5 Reviews

This recipe is undoubtedly a winner. My wife and I used it as one of our signature desserts at our tearoom restaurant. We had customers wanting to buy the whole cake at a time! Easy to make and always turns out. Make sure to use vanilla pudding mix that requires cooking (not the instant kind) or it won't work.

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Stevemb3 July 14, 2014

I made this dessert for a party I had..On a warm day,it was cool and refreshing,but slightly doughy..Not overly sweet..I didnt use all the cinnamon sugar,about half,that was plenty,gave it a nice cinnamon flavor on the cheesecake.Also used 2 cups of canned peaches drained well.....This was so easy and quick to make.. But, this does not keep will, got all soggy ,and doughy and I had to throw it out

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Potluck August 17, 2009

5 Stars for sure!!! I actually got this exact recipe from my cousin in Winger, MN. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out excellent. My girls and I made it for Daddy for a surprise. We will be making this recipe again for sure. Thanks for sharing!!!

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Gruenes October 08, 2008

We really enjoyed this! My husband loves peaches so I made this for him and was not disappointed.

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Chris from Kansas May 30, 2005

If I were rating this on taste alone, it would be at least 10 stars. But I had to double the baking time listed here, so I'm giving it four. Still very much worth the effort, though. Delicious!

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Cookbook Barbie October 28, 2003
Peaches and Cream Cheesecake