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Print This Delicious and Healthy Sugar Free Orange Chiffon Cheesecake Recipe

Sugar Free Orange Chiffon Cheesecake Recipe

The chiffon cake – a cross between an angel food cake and a regular style cake – was hands-down the most requested cake of the sixties. Remember orange is for springtime and lemon is for summer.

2 cups Graham cracker crumbs
8 Tablespoons Light margarine, melted
3 packetsEqual sweetener
1 cup Orange juice
1 envelope (1/4 ounce) Unflavored gelatin
12 ounces Reduced-fat cream cheese, softened
1 cup Part-skim Ricotta cheese
12 packets Equal sweetener
2 cups Light whipped topping
2 medium Oranges, peeled, seeded and chopped

Oven Temp ~ 350°
Baking Time ~ 8 -
Pan Type ~ 9-inch springform pan
Preheat oven, spray 9-inch springform pan with nonstick cooking spray.

Mix graham cracker crumbs, margarine and 3 packets Equal sweetener. Pat mixture evenly on bottom and halfway up side of pan. Bake in preheated until set.
Cool.
Pour orange juice into small saucepan. Sprinkle gelatin over orange juice and let soften 1 minute. Heat, stirring constantly until gelatin dissolves, about 3 minutes.

Blend cream cheese and Ricotta cheese in large bowl until smooth, stir in 12 packets Equal sweetener. Add gelatin mixture to cheese mixture, blend until smooth.
Fold whipped topping into cheese mixture. Stir in chopped oranges. Spoon into prepared crust and spread evenly.
Chill 6 hours or overnight. Remove side of pan, place Sugar Free Orange Cheesecake onto serving plate. Garnish with orange sections if desired.
Makes 16 sugar free orange cheesecake servings.

Nutrition facts:
Serving Size 129 g
Calories 311
Calories from Fat 204
Total Fat 22.7g 35%
Saturated Fat 9.9g 49%
Cholesterol 45mg 15%
Sodium 337mg 14%
Total Carbohydrates 20.7g 7%
Dietary Fiber 1.5g 6%
Sugars 8.6g
Protein 6.6g
Vitamin A 19% • Vitamin C 37% • Calcium 10% • Iron 6%



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