Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake

"A friend brought this to a silent auction, I was the lucky winner of one. This is so easy and so delicious! She got the recipe from the back of a cream cheese container. I would have taken a pict but the cheesecake vanished too quickly!"
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Ready In:
4hrs 50mins
1 cheesecake




  • Mix cream cheese, sugar and vanilla on medium speed until well blended.
  • Add eggs and beat until mixed.
  • Pour into crust.
  • Chop candy bars and sprinkle over filling.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes or until center is almost set.
  • Cool.
  • Refrigerate 3 hours or overnight.
  • Tip: This can also be made as a Snickers cheesecake by chopping three bars instead of using the Reese's.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Anna M.
    What temp. Is the oven set on?


  1. csloves2cook
    This was so easy to make and delicious to eat! I did half the cake with Reeses for me and the other half with snickers for my husband. We both were happy. This was my first cheese cake and I couldn't be more happy. It would even be good without the toppings. Thanks for the recipe!!
  2. 098Sparky
    I made this with a gluten free graham cracker pie crust and it was the easiest cheesecake recipe ever. Making again for holiday party this weekend. I didn't get any on the first one I made, but with none left over, I guess you can say it was a hit!
  3. jerrid t.
    Made both. Might make again with other candy since thats the only difference
  4. Chef Debra 2
    Wow!!!! This is great...I added the candy in the mix and them some more on top and it turned out fabulous ...I liked the fact that you could use a pre made crust as I did not have a springform pan because this was my first cheesecake.


When I got married in 2001, I was completely unfamiliar in the kitchen. I grew up eating food from restaurants and a home cooked meal about once or twice a month. I stumbled around blindly the first few years, and my hubby had to try many awful creations...such as burnt chicken that was raw inside and carmels made from corn oil (instead of corn syrup). I have come a long way, however, and people love coming over to try my many new recipes, most getting rave reviews. Thanks to everyone for their recipes, I love to experiment!
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