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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:
11/21/2009
This is absolutely an awesome recipe! I have made this a million times and every single time everyone who has eaten it, loved it. I have people ask me how to make it, to send the recipe, make it for them etc! This is 100% a holiday winner (or anytime for that matter)! If someone does not think this is a good recipe they either- dont like brownies, dont like cheesecake or didnt make it correctly!
posted:
10/14/2009
It was FANTABULOUS! <3 Thank you for providing such an awesome recipe!
posted:
9/18/2009
I have made this recipe a few times and I get great reviews. I already have orders for the holidays.
posted:
9/6/2009
Everytime I make this recipes I always get rave reviews. I cut up the cake into bit size pieces and placed them into muffin liners for ease at gatherings. 1st time I made them everyone asked what bakery did I get them from.
posted:
9/5/2009
This is a favorite for us who love chocolate & cheesecake!!! It's a family favorite. Take your time and don't overcook the brownies.
posted:
8/8/2009
I've made this a couple of times and it has always turned out well. It isn't my favorite, but it fills a craving for two different groups with the brownie and the cheesecake. I've even made it in 2 8X8's and I've frozen one after. I had to cut my cook time slightly, but I just had to pay attention. Follow the directions and don't over cook it and you won't be disappointed. If your oven temperature may be off, get a thermometer and it will be just fine. Most bad reviews I've seen have been from people who have overcooked it and that is the error of the cook, not the recipe.
posted:
7/27/2009
I was a little dissapointed here. I have made MANY cheesecakes in my day so I found this one and thought it sounded delicious and fairly simple. I bought the ingredients and then started having second thoughts so I came and read the reviews. A lot of the reviews were negative and I wish I could come here and disagree with them but I can't. The brownie was like a chocolate brick and ANYONE who has ever made cheesecake knows this much could never bake in 40 minutes. Even a small cheesecake takes an hour at least. I ended up baking it for about an hour and half, probably what caused the brownies to be so firm but I had to bake the cheesecake through. In the end the top was delicious the bottom went in the trash, I probably will never attempt this recipe again...
posted:
6/3/2009
I have made this recipe like thousands times and still make it! The reviews you'll get from family and friends will be great!
posted:
4/9/2009
I made this recipe tonight to bring up to my boyfriend's mothers for Easter. i haven't tried it yet but it looks & smelled great! i left the sour cream out and everything still came out fine. i will be making this again especially if it is a hit this weekend!
posted:
3/20/2009
I have made these several times and each time they are fantastic!I made them when I visited family and they were fighting over them!The drawback to the recipe is the cheesecake top separates from the brownie bottom when you go to serve them.This makes them difficult to store.
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