the base and 5 for the cheesecake. Cake was not set in the middle as per the directions. I cooled it according to directions and got it out of the pan. It stuck to the aluminum foil, so I had to cut the cake in quarters to peel off the foil. The cake was still not done in the center. After the chocolate drizzle cooled, it was impossible to cut without cracking the chocolate. I had to use a knife rinsed in hot water inbetween each cut. I live at 5000 ft and used teh high altitude directions. I am a highly experienced baker. I have a superb recipe for choclate espresso cheesecake bars (from scratch) which I am willing to share with anyone who wants to write me.
posted:
4/8/2006
This cake is great for get togethers. Kids will love it. You can also add walnuts to the brownie, or even a little bit of raspberry jam/jelly. Instead of put chocolate on the cheese cake swerl it in the cake to make it look like marble. It looks great. Sometimes one pack is not enough. Careful putting to much brownie. Have fun will it.
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