Make a quick crust by grinding either granola or graham crackers in the blender. Pour them into a baking dish and spread them evening. Mix Neufchatel cheese (it has a much lighter and less bitter flavor than cream cheese) in a mixer with 1/3 as much fructose by volume. Squeeze lemon juice into the mixture and adjust the fructose/lemon ratio if needed. Spoon into your baking dish and top with berries. In the five minute version, the crust won’t be very cohesive, so expect crumbs as you serve it. The non-five minute version of this recipe calls for 3 cups ground graham crackers, granola or almonds in the bottom of the baking dish. Distribute evenly a stick of melted butter over the dish and bake at 375 until the smell of the crust first wafts into the kitchen or the crust begins to take on a golden hue. In the meantime, mix 2.5 pounds Neufchatel cheese with about 8 ounces of honey in a mixer. Stir in 1-2 tablespoons of lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of vanilla and fructose (if needed). Spoon into the crust and chill in the freezer or fridge while making a berry sauce. When the sauce is made, serve it over chilled cake.