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Triple-Berry Cheesecake Tart

Triple-Berry Cheesecake Tart recipe
photo by:kraft
When you layer a cookie crust with cream cheese filling and fresh berries, a little fanfare is required. If you don't have a pedestal, be ready with a hearty "Ta-da!"
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
3/15/2008
This tart was a big hit even with my 9 year old nephew! So easy and delish! The jello has to be added at the right time - before it starts to get clumpy.
posted:
1/31/2008
My Jello was lumpy, but I'll definitely make it again, because it really is so pretty, but I'll leave off the Jello.
posted:
1/2/2008
I made this for New Year's Eve and it went in a heartbeat! At first, no one wanted to cut into it because it looked so beautiful. That changed with the first bite and my company was on the torte like vultures!!
posted:
10/1/2007
The main thing with this recipe is just to catch your jello before it begins to lump; while it's still in liquid form, but not hot. When I made this, I not only thought it was awesome, but it was very pretty. I have come back to this as a very good no-bake cheeseckae. I love cheesecake and to make them, I thought this one was fairly easy and a nice bang for flavor. If you do not make cheesecakes normally, it might seen difficult, but would recommend trying it, IT IS GREAT!
posted:
9/5/2007
Mine did not turn out like the picture either, the jello got very lumpy & the cream cheese did not settle very well. The flavor was good, I would just make some motifications next time
posted:
9/5/2007
This tart tasted very good, but mine didn't look half as pretty as the picture. My whole point in making it was so I would have a nice desert that looked fancy for having company. I don't think I will make it again because it was a little bit labor intensive. If I were to make it again I wouldn't put as many ice cubes in the jello - it ended up getting too thick and went on gloppy.
posted:
8/13/2007
Everyone loved the crust. I skipped the Jello and used raspberry jam melted down on the stovetop instead. Delicious!
posted:
8/12/2007
Our bridge club had another outdoor cookout. Everyone brought something. I made the Triple Berry Cheesecake Tart but I made 2 of them as the club has about 40 people. It was a huge hit with everyone and it was all gone in no time. I had to e-mail everyone the recipe the next day. It was so easy to make-thanks--Gloria
posted:
8/8/2007
I used peach jello, but I agree...skip the jello. It looks prettier without it!
posted:
8/8/2007
Skip the lemon jello - instead add a package of instant lemon pudding to the cream cheese mixture.
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