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makes 5 mini-pans, 1/4 pan = 1 portion
Do not substitute yogurt for heavy cream.
Only saves 20 calories and although it does save on fat, it increases the sodium. Not a viable change.
This is the original Juniors Cheesecake as made by my dad who worked 20 years for Juniors Famous Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY.
Variation on the recipe found at:
- I reversed the cream cheese and cottage cheese amounts, I used light yogurt instead of light cream or milk and potato starch instead of flour and 2 TBL Splenda Sugar-Blend - mixed with 1/2 Cup Splenda.
Makes 8-10 good portions which are tasty and filling.
...from Healthy Cooking Magazine
we changed the serving size to 12 portions, the magazine said 24 - way tiny!
I changed the milk to yogurt and used 1/2 Cup sugar substitute, 2 TBL Splenda Sugar-blend.
I have omitted the graham cracker crust.
I do use oil or margarine in my skillet. The easiest instructions I found are here:
like a pancake - only "poorer"
I had to edit the flour because whoever entered the Best Choice didn't list the right calories. Sorry.
OMG!! Watch the Sodium!!
I make these because while I don't like meatloaf, I find I can digest these easier than plain hamburgers.
This is just me experimenting with my whole wheat flour. Next I will try half whole wheat.
Wanted to try with eggnog!
This is basic white bread recipe where I just substituted eggnog for the water or milk.
Just a variation on the cream cheese bread using eggnog as the liquid
Not a diet bread. This is my DH's favorite bread.
BreadMachine Dessert like Bread.
Made from our own ground beef with added sausage.
Paul Probetsky - Junior's Restaurant Rugalach Dough aka Rugelach Dough
Dough needs to be refrigerated before rolling and using "fill", then roll up jelly-roll style. Cut into 1" pieces and bake.
A quick tasty treat if you have some cooked pasta handy.
Pasta with tomato and cheese
We raise our own tomatoes and I was going to have just the tomatoes in the oil & vinegar but decided to add celery and cook. Looking at my Nutrition Tracker I needed to add calories and protein. I thought, why not add a can of tuna and some homemade broth. Well, I liked it! And boy is it filling plus adds protein and about 4 veggies if each tomato counts as 1.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Pumpkin Pie Cream of Wheat Cereal
- Mocha Coffee Treat
- Mondel Brot
- Carrot Pumpkin Bars
- Mini Cheesecakes
- Chicken Couscous Soup
- Soft-Serve Banana 'Ice Cream'
- Instant Potato Soup
- Zuppa Toscana Soup
- Zuppa Toscana - sausage and kale soup
- Fried Catfish
- Grilled Cheese Pizza Sandwich
- Matzo-Breaded Salmon
- No-Bake Layered Pumpkin Pie
- Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes
- Sweet Dessert Bliss
- Play N' Eat chicken Dinner
- Chicken Breasts with Red Wine Sauce
- Baked Manicotti
- Watermelon Blueberry Banana Split
- Field Peas
- Crunchy Catfish Nuggets
- Strawberry Creamcheese Bites
- Sugar Cookies
- Homemade Peanut Butter
- Chicken Wagon Wheels
- Ultimate Mini Cream Cheese Tarts
- Jewish Kugel
- Roasted Turkey
- Baked Tilapia
- sweet glazed salmon
- Crustless Pumpkin Pie
- Peanut Butter Banana Cream of Wheat
- Tuna Melt
- Salmon Patties
- Tastey Cream of Chicken Chicken Tenderloins
- Cabbage Vegetable Soup
- angie's just like take out fried rice
- Sweet Potato Chicken Stew
- Cabbage and Zucchini
- Vegetarian Pizza Toast
- Minestra (Wedding Soup)
- Fried Cabbage
- hot dog or hamburg buns
- Yummy Peaches
- Rainy Day Soup
- Lamb Shank Soup
Recipe Collections I've Shared:
I use regular foods and store brands whenever possible. I copy ALL nutritional information directly from the packages. This is NOT a diet cookbook. This is the nutritional breakdown of foods my family eats and my dad's specialty baked goods.