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This is a great cheesecake recipe! Very creamy and delicious. A couple suggestions: only use 1/2 a teaspoon of cinnamon as it is a very potent spice and 2 whole teaspoons makes the crust extremely sweet. You can also use natural unsweetened strawberries either frozen or fresh and the cheesecake tastes just as good!
My Husband and i LOVED this Cheesecake! and this comes from a me whose not a cheesecake lover. i made it cause i wanted to use up the strawberries we had and i was not expecting it to be so great but i fell in love. Followed all directions:) and directed this page to many other woman asking for the recipe thank you so much!
I followed the recipe almost exactly...I did bake the crust for 7 min. at 300 degrees and then let it cool. I also made sure to use my ingredients at (almost) room temperature and after pouring it in the spring-pan I let it rest for about 5 minutes to let the bubbles rise. I baked it for 65 minutes then left it in the oven (off) for another hour then put it (uncovered and still in the pan) in the fridge until the next evening. The crust was crisp and delicious & a great contrast to the creamy cheesecake. Everyone loved the strawberry sauce in the middle and the extra swirled on top!
I have used this reciepe many times, it always turns out awesome. Love it, I have altered it a few times and made other variations like blueberry, caramel applea, and maple bacon it all turns out great.
this is an awesome recipe!! i did change a few things but it was really very good. the only things i changed was i did use store bought graham cracker crust, and it made 2 cakes! i also used raspberry pie filling! so i kind of cheated but the cheesecake part stayed the same and everyone raved about it! i will be using it again
Made this twice- first time the box of unopened graham cracker crumbs smelled a little "funny", but I kept going. Ended up throwing it out and now I make my own crumbs from whole graham crackers. Only change was to leave some of the strawberries out of the puree to use on top of the cheesecake when serving. My husband loved it!
I love this recipe. The cheesecake is creamy and delicious and it's easy to make it look beautiful with those strawberry swirls. I followed the advice and cut back on the cinnamon in the crust to 1/2 tsp. and it was plenty. NOTE: one of those cellophane packs of honey maid grahams produced exactly 1-1/4 cup crumbs. Will definitely make this one again. Thanks for the recipe!