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vouge09 09-09-2006 07:15 PM

I'm going to make it tonight!

canadian mom 09-09-2006 07:24 PM

could u use the jello pudding powder mix. Ilooove chocolate cheesecake. Iwould guess it would be the same.

vouge09 09-09-2006 07:32 PM

Im making it now with lime jello mix!

vouge09 09-10-2006 06:59 AM

well I made i last night and it kinda tasted like cream cheese and water with some lime which is basically what it is...it was ok... did anyone else try it and think it was just ok?????

JerseyGyrl 09-10-2006 09:29 AM

I've never tried this for several reasons, the main 2 are...for me, cream cheese (although allowed on Atkins) is a no-no. I can not exercise portion control with it. Before I know it, I've eaten an entire package:o I also avoid sugar-free Jello due to it containing aspartame. While this may not be a problem for some, for me, I avoid it.

All the best to you!

Kim

vouge09 09-10-2006 01:58 PM

I love cream cheese too but this pie was just icky!

~Mouse~ 04-14-2007 05:57 PM

Sounds.....yummy.....gonna give it a try

kaplods 04-14-2007 06:19 PM

The Southbeach cookbook a friend gave me has several recipes for Ricotta cream, which are basically Ricotta cheese sweetened with Splenda and other flavorings (like almond extract and slivered almonds for one, instant coffee and cocoa powder for a mocha flavored one). I hadn't tried them, but I did sweeten about 1/4 cup of reduced fat ricotta with splenda to use as a dip for strawberries, it was really good.

kelfromcal 06-24-2007 05:02 PM

I just whipped up a batch with lime jello it looks good. How many servings do you think this makes? What would be the carb count per serving. I poured it into 5 seperate little glass dishes.

KO 08-22-2007 12:20 PM

Does any1 know of a Jello or jello like product not made with aspartame I'm super sensitive to it

JerseyGyrl 08-22-2007 08:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KO (Post 1825028)
Does any1 know of a Jello or jello like product not made with aspartame I'm super sensitive to it

You can make your own Jello using Splenda:

http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/no_carb_jello.html


Schmoodle 08-24-2007 11:22 AM

I tried this with the jello and cream cheese and wasn't too crazy about it, like someone else said, it was cream cheese with jello in it and I'm not a huge jello fan. But there is a recipe in the SBD section of the forum for breakfast cheesecake, made with cc, eggs, and cottage cheese, and that was really yummy, more like cheesecake, and with a spoonful of sf strawberry preserves on top, oh boy! I felt guilty eating it for breakfast, and DH liked it too. We had it for dessert.
I like the Ricotta cheese dessert too, with different flavorings and nuts and things in it. Very satisfying if you've got the munchies.

JerseyGyrl 08-24-2007 11:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Schmoodle (Post 1827567)
I tried this with the jello and cream cheese and wasn't too crazy about it, like someone else said, it was cream cheese with jello in it and I'm not a huge jello fan. But there is a recipe in the SBD section of the forum for breakfast cheesecake, made with cc, eggs, and cottage cheese, and that was really yummy, more like cheesecake, and with a spoonful of sf strawberry preserves on top, oh boy! I felt guilty eating it for breakfast, and DH liked it too. We had it for dessert.
I like the Ricotta cheese dessert too, with different flavorings and nuts and things in it. Very satisfying if you've got the munchies.


Good as those 2 suggestions sound....neither of them contain ingredients allowed on Atkins Induction.

These are several Atkins Induction friendly cheecakes:

http://genaw.com/lowcarb/cheesecake_squares.html
http://genaw.com/lowcarb/no-bake_cheesecake.html
http://genaw.com/lowcarb/nobake_jello_cheesecake.html





CAPECODWOMAN 12-02-2013 12:50 PM

I loooove cheesecake but absolutely hate all sugar substitutes. I can't stand the aftertaste. I have really struggled to find "sweet" items that I actually enjoy. I have been experimenting with Wonderslim products lately. I took a few tablespoons of cream cheese, mixed it with a few tablespoons of cream then added in maybe a 1/3 (or less) of the Wonderslim strawberry cream pudding and shake mix. OH MY GOODNESS, SOOO YUMMY!!

angie828 04-26-2014 12:27 PM

Yummy I want to try to soon.


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