Best Cheese Cake ever!! (Rainbow Cheese cake)

Best Cheese Cake Ever!! (rainbow Cheese Cake) Recipe

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Tiffany Cremeans


Every time I make this people just can't get enough! It is amazing!! You wouldn't beleieve how easy it is to make it once you taste how great it is!


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10 Min


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  • 2 pkg
    cream cheese
  • 1 pkg
    rainbow chocolate chip cookies (you will use 2 rows)
  • 1
    graham cracker pie shell
  • 3-4 Tbsp
    sugar (really as much as you want)
  • 1-2 c
    heavy whipping cream

How to Make Best Cheese Cake ever!! (Rainbow Cheese cake)


  1. Put cream cheese in microwave just long enough to soften it.. You dont want to make it warm.
  2. Blend the softened cream cheese, sugar, and heavy whipping cream all together with a blender until its mixed. You don't want it to be really runny!
  3. Crush up the cookies into small pieces.
  4. pour cookies into mixture and mix with a spoon.
  5. put the mixture into the pie shell and let sit in the fridge for as long as possible. If you leave it in there over night it will be extra yummy in the morning. THE LONGER YOU LEAVE IT SET THE BETTER!!

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