5 Reviews

what a treat, been on a low carb diet for 3 weeks and i needed something for my sweet tooth, i didn't use the graham crackers and just put in single serving storage bowls to take for lunches. so easy and yummy

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carol.martinez April 18, 2010

I think i went a little over with the strawberry jello as it is tasting a little too fruity. It is still fantastic! Thank you so much for this recipe. It sure fits my low carb eating habits.

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l0ve2c00k October 19, 2009

My dh and I really like this cheesecake. It is so light and makes a good size dessert. I have used the orange and lemon and like both. I wish you could buy blueberry gelatin and then I could add a few blueberry's to it. I will continue making these pies.I gave my brother the recipe, he is diabetic, he really liked it too.

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faye in alabama November 15, 2007

We LOVED this! I used the orange sugar free jello and used Fat Free Cool Whip. With 1% low fat cottage cheese and the rest of the recipe as written; this recipe is 3 points per serving if you are counting points. The nutrition facts shown are for the regular cool whip. Thanks for this recipe. We will make it again using different jello flavors.

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nicoleingermantown January 09, 2007

I used Lemon Jello and prepared graham cracker crusts. It was great!

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Julie Mowad June 27, 2005
Low Fat, Low Carb Cheesecake Dream