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Old Mon, Jul-18-11, 13:49
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Oh so THIS is what you do with the SuperSize box of cream cheese you get at Costco!

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Old Mon, Jul-18-11, 14:01
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Oh so THIS is what you do with the SuperSize box of cream cheese you get at Costco!




Most DEFINITELY!!!!!!!!!!! LOL LOL!!
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Old Mon, Jul-18-11, 14:32
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I am totally making these tonight!!!
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Old Tue, Jul-19-11, 06:40
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I am eating 2 of these right now (made with just a few SF choc chips swirled into the batter) along with my morning coffee...mmm mmmm good.
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Old Wed, Jul-20-11, 19:03
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My first batch ever is in the oven right now. I did half a batch because I'm the only one lc'ing here, and I'm holding out for a sale on cream cheese.

I really like the kind of cheesecake that's ever so slightly lemony so I used lemon extract instead of the vanilla. I think they will be good. I tasted the batter and liked it a lot! (I have my own hens and don't really worry over salmonella)
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Old Wed, Oct-03-12, 19:58
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Bumping, because I made these tonight, and they are amazing!
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 08:15
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I needed to subscribe to this thread so I can try these...
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 08:40
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Do any of you use actual sugar with these? And what's the least amount of sugar you can use? The reason I ask is I deeply dislike the taste of Truvia and other artificial sweeteners, but obviously I'm not going to go crazy with refined sugar. So 1 teaspoon? 2 teaspoons? It must need some sugar to create the chemical reaction when baking.

I deeply love baking so that's one thing I've missed while LCing. I have made non LC treats for others, but selflessness can only go so far!
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 08:47
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Have you tried Xylitol or Splenda? I hate the taste of stevia too.
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 12:09
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I'm hitting the Aldi's on the way home!
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 12:31
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I used Splenda. You honestly don't even taste it. Oh, and these things are absolutely incredible cold. Like, I want to eat all of them RIGHT NOW!!!!
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Old Thu, Oct-04-12, 15:26
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Needed to subscribe to try. maybe tonight if I make it to the store.
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Old Tue, Oct-09-12, 09:28
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I used to make these weekly..and that was when I was loosing consistently. Time to make another batch.,,they are best IMO eaten cold. I don't really care from them right out of the oven..But eaten the next day COLD with my coffee..YUM!
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Old Tue, Oct-09-12, 10:19
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These were great! I put some chopped walnuts in the bottom for a crust and it worked.

Being primal I only sweetened with some low sugar jam (locally made, 1/3 a cup) and it was great, if a bit "wet." Will continue experimenting; my taste buds are so sensitive I don't need much of any kind of sweetener, and I think some actual fruit might do better than the jam.

Thanks!
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