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Easy Brownie-Bottom Cinnamon-Orange Latte Cheesecake

Easy Brownie-Bottom Cinnamon-Orange Latte Cheesecake recipe
photo by:kraft
Please both the brownie fans and the cheesecake lovers in one fell swoop with this gloriously creamy dessert.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 30 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
12/21/2005
A tip for making the appearance of this recipe more desirable; cut the bars using a warmed knife. Simply dip the knife blade into a coffee mug filled with hot water frequently, and wipe the knife blade with paper towels between each cut. You will be amazed with the results! Your bars will look like they came from an up-scale bakery!
posted:
12/21/2005
Tasted great but next time I will not use the foil. I baked it until the middle was almost set, put it in the fridge for 4+ hours and didn't realize until after I attempted to cut it that it had not baked entirely in the middle. The foil was unneccesary in my opinion because it stuck to most of the brownie and pulled it off when trying to lift a piece after being cut. I will make it again but this recipe definitely needs some tweeking.
posted:
12/20/2005
When I put the cream cheese mix on the partially baked brownie the whole thing melted and became a blend of brownie and cheesecake. I completed the recipe as directed and it turned out marbled. It was very tasy but the middle of the pan had to be thrown out..too mushy. Next time I wil try baking the brownie longer and cooling it before adding the cream cheese mix.
posted:
12/20/2005
This is a very simple recipe. I added walnuts to the brownies. It went over big at my dinner party.
posted:
12/20/2005
I have made this recipe twice since November. It was a hit both times. It is easy, keeps well and tastes great. I agree with baking the brownie a little longer than the recipe calls for. A sure new favorite for any recipe box.
posted:
12/20/2005
ABSOLUTE DISASTER!!! Definitly not worth the $ or time, and didn't even taste that great. I was so disappointed. Cutting into pieces and getting off the foil was a total nightmare, I had to throw most of it away because of how the appearance changed into a sloppy mess, while trying to cut into pieces. I actually thought the picture must have been airbrushed to look nice because I am a good baker and cook, and mine didn't resemble the nice neat photo that came along with the recipe. Sure wish I didn't waste the $.
posted:
12/20/2005
I made this recipe a couple weeks ago and got rave reviews from my guests! I even made it a second time for another function the next weekend! Putting it in the fridge like the recipe instructs really helped getting it off the foil easily. It was a little challenging cutting it without messing up the drizzle on top, but next time I will cut it immediately while the drizzle is still soft. It is now a permanent recipe in my collection! ~Charis
posted:
12/20/2005
I was nervous to make this receipe after reading the reviews, but I wanted to at least try it and I am glad that I did. After reading the previous comments I opted to bake my brownie almost the full length of time it says on the box and it turned out very well. Make sure to check it before the full 40 minutes because mine was turning brown on the sides at 35 minutes.
posted:
12/19/2005
A total mess! The brownie bottom didn't cook in the center and I left it in longer than the recipe called for before adding the cheesecake part. We ended up scraping the brownie part off and tossing it so we could eat the cheesecake. I will not be making this again.
posted:
12/19/2005
I had a lot of difficulty with the brownie as well. Most of it was all gooey and uncooked except for 8 pieces I was able to salvage around the edge. I also hated using the foil. It sounded like a good idea, but its a pain. It causes a lot of grief and messed up the dessert to get it off b/c you cant easily slide anything under the brownie.
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