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Spread the sides ... Combine all the cheesecake ingredients in a ... evenly on the cooled cheesecake. Chill, then cut into squares to serve. 9 servings.
Mix the gelatin, ... temperature. Rub the cottage cheese through a sieve; ... chill. Beat the dry milk with 1/2 ... Serves 12. Prepare cheesecake according to above ... pound) can of blueberries.
Spray bottom and ... 350 degrees. Combine cottage cheese, eggs, 2 ... proportion of 2 teaspoons cinnamon to 6 packets of sweetener, enough to make 1 cup.
Mix all above together; line pan and save 1 cup for top.
Using blender, mix all ingredients for cake until smooth. Pour half of mixture into Pam sprayed 8 inch pie or cake pan. Combine topping ingredients ...
Make dough by ... beat together cream cheese, sugar, egg ... Bake in middle of a very hot oven (475) for about 5 minutes or until golden brown. 15 servings.
Grease 1 (9") ... cracker crumbs. Sieve cottage cheese into large mixing ... completely on wire rack. Chill. Remove sides of pan. Makes about 12 servings.
Grease 1 (9") ... cracker crumbs. Sieve cottage cheese into large mixing ... 12 servings. NOTE: Cheesecake may be frozen. ... allowed to cure for several days.
Whip in a ... minutes; bake another 15 minutes with topping. Blend all the above topping ingredients. Chill cheesecake overnight and top with fresh raspberries.
Sprinkle gelatin over ... Sieve or beat cottage cheese on high speed ... Loosen from side of pan with sharp knife. Release springform. Yield: 12 servings.
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