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Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake Bars


I'm so excited to be guest posting today at Confessions of a Cookbook Queen! If you've never visited Kristan's site, you're really missing out.  She's a kindred spirit with a flair for pink, glitter and all sorts of creative confections (Angry Birds Cupcakes, anyone?). 

Hop on over for the details on my dreamy Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake Bars. 



43 comments :

  1. How pretty! I haven't ever seen a swirly green like that. Want to make these for my dad - he LOVES key lime anything!

    ~Kirsten @ Triple Max Tons

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  2. This looks so inviting! Heading over now to check out the recipe. :)

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  3. I love citrus and out of all of them, Key lime is my favorite. I recently made a key lime pie, but your bars looks soooo pretty. Makes my mouth water just thinking about it.

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  4. These look fun! I'm pinning it to my Pinterest so I remember to make these!

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  5. That looks great, I love the color! :)

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  6. Olá, Heather!
    Quero lhe dizer que sou sua fã!
    Adoro o seu trabalho e fico encantada com as bonitas criações suas!
    Votei em seu blog no Concurso da Saveur!
    Um grande beijo e continue sempre a nos presentear com seu talento!

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  7. Purple and green is my absolute favourite colour combination. And you did it so well.

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  8. Fun! Fun! Love the swirl. Love the green. HOW am I going to make everything you post. There isn't anything so far that I do not drool over! Guest posting? How awesome.

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  9. That is a gorgeous green swirl!

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  10. That looks so pretty! :) Sounds delicious too!
    http://embellishinglifeeveryday.blogspot.com/2011/05/craft-catwalk-29.html

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  11. They look beautiful, but my family is not fans key lime :( Do you think it would work with chocolate? ~TanyaS

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  12. Key lime and cheesecake make my mouth water! And the green swirlies make my eyes drool, if that's possible ;)

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  13. looks yummy and delicious.love the color!!

    veggiefoodie.blogspot.com

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  14. The blog is wonderful, I have the chance, the work is absolutely great, and great books. Greetings from Spain


    El blog es precioso, he llegado a el de casualidad, los trabajos son absolutamente geniales, y los libros estupendos. Saludos desde España

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  15. Gorgeous. The color on those is simply fantastic. I'm definitely one of those people who eats with my eyes first so those look gooorrrrgeous!

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  16. Oh finally!! My 2 favourite bloggers combine forces! LOVE this!

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  17. O wow i have been reading your posts and my mouth is just watering. You make the most amazing cakes and the lime pie really gets my taste buds going. I will be going to work tomorrow and printing off some of your recipes to try myself. A wonderful blog full of inspiration i am so glad i popped by from Blue bird notes, have a lovely week, dee x

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  18. i love the photos on the purple/lavender backgrounds! totally beautiful…totally!!
    & the "sweet treats" look amazing & i cannot wait to try this recipe!
    once again…thank you so much!

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  19. Wow those are so pretty! They remind me of spring :)

    Samantha xx

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  20. These are stunningly beautiful! Wow! I'm sure they taste delicious, too, but really I'd make them for looks alone :)

    Sues

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  21. I love how it looks like marbled paper! Very cool ;)

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  22. Wow! This is absolutely beautiful!

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  23. YOUR BLOG, JUST ONE WORD: UNSURPASSABLE!!!

    KISSES FROM SPAIN.

    SANDRA.

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  24. Felicidades por tu blog, acabo de descubrirlo y me he quedado encantada.
    Voy a echar un vistazo por tus recetas que me parecen fantásticas.

    Besos,

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  25. Beautiful, they almost look like wallpaper they are so pretty. We love anything key lime so I know we will love these!

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  26. Oh how pretty and one of my favorite colors! I'm headed over there right now. xo ~Lili

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  27. These are so beautiful. I tried making key lime bars not long ago, but it ended in a bit of a disaster. My graham cracker crust actually floated to the top of the pan while baking.

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  28. i made a tray for the kids at school and they adored them, esp the colour!

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  29. My graham cracker crust actually floated to the top of the pan while baking.

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  30. I'm not generally a fan of key-lime anything, but these look too pretty to pass up!

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  31. Beautiful! I clicked over to find the recipe and got an "Page not found" error - HELP!

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  32. I had the same problem, Heidi, but I went through the archives and found it. It's under May 2011. http://confessionsofacookbookqueen.com/2011/05/guest-post-key-lime-swirl-cheesecake-bars/

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  33. Thanks so much for pointing this out. I'm not sure how I missed your comment Heidi, but I'm correcting the link now. Thank you Lesa. Kristen moved from blogspot to wordpress... I think that may be why the link is bad now.

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  34. The link doesn't work again. Can you post it again? I'd love the recipe! Thanks. fanfare23@yahoo.com

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  35. I'm trying to make these, but I can't see where it says how much sour cream and vanilla. I don't see it on the ingredients list, only in the directions. Please help - thanks!

    bmwimberley@gmail.com

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  36. 1/2 cup sour cream and 1 tsp. vanilla extract. Thanks for pointing this out! I'll contact Kristan so she can add these ingredients!

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  37. I just made your key lime swirl cheesecake bars. Awesome. Everyone loved them. I was wondering if you have a receipe for strawberry curd?

    Thanks, Arie

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