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Tuesday, 12 July 2011

New York Cheesecake


For the base
5 scan bran
28g cocoa powder
2 eggs
half cup sweetener

For the filling 
6 x 250g tubs of Quark
56g flour
16 tablespoons sweetener
3 eggs
2 vanilla with chocolate sprinkle or plain vanilla muller light yogurts

For the topping
1 muller light yogurt
Seasonal fruit

Method (in video below)

1.5 syns per portion on Slimming World (19.5 syns the whole thing)

Thanks to chipmunk0609 for this vid.


Anonymous said...

How many sins is the Cheesecake?

Flanny said...

I've just added the sins for this cheesecake below the video, I think the sins are mentioned at the end of the video by chipmunk0609 along with the calorific values.

usa slimmers said...

Looks good, I want to try this one when I got home. Thanks for sharing, I fond of cheesecake. :)

Anonymous said...

I made cheese cake the bit that i had was lovely but i lefted it in the fridge over night to have the next day as we had people over and it went soggy did this happen to you is there anything i can do to stop this happing
many thanks

Anonymous said...

The cheesecake will go soggy if left overnight due to the fact that there is no fats in the base to seal it. Also the amount of 'wet' products used will eventually overwhelm the base.

Hope this helps : )

Anony Mous said...

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