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LOTUS737 Posts: 6,310
1/8/19 11:50 A

I like to lighten it with some whipped cream, then add a small amount of sweetener of choice and flavoring agent (eg limoncello/lemon zest or an extract). I serve a small amount over fruit and it feels so indulgent!

MIAMI_LILLY SparkPoints: (291,160)
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1/5/19 8:49 P

The classic thing to use marscapone in would be tiramisu. Lady fingers are low in fat. You soak them a bit in black coffee, then whip heavy cream and fold in the marscapone. Layer the fingers with the cream mixture twice. Top with grated chocolate. Not really healthy but damn delicious

SMM154 Posts: 131
10/22/18 8:00 P

Great with gingerbread cookies!!! YUM! emoticon

JMELBERG SparkPoints: (38,785)
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10/28/17 12:12 P

Think of it as a light Italian sour/cream cheese.

4LMHJCR SparkPoints: (72,018)
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10/28/17 10:39 A

Thanks, I haven't opened up the package so I wasn't sure of the texture of it. But I will give that a try :)

HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (67,698)
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10/25/17 10:08 P

It's light enough to use over strawberries. If it isn't as light as you'd like it, you can whip it with your hand mixer to get some air in it.

Check out recipes with mascarpone and gelatin in it. I haven't done it for awhile but there's a recipe with plain unflavored gelatin where half the liquid is a mascarpone and fruit juice.




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10/25/17 3:12 P

I had found a couple of recipes that called for mascarpone cheese. I bought some and now I can't find the darn recipes I was thinking of trying. Would anyone happen to have any healthy suggestions for using this mascarpone cheese?
Thanks

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