Living With Diabetes Diabetic Recipes: Berry Cheesecake Bars, LaVonne

Recipe Title:: Berry Cheesecake Bars

Contributed By: LaVonne

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Cheesecake treats made with Smucker's® Sugar Free Seedless Blackberry Jam

List of Ingredients:

1Crisco® Original No-Stick Cooking Spray
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
2 tbsp margarine , softened
16 oz Neufchatel cream cheese , softened
14 oz Eagle® Brand Fat Free Sweetened Condensed Milk
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp Pillsbury BEST® All Purpose Flour
8 oz Smucker's® Sugar Free Seedless Blackberry Jam (or Smucker's® Sugar Free Seedless Strawberry Jam)


1 Heat oven to 350°F. Coat 13" x 9" baking pan with no-stick spray.
2 Mix together graham cracker crumbs and margarine with a fork until evenly moistened. Press evenly into bottom of prepared pan.
3 Beat cream cheese until smooth using an electric mixer. Gradually beat in sweetened condensed milk. Add eggs, lemon juice, vanilla, and flour. Mix well. Pour over graham cracker crust.
4 Stir jam until smooth. Drop by small spoonfuls over surface of filling. With a knife swirl jam gently through filling to create marble effect.
5 Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until center is set. Cool to room temperature. Chill.

Cooking Time and Temperature:
Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until center is set

Number of Servings: 36 bars

Nutritional Analysis: Nutrition Facts: Amount Per Serving: Calories63.3, Total Carbs10.8 g, Dietary Fiber0.1 g, Sugars7.6 g, Total Fat2 g, Saturated Fat0.8 g, Unsaturated Fat1.2 g, Potassium13.9 mg, Protein2 g, Sodium52.9 mg, Dietary Exchanges 1/4 Fat

Cookbook Category
Cookies & Bars

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