Cheesecake recipe?

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    Please does anyone have a non-baked cheesecake recipe? I've got sugar free jelly plus fromage frais and or yogurts , but don't know what quantities of water etc. to use to make sure it sets. I've also got some frozen mixed berries to decorate - am I right to think jelly doesn't set very well with these in? Thanks for your suggestions
     
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    hmmm. Thanks Circes, but it's the gelatine I don't have, but I do have a glut of sugar free jelly that I'd like to use
     
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    OK. I have made my cheesecake. For the base 8 digestive biscuits and 8tsp very low fat spread. Then I mixed 2 sachets of strawberry sugar free jelly with 1 pint of water and made up to 1 1/2 pints using a combination of fat free strawberry yoghurt and fat free fromage frais. That set ok. Then I topped with a mixture of red berries. In the end I bought some gelatine and added sugar free cordial, a bit of splenda and the juice from the berries to make a glaze over the fruit.

    Syns = 3 1/2 syns per digestive, 1/2 syn per tsp marg. and 1 1/2 syns per jelly. Total 35 syns. It should serve 8, so just under 4 1/2 syns per portion. But as there are 6 of us, I suspect portions will be larger, so will count just under 6 per person.

    It's in the fridge now, chilling for tomorrow's lunch. Will report back afterwards.
     
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    Well, it was pretty good. Not really cheescakey, more like blancmange. The biscuit base was a bit soggy. I wonder if it might be better to use real butter for the difference in syns. Or double up the biscuits and low fat spread to make it thicker. But a nice dessert all the same.
     
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