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I just realized that I hadn't reviewed this recipe. I was just looking at it to make it AGAIN. This will be at least the fourth time I've made this. Needless to say, it's one of the favorite things I've made for friends. If it cracks during baking, I usually cover it up with either whipped cream or a chocolate drizzle. Thank you for posting this recipe!!!
One of our family's favorites. I used Oreos for the crust, it was fantastic!!
Made this for Easter dessert. Raves all around. Nice and creamy, very easy to make.
This was out of this world good! I had the chocolate wafers, but my son is allergic to coconut, which was one of their ingredients. So, I substituted the Girl Scout Thanks-A-Lot cookies - delicious! Thanks for a keeper! Cheesecake is one of my son's favorites so I am always experimenting!
This cheesecake was sooooooo good my hubby loved it he said it is the bes of two worlds cheesecake and cookie dough all rolled into one.... Thanks for posting
MizzNezz, Let me just say,"That I'm pleased to be the first one to give this recipe it's first review." This cheesecake was just so creamy and rich.My SO and I both enjoyed it very much.I didn't have any chocolate cookie crumbs, so I used graham cracker crumbs instead,but I don't think it took anything away from the taste or texture.This is the way that I baked it,before I preheated the oven,I lowered the middle rack and placed a 2 quart oblong baking dish on the bottom rack and filled the dish with water,so the cake wouldn't crack.Baked the cake for 45 minutes,after it was done,I shut off the oven and let it stay in the oven for an hour with the door shut.I let it come to room temp. Placed it the fridge overnight, cut it 2 days later and it was perfect.I've had this printed off since May of this year and I'm sorry that I hadn't made it sooner.This will be made again thank you so much for posting.:)