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user1474732680 Sat 24-Sep-16 17:12:00


I just found this recipe for a no sugar fig cheesecake online!

Looks amazing and there is NO SUGAR.

Check it out!

Elephantsaremygods Sat 24-Sep-16 17:58:51

Can't see how on earth this would taste good tbh

MyBreadIsEggy Sat 24-Sep-16 18:03:08

I can see why Health-concious individuals might pretend to like it....
But if I'm honest, I would rather lick my own bumhole than put goats cheese masquerading as cheesecake in my mouth confused

twilightcafe Sat 24-Sep-16 18:05:17

That is not a cheesecake.

Elephantsaremygods Sat 24-Sep-16 18:20:33

I don't really understand the point of no sugar desserts, they taste like shit.

Just have sugary desserts every once in a while and it's all good.

Highlove Sat 24-Sep-16 20:45:31

Are you promoting this blog?

The cheesecake sounds gross. Like a PP said, have a normal one but not too often.

user1474732680 Mon 26-Sep-16 08:45:04

Guys I think you are all missing the point.

The cheesecake is no sugar because it is a savoury cheesecake!

I made it the other day it is similar to a quiche, but creamier.

It would be like having an oatcake with goats cheese and a fig on top, like you would have on a cheeseboard.

Trills Mon 26-Sep-16 08:49:56

Missing the point?

No, your title is misleading.

Look at my "NO SUGAR CAKE" actually it's no sugar because it's not a cake it's some bread.

Highlove Mon 26-Sep-16 11:47:14

Your title is misleading then - it's a savoury dish then, not a no sugar cheesecake. Meh. It still doesn't sound brilliant - a bit classic dish re-engineered for the sake of it.

Good luck with your blog though.

MyBreadIsEggy Mon 26-Sep-16 11:51:09

Then don't call it a cheesecake!!
To be honest, still doesn't sound remotely appetising even as a savoury dish confused goats cheese <boak>

Elephantsaremygods Mon 26-Sep-16 12:03:19

It's not a cheesecake then confused

Elephantsaremygods Mon 26-Sep-16 12:04:30

And I agree it sounds gross even as a savoury dish.

Might as well just have some goat's cheese on an oat cake, less faff.

ZippyNeedsFeeding Mon 26-Sep-16 12:06:12

i need cheesecake now. Or my favourite substitute; digestive biscuit with philadelphia and then a splodge of jam. It's definitely closer to real cheesecake than that abomination!

IminaPickle Sun 02-Oct-16 00:30:38

Ach you meanies! I made it and it's delicious- like a more solid quiche and definitely a cheesecake in texture.
Zippy a wonderful invention of mine is plain chocolate digestive with Philadelphia.

PoppyPicklesPenguin Sun 02-Oct-16 00:36:14

I think it looks good as well, I think I will also give it a try smile

Although... and I do apologise, as I do realise proper cheesecake is a very serious business! I have laughed far too much at the disgust shown on this thread about it grin

Trills Sun 02-Oct-16 20:34:40

I don't think the recipe looks, bad, I do think that the title is misleading.

I already have a recipe for a brilliant savoury cheese cake that I have made as a starter.

user1474732680 Mon 03-Oct-16 22:47:03

Thanks for the kind messages guys at the end!

I just thought it was something a bit different from a normal cheesecake thats full of sugar smile

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