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Knox gelatine NO BAKE CHEESE CAKE I envelope knox gelatine 2 - 8 oz. cream cheese 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup boiling water 1 teas. vanilla 1 - 9" prepared graham cracker crust In a bowl dissolve sugar and g
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Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 5:30 AM EDT
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Knox gelatine NO BAKE CHEESE CAKE I envelope knox gelatine 2 - 8 oz. cream cheese 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup boiling water 1 teas. vanilla 1 - 9" prepared graham cracker crust In a bowl dissolve sugar and gelatine in one cup boiling water,I use a whisk to stir,about 5 min or until sugar and gelatine are completely dissolved In another bowl beat cream cheese and vanilla until softened,slowly beat in gelatin mixture until completely mixed well,pour into prepared crust and chill for 4 or more hrs. I always make two of these because my family really enjoys them just double the ingredients and pour into two prepared pie crusts.I top the cheese cakes with either cherry or blueberry pie filling,one can is plenty for two cheese cakes.I love this recipe because you don't have to heat up the house with the oven.
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Gale, how is the "cheesecake taste" of this recipe? hubby only wants "real" cheesecake, but I have everything to make this & would like to try it, but I do not want to eat it all myself Sealed.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 6:59 AM EDT
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    i SHARED THIS COOKIE RECIPE WITH MY SISTER.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 7:51 AM EDT
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Every year it take my broccoli salad to Easter dinner at church.  I've posted the recipe before but in case we have new members - here it is Broccoli Salad Broccoli - washed, dried and cut into "flowerettes" Caulifowler - washed dried and cut into small pieces Bacon - lots of bacon, fried, drained and cut into small pieces Almond slices Grapes - red grapes are best... washed and dried, separated Onions - any onion (Vidalia is best) cut into small pieces Raisins IF you like raisins DRESSING 1 cup Mayo 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 cup milk (I use less for thicker dressing) 1 Tblsp vinegar
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Every Friday at work we have lunch brought in and one place where we order has a broccoli and bacon salad that we all like. This sounds like that salad, except for the grapes and almond slices and the addition of sunflower seeds. Thanks for the recipe!

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 7:57 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : Hi Darla,whenever we go to Walnut Creek we eat at The Der Dutchman restaurant and they serve these and mustard eggs on their salad bar.I have to check out GFS for the beets. I always make 18 eggs too! Most people don't but I love them and so does hubby,he doesn't care for the beets just the eggs.Ever since we have been married almost 33 years now these have been a part of our Easter meal.Reading is a wonderful thing you can go anywhere and never leave your house.
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Gale, I'll have to look for this restaurant. Trying to find restaurants that serve German style food is hard, even in the San Francisco area.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 9:24 AM EDT
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In Response to SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : Gale, how is the "cheesecake taste" of this recipe? hubby only wants "real" cheesecake, but I have everything to make this & would like to try it, but I do not want to eat it all myself .
Posted by FRAN M


Hi Jean,it's a great no bake cheese cake I have a great recipe for a baked cheese cake but believe it or not my guys like this one better.It tastes like cheesecake because this is only made with a little water to dissolve the knox and sugar and the rest is cream cheese.Anywhere I take this everyone loves it.If you would like the baked cheese cake recipe which has an almond crust I would be more than happy to post it for you.I just made two of these today as my birthday cake,this is one of my favorite desserts.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 9:38 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : Gale, I'll have to look for this restaurant. Trying to find restaurants that serve German style food is hard, even in the San Francisco area.
Posted by Jean M


This is not a traditioinal "German "restaurant,it's Pennsylvania Dutch.They are Amish most of German decent but their cooking is different.It is just good old fashioned cooking.They serve,the greatest chicken I have ever eaten anywhere,roast beef and ham.Mashed potatoes, vegetables and gravyThey do have a family syle dinner which is more expensive but it is served at the table and it's all you can eat.I have a few Amish cook books but the only thing that is German that I have found in them is Schnitzel.But if you are looking for a great old fashioned stick to your ribs meal this is the place to go.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 10:12 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : This is not a traditioinal "German "restaurant,it's Pennsylvania Dutch.They are Amish most of German decent but their cooking is different.It is just good old fashioned cooking.They serve,the greatest chicken I have ever eaten anywhere,roast beef and ham.Mashed potatoes, vegetables and gravyThey do have a family syle dinner which is more expensive but it is served at the table and it's all you can eat.I have a few Amish cook books but the only thing that is German that I have found in them is Schnitzel.But if you are looking for a great old fashioned stick to your ribs meal this is the place to go.
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Oh, I am disappointed. I just did a search and found that this restaurant is in Walnut Creek, Ohio, not Walnut Creek, California.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/30/2012 10:12 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE:
In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : This is not a traditioinal "German "restaurant,it's Pennsylvania Dutch.They are Amish most of German decent but their cooking is different.It is just good old fashioned cooking.They serve,the greatest chicken I have ever eaten anywhere,roast beef and ham.Mashed potatoes, vegetables and gravyThey do have a family syle dinner which is more expensive but it is served at the table and it's all you can eat.I have a few Amish cook books but the only thing that is German that I have found in them is Schnitzel.But if you are looking for a great old fashioned stick to your ribs meal this is the place to go.
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Oh, I am disappointed. I just did a search and found that this restaurant is in Walnut Creek, Ohio, not Walnut Creek, California.

Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE

posted at 3/31/2012 7:11 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: SHARE A FAVORITE EASTER RECIPE : Oh, I am disappointed. I just did a search and found that this restaurant is in Walnut Creek, Ohio, not Walnut Creek, California.
Posted by Jean M


I'm sorry Jean.Yes it's Walnut Creek Ohio.Now if you ever come to Ohio this is a great area to explore.A lot of little specialty shops ,cheese ,candy,bakery and wonderful food.Great scenery any time of the year.My son and daughter in law spent their honeymoon near Walnut Creek,they stayed in a cabin.The last time we went they showed me where they stayed.These are all new cabins,with jacuzzi's,fireplaces,kitchens and all have a back patios with gas grills.Their cabin even had an indoor waterfall.I would love to stay there for a long weekend.
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