With its creamy texture and rich flavor, this light version of a classic dessert will easily pass for a high-fat indulgence!
The Neufchâtel found in most grocery stores is a lower-fat version of regular cream cheese, but true Neufchâtel is a soft, white, unripened cheese native to the Normandy region of France.
Planning to make your own graham cracker crumbs? You’ll need about 10 cracker squares to get the 3/4 cup of crumbs called for here. If you want to make a big batch to have on hand for other desserts, freeze crumbs in a self-sealing freezer bag.