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In the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, cheesecake is typically made with a base of crushed biscuits and butter and topped with a fruit compote. The most common filling is a mixture of cream cheese, sugar and cream and it is not baked - gelatine may also be used to keep the filling firm.


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"Marino's cheesecake will set you back 504 calories per serving. Crazy! I recommend that you cut the recipe in half and use a smaller pan."

Call me crazy... 504 calories doesn't sound TOO bad, to me. Better than Cheesecake Factory, for SURE!

I guess that I burn 300 calories in 30 mins on the elliptical... so that is 2 work outs (with 100 cals left over). If it is really good cheesecake, it is worth it. :)

I'll go with your suggestions to slim it down... and I think I'll make 4 cheesecakes and freeze three of them.

Thanks for the recipe, KD!

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