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It was very easy to assemble, and smelled terrific baking. However, the taste didn't wow me. I will stick with the traditional; or for an easy one use the vanilla wafer in a paper lined cupcake pan; topped with cheese mixture.
Quick and delicious!
This is amazing.
Wow! This was amazing! I am kinda known for my desserts in the family but I was told by two different people after this week's family dinner that this was their new favorite. I did make a caramel sauce and drizzled it over the top before serving today. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly. It was a bit too much sugar for me so I might cut back on the cinnamon-sugar next time but everyone else thought it was great.
Thank you, Jessica, for a wonderful addition to my dessert recipe collection!
Very easy and delicious. The only thing I changed was I used margarine instead of butter. I baked it for 33 mins and it was perfect. I used a metal 9x13 pan because I was using my glass pan for something else at the same time. It didn't seem to make a difference at all. Another thing I liked about this recipe is that it was very easy to serve because it didn't stick to the pan at all.
Very tasty, easy recipe.I had to make a dessert at short notice and thought I'd give this a try-Everyone loved it .
Delicious!!! It IS very addiciting ;) I added sliced almonds on top. THanks Jessica!
Sounds like my recipe for Sopapilla Cheesecake #121597. I add only 1 egg though.....but it is very good and very addicting!!
I love this recipe, it is making me look good to friends and associates. I added cinnamon flavoring and drained some canned appricots and diced them up for the filling. I also combined the butter sugar and a lot more cinnamon to crumble over the top. In the last 10 minutes I added some sliced almonds and I saved the apricot juice for a simple powdered sugar, butter glaze over the top. As you can see a big pan of them didn't last long at the office. Everyone is relooking at their opinion of me, and I thank you Jessica.