Heath Bits Cheesecake (GF Option) is one of my family’s all-time favorite cheesecake recipes! It’s super simple to make and we love the added touch of Health Bits candies.
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First of all, let’s set the record straight… Yes, cheesecake is one of my all-time favorite desserts and this particular Heath Bits Cheesecake recipe is my standard “go-to” recipe. It requires few ingredients, it’s super easy to make, it freezes well, and my family loves everything about it.
This Christmas I received a Candy Apple Red KitchenAid Mixer! I couldn’t WAIT to try it out! Heath Bits Cheesecake was the first thing I made using my new mixer! (I’m sure I will be making many, many more cheesecakes in the future with it!)
Here is how to make this delicious Heath Bits Cheesecake.
**To make this recipe gluten-free simply use gluten-free graham crackers, vanilla, and sour cream. All other ingredients in this recipe are naturally gluten-free**
Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Crust!
These are the gluten-free graham crackers that I used.
I placed the graham cracker crumb mixture into the bottom of a 9 x 9 springform pan, gently pressed the mixture 1/2 inch up the sides, and smoothed it in the bottom of the pan.
Next, I poured half of the cheesecake batter on top of the graham cracker mixture and sprinkled 1 cup Heath Bit candies on top.
Finally, I spooned the remaining cheesecake mixture over the Heath Bits.
I baked the cheesecake for one hour at 350 degrees.
After the cheesecake finished baking, I removed it from the oven and immediately sprinkled the remaining 1/3 cup Heath Bits on top. The heat made the Heath Bit candies melt into the top of the cheesecake.
The cheesecake was allowed to cool for 15 minutes, then the sides were loosened and removed. I allowed the cheesecake to cool completely before removing it from the bottom of the pan. This was actually very hard to do because I just wanted to grab a fork and dive right into that delicious mound of heavenly sweet goodness!!!
Heath Bits Cheesecake freezes well. Consequently, it makes this a wonderful dessert to keep on hand for the holidays, family gatherings, and parties.
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