Black Forest Cheesecakes

Black Forest Cheesecakes

"As sure as chocolate and cherries go together, so do my family's Yuletides and these no-fuss cheesecakes."
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40 m servings
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Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. Remove cookie top from each sandwich cookie; crush and set aside. Place cream-topped cookies in foil-lined muffin cups, cream side up. In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, cocoa and vanilla until fluffy. Beat in eggs until blended. Fill muffin cups three-fourths full. Sprinkle 1/4 cup reserved cookie crumbs over top (discard remaining crumbs or save for another use). Bake at 325 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until set. Cool completely. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Just before serving, top each cheesecake with about 2 tablespoons of pie filling. Top with a dollop of whipped topping.

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I tried to use paper muffin liners instead of foil because that is what I had on hand - the paper stuck to the cheesecakes. If it weren't for that, they would have been very good.

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These looked nice and were easy to make, but as another reviewer mentioned, the base had the texture of a soggy cookie. I think I prefer the usual method of crushing the cookies, mixing with me...

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I tried to use paper muffin liners instead of foil because that is what I had on hand - the paper stuck to the cheesecakes. If it weren't for that, they would have been very good.

Super easy & tasty! These are perfect little dessert treats for a chocolate, cheesecake, & oreo lover like myself. I halved the recipe (it's just 2 of us around here) for a 6-count muffin pan ...

I made three dozen of these for my office holiday party. People were approaching me for days afterwards telling me how fabulous they were! I ended up making another batch for Christmas dessert...

These are absolute perfection! If I had to choose my last meal on earth it would be these. I crushed the oreos, added melted butter and pressed into the muffin cups for the base. (Just cos I'...

These were easy. Very good...however, I worried the pie filling was too sweet with everything else, so I added a few fresh raspberries on top...no pie filling. They looked pretty and tasted gr...

I didn't realize how tart cherry pie filling is. I wish I had sweetened it before putting it on top of the cheesecakes. Other than that, they were really good. Next time, I may just top them ...

did not top with cherries, rather with chopped p/b cups and whip cream - work so great in my demarle pan!

This was my first attempt ever at cheesecake. I think they are amazing! I had bought raspberries to top them, but was unable to use them. The mini cheesecakes were FINE without any topping at al...

Based on the taste of the batter, I was expecting these to be amazing....they were really good, but I wasn't 100% impressed. I like the change to chocolate from the regular plain mini-cheesecak...

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