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My first question is Has anyone tried the SlimFast Dukan Diet and did it work? Looking forward for any response. Second question of mine... Originally Posted by Sweet-Baboos-Wife.

Orange Dreamsicle Cheesecake, Mocha Chocolate Chip Cheesecake, Cherry Cheesecake, Berry Chocolately Cheesecake, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cheesecake, Dessert Chocolate Cheesecake.

These have been taken off the original thread, Im sure by Jeannie and I understand her reasons. I had copied the thread, but in copying it, my pages were cut off and Im missing parts of the recipes..

If anyone has these, I would appreciate them being posted, or send me a PM to let me know you have them, and Ill give you my Email address so you can EMail them to me..

Anyones help would be greatly appreciated..

Thanks,.

Elaine..

Comments (33)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Jeannie was actually back to the boards for a while in May/June. Her profile is online and updated, and her website is live and accessible, too. Maybe, try to contact her directly......

Comment #2

I went to her page, but no recipes. Ill see if I can EMail her. Thanks for the help!.

Elaine..

Comment #3

Wow, you have new recipes also. I have some of your others. Im gonna try some of your new ones also!..

Comment #4

Peanut Butter Banana-Pumpkin Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

1 Tbsp canned pumpkin.

1/4 banana, mashed.

1/2 Tbsp PB2.

Cinnamon.

Nutmeg.

2 drops of almond extract.

2 drops of lemon juice.

Preheat oven to 325. Spray individual springform pan and cover bottom with cracker crumbs. Blend remaining ingredients and pour over crumbs. Bake for 45 minutes. Let cool on wire rack until no longer hot, then cover and put in refrigerator to set. Counts as dessert (or breakfast!) + fruit serving..

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Orange Dreamsicle Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops of almond extract.

1 drop red food coloring.

1 drop yellow food coloring.

1/4 cup mandarin oranges.

1 Tbsp orange flavored "craisins".

1 Tbsp sliced almonds.

Preheat oven to 325. Spray individual springform pan (or dessert cup), and cover bottom with cracker crumbs. Blend first set of ingredients well, then gently stir in fruit and nuts. Pour into pan and even the top with a small spatula. Bake for 45 minutes. Cool on a wire rack, then cover and put into refrigerator to set.

Counts as dessert + fruit serving + dinner fat..

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Mocha Chocolate Chip Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

2 "straws" Splenda mocha sweetner.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops vanilla extract.

1 Tbsp cocoa powder.

1/2 tsp instant decaf coffee crystals.

1 Tbsp mini choc chips (optional dinner fat).

Preheat oven to 325. Spray dessert cup with Pam spray and coat bottom with crumbs. Mix ingredients and pour into cup or pan. Bake for 45 minutes. Cool on wire rack, then cover and refrigerate till served. This can also be a dessert entree!! (157 cals w/o choc chips)..

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Cherry Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops of vanilla extract.

2 drops of lemon juice.

Preheat oven to 325. Spray individual springform pan, and cover bottom with cracker crumbs. Blend remaining ingredients and pour over crumbs. Bake for 45 minutes. Let cool on wire rack until no longer hot, then cover and put in refrigerator to set. When ready to eat, top with 1/3 cup SF cherry pie filling (equals 35 calories so added 4 extra cherries).



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Berry Chocolately Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops vanilla extract.

1 Tbsp cocoa powder.

1 Tbsp mini chocolate chips (dinner fat).

3/4 cup raspberries & blackberries.

Preheat oven to 325. Line dessert cup with Pam spray, and then cover bottom and sides with graham cracker crumbs. Blend all other ingredients except berries, well. Gently fold in berries and pour mixture into cup. Bake for 45 minutes. Let cool slightly on wire rack and then cover and place in refrigerator to set.

This can also be a breakfast entree!!!.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops vanilla extract.

1/2 Tbsp cocoa powder.

1/2 Tbsp PB2 powder.

1 Tbsp mini chocolate chips (dinner fat).

1/2 banana, sliced.

Preheat oven to 325. Line dessert cup with Pam spray, and then cover bottom and sides with graham cracker crumbs. Blend all other ingredients well and pour into cup. Bake for 45 minutes. Let cool slightly on wire rack and then cover and place in refrigerator to set. Top with 1/2 banana, sliced.

Counts as dessert + dinner fat + fruit serving. This can also be a breakfast entree!!!.

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Dessert Chocolate Cheesecake.

1 square low fat graham cracker, crushed.

2 oz. FF cream cheese.

1 1/2 Tbsp FF ricotta cheese.

1 Tbsp FF sour cream.

3 Tbsp Equal.

1 Tbsp soy flour.

4 tsp eggbeaters.

2 drops of vanilla extract.

1 Tbsp cocoa powder.

Preheat oven to 325. Line dessert cup with spray and then cover bottom and sides with graham cracker crumbs. Blend all other ingredients well and over into cup. Bake for 45 minutes. Let cool slightly on wire rack and then cover and place in refrigerator to set...

Comment #5

Wow! Thank you so much for posting these recipes. They look delish!..

Comment #6

Thank you for taking the time to post this for us!..

Comment #7

While those recipes sound good, you should know that chocolate chips are not a "legal" choice for your fat serving, as the first ingredient is sugar and not a heart healthy fat option..

INGREDIENTS: SEMI-SWEET CHOCOLATE (SUGAR, CHOCOLATE, COCOA BUTTER, MILKFAT, SOY LECITHIN, VANILLIN AN ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, NATURAL FLAVOR.

1 TB of mini chocolate chips is 70 calories and 4g fat (2.5 saturated)..

You could include them in the recipe and count the calories toward the desserts since it is making your own but still have a fat serving that day...

Comment #8

Thanks Loredana, I would have probably skipped the fat serving thinking I was getting it here in the cheesecake!.

Elaine..

Comment #9

All are welcome! and I so appreciate Loredana keeping us true to program!..

Comment #10

Info for all so not to create any ill feelings ....

I received this email from Jeanne on 8-18-2008.

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Sweet-Baboos-Wife 8.18.08.

Subject: copyrighted recipes.

Please remove my cheesecake recipes you posted on the recipe board. These are copyrighted recipes of mine, and are included in my published cookbook. I have already sent Elaine the recipes and I realize you were just trying to help her out, but by posting them you have broken the law. Thank you very much for your cooperation. Jeannie.

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I wanted to share my response with you as well.

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Lraesjoys 8.22.08.

Subject: Re:copyrighted recipes.

Jeanie, I began the program 1-15-2008 and I collected these recipes off the boards ... they were publically posted. I shared these recipes from public posts. Lisa..

Comment #11

Good luck with her. Jeanie still owes me $25 because I returned her defective disk. Her disk also messed up my Adobe software. I even included a stamped self addressed envelope. Then I sent her a certified letter which she ignored..

There are pleny of free, great recipes on here...

Comment #12

She probably should have checked the terms and conditions of the site as well..

Comment #13

Thanks for your support ... my only goal is to ever be a partner on the road of weight loss ... your support means a lot!..

Comment #14

You are a darling sweetheart. I appreciate your partnership...

Comment #15

Not sure if this helps anyone but it's interesting:.

Http://www.ipwatchdog.com/copyright/the-law-of-recipes/..

Comment #16

The book itself would be entitled to an arrangement copyright but the component pieces would not be protected. Therefore, you could copy a recipe but not copy and republish the entire book. The book is what would be protected, not the individual component pieces..

I pasted this from the link on the prior thread...

Comment #17

OMG you've GOT to be kidding me?? WOW, ok I'm going to really bite my tongue here, but in all of the cookbooks I've done, the one thing I've learned is that you can't copyright a recipe. I wish you could, maybe people wouldn't copy other people's recipes and try to sell them as their own, but that's the price you pay when you are nice and share your hard work with people...

Comment #18

Looks like Nutrisystem can sue her for publishing what they own, since she originally posted it here, she gave up her rights to it, per the posting agreement..

Tangled web...

Comment #19

Oh you're not kidding!!!.

I don't know weather to just laugh or want to open a can of whoop a$$!!..

Comment #20

You are right chris...you can't copyright a recipe (as others have posted). you can copyright the original layout of your book and any personal flourish you may add, but the recipe - ingredients and how it is made cannot be copyrighted..

It kinda sucks for people who come up with great original works (like you), but sometimes recipes are just variations of another recipe someone else before you (using you in a general term, not as in you, if that makes sense, hahaha) made..

Here's an smidge from a great article I was reading about this very topic (and also if restaurants can copyright their stuff, etc.):.

More specifically, the court ruled that recipes cant be copyrighted as long as they are just lists of ingredients and directions for combining them without additional descriptive embellishments or commentary. Read: You can copy the recipe for Julia Childs sole meunire, but you cant publish her florid description of it as your own..

So if someone wants to post ANY recipe on the board from ANYONE, they can, they just can't claim it as their own, they must give credit where credit is due. it's not illegal and it's not against the law..

Not to metion, copyright laws more so pertain to someone taking something of someone elses word for word and PUBLISHING it as their own creation when it's someone elses..

So as someone else mentioned, her book can be copyrighted for it's layout, but the recipes themselves cannot. most the of the recipes listed are just straight ingredients and how to mix them - that's not copyrighted..

*joely*..

Comment #21

Christina you will be rich anyways..just hurry and fininsh a book for us! We love you and thank you for all of your hard work! Ruth..

Comment #22

Naw I'll never be rich doing this! I think that's where the problem comes in. If someone does this to make money and that's it, it shows. My recipes have always been available for free to anyone who wants to use them. The cookbooks are just nice to have so that everything's in one place and easy to find...

Comment #23

Overall (to give this a positive spin), we all benefit from people sharing recipes because some peoples' recipe inspire us, sometimes it is the picture of s/o else making the same recipe and posting it in the meals threads (katie!), sometimes it is someone's slightly shifted version that interests us more than the original. I think that's ok because we are all different, and we will pick what works for us..

On the other hand, not all of us have been around long enough to see the whole 'legacy of recipes'. For example, when I started reading the Dukan Diet board, Amy Smith posted every day, and had great recipes some of which I tried out. This year, 2 years later, it became clearer to me that quite a few of her recipes are actually based on Christina's recipes, but that was before my time. Nevertheless, they inspired me at that time, but I thought they were "Amy's" recipes, for example her carrot cake. Now, I know better. But I still credit both, one for getting me interested in trying it, and the other for the original recipe..

I think Chris is probably the master mind of many of the recipes, and incredibly prolific and generous with sharing them. Nevertheless, I also often like the spin-offs of other people of her recipes, sometimes these are my own..

I would really like to see this spirit of sharing, adapting, new ideas, and inspirations continue. It makes the board fun to go to..

I think it is the wrong way to get all possessive, protectionist, and spend time on hunting down people who 'steal' your recipes. There is a great saying that the greatest form of flattery is when s/o imitates or copies you. Because, if it ain't good, no one will care..

I think this also applies in the larger context for those who actually want to sell cookbooks. Rachel Ray gives tons of recipes away for free, every day on TV and she still has a gazillion of bestsellers. Think about that......

Of course, I can imagine it is annoying if you post recipes, someone else copies them word for word, and then makes money off of them by selling a cook book. But that is a different story..... (I guess this is about ethics, but legally they can get away with it). However, it's is quite ironic if they then turn around and get protectionist about their own stolen recipes.

I find it quite amusing,..... human nature, I guess...

Comment #24

I would just like to thank everyone who shares their recipes and ideas on here. I can't even venture a guess on how many people would have given up on Dukan Diet if not for all the wonderful sharing that goes on here! I personally haven't tried a lot of the recipes yet because I want to be a little closer to goal before I do, but I've been drooling and copying them down!.

Thanks again for all the work you guys do that you so selflessly share with the rest of us..

~~~hugs~~~..

Comment #25

Yes yes yes yes!!!!!!!!!!! thank you so much for all your sharing! many blessings to each and every one of you!..

Comment #26

I just want to always thank Chris for her 'no strings attached' recipes. And Thanks to Lisa for collecting the recipes off NS's website (public domain) and copying them here for us to share! I love sharing..

Comment #27

Lisa Rae, Im so sorry for you having to take the heat for my question. I never meant for anyone to get in trouble, trying to help me out. I appreciate all the recipes that everyone on this board shares with us. Without them, I would have never made it this far on my weight loss journey. I appreciate the good cooks here and their willingness to share since I dont have that talent myself. I do however think that when someone shares recipes that they have that other people have originated, they need to give the originator the credit.



Once again, thanks everyone for sharing, thats what it should be about..

Elaine..

Comment #28

Crazypraz, You've hit the nail on the head!!! Calling our Dukan Diet relationships a partnership is very sweet and endearing! And Lisa, you too are an absolute doll. Without the recipe help,I doubt the boards would be very active and I like so many others, hit the boards first thing in the morning and the last thing at night!!!..

Comment #29

You don't have to apologize as Lisa Rae did nothing wrong, therefore, she did not get in trouble!.

When I first joined, I didn't make note of the posters' names when recipes or ideas were presented. I regret that but I always make a note/apology for not being able to give proper credit to the originator of the post and make sure people know it's NOT mine and am only sharing creativity. I'm more attentive and careful now!.

There are a lot of great recipes that are shared freely and with consideration for all who post...thanks to all of you...particularly Christina! You're the bomb!..

Comment #30

I agree Kate and I do not have all names for all the recipes I collected. I use one recipe all the time for the Dukan Diet chocolate cake and have no idea whol posted it originally but love it and would like to tell the person...

Comment #31

Wow...well anyway! I'm excited about the recipes and am having a hard time trying to decide which I'll make first!!..

Comment #32

Birdie, Ive been guilty of doing the same at the beginning not knowing any better. Matter of fact I think I did it when I saw that chocolate cake recipe, so sometimes I know I do it with no intention to use someone elses recipe as my own. Sometimes I try to help someone else out and forget who posted the original. I would love to tell that person thanks and give them the recogonition for the chocolate cake also. So let me re-word what I said. If it's known to us who posted the original, we need to give that person credit...

Comment #33

Oh Elaine ....

There are no sorries accepted or needed!.

You should ALWAYS ask questions.

... there are sooooooooooooooooo many wonderful folks who want to help ... and will do all they can to help! We are all partners in losing weight ... and without one another, we'd have no support system ... so always ask away! I've learned so many things from others ... and learning to cook for myself as a single person through the many marvelous chefs we have amongst us is teaching me so much more than I can describe!..

Comment #34


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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