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Old 11-22-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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What are the ingrediants?

Its a long shot... but I dont know the name of a desert or the proper instructions.. or ingredients

Ingredients that I know of so far are
Brick of cream cheese
Container of Whipped Topping
Rasberry juice (concentrate)

cookie crumbs mixed with butter for a shell.


I 'think' I mix the top paragraph of ingredients and pour over shell, than freeze in freezer.

Has anyone heard of this?
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Something that won't taste very good unless you add some sugar?
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Old 11-22-2009, 05:54 PM   #3
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raspberry cheescake?
http://www.grouprecipes.com/97434/fr...eese-cake.html
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yeah, raspberry cheesecake sounds right.

cream cheese itself is too rich, so the whipping cream is added to fold in, and maybe some reserved on the side as a toping.

the raspberry concentrate is the sweetener.

butter for the cookie crumb crust is so it holds together.
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hey thanks for the recipe. I didnt think I was making cheesecake, its more of a frozen desert but according to the ingredients I guess thats what I'm making. Gotta pick up cookie crumbs, I dont think crackers will taste very good.
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graham cracker's do just fine

stick them in a food processor, add some melted butter, then press it down on a pie tray

after ur done, stick it in the fridge to help set.
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Looks like no-bake cheesecake.

If you don't mind a (tiny!) bit of baking, google for a simple graham cracker crust. You'd need graham crackers (or graham cracker crumbs), sugar and butter and a brief zip in the oven. It will be a bit tastier - more fragrant - than a no-bake "crust".
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