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Combine Nesquik and gelatin in small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Beat cream cheese, sugar and cocoa in large bowl with mixer until smooth. Add Nesquik mixture. Pour into crust and chill 3 hours or until firm.
By IMAQT1962 from ILLINOIS
Beat cream cheese, brown sugar, granulated sugar, milk and vanilla in mixing bowl on high speed for 2 minutes. Add melted chocolate, beat on medium speed for 2 minutes.
Pour into crust and chill 1 1/2 hours or until firm.
By IMAQT1962 from Illinois
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water, let cool until slightly thickened, add sugar to cream cheese and mix. Beat Carnation milk until foamy, add cooled gelatin, continue beating. Add cream cheese, sugar mixture and vanilla, beat well. Pour into graham cracker crust. Chill.
Note: It's best to chill Carnation milk several hours before beating and have cream cheese softened.
By Robin from Washington, IA
A easy to make quick recipe that you don't need to bake. This page contains no bake cherry cheesecake.
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Here is a yummy cool desert for summer, No Bake Cheesecake! I put this together myself, my own recipe.
Follow the directions on the pudding box, stir mix and milk till almost thick, then add the cream cheese and cool whip. Beat till fluffy and thick. Pour this mixture into the pre-made pie crust. Cover and chill in the refrigerator for a few hours.
*Optional: topping can be sugar-free frozen strawberries or any fruit you choose. You can also drizzle melted sugar-free ice cream topping like chocolate or caramel.
This is great for summer, no baking and it's SO YUMMY, my husband loved it! Plus, not a lot of fat or sugar, it's good for you!
By Gepe from Queen Creek, AZ
My friend served something like this half frozen in dessert cups, minus the graham cracker crumbs or crust. It looked like a soft serve ice cream. It wasn't the consistency of soft serve, but it was good.
I have made this for years: softened cream cheese, sugar free lemon jello mix (dry), cool whip, I mix these ingredients, then put it in graham cracker crumb crust. Then I add low sugar cherry pie filling on top, cool. It really is delicious, my family always wants this for holidays. We are diabetic so this makes almost sugar free. Laverne (09/01/2006)
I have a recipe which sounds like the one you may be looking for. Mine is called "cool lemon dessert" Really nice lite summer dessert.
2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup butter
2 tbsp brown sugar
Press into 9 X 13 pan
Refridgerate 1 can of carnation evaporated milk for 1 hour. Then whip until doubled. Gradually add
1/2 cup white sugar
4 tbsp lemon juice
1 pkg lemon jello dissolved in 1/2 cup boiling water.
Pour over crust and chill 4 or more hours.
Top with whipped topping.
By Nova Scotia cook
I am looking for a no bake Cheesecake made with carnation milk, lemon jello, and graham crumb crust.
Vivian From Belleair Beach, FL
Whip evaporated milk until it is thickened and will hold a peak? Question. Do you whip it with the sugar or by itself? (10/08/2005)
Whip the "chilled" evaporated milk by itself. You ix the sugar with the cream cheese. Make sure you clean the beaters good before whipping the evaporated milk. You will want to use chilled beaters and bowl for best results.
Susan from ThriftyFun (10/08/2005)
My recipe for no bake cheesecake makes a large size 9 by 13 pan which I make a graham cracker crust in before I start.
First put 1 can of evapopated milk in freezer to chill "not freeze" it won't work if frozen.
Small bowl~1 cup boiling water 1 3oz. pkg. lemon jello stir till disolved set aside to cool. Large bowl~ 2 8oz. pkg. cream cheese 3/4 cup sugar
mix until well blended. When jello is cooled mix into cream cheese mixture.
Whip the evaporated milk until thick then gently fold it into cream cheese mixture. Pour into cooled graham cracker crust. (10/10/2005)