In a world dominated by sugar-loaded, coma-inducing desserts, it’s about time we champion a champion; a recipe that not only stands tall among the mundane but redefines the very essence of what a dessert can be. Yes, we’re diving headlong into the realm of the sugar-free vegan cheesecake, and let me tell you, this isn’t just any run-of-the-mill recipe. It’s a testament to innovation, a salute to health, and a punch in the face of the sugar industry. Buckle up, because we’re about to take you on a culinary journey like no other.

The crust? Forget the traditional, butter-soaked foundation you thought was indispensable. We’re breaking the mold with a blend of flour, coconut sugar, a pinch of salt, vanilla extract, coconut oil, cold water, and soya yoghurt. This isn’t just a base; it’s a revolutionary act against the tyranny of unhealthy pastries. Each ingredient has been carefully selected, not just for its health benefits, but for its flavor profile, ensuring that every bite is a bold statement of defiance against the sugar-drenched norms.

But the rebellion doesn’t stop at the crust. The filling, oh the filling, is where the magic truly happens. With tofu as its cornerstone, this cheesecake filling is a masterclass in culinary innovation. The fusion of coconut sugar, soya yoghurt, lemon, vanilla extract, maple syrup, and corn starch creates a texture and taste that will have you questioning the fabric of reality. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, we fold in the frozen wild blueberries, erupting in bursts of flavor that are as unpredictable as they are delicious.

Now, let’s talk about what this cheesecake isn’t. It isn’t a surrender to the sugar overlords. It isn’t a nod to animal exploitation. And it certainly isn’t just another vegan alternative. This cheesecake is a statement, a declaration of war against the status quo. It challenges preconceived notions about what vegan and sugar-free can be, standing as a beacon of hope for those who dare to dream of a healthier, more ethical dessert.

In a world that’s quick to fall in line, quick to accept the easy over the right, this sugar-free vegan cheesecake is a rebel with a cause. It’s for those who aren’t afraid to stand out, to defy expectations, and to embrace the extraordinary. Life is too short for boring desserts, too precious to be wasted on the average. So, I dare you to try this recipe, to taste the revolution, and to join the ranks of those who choose to live on their own terms.

Remember, greatness never comes from comfort zones. This cheesecake isn’t just a dessert; it’s a movement. A delicious, mouth-watering crusade against the mediocrity of conventional desserts. Make no mistake, this is more than a recipe; it’s a manifesto for a better, tastier, and healthier world. So, grab your spatula, and let’s make history one slice at a time.

Summarised steps


* 200 g flour
* 1 teaspoon baking powder
* 15 g coconut sugar
* a pinc salt
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 20 g coconut oil
* 70 ml cold water
* 20 g soya yoghurt
Cheesecake filling
* 400 g tofu
* 1/2 lemon
* 40 g coconut sugar you can also use regular white or brown sugar
* 200 g soya yoghurt
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 20 g maple syrup
* 30 g corn starch
* 200 g frozen wild blueberries


* Mix all dry ingredients, add coconut oil, vanilla essence, water and mix it well together.

* Put it in the fridge for around 30 minutes.

* Roll out the dough and put it in a round pan.

Cheesecake filling
* Crumble tofu into small pieces.

* Add other ingredients except frozen blueberries and blend it into a smooth cream.

* Gently mix frozen blueberries into cream.

* Put dough in a round pan and bake it for about 5 minutes. on 180°C. Add cheesecake filling and bake anouther 50 minutes.

* When it’s baked leave it for a while so it can harden.

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Source Vegan Harmony

It’s a testament to innovation, a salute to health, and a punch in the face of the sugar industry. Grab your spatula, and let’s make history one slice at a time.


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