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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:
10/28/2004
Everyone liked it at work. The flavor was great. The texture was a little different, maybe I didn't blend the cottage cheese enough. Overall a good low calorie substitute for that overpowering cheesecake craving.
posted:
10/2/2004
Great recipe! I made it with lime jello and didn't use graham cracker crumbs. Excellent lowfat, low calorie snack, but still sweet tasting.
posted:
9/23/2004
This cheesecake was delicous because it wasn't heavy & as high fat as normal cheesecakes. People just raved about how light & tasty it was. I also made it with the lime jello and that was a wonderful version of keylime pie!!
posted:
5/17/2004
I loved this recipe! I used a lime jello instead of lemon and it was just like a wonderful key-lime pie!
posted:
4/28/2004
This is very good, it's light yet taste great.
posted:
4/26/2004
I made this for the "Atkins" people at work who cannot usually enjoy our monthly birthday celebrations. We had two other "regular" cakes. This was the first to go, even a few non-dieters tried it -- and liked it. Right now I think I am a hero at work. True, it does not taste like regular cheesecake (the only reason I say very good rather than superb), but I would certainly make it again. (And it was so labor intensive! I had to wait for that water to boil and spend 2 whole minutes stirring the Jello.) Definitely, definitely worth trying.
posted:
3/29/2004
Very easy, few ingredients, very tasty! Weight Watchers, 2 pts per serving. I would definately make again.
posted:
1/18/2004
I used strawberry jello in the brand described in the recipe. I froze the pie before letting it thaw a little in the refrigerator since it was taking a while to set. My husband and I both really enjoyed it. While it does not have the TRUE taste of a high calorie cheesecake, it is good enough to make over and over again because it is soooo low in fat and calories. Definitely worth it.
posted:
11/26/2003
My hubby who is diabetic really enjoyed this pie...being of the "older generation",I grew up on jello..it never ceases to amaze me as to the many way jello can be served AND THANK GOD FOR SUGAR-FREE.....
posted:
8/11/2003
This is a good light dessert if you are watching your fat intake.
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