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No-Bake Cheesecake: 40 Low-Carb No-Bake Cheesecake Recipes That You Can Indulge in Without Guilt - Low Carb Desserts - cover

No-Bake Cheesecake: 40 Low-Carb No-Bake Cheesecake Recipes That You Can Indulge in Without Guilt - Low Carb Desserts

Lea Bosford

Publisher: Guava Books

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Summary

How many people have longed for that decadent dessert, but felt as if they should avoid this due to the amount of calories, sugars, carbs or the like in these desserts? It is a common fear among many people, especially those who are trying to watch what they are eating. Others, simply want to ensure that their families are getting the best of the best when it comes to the food that they serve them. With this being said, no bake cheesecakes are some of the easiest recipes to make. And the recipes throughout this eBook are going to be considered low carb as well, meaning that they are going to be healthier for you than traditional desserts on the market.

 
Throughout this eBook you are going to learn various recipes that will allow you to fix a no bake cheesecake that is going to wow those who eat these, especially once they learn that these are the healthier option to eat, compared to the other recipes on the market. What is even better is that even if you do not have any cooking abilities, you are going to find that these are super easy to make!

 
If you are ready to dive into the world of no bake cheesecakes, you are going to find that there are several occasions for when these cheesecakes make an amazing addition to several events. Or you can eat these at any time that you want, as they are going to be delicious!

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