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Old 07-16-2011, 08:36 AM   #31  
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these sound great. has anyone tried substituting fat free ricotta for the 24 ounces of cream cheese? also using half (3) eggbeaters instead of whole eggs would lower fat grams.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:15 AM   #32  
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Just made these - FABULOUS!!!! (and I didn't have to eat eggs for breakfast!). I cut the recipe in thirds, added...maybe 1/4 c. sour cream (what good cheesecake doesn't have sour cream?!?!) and 3 or 4 stevia packets. It made 12 cupcakes...I figured around 100 calories each.

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I'm going to admit I melted maybe 1/4 c semi sweet choco chips, then added them to part of the batter.

Oh. My.

Amazing.

It was a perfect little dessert for guests, and they were doing weight watchers, so appreciated a small but delicious dessert!
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Old 02-27-2014, 01:53 PM   #34  
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Tammy did you do the sour cream in place of the cottage cheese?
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I did cottage cheese (actually, ricotta), and sour cream.

I'm trying to remember if the second time...I think I put in less ricotta, and some sour cream.

My thinking was sour cream and cream cheese are classic cheesecake. Only thing missing is crust and sugar.
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Could you use a thin layer of crushed nuts (thinking almonds or pecans) in the bottom of the pan or muffin tin to make a crust?

I know now the calorie counters are going nuts trying to figure out how much it would add! Sorry ladies!
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Nuts are allowed on all Phases of SBD, so you can certainly use them as a crust.
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I have made these and some times I sprinkle a little cinnamon across the top before baking and sometimes I use almond extract and put a little sliced almond on the top. I always make them as muffins.
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After 3 weeks of counting calories, it just isn't working. I'm hungry all the time and go over my daily limit.

So, I'm going to give SB a try for 2 weeks and see how I make it through Phase 1.

Does this recipe fill you up? Is it satisfying? Is it "healthy" for breakfast?
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