Lighter No-Bake Summer Cheesecake
09 Dec 2015 20 Minute Recipe Article by High Tea with Dragons
250g plain biscuits
150g butter, melted
250g cream cheese, room temperature
1 cup Symbio™ Probalance™ Natural Unsweetened Yoghurt
¼ cup liquid honey
2 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
40g Symbio™ Probalance™ Natural Unsweetened Yoghurt
strawberries, finely diced
white chocolate, chopped
Process biscuits to a fine crumb. Add butter and process until well combined.
Divide mixture evenly between four glasses, pressing until firm.
Place cream cheese in a large bowl and beat until smooth.
Add Symbio Probalance Natural Unsweetened Yoghurt, honey, lemon juice and vanilla. Whisk until well combined and no lumps remain.
Divide filling evenly between prepared glasses, smoothly with the back of a spoon. Place in the fridge to set for 2 hours or overnight.
Before serving, dollop two heaped teaspoons of Symbio Probalance Natural Unsweetened Yoghurt on top of each cheesecake.
Top with diced strawberries and finish with a sprinkling of white chocolate pieces.
As we teeter on the verge of summer, now’s the perfect time to stop and take stock before the madness of the festive season kicks off and make changes that will leave you feeling better all summer long – like updating your weekly menu to include lighter meals that don’t fill your house with unnecessary extra heat.
That’s where this delicious cheesecake comes in. Not only does it make for a creamy, fresh summer dessert, but it’s even includes a certain special ingredient that will leave you feeling great – Symbio yoghurt. Yip, there’s yoghurt in this cheesecake!
Each of these individual cheesecakes has a serve of Symbio yoghurt whipped through the filling and dolloped on top, making them a better-for-you treat to enjoy on warm summer evenings. To make them just that little bit better, the filling is lightly sweetened with honey rather than icing sugar – good, huh?
Topped with a generous handful of chopped strawberries and a scattering of white chocolate pieces, these cheesecakes will soon become a favourite summer dessert. The best part? They taste just as good as a regular cheesecake, but without so much guilt!