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Cheesecake Bites

True Protein Blogger 1 by Liz Radicevic | @radnutrition 18 April 2022

These creamy cheesecake bites make the perfect healthy, post-dinner sweet treat!

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Cheesecake Bites

Serves 6

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Setting time: 1-2 hours

Nutritional Information Per Serve:

Calories - 299

Protein - 11g

Carbohydrate - 20g

Fat - 17g (inc. good fats from EVOO oil)

 

Ingredients:

Base

¼ cup cashews

¾ cup rolled oats

2 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

2 tbsp maple Syrup

Filling 

150g cream cheese reduced fat

1.5-2 tbsp maple syrup

1 scoop (30g) True Protein WPI90 in French Vanilla

1tsp vanilla essence

½ cup vanilla Greek yoghurt 

Topping 

18 blueberries (Fresh or frozen)

 

Method:

  1. Preheat oven to 180C and line 6 cupcake moulds with cupcake liners

  2. Place cashews and rolled oats into blending cup and blend to combine

  3. Transfer contents to mixing bowl and add Extra Virgin Olive Oil and maple syrup. Stir to combine

  4. Fill 6 cupcake moulds with an even amount of mixture and press down with fingers to form a bottom layer

  5. Bake bottom layer in oven on 180C for 10 minutes

  6. Whilst cooking, place cream cheese, maple syrup, protein powder, vanilla essence and Greek yoghurt into a mixing bowl

  7. Mix with beaters until smooth and creamy, with no lumps

  8. Once the bottom layer is cooked, allow to cool completely before adding mixture

  9. Once cooled completely, add cream cheese mixture evenly to all 6 moulds. Spread evenly with the back of the spoon

  10. Decorate each mould with 3 blueberries, fresh or frozen

  11. Place in freezer for 1-2 hours to set and remove when ready to serve. They should thaw for approx. 25-30 minutes in the fridge prior to serving

  12. Enjoy!

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