Pumpkin cheesecake

Pumpkin cheesecake
Pumpkin cheesecake
Ingredients:

1 prepared cracker crust, or 1 packet crackers chopped
1/2 cup melted butter
15 ounces (1 can) pumpkin puree
One pound (2 packages) cream cheese plain
1 cup sugar
One teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

Method:
For the crust:
Pumpkin cheesecake:  First of all, preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
Place the pie plate containing the cracker prepared crust on a baking sheet,  or combine the chopped crackers
with melted butter.

For the filling:
Combine the pumpkin puree, cream cheese substitute, sugar, vanilla extract, cinnamon, cloves and ginger in the
bowl of a food processor or in a blender.
Puree until smooth, then pour into the pie shell.

Bake for 60 to 75 minutes, until just set;
Cool completely, then refrigerate overnight or for at least 3 hours before serving.

Calories in pumpkin cheesecake = 254 calories per slice
Estimated average requirements – Daily calorie intake.
First of all: How many calories are needed each day can vary greatly, depending on and due to your lifestyle and other factors. Therefore, factors that affect your personal daily calorie needs include your age.

Hence, also your height and weight. In addition, your basic level of daily activity and your body composition.

Finally : Estimated average requirements are:
A daily calorie intake of 1940 calories per day for women, and 2550 for men are needed.
Tips:
How to store spices:

Keep dried spices someplace cool and dry and away from direct light.
Check expiration dates for the best flavour.

Generally, powdered spices last about a year, while whole or leafy dried herbs can last 1-3 years.
To check for freshness, put a little bit in your palm and rub with your finger.
You should smell a full aroma.   If not, it has probably lost some of its spicy power.

Use your hands:
It’s easy to eat too much, especially when you eat out and the portions are huge.
That can lead to weight gain and higher cholesterol.  What is a true portion?

There is  a “handy” way to tell. One serving of meat or fish is about what fits in your palm.
One serving of fresh fruit is about the size of your fist.
A snack of nuts or serving of cooked vegetables, rice, or pasta should fit in your cupped hand.
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