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Post by Lorraine on Sun 15 Feb 2009 - 22:48

When this came out of the oven, I wasn't sure if i'd got a cheesecake, an egg custard or a souffle, lol. It's a bit of a mixture but when cooled, definitely has a soft cheesecake texture.

Serves 1 - easy to make more though. 4 syns.

1 Chocolate Digestive Biscuit (4 syns)
A really good large tablespoon dollop of quark.
1 beaten egg
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
a few drops of vanilla extract
1 level tablespoon granulated sweetener (or to taste).

Put the choccy digestive in the bottom of a large ramekin - chocolate side UP.
Mix all other ingredients together until well blended, soft and creamy.
Pour over biscuit in ramekin.
Bake at 160 for approx 45 mins or until set.

Cool, and serve with fresh fruit salad.

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Post by Mrsfeefee on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 8:51

This looks really scrummy Lorraine did it taste as good as it looks?
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Post by Guest on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 9:00

where is mine. looks yummy...did u just make 1???? i must have a go.

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Post by kimb on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 9:07

i had some of this when i went to visit someone last summer and i loved it , very nice with fresh cream or ice cream .....slimming version of course
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Post by thriftycrafter on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 17:30

OK it looks yummy but quark what on earth is that? sounds disgusting, tell all, I'm guessing curds whisked with ducks feet.
did it taste good and would you eat it if 'proper' food was on offer?
I think I have a vague recollection of a recipe that had quark in it but the shop didn't sell it, a good few years back mind.

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Post by Lorraine on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 17:33

Quark is just a basically fat free soft cheese, Karelyn and it's not bad actually.

Yes, I would eat this if not dieting. A lot of cheescakes are made with quark anyway. Mr Green

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Post by thriftycrafter on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 17:35

OK I'm persauded, so how many of those can I eat on your diet? LOL

Just found the last thread where you explained what it was, I'm not reading in the right order

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Post by gingerjo on Mon 16 Feb 2009 - 19:26

You can make allsorts with quark. SW Macaroni cheese is good too Lou.
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Post by Guest on Tue 17 Feb 2009 - 16:30

where did you get the receipe? i go to slimming world as well. lost 8 1/2 pounds so far. weigh in is tomorrow so i'll see how i did this week.

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Post by Lorraine on Tue 17 Feb 2009 - 20:55

It's my own recipe, Jane. Mr Green

Good luck for your weigh in, hun.

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Post by Guest on Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 9:14

my goodness cajungirl..you made it at last.... clap

i love this recipe x x

have you got one for my mother in law..a low fat tuna pate?

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Post by gingerjo on Thu 19 Feb 2009 - 0:00

Just whiz a tin of tuna with a little cottage cheese. Yum it is.
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Post by Guest on Thu 19 Feb 2009 - 8:49

thanks Jo, i will pass it on. sounds yummy x

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Post by Guest on Thu 19 Feb 2009 - 16:41

Would be tempted to go without the choccy biscuit and be syn free.

Looks very impressive

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