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Low Calorie no bake Italian Cheesecake - low cal / high protein.

crazyravrcrazyravr Posts: 5,607Member Member Posts: 5,607Member Member
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Nutrition Facts
Servings 1.0
Amount Per Serving
calories 767
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 28 g 44 %
Saturated Fat 18 g 88 %
Monounsaturated Fat 0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 1 g
Cholesterol 107 mg 36 %
Sodium 840 mg 35 %
Potassium 324 mg 9 %
Total Carbohydrate 49 g 16 %
Dietary Fiber 7 g 27 %
Sugars 22 g
Protein 77 g 154 %
Vitamin A 14 %
Vitamin C 0 %
Calcium 107 %
Iron 24 %

Get:
20 g, Dried Cranberries - Unsweetened
2 tbsp (5 g), Cocoa Powder
15 g (1 tblsp), Dark Chocolate Chips 50% Cacao
500 gram, Ricotta Cheese - Light
0.50 scoop, Powder
1 tsp, Cream of Tartar
1 tsp(s), Vanilla Extract
0.75 cup, Egg Whites
100 ml, Espresso

Do:
Make my protein angel food cake recipe.
As thats baking, separate the tub of ricotta into 3/4 and 1/4 portions.
Add the cranberries and chocolate pieces into the 3/4 portion and mix.
Add the cocoa powder into the 1/4 portion and mix.
Line a small(ish) mixing bowl with clear plastic film and leave some on edges.
After the angel food cake is done baking saturate it with the prepared espresso (you might add rum flavour OR rum if you like) and slice into strips.
Line the bowl with the saturated cake and leave some to cover the top (I usually do 4 strips to line and 1 to top).
Place the "white" ricotta mix and press down into the bowl.
Place the "dark" ricotta mix on top.
Top with leftover angel food cake.
Fold the clear film over the top and weight the whole thing down with a heavy dish.
Please into the fidge to set and flavours infuse of the night.
Next day, enjoy :)

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edited February 4

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  • purplefizzypurplefizzy Posts: 84Member Member Posts: 84Member Member
    #weekendGoalz
  • crazyravrcrazyravr Posts: 5,607Member Member Posts: 5,607Member Member
    #weekendGoalz

    Trust me. You will not regret this. Also freezes beautifully. Better consistency when defrosted than the cheesecake. Just slice into portions, freeze on some wax paper and then once frozen place in a container / bag.
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member
    766 cals!!!! That's not volume eating! Lol jk. Love the new pic Godfather! Also, cheese cake looks amazing!
  • crazyravrcrazyravr Posts: 5,607Member Member Posts: 5,607Member Member
    psychod787 wrote: »
    766 cals!!!! That's not volume eating! Lol jk. Love the new pic Godfather! Also, cheese cake looks amazing!

    But in a way it is volume eating. Look at the macros and there is your very very delish dinner :)
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 929Member Member Posts: 929Member Member
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!
  • crazyravrcrazyravr Posts: 5,607Member Member Posts: 5,607Member Member
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!

    Do you realize the serving is the whole cake? Or did that completely go over your head?
  • Strange_FireStrange_Fire Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    Thanks for sharing! I'll file that under things I really want, but will probably never make lol #whyamIlikethis
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 929Member Member Posts: 929Member Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!

    Do you realize the serving is the whole cake? Or did that completely go over your head?

    No, it's just unhelpful. I'd rather know what the calories are for the sort of vaguely standard cheesecake-sized slice that I'm actually likely to eat for dessert.
    edited February 8
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Posts: 3,757Member Member Posts: 3,757Member Member
    I'd like to know too--how many slices (medium) do you get? 8 or 10?
    edited February 8
  • crazyravrcrazyravr Posts: 5,607Member Member Posts: 5,607Member Member
    @ceiswyn @snowflake954 Are you guys serious? There is no way you guys are serious.
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!

    Do you realize the serving is the whole cake? Or did that completely go over your head?

    No, it's just unhelpful. I'd rather know what the calories are for the sort of vaguely standard cheesecake-sized slice that I'm actually likely to eat for dessert.

    Star bucks cheese cake 397cals 117grams. This recipe, I made it, is around .9 cals a gram vs 3.5 cals a gram plus for the other.
    edited February 9
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 929Member Member Posts: 929Member Member
    psychod787 wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!

    Do you realize the serving is the whole cake? Or did that completely go over your head?

    No, it's just unhelpful. I'd rather know what the calories are for the sort of vaguely standard cheesecake-sized slice that I'm actually likely to eat for dessert.

    Star bucks cheese cake 397cals 117grams. This recipe, I made it, is around .9 cals a gram vs 3.5 cals a gram plus for the other.

    OK, so if the densities are the same it looks like your cheesecake would be about 100 cals for a slice; but it looks like the densities aren’t the same, so a slice of yours would be more than 117 grams?

    Still good value, but I’m having to do an awful lot of extra work here to figure out how many calories are in the size of serving I’d actually eat.
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 929Member Member Posts: 929Member Member
    (Forgot to say - thankyou for the followup, it does help. If all else fails, I can just make the thing and do my own measuring from there ;) )
  • TheFlyOnTheWallTheFlyOnTheWall Posts: 55Member Member Posts: 55Member Member
    It's hard to tell the exact size from the pic, but I would probably cut it into 6 slices - 767/6 = 128 calories per slice

    but that depends on finding the exact same product with the same calorie count, specifically the Ricotta Lite
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,638Member, Premium Member
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    psychod787 wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    ceiswyn wrote: »
    I... would not call 767 calories per serving 'low calorie'!

    Do you realize the serving is the whole cake? Or did that completely go over your head?

    No, it's just unhelpful. I'd rather know what the calories are for the sort of vaguely standard cheesecake-sized slice that I'm actually likely to eat for dessert.

    Star bucks cheese cake 397cals 117grams. This recipe, I made it, is around .9 cals a gram vs 3.5 cals a gram plus for the other.

    OK, so if the densities are the same it looks like your cheesecake would be about 100 cals for a slice; but it looks like the densities aren’t the same, so a slice of yours would be more than 117 grams?

    Still good value, but I’m having to do an awful lot of extra work here to figure out how many calories are in the size of serving I’d actually eat.

    For me, it does not really matter per serving, since I am going to eat it over 3 days. I will generally cut it into 3 relatively equal pieces. It will come out the same over that period. Intend to meal plan.
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Posts: 3,757Member Member Posts: 3,757Member Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    Sorry I even posted this now lol
    Promise I will post no more recipes.

    WHY?? Just because someone asked portions? Come on crazy, you've got long and great threads running with your recipes--protein cheesecake for one. Calm down and maybe take a break. We need you. This recipe is very good. <3
    edited February 11
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