Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 45 min. + chilling
Turned out perfectly! Also added some wafers on the side for decoration.
This recipe is amazing, i always do it. Today i made it but forgot to add 1/4 cup sugar to the cookie dough batter(only added the brown).... what will happen ?? Someone please advise
This is a recipe I have made for years. My dad loves cheesecake, and while I lived away, I went out in search of the best cheesecake out there. This was the one. It is what I am famous for at work and at church dinners!! I put a baking sheet below it to catch any melted butter.
I made this wonderful cheesecake in Devember,1999 when the recipe was first published in Taste of Home. At that time I was baking cheese cakes every year for my Office Christmas party.The cake was beautiful and combined the best flavors of a chocolate chip cookie and a rich cheesecake. It was loved by my co workers.
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I made this for Christmas day and everyone enjoyed it, I could have made two of them!
My son seen this recipe and wanted this for his birthday tomorrow instead of a traditional cake. I'm a decent baker and followed this recipe to the T....epic fail!!! It baked for over an hour and when the edges started to brown I took it out thinking it certainly has to be done. Cooled the cheesecake for 10 minutes as it said and took the ring off only to have it shift because it was indeed raw I'm the middle all over the counter. I managed to scrape most of it up and put it in a pan. The cookie crust was a chocolate goo not stable enough to be a crust for this dessert. I baked it for another 20-30 min and hope it's done. Tastes good...looks like a hot mess. #disappointed
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Delicious recipe! My family loved it! Very creative to combine cookie dough with cheesecake.
This cheesecake is awesome! It was one of my most-requested recipes when I baked at the coffee shop and still remains a favorite with my family and friends. Instead of sprinkling it with mini chocolate chips, I like to top it with a ganache.