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These turned out great! They were simple to put together and very tasty. I added a bit of contreau to the cheesecake mixture, which was a nice addition. Thanks for sharing!
Very easy and yummy! I also substituted the blueberries and jam for a 21 oz can of blueberry pie filling that I had on hand and was trying to get rid of. Delish!
These were pretty good. I halved the recipe and put the bars in a 8x8 inch glass pan. As I was making it, the crust seemed to be a little crumbly for me and it was hard for me to spread the preserves over it without mixing them in. I was concerned the bars wouldn't stay together, but actually held their shape very well and tasted great!
I was really excited about making this. I followed the recipe exactly, but they came out terrible. The crust was soggy and the topping was flat. With so many great reviews though, I may just have to try it again.
I made these with blueberry preserves and they were awesome! The graham cracker blueberry cheesecake combination made the bars taste fantastic. And they turned out so pretty too!
i made these for my graduation party and everybody loved them! they were easy to make and so good! i used blueberry jam and fresh blueberries and they turned out perfect!! thanks for a great recipe!
I was looking for a quick, easy dessert for short-notice company and had fresh blueberries on hand. I halved the recipe and made the cheesecake in a prepared 9 inch graham pie crust. I didn't have blueberry jam, so used raspberry jelly. When I poured the cheesecake filling into the pie crust it didn't come up to the top, so I scattered more fresh blueberries on top to fill the pie crust. The end result was delicious! I will definitely make this again.
easy and delicious. these bars would be great as a dessert for a crowd. used blueberries in syrup and reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup. thanks for a delicious, easy treat!
Just delicious! I used original flavor (almond) biscotti for the crust instead of graham crackers. Nice compliment to the blueberries and cheese. It won rave reviews at work. Thanks GaylaJ so much for a truly a definite "keeper" recipe!
These were a big hit at a BBQ I took them to. There were lots of expletives being thrown around about them (but in a good way). I had a similar problem to others though -- the crust was a bit soggy and so they were hard to cut out and keep their square-ish shape. However, they tasted just fine.