Apple Caramel Cheesecake Bars
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 25 min. + chilling
Very Good! The other reviews made me feel better about it being time consuming and messy. It's worth it in the end. I have made this several times and the key is finely chopped apples. Make sure to grease dish well. It will stick! Usually I think of a rich dessert having chocolate, this is rich too!
We LOVED these. They do take a little bit of time to make but well worth the effort! This recipe is a keeper.
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I made this using some tweaks as others suggested. I used cinnamon in the crust. And I didn't use caramel topping. The crust was the least favorite part of this recipe. I found the crust a bit weird looking and wholly weak to support the cheesecake and toppings. This was a super sweet dessert even without the caramel. I personally think cutting down on the sugar in both the streusel and cheesecake portion is advisable. Most everyone liked the bar but I think it would be better with a shortbread crust. This dessert could stand to have more tweaking involved. The apples were finely diced and were not hard in the allotted cooking time.
Made this recipe two times, now. My husband says; “ it’s a keeper”!!! Next time I make it, I “will” soften the apples a bit, to make sure they are completely done. Otherwise' the chopping needs to produce “extremely” small pieces. The finished product would be beautiful on any holiday tray. The flavor was excellent and the crust was my favorite part. I will make it again and again, with the one exception, to soften ” the ??’s”.
Very experienced baker. Lots of work and a messy kitchen, but delicious. Baked crust 10 minutes, filled, baked additional 40 minutes. I was hoping for bars that people could grab on a napkin, take outside, and pick up to eat, but these are thick and a bit too wobbly for that, more a plate and fork dessert. Make again? 50/50.
Made these this morning for mother's assisted living group. Everthing came out good, though I did leave off the caramel sauce and did add cinnamon to the crust and topping as other people suggested. Gave one to my husband who is my taste tester. He thought they were good but needed more of the apples. This will definitly go in my book or recipes to make at a later date. Thank you for sharing.
I live at high altitude. (over 7,200 feet) So things do cook differently up here. I was disappointed in the base layer of this recipe. It seemed way too thick. The filling and streusel were delicious. I will try making this again but possibly using store bought pie crust and rolling it out to fit the pan.
Made these for a ladies church group and everyone thought they were delicious. Lots of requests for the recipe. A little labor intensive, but end result was worth it.