Everyone will be so glad you came if you bring this dessert along with you. I love my friend Natalie but we don’t have many friends in common. Now, I’ve made a whole ton of new friends who just loved this dessert. It couldn’t be easier to make either and no one believes you when you try to tell them that. So enjoy all the praise. The crust is made with Nilla Wafers. You’ll be doing yourself a gigantic favor to line your pan with foil and grease it so this comes out without a struggle. If you don’t want to use Nilla Wafers or don’t have them, you could use graham crackers instead for a graham cracker crust.
The cheesecake mixture is very easy to make but take care to get out all the lumps and then really drain the crushed pineapple before adding it. Otherwise the pineapple juice will make the mixture too watery. Make sure you let this chill long enough. It’s really best to let it refrigerate overnight to ensure the proper texture.
I found this delicious recipe on the Cookies and Cups blog. Click the link below to see the blog and full recipe for this Potluck Cheesecake Dessert.