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My question is Looking for Dukan Diet that you only Dukan Diet 15 days out of 30? Many thanks for any response. 2nd question I got is.. I came up with a new recipe today (new to me anyway). I made peanut butter cheesecake using Jello sugar-free fat free cheesecake flavored pudding (I used nonfat dry milk, as I don't keep regular milk around normally), and added in 1/2 cup of PB2. The stats are 119 calories, 15.7 g carbs, 8.3 g protein, and 2.8 g fat per serving (makes 4 servings, which I put in separate cups). You can jazz it up more by crushing a peanut butter granola bar (check the lot #!) mixing it with just a little of the peanut butter and pressing a quarter of it into the bottom of each of the four serving cups to make a peanut-flavored crust. That will give you stats of 161.5 calories, 20.2 g carbs, 11.3 g protein and 4.3 g fat, which is still below the highest stats for Dukan Diet desserts...

Comments (7)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an good answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

I forgot to mention a dollop of FF Cool Whip on top!..

Comment #2

Sound so YUMMY!! I am a peanut butter freak!! What is PB2 by the way? I am new so don't know what alot of the lingo here means. And, I have never used non-fat dry milk. Is it alot different from the skim milk? Thanks!!!..

Comment #3

PB2 is powdered peanut butter with most of the fat (and a lot of the calories) removed. You just add water to make peanut butter, and you can add it as powder to many things. It really does taste like peanut butter. You can order it from Nonfat dry milk is just powdered FF milk, that can sit on the shelf and not go bad - I don't use milk enough to buy the real thing, and in recipes the nonfat dry milk works fine...

Comment #4

Thanks so much! I think that is the same peanut butter that Pam told me about the other day. I will get some of that. I will also get some of the dry milk and for sure make that!! Thanks again!!..

Comment #5

One more newbie would I count that in my meal planner? Log it under dessert I guess?? Thanks!..

Comment #6

You can of course make it with regular nonfat milk - I just mentioned that I had made it with nonfat dry milk because I believe the calorie count is a tad lower...

Comment #7

This dessert sounds great. Can't wait to try. thanks for sharing. Amy..

Comment #8

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


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