Hello I'm back and brought you a recipe
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|Wed, 05-28-2003 - 7:35pm|
I've been offline, lifes just busy!
Not much new going on. Hannah's growing fast almost done with Kindergarten and going into a new (better I hope) daycare for the summer. It's nice they do feild trips every Tuesday! Then she starts 1st Grade next year! YIKES! I'm not ready! LOL She grew from Mar 20th to May 15th exactly a half inch! See my problem! She's over 4feet tall and she's not yet 6! She weighs in the lower 60's. Not skinny but not chubby really either. She has a long back and long legs! It makes buying clothes a nightmare! Nothing fits right and if it does not for long. If I buy big they fall off or she's swimming in them I have yet to find something that I can buy that's bigger to grow in that she can still wear. Half the time it's right around the waist but too short in the legs or fits the legs but too big waist.... Shirts fit around her but too short, long enough and they are too big around! I try for the happy medium and she out grows them fast! But I don't want her to look like she's always wearing something too big or too small! Grrr. YEP it's shopping time for summer clothes and shoes...how could you tell? LOL
Anyrate here's a recipe and I know we have some cheese cake fans!
1 1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs
4 cups cold milk
3 tbsp sugar
1/3 cup butter or margarine
2 packages (8 oz each) cream cheese, softened
2 packages (4-serving) Jello Instant vanilla pudding
*Try other pudding flavors like lemon, chocolate.. yum!
Combine crumbs, sugar and butter and mix well. Press mixture firmlyon bottom and on sides (to within 1 inch of top) of 9 or 10 inchspringform pan (or use 9-inch square pan; press mixture on bottom).Bake at 350 degrees about 8 minutes or until lightly browned.Cool.Beat cream cheese in large bowl until smooth. Gradually add 1 cupof the milk, blending until mixture is very smooth. Add remainingmilk and pudding mix. Beat with rotary beater just until wellblended, about 1 minute. Pour carefully into crumb-lined pan.Chill until firm, about 3 hours. Garnish with whipped topping if desired.
-Put into clean yogurt containters, freeze and pack in lunch boxes. They'll thaw by lunch for a yummy dessert!
-Top with pie filling, like cherry!
-Put into a jello mold or bundt pan! Backwards. Pour in cheese cake mixture then top with crust. Chill untill set, remove mold. Top and serve. Looks pretty!
-Individual servings. Line a muffin pan with liners place a vanilla wafer cookie in bottom, top with cheese cake mixture. Chill until set. Then top with chocolate shavings, pie filling or fruit and serve.