This is the best cheesecake I have ever hadâ€¦. Thank you so much for the recipeâ€¦ it will be a regular thing in my house nowâ€¦ Thanks again!!!
Everyone LOVED this cake. Thanks for the recipe. Will make again. Probably right now actually.
I just made this for my bf's birthday. It is absolutely amazing.
This was exactly what I wanted and looked and baked perfectly. I cooked it with a pan of water underneath and no cracking, not in a bai,n marie, but pan on another rack. No need to look for another cheesecake recipe, ever!
First attempt at a cheesecake. Though it was very simple to put together, I was really surprised at the eggy taste and lack of sweetness. Did anyone else get the same results? I am not going to rate it because maybe it was something I did wrong. ??
Most excellent! Like a few others here experienced, I had enough filling to put into a small custard dish. Nonetheless, a great cheesecake . . kudos, Bev! As personal taste, I added 1/3 cup sugar to the graham cracker crust.
FABULOUS! I made this for my hubby and sis in law and her man this weekend. Everyone loved it! I did add a bit of sugar and cinnamon to the crust in addition to increasing the crust 50%. (I like a lot of crust in my cheesecakes) I also filled a cupcake pan with water to prevent cracking. A+!!!!!
OMG....this is heaven! Very rich and so easy to prepare. I did screw up and added too many graham crackers to my crust (brain froze adn couldnt count???) so it didn't set up like it was supposed to, but that was my fault. This is so good. Thank you for sharing with us.
This cheesecake made a grown man cry! I baked this for my friend for his birthday (I do a special cake for every member of my administrative team). He is from NY and begged me to take a piece for his mother (80+ years old). If I could give more stars, I would. It's PERFECT.
A delicious and easy cheesecake recipe. I only have 7 inch springform pan so I scaled the recipe down to 6-8 servings and baked for 1 hour 20 mins. I didn't know how to do the water bath. But did it anyway. I am not sure if the springform pan should be immersed on the baking dish, but I figured if I immerse it, the water would sip in to my cheesecake. So what I did was , I put a wire rack on the baking dish then placed the springform pan on it then poured just enough water on the baking dish making sure that it didn't reach my springform pan. Is that how you do water bath? Well wrong or correct, my cheesecake turned soft and creamy. Also I don't use electric beater, I just use scraping spoon to mix and avoid over-beating that will cause cracking.