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Old 06-06-2007, 06:04 PM   #361
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Did anyone have trouble with portion control on these? I made a half batch and ate them all in a day.

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Old 06-07-2007, 07:52 AM   #362
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Yes I definitely do. I have to freeze the batch and then take out a serving or I will binge on these. Portion control is one of my personal demons.
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Old 06-07-2007, 08:18 AM   #363
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I didn't have room to put everything back in the ice chest when I left my mother's house Monday. So I had to leave my last two cream cheese muffins. I didn't think my mom would want them so I told her to throw them away. My step dad(he's diabetic) said "I'll eat them!". My mom said he really liked them, and told her you gotta taste these...look at what she eats for diet food!!!
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:54 PM   #364
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I would love to make these like little quiches. How could I make them not sweet? If i leave out the sweetener could I add shredded cheese instead? I was thinking they could be made as mexican,or italian, or with chipped olives, etc. Do you think they would turn out OK?

Mmmmm....or with shredded cheese, ham, sliced green onions, maybe a little salsa mixed in......or with sliced pepperoni, chopped mushrooms, chopped green bell pepper, chopped onion, olives...

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Old 06-11-2007, 04:00 AM   #365
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Oh these sound wonderful! I've made beachgirl's cheesecake in the past and cut it into squares with a little SF Strawberry Jam on top and they were delicious - even my teen son was eating them when I wasn't paying attention!

I can't wait to try these muffin ones!!

I just have one question:

Do you think it would be o.k. to use the "Whipped" Cream Cheese in the tub instead? Would I maybe need to mix it less? I do not have any regular block CC but I have a tub of the whipped that I need to find a use for. What do you all think?
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Old 06-11-2007, 04:24 AM   #366
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I think it would work as long as the ounces were the same.
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Do you think it would be o.k. to use the "Whipped" Cream Cheese in the tub instead? Would I maybe need to mix it less? I do not have any regular block CC but I have a tub of the whipped that I need to find a use for. What do you all think?
You could certainly try, but I think they may have a less-dense and compact consistency, maybe, because so much air is beaten into whipped cream cheese? And everyone here is right - they are WONDERFUL eaten cold.
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:35 AM   #368
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Does anyone know if these are legal for phase 1 of the South Beach Diet? How about phase 2? Thanks!
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Old 06-11-2007, 01:14 PM   #369
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OMG, gotta try these today!!! I dont have philly brand cream cheese - read a couple of pages ago that if it's not philly, wont turn out right. Also, not a splenda fan, any idea how much stevia I could use as a substitute??

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Old 06-12-2007, 02:37 AM   #370
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OMG, gotta try these today!!! I dont have philly brand cream cheese - read a couple of pages ago that if it's not philly, wont turn out right. Also, not a splenda fan, any idea how much stevia I could use as a substitute??

Thanks Joan!!
I have spent quite a while reading through this whole thread and I didn't see anywhere that it had to be Philly cream cheese? In fact I think someone said she uses the 1/3 lower fat kind. I believe it was mentioned if you use the lower fat one it is softer....could be wrong


I have issues with my oven but tried this recipe tonight. I wanted to use my mini muffin tin but since back surgery (3 years ago) I have a real hard time using the oven (I can't bend effectively enough to put food in or take out of oven) so I don't bake much and apparently my kids have lost my mini tin.

I have a smaller (older) regular muffin pan so I used it and ended up with enough to make 15 muffins. I put 12 in the pan and the rest I heated in the microwave then cooled in the freezer while I waited for the oven to finish.

I tried the microwaved portion after it cooled and it was really good, hope the rest is!

My oven runs hotter than it should, I love making home made bread (something I have given up so that I can have a hope at possibly losing weight) and it took me several messed up hard brick like loaves before I figured out how to adjust the heat for bread, not sure I figured it out for these though! The tops were dark brown but they seemed almost custardy in texture as I put them in baggies before I went to bed.

Still, I am happy as can be that I ran across this thread!!
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Old 06-12-2007, 03:48 AM   #371
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[COLOR="DarkOrchid"] I made 1 batch using Philly cream Cheese and they were WONDERFUL! Then I used the store brand for the 2nd batch and they were awful!! [/COLOR]
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Yep, they only seem to taste right with the Philly cream cheese. Also they are much better after they cool in the fridge for a while. Joan
WhiteHot - I think these are the two comments pegbord was referring to from Page 12 of this thread.

After reading this thread, I decided I HAD to make a batch myself. I used the Whipped Philly Cream Cheese and I set them on the counter for about an hour before I started making them. I also skipped the nuking them part at the beginning since I figured the CC being whipped already wouldn't require me to nuke it to make it soft. I added the splenda - then beat the eggs and vanilla seperately before adding to the CC & Splenda bowl. Lightly mixed them until everything was well blended. Lined a 12 Muffin Tin with Paper Liners that I sprayed with Pam first. Then I crushed up some walnuts and sliced almonds and placed a little bit in the bottom of each paper cup. Filled with the Cheesecake Mixture and then topped all but 3 of them with SF Smucker's Strawberry Jam. The last three I sprinkled with Pumpkin Pie Spice. I baked them for almost 20 minutes then turned off the oven and opened the door a little. Let them sit for 1 hour and they were perfect! They didn't fall at all. I had to taste one while they were still a little warm and it was good but I know tomorrow they are going to be amazing. I placed them in the refrigerator and my son has already informed me that he wants one for breakfast. They tasted pretty much like cheesecake to me even though I used the Whipped Cream Cheese. I did add an extra spoonful of the CC to the mix "just in case". I can't wait to try one tomorrow!

*I just wish the stupid Splenda wouldn't make the tip of my tongue feel numb!*
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Old 06-12-2007, 10:43 AM   #372
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WhiteHot - I think these are the two comments pegbord was referring to from Page 12 of this thread.

OOPs, I guess after reading the multiple posts in the beginning of the thread (back 3 months earlier) from ppl who were using other variations I missed that or I assumed the difference was more likely due to cooking times and not brands of cc.

I used Western Family brand cc and they are great this morning (just got up and I'm eating one for breakfast right now) and they are great. I think the tops of mine look a lot like the first pic I saw of these (many many pages back) instead of the later pics that were paler and more cheesecake looking but the "muffin" is definately a cheesecake!

Cheesecake is one of the things that got me an extra 35# since my hysterectomy in December. I found a 70 oz new york cheesecake for $8.89 in our local grocery store's freezer case (restaurant and institution part). This one is the same that local restaurants are charging $3 each so I took advantage of the bargain a bit too much!

Now I can have one of these instead.

In mine I used the recipe as it was written in the first post and I think they are too sweet. I had large eggs in the fridge and bought a box of medium eggs and we put them side by side and they were the EXACT same size so I guess I used 2 medium eggs and I put a pan of water on the rack below these while they were cooking, that was the only thing I did different.--unless you count not splitting it into exactly 12 muffins (I used a heaping Tbs in each tin)

Next time I'll put in a little less splenda. These are MUCH better than the cheesecake recipe I tried from my Atkins book.
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Old 07-01-2007, 12:35 PM   #373
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went crazy looking for this recipe couldnt find it in a search or in the sticky forums and is on p9 so I am bumping it up.
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Old 07-01-2007, 01:41 PM   #374
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Craving peanut butter today-added 1/4 teaspoon of the PNB LorAnns. Turned out great without the extra pnb calories. Also topped with sf chocolate chips from Dixie Diner-very good.
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:24 PM   #375
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OH...I have made these before.

I used 1/2 the recipe and made 12 in my mini muffin cups.
I added some sour cream, put pumpkin pie spice in the mix, used gingerbread davinci's syrup and sprinkled the top with a little cinnamon.

They turned out really great.
With the combo I used, I believe the total batch was less than 10 carbs. The size works great for me with portion control. I will just grab one or two at a time. Like others said, this is a very hefty treat. It does not take much to fill you up.

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Old 07-01-2007, 07:52 PM   #376
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I did the 1/2 recipe tonight in the mini muffin pan and added 1 T. of Jok n Al pineapple fruit spread. Yummo!! mini pineapple cheesecakes.
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Old 07-05-2007, 01:08 PM   #377
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I did the 1/2 recipe tonight in the mini muffin pan and added 1 T. of Jok n Al pineapple fruit spread. Yummo!! mini pineapple cheesecakes.
Kevin,

Did you add the pineapple spread to the batter and bake or use it as a topping? Either way they sound devine!
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Old 07-19-2007, 06:09 PM   #378
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I made these 2 days ago and they are very very good. I made a whole batch and substituted the splenda with strawberry davincis. I put 1 cup of fresh whole strawberries in the blender, blended them up and used that as my topping. YUMMY! I turned off the oven at 18 minutes and then let them sit in there for about 30 minutes. They came out perfect! The only thing I will do different next time is use 1 egg instead of 2 because they were a bit eggy to me. Still good though! I'm so glad I found this thread!
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Old 07-21-2007, 04:45 PM   #380
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I have to ask you this, in your post you mentioned that you added S/F Smuckers Strawberry Jam to each muffin.

I haven't made these yet and I'm not really much of a baker, but I have to ask... Is the S/F jam added to the muffins before you bake them?

After reading all the pages on the muffins, someone mentioned that after cooling the center drops or indents a little. I thought then you would add something in the center of the muffin.

Again, sorry to ask such a dumb question, but I want to do it right.

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I made these 2 days ago and they are very very good. I made a whole batch and substituted the splenda with strawberry davincis. I put 1 cup of fresh whole strawberries in the blender, blended them up and used that as my topping. YUMMY! I turned off the oven at 18 minutes and then let them sit in there for about 30 minutes. They came out perfect! The only thing I will do different next time is use 1 egg instead of 2 because they were a bit eggy to me. Still good though! I'm so glad I found this thread!

They are not eggy after you refrigerate overnight.
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They came out perfect! The only thing I will do different next time is use 1 egg instead of 2 because they were a bit eggy to me. Still good though! I'm so glad I found this thread!
I have always just added one egg...and they come out perfect every time.
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They are not eggy after you refrigerate overnight.
Maybe it's my tastebuds or something but even after 2 or 3 days they still tasted eggy. I have to admit though, that I tried one after it cooled and before I refridgerated it and maybe that's why the taste stayed on me. I did make another batch yesterday though with only 1 egg and OMG! They are to die for! I'll be making mine with only one egg from now on! These are great AND they haven't stalled me at all!!
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Thanks for the bumps, I had been meaning to try these. I made them using the original recipe with 1/2 Splenda Quick Pack. Also put some Carb Counters choc chips on half of them. They were yummy out of the oven and FABULOUS this morning. Unfortunately they aroused the sleeping dragon though. I did something I haven't done since I started Atkins - I got up in the middle of the night to eat some! I used to do that when we had cookies or ice cream in the house. Then I polished off the full batch today. I feel physically lousy from working a 24-hour night shift Saturday/Sunday, and I think my resistance to bad habits is low.

So - I love 'em, DH likes them, but I won't be making them again until I figure out a system whereby I can avoid eating all of them!
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Thanks for the bumps, I had been meaning to try these. I made them using the original recipe with 1/2 Splenda Quick Pack. Also put some Carb Counters choc chips on half of them. They were yummy out of the oven and FABULOUS this morning. Unfortunately they aroused the sleeping dragon though. I did something I haven't done since I started Atkins - I got up in the middle of the night to eat some! I used to do that when we had cookies or ice cream in the house. Then I polished off the full batch today. I feel physically lousy from working a 24-hour night shift Saturday/Sunday, and I think my resistance to bad habits is low.

So - I love 'em, DH likes them, but I won't be making them again until I figure out a system whereby I can avoid eating all of them!
I agree these are evil-they are the debil! I end up eating the whole batch over the course of a day! Don't make these too often as I can't control myself.
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What was the final verdict on whether these are freezable? It would help me with portion control.
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What was the final verdict on whether these are freezable? It would help me with portion control.
i think if you double wrap them before you freeze, then thaw in fridge, they should be ok.
i made these sunday, and i only have 4 left... sunk a tiny square of dark chocolate in some of them- yum!
where do you live at in CA? i am in orange, ca... the weather is great, but i am missing the change of seasons i had in the midwest...
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