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hi here is a fantastic white chocolate cheese cake recipe

i made it for christmas day and it was so yummy i think i ate the whole thing myself

here is one to try :D

white chocolate cheesecake that is gluten-free and yummy

185gm crushed rice biscuits(make sure they are gluten free)

90gms butter, melted

500gms cream cheese, softened

400gms can sweetened condensed milk

200gms white chocolate(melts)

300ml carton cream

1 tbles gelatine

1/4C boiling water

100gms dark chocolate, melted

Method

1, Combine biscuit crumbs and butter, press into abase of 23 cm springform pan, refridgerate until firm.

2, Beat cream cheese and condensed milk until smooth, beat in white melts then beat in cream.

3, Combine gelatine and water, stir until disolved, beat geatine into cheesecake mixture spoon over crumb crust.

4, Swirl dark chocolate through cheesecake mixture, refridgerate until firm.

hope you enjoy this as much as i did

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Jacque (or anyone else who knows),

Do you have an easy conversion for those of us who don't use the same measuring system? It would be nice to know how to convert gms, and mls, to cups, teaspoons, tablespoons, ounces, etc.

Thanks,

Mariann

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There are about 28 grams in an ounce.

Divide any of his amounts by 28 to get ounces.

I'm sure I have a little conversion guide somewhere in the kitchen for tsp's per oz. etc. but I don't know where it is

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I like the Philly CreamCheese Cheesecake recipe (on the box)!

But, the Cheesecake Nut Crust I use is:

1 1/2 cups nuts, crushed or even blended to a paste

tablespoon melted butter

teaspoon brown sugar

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon nutmeg

pinch of salt

Blend or mix. Press into cheesecake pan.

--I hope the measurements are accurate. I tend to add untill it smells the way I want it!! (It should taste like it smells! Yumm!)

Tip: When baking cheesecake, put a pan of water in the oven on the shelf under the cheesecake while baking. It really makes it great! You can cover the cheesecake if the top is browning too quickly.

Top plain cheesecake with homemade cranberry sauce!! (especially for Thanksgiving and Christmas!)

Enjoy!

Here is a quick

No Bake Cheesecake recipe

(I do like the baked version better!)

1 pkg cream cheese

1 can condensed milk

1/3 cup lemon juice

1 tsp vanilla

Blend with mixer. Pour into crust (see above Nut Crust recipe)

Refridgerate!

Quick, fast, and easy!! (did I mention how little time it takes?)--sometimes we leave out the crust part, and just eat it in custard cups!

Enjoy!

Connie

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