Ready in 1 hour 30 minutes
I got this recipe from a friend after I was completely bowled over by it. I'm not a great cheesecake lover but have decided to add this recipe to my list of greats. Seriously, if you're not a cheesecake fan, this recipe might turn you into one!
Crush crackers with rolling pin. Add sugar, cinnamon, and butter. Put in bigger size pie dish or spring form pan. Press firmly.
Mix all ingredients until smooth and pour into pie shell. Put into preheated oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Depending on your oven it could take more time. Jiggle the pie a bit to make sure it is cooked. If not ready go 10 or so more minutes. Cool naturally and COMPLETELY.
Put sugar and vanilla in sour cream mix; Pour into bottom layer and put back in the oven for 10-15 more minutes. Cool and put in refrigerator.
Lollu0sabha 2y agoThey were a super hit with my family and friends!! Will be making this again
alahnad 2y agoUsed Greek yogurt instead of sour cream
KingKMAC 2y ago
ThatGuyOverThere 3y agoCheesecake!
Jenniferdianev 3y agoThere are only two of us and it was gone within a couple of days.
Jthamms 3y agoIt was ok. I didn't think it was "the best cheese cake I've ever had". I doubt I would make it again. I'm a fan of real NY style cheese cake.
dan4thdanny 3y ago
jacklyndavila 3y ago
janicearsenault 4y agoJust like grandmother's! Delicious!
Latenightrph 4y agoThis recipe is from 1956: Popes' Cookbook by Chef Francois Pope. I have an autographed copy :-). The proper name of this is Hollywood Two-Tone Cheesecake. You can Google the original recipe. Ipreleaving out the cinnamon.