By Vseward (Chef~V) on December 11, 2006
Photo by CoffeeB
Photo by CoffeeB
"If you like capuccino cheesecake, which I love, you gotta try this lower calorie latte version cheesecake bars. They are so tasty. Cut them into triangles and serve them like cheesecake. WARNING: You must make this in a 13x9-inch pan or they don't cook right."
Serving Size: 1 (28 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"O.K....so these are absolutely fabulous as I knew they would be. How could you not have a good thing going w/coffee and creamcheese mixed. Fabulous blend of flavors. I did as you recommended and cut into triangles. They are very rich and so this was just the perfect size. Brought these for a work birthdayparty and they were a huge hit!!! Made for March Beverage Tag~"
"imade these kinda low fat iused chocolate graham crackers cinnamon and only 1/4 cup butter, then instead ogf heavy cream i used low fat milk light cream cheese splenda subsitute sugar 2 eggs for the topping i simply used sugarfree cholate sauce this saved alot of fat and calories i don't knoew what the final calorie count was, but the were real goodeie, goodie"
"These are delicious!!! I baked them up for a bridal shower. They went over very well. Even people that were not big coffee fans enjoyed them because of the great cheesecake taste. The only thing I would change is try to make more of the "topping". My topping was rather thing and I think it would be better if there was a little more. Great recipe! Thanks so much for sharing!!!"
"I wish there were 10 stars for this one. OMG. This was incredible! I made this for ZWT and a 4th of July party we had. The adults scarfed these down quickly. Absolutely wonderful! Yum!"
"I found these on landolakes.com a while ago, but didn't whip them up until very recently to bring to a work gathering. These are absolutely incredible bars, very rich and creamy. These are actually even better if they chill overnight (as all cheesecakes seem to be). I highly recommend these if you like coffee-flavored cheesecake. Thanks for posting!"