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Low-Fat Lemon Souffle Cheesecake

Low-Fat Lemon Souffle Cheesecake recipe
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Don't be intimidated by the soufflé part! It describes the luscious texture of this lemony cheesecake—not the required skill level!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
7/31/2009
Light and refreshing and VERY easy to make. This is not really like cheesecake and much more like a mousse. My only problem was that I couldn't find sugar free lemon jello and had to use the regular sugar one. Still delicious and I liked the tart flavor. I added strawberries and blueberries on top and a drizzle of rasberry jam. The berries were a nice addition but the graham cracker crumbs were hardly even noticeable. Overall it was a nice, guiltfree treat (but NOT cheesecake).
posted:
3/16/2009
This was wonderful! I won't bother with the graham crackers next time as they aren't needed. Will make this again and again!
posted:
3/1/2009
I made this with lemon jell-o, omitted the "crust", and served it with fresh strawberry slices. Hard to believe it was only 100 calories per (big) slice! I will definitely make this again and again and look forward to trying different flavor combinations.
posted:
8/18/2008
my brother loved this pie!
posted:
5/30/2007
I've made this several times... This is a bit tart so I changed it a bit. I have found that making an extra vanilla pudding and spreading it over the top of this takes the edge off and you don't have to add the whipped cream or if you want it extra sweet that would be ok too.
posted:
5/10/2007
Very easy to make. Very healthy if made with fat free and sugar free ingredients.
posted:
5/1/2007
Wonderful light dessert! I find that the lower fat cottage cheese is slightly salty, so I used an extra graham cracker with 1 teaspoon of sugar added, which really added a boost. Husband loves it!
posted:
2/16/2007
this is very easy to make. i didn't use any graham cracker crumbs, and after it chills it congeals well enough that it still stays together in slices. It was delicious and completely guilt free. for a 100 calorie dessert, the rich sweet taste can't be beat. the lemon gives it enough tang that it doesn't have the odd taste you sometimes get with sugar free and fat free products.
posted:
1/28/2007
I used Fat Free Cottage Cheese and a Low Calorie Graham Cracker to reduce the calories a bit more.
posted:
1/8/2007
I made this recipe using the Orange sugar-free jello, but instead of making a pie I made 18 lined muffin cup's, I crushed some Famous Chocolate Waffer's on the botton of the liner then added the cream cheese mixture then two Maderine Oranges placing them back to back to look like a butterfly and then I grated chocolate on top (I called them Butterfly Kisses)... I got so many compliment's on how yummy they were... My Husband ate 3!!!! This is a great recipe to have fun and be creative, there are endless possiblities... Thanks...
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