Breakfast Ideas - Phase 1 - Chocolate Cheesecake Smoothie: NO EGGS!!!




tkt117
01-10-2005, 11:34 PM
I am on the second week of Phase I of the SBD (again), and I am getting a little bit sick of eggs. So I decided to make myself a delicious smoothie for breakfast this morning. Don't be turned off by the cottage cheese, after it is blended you have a smooth, thick and delicious smoothy that tastes like chocolate cheesecake in a glass! YUMMY!!! It was quick, filling, and delicious!

In a blender add:
1/4 cup cottage cheese
1/3 cup hot cocoa mix (see below)
1 packet splenda (or less)
1/4 teas vanilla

Pulse in the blender until the cottage cheese is smooth. Add 4 or 5 ice cubes and about 1 cup of water (or milk) and blend until smooth.

Add a shot of espresso, and you have yourself a mocha cheesecake!

Hot Cocoa Mix:
3 cups of Non fat dry milk
1 cup dutch process cocoa
1/2 cup powdered non dairy creamer
1/2 cup splenda

Makes 15 1/3 cup servings.


Ruthxxx
01-11-2005, 09:55 AM
Liquid fat free non-dairy creamer or the original powdered creamer are the only two allowed according to the Guide. The rest are limited or avoid.

Sounds really yummy. I shop today and will get some ff creamer.

tkt117
01-11-2005, 07:15 PM
The book "Good Fats Good Carbs", claims that regular powdered coffee creamer is allowed. But if you want to avoid the creamer, you can substitute an additional 1/2 cup of non fat dry milk.

If you want to post a new recipe, you can start another thread or you can reply in this thread. Good luck with your diet! (D


fireflynova
01-11-2005, 08:58 PM
Makes 15 1/3 cup servings.

How many servings can you have? And I hope this keeps well, because 15 servings could last quite a while..

celticscryer
01-11-2005, 09:18 PM
Makes 15 1/3 cup servings.

How many servings can you have? And I hope this keeps well, because 15 servings could last quite a while..
1/3 cup is only a bit over 2 oz. I don't know about you, but I'd need at least a full 8 oz glass to consider this a meal item! :lol:

So, it breaks down to just over four 8 oz servings. Judging from the ingredients, I would only have one glass a day.

tkt117
01-12-2005, 12:58 AM
Makes 15 1/3 cup servings.

How many servings can you have? And I hope this keeps well, because 15 servings could last quite a while..

I store mine in an airtight container, and it lasts for quite a while. Enjoy
:dizzy:

Bamiegurl
01-14-2005, 11:35 PM
I think it means it makes 15 1/3 c. servings of the hot cocoa mix. Not the shake itself. The cocoa is dry ing. so it should keep fine. I'm gonna get the ing. to make this it looks really good!

emily42897
02-21-2005, 09:37 PM
I picked up some No Sugar Added Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa mix at the grocery store last week and it's pretty tasty. I think you could probably use that instead of making your own. It doesn't have any sugar, or corn syrup or anything like that. Just the natural sugars from the dry milk.

kissyjoy
03-15-2005, 12:06 PM
I made this with the Swiss Miss NSA Cocoa Mix and it's really good! It's a great dessert as well!

Fat Melanie
09-12-2008, 10:49 AM
Yum, delicious. I was thinking maybe I would try it with the 2 tablespoons of cream cheese allowed (it is 2 tablespoons, right? Or one) to make it even more cheesecakey.

Betsi
10-20-2008, 04:49 PM
Fabulous! (Note to self, start keeping a recipe book from all these great ideas!)

wonderlin
05-07-2009, 04:00 PM
This has been a life saver for me! It's now a regular in my breakfast rotation. It's so quick, easy and filling!

wonderlin
05-13-2009, 02:57 PM
I added some peanut butter to this recipe this morning!
Oh my goodness! It was incredible!!!:D

zeffryn
07-19-2010, 12:10 PM
having this for lunch today. It's one of "those" days and I feel like eating an entire cheesecake....this will have to suffice. :)

LindsaysMommy
07-22-2010, 12:29 PM
As I LOVE chocolate, I will be making this, probably often as possible.

zeffryn
08-20-2010, 03:25 PM
ALRIGHT! I completely forgot this was phase 1 appropriate. I am *so* there.

EmmaD
09-01-2010, 04:07 PM
I never got around to making this recipe - I never had all the right ingredients at the same time. Someday I will be able to keep the cottage cheese around long enough to make this.

But I've been making something different that ends up being very similar...

Chocolate peanut cheesecake smoothie
1 c. plain nonfat/lowfat yogurt (if you use Greek, you might need more liquid in the end)
1 Tablespoon cocoa powder
1 Tablespoon peanut "flour" (which is just defatted ground up peanuts, 110 cal per 1/4 cup serving) or natural peanut butter
1 serving unflavored protein powder, optional (I use soy, but any kind would work)
1 pkt PureVia or other sweetener
ice cubes to taste
thin with nonfat/lowfat milk if it's too thick.
I haven't tried it with a dollop of cream cheese, but I bet that would be good.

mandyleigh
12-04-2011, 12:43 PM
Has anybody made these ahead of time and put in fridge for a quick pour in the morning?

EmmaD
01-06-2012, 01:19 PM
update:

I just made this today and it was the simplest version yet.

1/2 cup cottage cheese (mine was nonfat)
2 Tablespoons light whipped cream cheese
1 package NSA hot cocoa mix
milk, as desired, to liquefy - I'd say I used 1/4 cup

so good! and surprisingly filling.

I also added 1 teaspoon cinnamon (which is a LOT) to make a Mexican Chocolate Cheesecake Smoothie :D

FYI, the stats if made as above: 230 calories, 20.1 g protein.