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Old 10-08-2009, 06:11 PM   #1
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Hello, PLEASE HELP!!! I was just wondering if anyone had the chocolate cheesecake recipe? I made the lemon one and it was great, now I want to try the chocolate one. If you have it and don't mind sharing it I'd so appreciate it. Thank You
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Old 10-08-2009, 11:38 PM   #2
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here's the link.. njoy the cheesecake

http://mrcrecipes.blogspot.com/searc...0pudding%20sup
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I tried it and for me I didn't care for it. I just stick with the amazing cheesecake recipe.
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Old 10-09-2009, 09:09 AM   #4
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I tried it and for me I didn't care for it. I just stick with the amazing cheesecake recipe.
All right, NoahsMama, which one is the Amazing Cheesecake Recipe?
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Old 10-09-2009, 11:09 AM   #5
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I tried it and for me I didn't care for it. I just stick with the amazing cheesecake recipe.
AWWW man don't tell me that. I was hoping it would be just as good.
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Old 10-09-2009, 11:17 AM   #6
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here's the link.. njoy the cheesecake

http://mrcrecipes.blogspot.com/searc...0pudding%20sup
Thank You..I looked at that blog and did not find it at first but a more extensive search gave me the results I needed...
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Thank You..I looked at that blog and did not find it at first but a more extensive search gave me the results I needed...
Hey....I, too, am disappointed about the choc one not being as good. Is the Amazing cheesecake the one that calls for a lemon supplement?? I tried the pumpkin one and didn't like it b/c I thought it tasted to "gelatin like". I followed the recipe to the "T" so I'm not sure why I didn't care for it. I'm willing to try ALL cheesecake recipes, though.
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yes the amazing cheesecake is called amazing cheesecake in the recipe book and it uses a lemon/vanilla HNS. Very tasty!! It's good for something different but I honestly prefer my eggs/grilled cheese instead. To each his own!
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yes the amazing cheesecake is called amazing cheesecake in the recipe book and it uses a lemon/vanilla HNS. Very tasty!! It's good for something different but I honestly prefer my eggs/grilled cheese instead. To each his own!

When you do an egg and grilled cheese do you just do one egg and then an ounce of cheese?? Or are you saying you do either/or.... Grilled cheese sounds pretty good. I guess that has to be breakfast, huh?
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When you do an egg and grilled cheese do you just do one egg and then an ounce of cheese?? Or are you saying you do either/or.... Grilled cheese sounds pretty good. I guess that has to be breakfast, huh?
I do either a grilled cheese, scrambled egs/toast, or french toast (with the SF syrup) every morning. Grilled cheese is very good for something different!
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Hello shopgirl you are a month ahead of me. Do you know if your meat ever goes
more than 4 ozs? Also, do you get to have a snack. On on the blue 5-11, I'm
still hungry. I'm trying to stick until friday, but I wish I could have a little snack inbetween, something more than a HSN. Thanks, magnoliagirl
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Hello shopgirl you are a month ahead of me. Do you know if your meat ever goes
more than 4 ozs? Also, do you get to have a snack. On on the blue 5-11, I'm
still hungry. I'm trying to stick until friday, but I wish I could have a little snack inbetween, something more than a HSN. Thanks, magnoliagirl
Hello---
Once on the green menu, it's always just 4 oz. I have a hard time eating that, though, b/c before this diet I was primarily a vegetarian eating chicken only once every 2 weeks or so! So....this was a big change for me!
As far as snacks go, you can eat/drink a creamy as a "snack". I also mix a fiber with an HNS as a snack....on days I work, I have a fiber/HNS at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. (b/c I work 12 hr shifts). Also, make sure you're drinking more than the 64 oz....don't just shoot for the minimum water they tell you to drink....that helps, too.
Hope all is well. Take care and good luck!!
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here's the link.. njoy the cheesecake

http://mrcrecipes.blogspot.com/searc...0pudding%20sup
Thanks for this link. I had no idea it was out there...wouldn't have needed to buy cookbook. Any other suggestions online?
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