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Brilliant! I love that there's no eggs in it. Thank you Cheryl.

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Angela June 25, 2001

Just what I was looking for. I didn't use sugar in the base and instead of topping with fruit I added some drained tinned fruit salad to the filling. Great cheesecake recipe for summer....

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starcie November 17, 2008

So easy to make, and SOOO yummy! It is true, one needs to wait 24 hours for the flavour to develop. About 15 minutes in my (newish) fridge was enough to thicken it before adding the whipped cream, YMMV. I used butter in the crust, not margarine, with delicious results. Luschka - I had lumpy results the first time too. The second time I let the cream cheese get all the way to room temperature and whipped it remorselessly with the beaters. No lumps!

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Amethyst42 August 26, 2008

This was really easy (I cheated and used a bought crust) and very tasty. The flavour did develop for the second half we had today. I added some tinned cherries for decoration and it was delicious. The only problem I had was that it was quite lumpy. If you know what I did wrong that made it come out lumpy please let me know? I'm guessing it had something to do with the gelatin? Never the less, it was really tasty and I will definitely be making it again!

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Luschka July 20, 2008

I'm not a big fan of gelatin cheesecakes, but this recipe produced one of the creamiest cheesecakes I've tasted in a while. I think the whipped cream folded into the cheese did the trick. We had it with dutch apple pie filling.

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Mirj November 15, 2001
No Bake Cheesecake