My go-to, deliciously refreshing gluten-free and dairy-free, raw, vegan cheesecake is loved by everyone! And if you think that's a mouthful, just wait until you get a taste.
At face value, this recipe may seem very high in fat but that's down to the variety of nuts that make up the cheesecake. Nuts are packed with healthy fats which can help towards a healthy heart and lowering blood pressure.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 105g serving|
|Energy ||528 kcal |
|554 kcal |
of which saturates
|37.4 g |
|39 g |
of which sugars
|33.8 g |
|36 g |
|Fibre||5.4 g ||5.7 g |
|Protein||11.1 g ||11.7 g |
|Salt||0 g ||0 g |
Lemons are soothing, cleansing and packed full of vitamin C, meaning they're great for your immune system.
Almonds are also great for the immune system and can help to repair the damage done to the body by stress. They are also nutrient-rich (vitamins E and B) and can be a good base for dairy-free desserts.
Cashews are good for making creamy dairy-free desserts. They are also healthy for your heart and help to support a healthy blood pressure.
Another staple for dairy-free desserts, coconut milk is good for lowering cholesterol and blood pressure to improve your heart health.
Dates are a great source of energy, are packed full of fibre and contain plenty of iron and calcium.
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