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Lemon Cheese Cake

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Ingredients

1 8-ounce package cream cheese
2 cups milk, divided
1 small box instant lemon pudding mix
17 graham cracker halves, crushed
1/4 cup melted butter
Topping:
Choice of graham cracker crumbs or cherry or blueberry pie filling.

Instructions

Mix crushed graham crackers and melted butter. Press evenly into 8x8 or 9x9 square glass cake dish. Stir cream cheese until very soft. Gradually blend in 1 cup milk until smooth. Add 1 cup milk and lemon pudding mix. Beat slowly with egg beater for one minute. Pour at once on to graham cracker crust. Top with graham cracker crumbs or pie filling.

Kay Davis, Milan



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