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I think I was able to replicate the 70's Weight Watcher's recipe for their sugar-free cheesecake that people seem to be unsuccessfully looking for.
By Bob Skowron from Yorba Linda, CA
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We loved a Weight Watchers creation from the 70s and can't remember all the ingredients. Does anyone have the cheescake recipe that included cottage cheese, dry milk, gelatin, vanilla, etc.? We put it in custard dishes and used it for a lunch (2/3 cup cottage cheese portion). We would really appreciate anyone's input. Thanks so much.
By Pat from Rio Rancho, NM
I have some vintage WW cook books, I will look for it for you. (10/20/2010)
This doesn't have dry milk, but maybe:
No Cooking Chiffon Cheesecake
Sprinkle gelatin on lemon juice placed in blender container. Add hot water, egg yolks, sugar substitute, cheese and crushed ice. Turn on high speed and run until well blended. Fold in egg whites, that have been beaten until they form peaks. Chill until set (sets very gradually). 4 servings. Very easy, very good. (10/20/2010)
Keep in mind that this recipe uses uncooked eggs. Food safety experts now consider eating raw eggs to be unsafe. You can get salmonella poisoning which can be fatal. You could try using eggbeaters and the product called just whites. Both products come in cartons in the dairy case. Both are pasteurized so they would be considered safe to eat uncooked. (10/22/2010)
By Jane Foley
My mom used to make this when I was a child.
Makes 8 servings (10/24/2010)
By Ann Lopez
I think this is what you're looking for:
Blend ingredients and pour in pre-formed pie crust. Chill and serve.
By Bob Skowron