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Ok I got this one from Medifast Center. Take 1% cottage cheese and put it in the blender with vanilla and equal and blend it smooth and it taste like cheesecake. I made a bowl and go to it if I am having a craving. It was really good...

Comments (22)

Yes! You just have to figure out the math on how much you make. I made a bowl and have had 2 tbsp for the day and I just deducted that from my lean. I have probably enough for 3 or 4 days. The Medifast Center said if you are craving sweets which my trigger food id PB then make this and have a couple of bites of that. Much healthier for me than 2 scoops of Peanut Butter...

Comment #1

Ok - so help me here..... you can count it as part of your lean (so how much of this would essentially equal 1 lean serving/replace 5-7 oz of protein?), right? And how much in terms of measurement are you talking about making? I'm so new at this, and the thought of "cheesecake" sounds delicious, but I dunno that I want to give up a bigger serving of protein for a bite or two only. Perhaps though, I'm just not completely getting the trade-off idea. Chalk it up to my tired brain!!??!..

Comment #2

What she's doing is using this as say 1/4 lean and then having some other lean like steak or chicken for the other 3/4 portion. Does that help?..

Comment #3

Fluffernutter.

Here is a calculation guide for figuring out portions..... Hope this helps..

Comment #4

Awesome chart thanks for sharing where I could find it. I was also wondering how much of the container of cottage cheese, vanilla and Equal that you blend together for the "cheesecake" recipe; or do you just go by taste and add more of the ingredients to balance as you mix it? Thanks - don't mean to be dense on things...

Comment #5

I used 1/2 cup CC, 2 equal, and 2 tsp of vanilla. But I did it by taste. That is what I came up with...

Comment #6

Oh THAT'S what you needed the link for!! lol.

Cottage cheese whirrled up with stronger cheese like extra sharp cheddar work well to lessen the fat content of the strong cheeses too..

Comment #7

Good point Jessica! I hope it was ok that I used your link for that.... :0)..

Comment #8

Thank you ladies! I love everyone's help around here. I'm so hungry for something that gives me a sense of "dessert". Can't wait to give this a whirl...

Comment #9

I made this for the first time. I was such a skeptic and it way Delicious..............

Comment #10

I shop at Kroger...they only carry 2% and 4% cottage cheese...they also have a "low fat" cottage cheese but it doesn't say what % it is anywhere on the container. What brand of cottage cheese is your 1% and where do you get it/can you get it??..

Comment #11

Yes but if your looking for a PB that is soooo awesome. Try Better'n Peanut Butter you can find it at Trader Joes for 2 Tbsp it is 100 calories, 2g Fat & 13g carbs. I usually will only have 1 Tbsp so you can cut all of those in half. I have mixed it with my chocolate pudding and my brownie..

YUMMY!..

Comment #12

Mine is 90 calories for 1/2 cup, 2 gms fat and 4 carbs...

Comment #13


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