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I made these for Thanksgiving (cdn) yesterday and they were well received. I am new to baking cheesecake, though, so I mistrusted the direction to cook for 20-30 min. I checked at 30 and left them in 10 more min., so they ended up slightly dry. My only change would be to bake them in a 7x11 pan instead of a 13x9. This way, the cheesecake layer would be thicker and less like a cookie bar. Thanks for the post!
For bakers who aren't too familiar with cheesecake, like myself, it would be much more helpful if the recipe included instructions that help you avoid lumps! My batter turned out lumpy when I followed the instructions, and I had to look to other websites to see what I did wrong. Otherwise, the flavors are great.
I thought this was wonderful. I made it for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it. Just a note of caution - don't cut this in our pan. It holds together nicely when you lift-up the parchment. Cut it on a cutting board.
Mmmmm. Very good recipe. I reduced the crust cook-time to 5 minutes, because 15 made it turn out hard as a rock the first time.
Can't say anthing about the filling (haven't tried it) but this crust became the staple for all my holiday cheesecakes, it is amazing!
Very good! I'm thinking about making this again in place of the traditional pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner. Defintely will make again!
I have made this dessert before and it was soooooo good! I could have eaten the whole thing!