Recipe by EAGLE BRAND®
"Creamy chocolate cheesecake is baked in a graham cracker crust. Perfect for special occasions."
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butter or margarine, melted
1 1/4 cups
graham cracker crumbs
3 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, softened
1 (14 ounce) can
EAGLE BRAND® Sweetened Condensed Milk
semi-sweet chocolate chips, melted
I was able to "slim down" this recipe, and it still tasted great. I used light cream cheese, egg substitute, skim sweetened condensed milk, and smart balance spread instead of butter. I also used 60% cocoa bittersweet chips to take advantage of the dark chocolate hype. It did not crack, travelled well for the holidays and baked at exactly the time specifications.
I followed the recipe, but it didn't look anything like the picture. I'm not sure if maybe i messed up with the morsels, but all of them were on the bottom of the cheesecake, i may have done something wrong.
This recipe was good, but even better the second day. I am only giving it 4 stars because it is incredibly rich. Too much dessert after a meal, would be perfect if you were having company over for "just dessert". Very easy to make, I also divided it into 2 ready made graham cracker crust pies.
I made this cheesecake as a dessert for thanksgiving for those who dont like pumpkin pie, and trust me it was gone within minutes. Everyone loved it! Instead of using milk chocolate, i used white chocolate and followed the recipe completely and it was delicious. A piece of advice would be to bake the cheesecake in a water bath and do not open the oven door for at least two hours: this prevents it from cracking and ensures a smooth texture on top.
I took a shortcut and used two 9 inch ready made crusts and the filling was enough to fill both crusts to the very top. I added 1/4 cup coffee liquor and topped with a chocolate cream sauce. This is really good, but I won't serve this after a large meal like Thanksgiving dinner again, people just aren't in the mood for a rich heavy dessert like this after eating themselves sick. Even though it was delicious, I ended up throwing half of it out.
This is an amazing cheesecake. Thick and rich. However, the first time I made it, it billowed up, then sank in. It also had many cracks in it. There was also enough batter for about two cheesecakes that size. It still tasted amazing, though. But I thought to myself, "this recipe definitely needs a water bath, but it doesn't call for one." So the next time I made it, I used a 10 inch spring-form pan (recipe calls for 9 inch), then I greased the sides and the bottom of it (recipe says not to grease), I used a water bath (recipe doesn't mention anything about a water bath), I let it sit in the oven for an hour after the cooking time was up (recipe didn't call for that), and last but not least, I put a round pizza pan over it after I took it out, and let it sit for about 4 hours. The cheesecake ended up turning out perfect--taste wise and look wise. The reason why I only gave it 4 stars, is because the directions for this recipe are not good. Use a 10 inch spring form pan, grease the bottom and sides of it, use a water bath, let sit in the oven (door closed and heat off) for an hour after baking time is up, and put a round pizza pan (or cookie sheet) over it after taking it out; if you follow those directions, your cheesecake will turn out perfectly!
To Soloman...I think you were supposed to melt the chips before you put it in the mix. And cracks are normally caused by not mixing the cream cheese very well, or the temperature and timing not being exact. It's tough to make a perfect cheesecake. Delicious recipe! Thank you.
Can anyone say "Heaven in a springform?!?!?" Oh, I can, my mom can, and my dear husband can. Oh, Lord...it was to die for!!!!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 352
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