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snickers bar cheesecake pie {recipe girl cookbook giveaway}

Have you seen the Recipe Girl blog?   Of course you have, I think most everyone has!  On her blog Lori shares over 2,500 great recipes,  and one of them happens to be this little diddy.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie

A Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie.  Talk about the most perfect idea EVER.

I found it a little bit by accident.  See, I was having some friends over for dinner and realized at the very last second that I needed a fabulous dessert.  I remembered that I had just gotten Lori’s book so I thumbed through to the dessert section.  There (among some other pretty fabulous options) was this sweet concoction.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie


As you can imagine, I was instantly drawn to the decadent flavors.  Snickers is my second favorite candy bar of all time, so you can imagine how excited I got when I saw it was paired with Oreo crust and cheesecake.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie


Then topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce, hot fudge and MORE snickers?  I was in HEAVEN.

Truth be told, I made two of these in 48 hours.  And I don’t regret it for one single second.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie


The whole fabulous experience begins when you get to cut up 16 snack size snickers bars.  It just so happens that there were 19 bars in the bag, which was the perfect amount for the filling of the cheesecake and then to garnish the top.

This was NOT the perfect amount if you have zero self control and just HAD to snack on one or seven of those sweet little bites as you were slaving away over the cutting board.

Just buy two bags.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie

snickers bar cheesecake pie


  • 2 8-ounce packages of cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup granulated white sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 16 "fun size" snickers candy bars, chopped (2 cups total)
  • 2 6-ounce Oreo Pie Crust
  • 2 tbsp melted butter


  1. Place cream cheese into bowl of stand mixer. Mix on medium-low speed for 30 seconds. Add in sugar and eggs and beat until smooth.
  2. Remove bowl from stand and stir in chopped candy bars.
  3. In a small bowl combine the Oreo pie crusts and the butter gently with a fork.
  4. Prepare a 6-inch spring-form pan and then press the Oreo mixture into the pan and up the sides.
  5. Pour the filling into the pan and bake until set, 35-40 minutes at 325 degrees.
  6. Set the pie on a wire rack and let it cool completely.
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I cheated and bought Oreo’s ready made pie crusts.  I simply cannot be trusted with a bag of Oreo’s in my house and this is by far the easiest option.

You can top your cheesecake with anything you would like.  Lori recommends caramel syrup, chocolate syrup, peanuts and more snickers.  I simply added whipped cream and omitted the peanuts on mine.

Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie


Oh my gosh this is amazing.  Lori mentions in the book that her son, Recipe Boy, has won many a pie contest with this recipe, and I can see why!

And guess what?  I want you to make this.  And read this book.  And have your very own copy!

I would love to give one of you the chance to win one!

For an chance to win a Recipe Girl Cookbook just tell me, “What is your favorite candy bar?”

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Snickers Bar Cheesecake Pie


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  1. Julie says

    What kind of whipped cream did you use? Did you make your own? I’m not sure what kind of whipped cream allows for such nice decorating / piping? Also my whipped cream was not able to hold up the weight of the snickers bar and the snickers bar started to sink into the whipped cream. It all tasted good, but didn’t look picture perfect like yours.

    • Jill Drischler says

      Stabilizing your cream with gelatin will help. For 1 cup heavy cream: dissolve 1 teaspoon gelatin in 1 tablespoon water. Soften the gelatin in a little of the cream over a low flame until melted. Whip remaining cream with optional vanilla until almost stiff. Add sugar and gelatin and continue beating until stiff.

  2. Karen says

    Snicker bars are my absolute favorite next to none! If I wasn’t working so hard at getting my weight down, I would have one on my plate every meal. The thought is there though! I am going to make the Snickers Cheesecake for my granddaughter’s confirmation dinner next Sunday. It will be a hit! Thanks for sharing.


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