A Raw Vegan Keto Cheesecake Recipe

vegan keto cheesecake

Are you craving that graze-fattening taste of a vegan keto cheesecake recipe? If you are, then you are certainly not alone. Thousands if not millions of people worldwide crave the taste of a delicious vegan cheesecake recipe – and who can blame them? After all, a guilt free dessert is just the perfect thing to ease into the mid-afternoon lull.

The good news is, you don’t have to give up your desserts in order to enjoy a low carb, low sugar, guilt-free sweet cheesecake’s diet. In fact, a delicious, decadent dessert like a no-bake cheesecake recipe can be enjoyed guilt-free for a long time to come. Imagine snacking on this delicious cake whenever you feel hungry between meals or even as a dessert for the day. You would be surprised how long you can enjoy a delicious dessert like this without it counting against you as a carb or sugar. Yippee!

Pick A Flavor

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A no-bake cheesecake diet is easy to achieve if you follow these simple steps: Pick a flavor (sweet or savory) which appeals to you. My personal favorite is a vegan cream cheese bowl. It is a bowl that combines some of my favorite cheeses along with a few other ingredients. For instance, there are marinated garlic cashews, chopped hemp seeds, nutritional yeast flakes, some crushed walnuts and a bit of sweet pepper in the bottom of the bowl.

After mixing all these ingredients together, I pour them over some prepared or freshly ground coffee. I allow the coffee to sit and cool, then pour it over a prepared crust. After that, it is ready to be baked in a no-bake cheesecake keto recipe, which requires some silicone baking molds that sit on a hot springform pan.

Require A Bit Of Ingenuity

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To achieve a no-bake, this dessert is going to require a bit of ingenuity on your part. The first thing I did was replace the milk, cream, and cheese with soy milk, some tapioca starch, a pinch of rock salt, and two tablespoons of peanut butter. Once this was done, I went ahead and placed the filling into the molds, and pressed it into the bottom and sides of the bowl until it created a proper round shape. Then I put in the second ingredient, the sepia, and pressed it down and into the filling well, creating a thick smooth texture.

You can find this no-bake, vegan version of a traditional cheesecake recipe, over at Cooks Illustrated. It is called a “No Bake Coconut Cream Cheesecake,” and the recipe will allow you to be able to follow the directions of making this dairy-free coconut cake every single time you make it. If you are not familiar with how to do this, I highly recommend that you go to the internet and get the instructions because it really helps in the preparation stage. There is also another book that has a vegan and dairy-free coconut recipe that is written by the same author as my favorite cookbook called “The Raw Food Detox Diet.”

Candy Cane Energy Baked Goodness

The other recipes that I found on the internet were very tasty, but did not have the great taste of a traditional cheesecake. One of the two recipes I found was called “Candy Cane Energy Baked Goodness,” and it was made out of zucchini, walnuts, maple syrup, and some fresh mint. This was delicious, but again, not the greatest tasting dessert that I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying. It tasted okay, but nothing extraordinary.

So if you are looking for a good dessert option, that does not have to be a traditional cake, and does not have to have all of the unhealthy ingredients that you are used to eating, then you may want to try these two recipes.

Final Words

However, you can also look for other vegan recipes that will taste just as amazing as any of the other recipes I mentioned. My final thought is that if you cannot find a good vegan recipe with stevia or another natural sweetener, then simply look for recipes that do not use artificial sweeteners and do not have artificial coloring. That is what I did, and it turned out to be one of the tastiest desserts that I have ever cooked.

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