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Cheesecake Brownies

Cheesecake Brownies recipe
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Brownie mix, prepare for your debut in cheesecake. (Bonus: Applesauce is making a surprise cameo appearance to help make this recipe a smart one.)
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
3/25/2007
I made this recipe and I love it!! Only thing I think I cut the cream cheese topping in too much I didn't get much of a marble effect. But, the taste was still there.
posted:
3/21/2007
The cheesecake brownie was so good! I have never had a brownie that was so moist and delicious.
posted:
3/10/2007
these were not good at all! the brownie was spongy and the cream cheese was rubbery. i always use lowfat cream cheese when cooking, this is the first time it came out that consistency. not sure why the recipe calls for flour, i've never used flour with cream cheese like that. would not reccomend, not worth the saved calories.
posted:
3/9/2007
I think these are pretty good, but could tell that they were a lower fat version. However, for a dessert that is nearly fat free, these are pretty tasty. I too may add vanilla to the cheesecake mixture next time. That part of the brownie needed a little more flavor.
posted:
2/27/2007
I wasn't overwhelmed by this. I thought it would be better than it was. I think I might try it with the oil instead of applesauce. I know it won't be as low-cal, but the brownie part was spongy and not as tasty. The low-fat cream cheese was great though. I also added vanilla to the cheesecake part and it was quite tasty. Just not a fan of the spongy brownie.
posted:
2/17/2007
this is a great recipe if you would like to indulge in a taste of cheesecake and chocolate. To make it even less in fat you should use low fat brownie mix it tastes just like a regular fat dessert but its not!!!!
posted:
2/10/2007
this is a really great recipe. i liek to keep them in the refrigerator and eat them cold. they are very fudgie and rich.
posted:
2/9/2007
I would suggest using 2 packages of cream cheese as one is just really not quite enough. Otherwise it tasted just fine.
posted:
1/22/2007
I made these for a cover dish at church. They were all gone -- no leftovers. One person ate three. One family member who does not like cheesecake did not like them. One person told me she liked the fact that they were not too rich and gooey as some brownies can be.
posted:
1/21/2007
These brownies were moist and chewy, and didn't taste low fat at all. They were a hit with the kids and adults in my family.
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