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Puddings Baked cheesecake

S: 11st3.0lb C: 11st7.0lb G: 9st7.0lb BMI: 27.6 Loss: -0st4lb(-2.55%)
Experimented with making a low-syn cheesecake using quark and this is the result...

Makes 2 - 3.5 syns per portion

Half a tub of quark
1 egg
5 teaspoons of splenda
Vanilla essence
2 light digestive biscuits - 7 syns

Crush the biscuits in a bowl and mix in a little bit of sweetener if desired. Divide the crumbs between two ramekins and press down into the base with the back of a spoon.

Mix together the quark, egg, splenda and vanilla. Divide between the two ramekins.

Heat the oven to 150degrees and bake the cheesecakes for 30 mins. Turn the oven off and allow it to cool completely with the cheesecakes inside. Leave the door open slightly to give you a more moist and not cracked top.

When cool, transfer to the fridge for an hour until ready to serve.

You can serve them with berries on top, or vary the flavouring by adding lemon zest or whatever takes your fancy.

This was my first attempt and they came out lovely! It's quite a traditional baked cheesecake texture, definitely more creamy than I was expecting and quite sharp cos of the quark...could take a bit more sweetener. It definitely tastes like the german/swiss style baked cheesecakes rather than the usual british style. But it's a nice low-syn option for a pudding and I'll be making them again :)
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S: 12st8lb C: 12st7.5lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 26.7 Loss: 0st0.5lb(0.28%)
Sounds lovely, i tried something similar last week but like you i think i needed more sweetener. The only thing i did different was used HEXB(28g) of kellogs all bran crunchy oatbakes crumbled in the blender for the base instead of the digestives. I added choc options to mine. OOOHH CHOCOLATE, yum yum!
S: 11st3.0lb C: 11st7.0lb G: 9st7.0lb BMI: 27.6 Loss: -0st4lb(-2.55%)
Nice yeah! My base was a bit squidgy...could definitely have been more crunchy so I like your idea for the base. Might try that next time. I am not really a fan of chocolate cheesecake TBH, but I can see how that would totally work! LOL! :)


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S: 19st2lb C: 11st3lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 23.2 Loss: 7st13lb(41.42%)
Ive been looking for a low syn cheesecake receipe for ages - thanks Hellie - mine are in the oven as we speak!

I've actually made mine into 5 ramekins because mine are only small so it works out at 1 1/2 syn's per cheesecake.
S: 18st4lb C: 10st12.5lb G: 10st6.5lb BMI: 24.6 Loss: 7st5.5lb(40.43%)
I'm trying this later - making the 1/2 syn roulade as i type!!

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