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PHILLY Brownie Cheesecake

PHILLY Brownie Cheesecake recipe
photo by:kraft
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.
15 min
6 hr 5 min
16 servings
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The recipe came out good, my friends and family especially the kids loved the chocolate brownie base. I will definitely do it again.
I made this for an office party, and it was a hit. Everyone was asking for the recipe. I will definitely be making this again.
It was great! Everyone loves it!!
These were okay, but there was alot going on. These cheesecake and brownie parts were competing with each other. My family ate them, but I probably will not make them again.
the brownie didnt cook all the way, but we didnt care, it was so good we ate it all anyways!
Delicious! The center of the brownie did not bake completely, so I ended up throwing half of it away. The part we did eat was great though!
This is my go to dessert for holidays. Everyone loves this cake and always beg me to make it!
i would love to make this cake but my question is what is honey maid. I need your help inorder for me to try to bake.
Made it for a Bacherlett Party! Everyone one loved it and they kept going back for more. I used fudge brownie, used the box with the spoon on the front. Tips: I cooked the brownies @ 350 degrees for 25 min and put the eggs in one at a time and hand mixed it till the egg disappeared. Do the same for the cheese cake part. I changed the Temp. back to 325 for baking the cheese cake exactly 40 min. Came out Perfect. I also used Parchment paper on the bottom of my pan and buttered the sides completely. :) Watching Kraft's video online about cheese cakes also helped. They gave pointers about breaking the cream cheese up into cubes before mixing. :)
I made this recipe by using the Kraft published booklet that was mailed to my house. It turned out that the brownie did NOT completely bake (center was not done at all) The book version indicated to bake the brownie layer for 15 minutes. Obviously, a misprint. The center was horrible. I served this to my co-workers & had to throw away the center section. I looked up the recipe on this website to discover that the brownie portion was suppose to bake for a good 25 minutes. I will make this again, but use the website recipe version instead. I will also bake the brownie base a good 30 minutes before pouring the cheesecake layer on it.
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