This cheesecake mix includes graham cracker crumbs (for making that tasty crust) and lemon filling. Just add your own butter, cream cheese, and whipped topping to prepare the cheesecake plus any garnishes you’d like. To create lemon slices and shavings, try using one of Rada’s paring knives.
Enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate,riboflavin, folic acid), high fructose corn syrup, whole wheat flour, vegetable oil (soybean, palm and palm kernel oil), contains 2% or less of baking soda, salt, honey.
Sugar, lemon juice concentrate, lemon juice powder (corn syrup solids, lemon juice and lemon oil), maltodextrin, silicon dioxide (anti-caking), citric acid, natural flavor, lemon extract (ethyl alcohol, water, natural flavoring), gum arabic, malic acid and extractives of turmeric (color).
this Cheesecake was awesome. Loved it.
I got my knives a couple weeks ago and they are AWSOME the only thing I wish they came with is covers for the blades.
As with many of the Rada products I've tried, this is another winner. I would add that the graham cracker crust should be baked at 350 degrees for about 5-10 minutes; the recipe suggests refrigerating the crust for 10 minutes. I found that refrigeration did not solidify the crumb crust enough. Also, upon tasting the pie mixture, I found that it did not have enough of a lemony zing for my taste, so I added the zest of a half a lemon and that seemed to help the lemony flavor I thought the pie needed. I used low-fat cream cheese and light whipped topping, which all worked out very well. With those modifications, the pie was creamy and delicious.