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Old 01-31-2008, 11:11 AM   #1
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Could anyone tell me which kind of pudding is allowed in phase 2. Is it the prepackaged sf/ff type, or can we have the cook and serve sf/ff??

I was also wondering if it would be alright to add a pkg of cook and serve cheese cake flavored pudding mix to the breakfast cheese cakes recipe. I was hoping this would make (replacing much of the splenda) it taste more like true cheese cake?? I know that someone suggested sf/ff jello in the mix.
Oh yeah, and I was also wondering whether or not this would take the recipe from a breakfast selection to a dessert?
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My version:
2 8oz pkg of ff cream cheese
1/2 c splenda
1-pkg. sf/ff cook and serve cheesecake flavored pudding mix
1-16 oz container of LF cottage cheese
3/4 c eggbeaters
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp almond ""
Makes 20 cupcakes approx 50 cals. each.
**I did make these and they are oh so good. I don't want to eat anymore until I make sure they are ok.
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Old 01-31-2008, 11:53 AM   #2
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You can certainly use the cook and serve SF/FF pudding. I use it in my strawberry pie.

I don't see a problem with using the pudding in the cheesecake recipe. I've never seen the cook & serve in anything except vanilla and chocolate though. That's great if you can buy the cheesecake flavor.
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ADAGIRL, your recipe looks great and is certainly SBD friendly. You could eat it as breakfast or as a dessert. Who says you can't eat dessert for breakfast as long as it's within our guidelines?

Okay, I'm definitely making these this weekend!
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Is there any reason we can't use the instant SF/FF pudding mix? I've got some of those in cheesecake flavor in my pantry!
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Old 02-01-2008, 12:02 PM   #5
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It sounds like we can Jill!! But, I still have the question about whether or not it will fall under the "Sweet Treat" category if we do?? Even if it does, these cheesecakes are so good. I ran the calories and they come out to about 50 cals per cupcake.
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Wow that sounds great... Where did you get the cheesecake flavor ss/ff mix?
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Wow that sounds great... Where did you get the cheesecake flavor ss/ff mix?
I can find the instant kind at any grocery store. It's Jell-o brand. They didn't used to have a sugar free version of it until more recently--I remember seeing the sugar-loaded one and thinking of how good it would be and how annoyed I was that they didn't have a sugar free version, any now they do!

http://www.kraftfoods.com/jello/prod...stant-pudding/
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The jello ones are very good, I had continued to eat them even though my other choices were less then stellar. I like the chocolate, double chocolate and mind chocolate.
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Yes, the Jello SF/FF instant mixes are also fine. It is just that for some recipes you need the cook and serve. I often use the instant for desserts and mainly use the cook & serve with strawberry pie.
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is fat free instant pudding allow in P1
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Sorry deviline, I do not think the sf/ff pudding is allowed in P1. Only sf/ff instant gelatin. I may be wrong, someone please correct me if I am.
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The pudding has starches so it has to wait until phase 2, sorry!
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How does pudding count in phase 2? as a dairy or part of the allowed sweet treats?
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I would think it counts towards both. The milk part towards the milk and the rest of it towards the sweet treats.
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