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Jan 12

161 Responses to “Anything but a lie”

  1. Pete Bain Says:

    I’ve been wanting to try some of your ideas for quite some time now. If only you’d posted this a week ago when I was making my first ever cheesecake. I’ll be sure to use this recipe for my next endeavour.

  2. Andrew Says:

    I used to be a chef like you, but then I took a Hand-mixer to the knee…

  3. K Says:


  4. Paul Says:

    I’m not a big cheesecake person, but i may need to try this!


  5. tonya cinnamon Says:

    this looks sooooooooo good 🙂

  6. Nathan Arthur Says:

    The facial expression for “Snip the tip” is just perfect – I laughed out loud.

    (Also, it’s still awfully difficult to figure out how to get from the link in your RSS feed to the actual recipe page; I expected that clicking the link would take me straight there, but it didn’t. So then I expected that clicking the title of the post would take me straight there, but it didn’t. I had actually given up, when I thought to try clicking on the picture, and that worked.)

  7. Cirrat Says:

    Mmmmm! Cake!

    (and Skyrim!)

    Extra bonus points for using pumpkin – just had one weighing 3kgs at home. Well, soup and baked pieces with rosemary and garlic were good as well…

  8. Alec Says:

    In panel #2, you use the world “accrue”. I think a more accurate word to use would be “acquire”.

    I think I may try this recipe!

  9. Henry Kangaroo Says:

    That looks absolutely divine. You sir are a genius!

  10. Kumquat Says:

    Oh. My. God.
    I wonder if I should attempt other variations once I am done with THIS.

  11. Dan M Says:

    good to see you back Tyler- been dying for a new recipe. def trying this soon

  12. Wayren Says:

    I will make this. I will eat it. And then, I will be content.

  13. Loren Says:

    Oh my gosh this looks so delicious.

    I’m allergic to hazelnuts though, anybody have any ideas about substitutions for the Nutella?

  14. Jessica B Says:

    Your recipes are amazing, not to mention I LOVE to read them, I mean, reading a regular recipe is just boring. But you make it fun! I’ve tried most of them and they have all come out great. Can’t wait for the book to come out!

  15. Chell Says:

    You. Are. Awesome. =)
    Thanks for adding so much awesome to the internet and my kitchen haha, Loving all your recipes, keep em coming!

  16. Free C. Says:

    Even for a baking failure such as myself, I managed to whip this up. You, sir, are a fabulous source for easily made, delicious tasting noms. I thank you. And so does my sweet tooth lol Well done!

    (For an added tang to the cheesecake part, I added a touch more sugar and a splash of lemon. Not my idea, but it seemed to add a little something. Thought you might like to try ^_^)

    Thanks again!

  17. Anna Banana Says:

    Always looks delicious, and never can wait to make it.
    Loren, I would suggest making chocolate sauce on your own in a bain marie (saucepan with chocolate chips over a saucepan with boiling water). Once melted, add a little milk and sugar, maybe some vanilla and voila, chocolate sauce. If you want it thicker, you can try to find lecithin (an emulsifier). But, I think it’ll do just fine without.

  18. AmandaLynn Says:

    Why, good sir, you are freaking awesome ^_^ But besides that these all look delicious (just in case enough people haven’t told you) And I am so pumped for you and this book! Keep goin! Me and the boyfriend are dying to try your chili recipe among the others. And I kinda really wanna make your pancakes and I don’t even like pancakes 😀

  19. CAB-bie Says:

    Looks great! Just one question, what’s the topping you put on it? Wanna put that in my mouth too. o__o

  20. Danske Says:

    You will you will rock us!!

  21. Dremth Says:

    HOLY FFFFUUUUUUU– this looks so tasty.

  22. Cody Says:

    Would you recommend the whippersnapper whipped cream or just plain ol’ whipped cream?

    @Andrew – 9GAG?

  23. Scott Says:

    I love your stuff!

  24. yumeko Says:

    i am loving ur no nonsense cooking!!
    new reader, huge fan!

  25. Cirrat Says:

    @Loren – here in the Czech Republic is stuff like nutella, only made from peanuts. It is under the TM Nugeta and does not contain hazelnuts. No, not peanut butter, really chocolatey goo…

    On the other hand, how about leaving some butter out of the fridge and when it’s soft, mix it with cocoa powder and sugar to your taste?

    Or putting aside a spoon or two of the mixture before adding the pumpkin and mixing the cocoa powder (or melted chocolate) there?

  26. Liana Gandarillas Says:

    AWESOME! I stumbled upon your blog through StumbleUpon, and I am SO glad that I did! I check everyday to see if you posted anything. The little stickman is my absolute favorite part. C:

  27. deargodwhy Says:

    Instead of apple pie spice, why not try pumpkin pie spice? It consists of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice, mace, and clove. I think it would complement the pumpkin nicely, n’est pas?

  28. Nicki Says:

    @Alec: “accrue” is actually even more fitting than “acquire”, because it means “gather”. So by using “accrue”, Jonathan allows us to use grocery items we already have on hand instead of sending us off to the store to buy/acquire everything. Learn something new every day! 😉

    Jonathan T Capps: I LOVE this blog/online-cookbook/webcomic! You manage to make delicious (looking) food and be a cool dude and actual artist at the same time. Thank you and let us know if/when your cookbook/graphic cooking novel comes out, alright?!

  29. Freek Says:

    What’s this F thing you’re talking about? My oven does everything in C’s.

    Whoever’s wondering though, it’s 160ish degrees C.

  30. Laura Says:

    Sweet baby Jesus!
    This sounds so good! Sadly, I am a poor college student who doesn’t have the proper place or equipment to store such an amazing item.
    You, sir, are amazing.
    Hats off to you.

  31. Andrew Says:

    @Cody – #!@$ 9GAG. Imgur 4 lief!

  32. Lina Says:

    Desperately needs more stickman. I love the recipe, but desperatley needs more stickman.

  33. Tiara Says:

    Did you know? Making graham cracker pie crust is stupid easy. It literally involves mashing up graham crackers and then packing them onto the bottom of a tin. No need to buy one; look it up!

  34. Heather Says:

    This is amazing. Pure, simple deliciousness. Your blog is hands down one of my favorites, keep it up!!! Thanks Tyler!

  35. brian Says:

    loving this! i’ve made a similiar one.. really good! we had it for thanksgiving

  36. Allvah Says:

    Baked this today. Had to add a bit of flour to thicken up the cream cheese mixture. I think the cheap cream cheese I bought was too thin. Also I used a bit more pumpkin because I love pumpkin.

    Had a bit of trouble swirling the Nutella, because I’ve never used Nutella before (shame on me for that; it’s delicious, I’ve found), and I didn’t know not to refrigerate it. It was a bit too firm.

    Still, it came out delicious. Good shit.

  37. Gabi Says:

    This looks delicious! 😀
    I just discovered this website, I love it.

  38. Gwen Says:

    I don’t know what’s pureed pumpkin. I’ve never seen it before, at last by this name. Can anyone explain a bit? It’s like pumpkin cream but in dust?

  39. Fantasysage Says:

    Going to be making this tonight, I ill report back with results.

  40. Jake Says:

    You have committed crimes against Skyrim and her people.This cheesecake is so good that it’s illegal.

  41. Fantasysage Says:

    Cake made. I added a little lemon juice and 3/4 cup of pumpkin instead of 1/2. I felt it could use a little more pumpkin flavor so I did, but you could easily scale it either way. Came out great though I did overcook it a little. Keep in mind that it does not look done when it is done – middle should still be jiggly.

    I had some left over pumpkin batter so I put it in little ramekins with put a dollop of neutella on top. Those came out great, just bake them for like 25-30 minutes.

  42. Jeremy Says:

    A quick tip:
    A cheesecake is not so different than a custard. So, if anyone is have an issue with the top “cracking” simply add a half inch of water to a baking pan and sit the cake inside the pan. Cook as regular. This adds moisture to the oven preventing the cheesecake from cracking. ^_^

  43. Denzel Says:

    I used to make cheesecake, then I took an arrow in the knee

  44. skawtiep Says:

    I’m not much of a pumpkin fan but cheesecake and nutella sounds delicious. If I take out the pumpkin flavoring will that result in normal cheesecake?

  45. Terra Says:

    I find it mildly disturbing you have the exact same mugs as me.

  46. Thomas Says:

    This turned out great the first time, and this time, I’m replacing the nutella with white chocolate.

  47. Jason Says:

    I had a problem with my graham pie crust. It pulled up a good chunk of it when I was spreading the bottom layer around. I haven’t baked it yet, so we’ll see how it turns out. Any ideas for avoiding that?

  48. Erika Says:

    Your blog is intolerably delightful, but it needs a bit more content… I would gladly contribute my bookshelf of cookbooks for your modification and addition to the site.

    But seriously. I want all recipes to have stickman telling me what to do.

    I adore your blog! Please update more often 🙂

  49. Brian Says:

    You have talent my friend. Video game, and cooking talent. So keep swooning the ladies with the Nina Simone, and keep on cooking…just a small slice of advice, buy organic besides the necessities to teach a kid, otherwise nice recipes, and right on.

  50. Alexandria Says:

    First attempt was a failure, second was….Delicious! Really good recipe. Even got my boyfriend’s mom to warm up to me 😉

  51. nothingxs Says:

    What other pureed ingredients can we use besides pumpkin? What else is a good fit on a cheesecake? Inquiring minds want to know.

  52. yuvi Says:

    O…M…G… I love this Recipe! ^__________^ Seriously love It!

  53. Ryan Says:

    I made it but I have a cold and can barely taste anything, let alone this (most likely delicious) dish.

  54. James Says:

    Instead of straight baking the cheesecake in the oven; place it in a water bath for an hour. The cream cheese filling mix is nothing more than an egg custard and baking it straight will cause the eggs to scramble. Using a water bath will set the custard and make the cake smooth and creamy.

    Also Nothingxs, you may consider any harder fruits (apples and pears,) but those pumpkin purees have seasonings such as Nutmeg, Cinnamon, and clove, so if you puree your own fruit you’ll want to spice them up a bit.

  55. Billy Says:

    Awesome recipe. Love the Portal reference. The cake is not a lie in this case though.

  56. Christine (@chancesmommy) Says:

    WOW! This looks amazing! Love this post! Found you via StumbleUpon!

  57. Dails Says:

    These comics are awesome! Great job. You’re actually a pretty skilled artist, I’m impressed. Recipes look great, too. Keep it up!

  58. Katie Says:

    Made this a couple weeks ago, and i’ve gotta say, you’ve got a gift. It was delicious.

  59. Victor Says:

    Things i experienced: Power drills work just as well as handmixers and if your nutella isn’t warm, it comes out looking like a turd. Haven’t figured out if that was a bad thing 😛

  60. Gone Says:

    A Nutella Cheesecake recipe? A girl who has heart-shaped irises for both Nutella and Cheesecake? And you say Valentines is tomorrow?

    ::like a boss::

  61. Penelope Says:

    I love these comics, saw the first one a long time ago, and always waited for more 🙂

  62. Jake Says:

    Looks delicious. I might make it myself although I think I would use pumpkin spice instead. One question though: Is that your bourbon-whipped cream on the cheesecake?

  63. Travis Says:

    On the subject of buying a bunch of expensive spices, try the bulk section of your local megamart. You can buy a lot of different spices there on the cheap. Also, you can purchase as much as you need rather than buying a whole jar of something you may only use a few times a year.

  64. Weez Says:

    my ONLY complaint about your site…
    sometimes, when i’m scrolling down, that pattern on the sides really starts to make my head hurt.
    my only OTHER complaint about your site….
    i may be eating too much now…

  65. Molly Says:

    I just made this today and it came out very tasty although I think I may have undercooked mined. As always when I’m checking out your recipes I’m baffled by the amount of people that just seem to comment to split hairs on word choices. Accrue/Acquire Fajita/Burrito? Geez, it’s a recipe not a novel.

  66. Danial Says:

    Hey bro. I really like your recipes. They are easy and fun to make. Im kinda sure many other college/university students find this site useful. keep it up bro

  67. Nicthalon Says:

    I’ve been making a pumpkin cheesecake for a while, but I may have to try this variant.

    Half chocolate cheesecake and half peanut butter cheesecake layered is also really good.

  68. Rich Says:

    I just made it today and it came out pretty well. I even got fancy with the swirling.

  69. Bobby Says:

    Looks delicious, did you use your homemade whipped cream to put on top of it?

  70. nittoai Says:

    I made this yesterday and it’s the best cheesecake I’ve ever made! Thanks for the recipe!

  71. Lulalutia Says:

    What do you suggest using instead of the cinnamon? Or would you suggest just taking it out of the recipe?

  72. Brittani Says:

    Yes. I will make this next. I really enjoy your dessert recipes.

  73. Ashahmal Says:

    you make baking pastries and desserts look like a manly endeavor.

  74. the ginger douche Says:

    try adding juice and zest of a lemon. the acid will cut thru the sweetness of the pumpkin and sugar giving an incredible balance.

  75. Gerri Sue Says:

    I love your presentation – nothing is left to question, and it is visually aesthetic to boot!

    Oh, and uhhhh, the recipe is da bomb! :o) Going to give it a swirl soon….groany joke!

  76. Ashley Says:

    Favorite post yet!!
    This cheesecake would be devoured in seconds at my place.
    Excellent allocation of wait time, by the way. 🙂

  77. Denise Says:

    I love your blog. It makes cooking and baking WAY more entertaining. Needs more cowbell though.

  78. ATasteOfMadness Says:

    This is the best thing I have seen all day. Just great, I love it 🙂

  79. Amber | Bluebonnets & Brownies Says:

    Even though I’m a pumpkin purist (and therefore would leave the nutella out), I definitely want to make this RIGHT now. I don’t care that it’s May.

  80. nick Says:

    I used to be a pie maker like you once, until i took an arrow to the knee.

  81. Milton535 Says:

    Excellent recipe. The hardest part was getting the Nutella into the stupid bag. lol I added a little extra pumpkin to mine, b/c 1/2 cup didn’t seem like enough and used a 2 extra servings pie shell. Will make again…and again…and again! 🙂

  82. SNelson Says:

    I’ve heard of you…and your honeyed words.
    Level 50 orc, double wielding.

  83. Cathy Says:

    Have you made this with a sunflower butter mixture (peanut butter substitute)…sounds good but have nut allergy issues

  84. Tie Guy Says:

    This is what we would call a Wynonna recipe. Why would you spend $25 to buy all that gross crap when you could buy a nice one for less than that.

  85. Tyler Reeves Says:

    HAHAH, this is the first time I’ve seen your site (thank you stumbleupon!). Cooking for the limited attention span.

    Lots of fun to follow and hell, I think I’m actually going to attempt this recipe for the holiday weekend.

  86. Susanna Says:

    He he … now can i understand the recipe. 🙂

  87. ciro Says:

    Have you ever thought of applying this principle for a website/book dedicated to children that teaches the order of events and procedural practices. There are not a lot of sites that do a good job of this and I think your work really lends itself to this end.

  88. Czekolada Says:

    Yumm! Kinda cute 🙂

  89. julie Says:

    this looks freaking awesome!

  90. MonaLisaEscapes Says:

    You live in the South. How do I know? Your canned pumpkin is Laura Lynn brand, which is the store brand for Ingles grocery store. And I know this pumpkin cheesecake is delicious, because all the things you make are delicious. 🙂

  91. Maricris of Zensible Mama Says:

    So lovin’ the graphics as much as the recipe! Coolness!

  92. jan Says:

    1st visit to your site. a great presentation, will visit again. thanks

  93. Tickikue Says:

    Lookin good.

  94. kale Says:

    this a definite must once i acquire some nutella and skyrim.

  95. Pamela Stevens Says:

    It looks delicious. I plan on trying it soon. I should mention, though, it is never a good idea to put things in the fridge with uncooked chicken,even if it is still wrapped. The utmost care should be taken to avoid any type of cross contamination.

  96. P.K Says:

    skyrim and pumpkin nutella swirl cheesecake?
    LOVE IT!!!

  97. P.R. Bain Says:

    Love the blog…and the comments! This is very inventive stuff. For those who have trouble with the graham cracker crust, add melted butter (and make sure that it is smoothly patted down). But, umm, what the heck is this Skyrim to which you refer? Never heard of it!

  98. LarsLove Says:

    This looks like the perfect Saturday!

  99. bri Says:

    My cream cheese looked so much more runny at the beginning. :B I hope it works out!

  100. jim Says:

    What’s the reasoning for the thin layer on the crust? To help prevent graham crumbs from mixing in?

  101. Mindfulmoon Says:

    Loren, There are other “nutellas” in the peanut butter section of the supermarket. There are many nut variations. I would make a Mocha slurry with Starbucks Mocha mix but I’m addicted to that stuff.

  102. Says:

    Tyler, Your blog is so awesome!!! Love it, Love it Love it! On my blog I pair food blogger’s recipes with wine so I’ll let you know when I feature one of your recipes. This particular recipe is one I plan to try at home!

    Cheers to you!

  103. Afternoon Social Says:

    I came across this post on StumbleUpon and I love your website. The comics make cooking (which I often perceive as a stressful activity), a little more fun!

  104. DPhunkT187 Says:

    Clever comic design, even I can follow these directions without messing up.

    What is the health/mana gain for consuming this cake?

  105. DameEdithDivine Says:

    I haven’t made this yet, but I just had to tell you that I LOVE the way you write. Entertaining and just delightful. Thank you, dear.

  106. cs Says:

    should be called cookin like a boss……the other sounds kinda flimsy

  107. Neko Says:

    Cheesecake and Skyrim….Be mine? <3

  108. Adobo Says:

    The way you put up the photo and the instructions of baking is very impressive! Nice work!

  109. Christine Says:

    We tried making this
    My boyfriend used the wrong kind of pumpkin and then didn’t mix the nutella correctly on the top.

    My question is, is that grounds to stab him?
    ‘Cause it certainly feels like it.

  110. Laura Says:

    mmm, my roomates are going to love this! can’t wait!

  111. spyros Says:

    super amazing pictures and recipe! Thanks for sharing!

  112. Tamara Says:

    I love you.

  113. Ferrari_mom Says:

    Tyler- this was my first trip through your blog and I must say I am impressed. I have 4 kids and I showed them ur graphics and recipes and now they want to make it because somebody cool(thats u) said so. You should really make a kid oriented page.

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  116. Denyingbelial Says:

    Thanks to you I’ve discovered the joy of making cheesecake and have since made a raspberry-nutella variant and a blackberry-nutella variant. Both are delicious. Thank you for these, they make cooking fun.

  117. Lisette Says:

    I have the same name as the blonde bard in The Winking Skeever… WHEN ARE YOU POSTING MORE RECIPES?!?! I DEMAND MORE NOW! These are the best, I’m a visual learner. 🙂

  118. Eva Says:

    This was probably my third time baking, and it came out PHENOMENALLY.

    I used neufchatel instead of cream cheese because:
    1. It’s healthier.
    2. I accidentally bought neufchatel instead of cream cheese because I grabbed the first box of Philadelphia I saw and didn’t know they made anything besides American cream cheese.

    But cheesecake can be made with a variety of different cheeses, and neufchatel definitely works.

  119. Rory Carrozza Says:

    I really love to munch cheesecakes because they are oh so tasty. i really like to eat like 2 or 4 per day. .`*,.

  120. Lindsical Says:

    You forgot to add Skyrim to supplies list.

  121. Miranda Says:

    Pumpkin pie spice/seasoning also works very well!

  122. Life Tips Says:

    Pretty legit meal if I do say so myself.

  123. honestcooksroom Says:

    This is really funky! Makes me smile 🙂 Thanks

  124. Skar Kat Says:

    Sounds soo yummy. Just the other day I was going back and forth playing Skyrim while baking cookies like a good girlfriend xD

  125. Brittany Says:

    I love this! Great and creative way to show us all the steps to a recipe!

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  127. Marco Says:

    I just made this, and it’s firming up in the fridge… Longest. Wait. Ever…

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  129. dizzybee Says:

    Cheesecake and Skyrim marry me! 😛

  130. Elizabeth Baumgartner Says:

    Just came across your site recently due to Imgur! I must say that your site will be included in the websites I frequent when looking for new stuff to make! This recipe, for instance? This is joining the ranks of my Thanksgiving dinner table later in the week!

  131. Jess Says:

    I love this cheesecake, been making it since you put it out on random occasions that called for desserts, but one thing about this and most of the recipes is that there’s virtually no way I can print these out. I know you have things to do, we all do, but it would be great to not take my computer into the kitchen everytime I cook something that takes up all the room x] *hint hint*<3 maybe in the future, though I know getting your book will help me out with that when it comes out.

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  133. Terra Bell Says:

    I’m making this once again for Thanksgiving desert. And thank heavens I bought a hand mixer for these because last time I became a one armed muscle builder trying to mix it with a whisk.

  134. Karla Says:

    I just made this and it looks soooooooo good, I can’t wait for the rest of my family to enjoy it! Thank you for including two of my favorite things, Nutella and cheesecake! YUM!

  135. Anthony Says:

    Made this for thanks giving tomorrow it looks great, can’t wait to eat it

  136. Garrett Willingham Says:

    I’m making this for thanksgiving, it’s in the oven now.

  137. smt72 Says:

    This is the most delicious thing I have ever made

  138. Stacey Says:

    I made this and your pineapple chicken fajitas for Thanksgiving dinner (we had a Mexican-food themed Thanksgiving), and they both went over wonderfully! Thanks for your recipes, man!

  139. Roberta Schanz Says:

    munching cheesecakes is my hobby, i really love eating it.

  140. Helen Says:

    Wooo skyrim! This is really cool!

  141. Nikki Says:

    I actually don’t have a hand mixer… I used a food processor… worked like a charm. Yay!

  142. Adam Says:

    How much apple pie spice do we put in?

  143. J D Means Says:

    Great recipe. The great thing is that, before adding the pumpkin and spices, this makes a great base cheesecake. I’ve had success making a chocolate cheesecake (use 1/2 cup toll-house chips melted in a double boiler) and a key lime cheesecake (use lime zest and juice from 3-4 key limes or 2 regular limes).

  144. Sal Says:

    I totally tried this today! The only thing that didn’t work out very well was that the inside ended up being..not cheesecake-y. was runny..I think I used the wrong pumpkin thing cus my mix didn’t end up all shapey like yours, it was runny..I’m kind of bummed, but it’s still good. I mean, first time doing anything like this, mistakes happen and I’m learning from them. Great recipe, easy to follow. (:

  145. melissa Says:

    So I made this cheesecake really hoping that it would turn out as nice and pretty as yours did… it did not. I could not for the LIFE of me get the damn pie to cook all the way through. After almost an hour and a half in the oven I just had to give it up. The middle was all mushy and the edges were starting to burn… not cool. This recipe looks delicious, but it doesn’t look like I will be able to cook it correctly 🙁

  146. Bryan Says:

    Can we use peanut butter instead of pumpkin???

  147. Thomas Ortmann Says:

    10/10 would eat again

  148. Zach Says:

    What can I replace the pumpkin with?

  149. Aaron Says:

    I first found the two am chili and it was amazing. I’m definitely going to try this

  150. lilredpunk Says:

    I love you. Have my babies.

  151. J D Means Says:

    I’m trying a variation right now; I mixed half of the cheesecake mix with 1/4 cup cocoa powder and the rest with 1/3 cup creamy peanut butter. I’ll let you know how it works.

  152. J D Means Says:

    Verdict is in on my chocolate/peanut butter cheesecake. It’s a winner! The peanut butter layer worked surprisingly well.

  153. Alex Says:

    Pumpkin. Cheesecake.
    Those are two magical words is woman-dom.
    Oh, wait. And there’s chocolate involved?

    @ Sal, melissa, and anyone else having the runny-insides issue, I’m not entirely sure what might be the cause, but double-check that you are using pumpkin PUREE, NOT pumpkin PIE FILLING. The additives in the pie filling can alter the texture of a final product that demands the simple pureness of the puree.

  154. Alex Says:

    PS: Love, love, LOVE the portal references.

  155. Jackie Says:

    I’ve been making this recipe for a while now, but only in moderation because my boyfriend will (and has) eat the whole thing. But I bust it out in the fall so I’m excited to make it soon! Whenever we go to the Cheesecake Factory, my bf passes on getting cheesecake. When our horrified friends ask why, he tells them mine is better:) But that leads me to show said friends your webpage and their lives are never the same….

  156. Tyler Says:

    This looks great, but I’d love a scaled-up version for a springform pan. Your store-bought pie tin isn’t big enough for how much I want to eat this thing.

  157. evaunit3 Says:

    i am tempted to try making this and combining it with the bourbon whipped cream

  158. Ivonne Guzman Says:

    I tried your Cheesecake for Champions recipe, loved it. Thank you so much for sharing.

  159. Jones Says:

    Daamnn, dude, this recipe is so well made, and frekkin’ hillarious! Keep up the good work, will definitely look around.

  160. Tyler Lawson Says:

    Made this a few years back and it was delicious. Great Recipe. Unfortunately, I am in the process of making it again (Over is Pre-Heating), but this time I’m making four of them. Seriously, buy a hand mixer.

  161. Jenny Says:

    My friend showed me this recipe in 2014 and I now make this reciepe every thanksgiving and for the last 2 years my boyfriend started making it for his family too! Its so yummy and easy to make!

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