Fluffy 3-Ingredient 🇯🇵AIR Cheesecake in 5 MINUTES


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  1. d milgate
    d milgate says:

    Reminds me of no-bake cheesecake, or Milnot cheesecake. Whipped Milnot (or evaporated milk), beaten and sweetened cream cheese, and partially-set lemon gelatin, folded into whipped Milnot or canned milk, then poured over a graham cracker crust and refrigerated. This was the only cheesecake I knew growing up. Cool and refreshing!

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  2. Paul Zimmerman
    Paul Zimmerman says:

    Can you please try this freezable breakfast muffin?
    1 cup Bisquick
    4 beaten eggs
    1 lb browned sausage patties or links
    1 cup shredded yellow cheese
    Bake 350 for 20 minutes
    Break up the pork sausage and mix in with Bisquick, eggs, and shredded yellow cheese of your choice. It IS a muffin so mix it all together. Don’t over work the Bisquick. Mix and pour into muffin tins. Makes 12 muffins in a regular muffin tin smeared with sausage grease or Crisco. They freeze great. Ready to microwave and you’re good to go.

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  3. Kary Hanson
    Kary Hanson says:

    Hey Ms Emmy. I understand ur just doing a cover of a recipe. I don't see how this recipe is a breakthrough or even a new recipe. This is basically a no-bake cheesecake…nothing new or original. U mentioned some of the better aspects…such as being not being heavy, not as sweet and the mouth feel. What r some hazards or pitfalls to watch out for? How far in advance can this b made and plated. How long till the cream deflates (not sure if creamcheese is a sufficient stabilizer). What r some possible applications other than a cup of mousse? I of course do not know how u or others will react to my comments, it is my hope that it is viewed as 2 people with similar interests sharing ideas betwixt themselves and not as anything negative 😅 who knows mayb doing something along those lines could lead to a new channel 🤗

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  4. Keachybean
    Keachybean says:

    I made the cream cheese out of the Greek yogurt. It looked right and was the right consistency, but it didn’t taste right. Didn’t have the tangyness I expected even after aging it for a week in the fridge. Biggest issue is that the amount of yogurt needed cost me $6 and a block of cream cheese at Walmart costs $2. LOL

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  5. Thomas Miller
    Thomas Miller says:

    If you don't want to take the time to drain a batch of Greek yogurt, go to your local Middle Eastern market and buy a tub of labneh. Labneh is delicious, but I find it a bit milkier tasting and the texture is a little different from cream cheese.

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