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PHILADELPHIA 3-STEP Low-Fat Berry Cheesecake

PHILADELPHIA 3-STEP Low-Fat Berry Cheesecake recipe
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Do you need an excuse for cheesecake? How about this: The fresh berries that top this low-fat dessert are a good source of vitamin C. And did we mention it’s delicious?
10 min
4 hr 55 min
10 servings
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Okay I have to say I was a skeptic but because the website is Kraft and they make the Philadelphia cream cheese I went ahead a made it withe the fat free cream cheese. First I think I blended too much with the mixture so it was a little liquidity, so next time I won't mix as much. That being said I cooked for an hour to make sure the middle was cooked all the way thru and I refrigerated over night. Cheesecake is always better the next day with a full day in the fridge. It taste pretty good almost like the real thing. I feel good about the recipe and that I didn't cheat on my diet.
This was delicious and easy to prepare, and I love the fact that it is healthier for me.
Since I'm a big fan of cheese cake and trying to keep my weight down, I'm so glad someone came up with a low fat recipe. I really enjoyed it. But, just one thing...I bought two packages of cream cheese instead of three in error. Oops! Well, I decided to experiment and use the two packages to see how it would turn out. It still came out pretty good. Love the lemon zest flavor. Will make this again using three packages of cream cheese next to see what teh difference in taste and texture will be.
The texture was lumpy and weird. It was rather bland and definitely obvious that it was low fat. I would not recommend this unless you are really trying to avoid fat. It wasn't that good and I wouldn't use this recipe again.
I'm a swede who fell in love with cheesecake when I lived in California for a year. I've been trying to make the lovely cheesecakes I remembered and make it a little more nutrious and this was absolutely perfecy. I served it at a birthday party and it was all gone in seconds.
Very good cheesecake, I was out of vanilla extract so I used orange extract and instead of the fresh fruit I used a can of light cherry pie filling. It was great, My kids loved it and each had two pieces!!
The cake is good, but I ended up with a thick skin on the top. It tastes good and I will make it again.
The cheesecake wasn't very sweet and had a strange texture. I think fat free cream cheese just isn't as good as regular, maybe.
I didn't cook the cake long enough, so the middle was mushy but from what I tasted along the cooked edge it was great!
Easy & yummy! Everyone thought it was bought from the store....;)
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