This Paleo strawberry cheesecake is super creamy, vegan and raw and has extra flavor thanks to the lyophilized strawberries! Spring is finally here! For many people, this means removing them from heavy, unmovable food and concentrating on eating lighter and healthier food.
This Paleo Strawberry cheesecake is an excellent way to welcome spring! I have a few comments about my Paleo Lemon bars full of fat. And they are. So cheesecake! But it is healthy fat. First, I made this strawberry cake last year with strawberries in the season that were sweet and had a nice, strong strawberry flavor.
The cheesecake was great! Then I tried again about a month ago. German strawberries are unlikely to be in season until next month, so I tried the recipe with frozen strawberries because I thought they were better than fresh strawberries. It appears that these are almost bitter and hardly strawberries.
Then I tasted fresh strawberries, which in their turn hardly tasted like strawberries and were not sweet at all. I was not happy with the result. I thought there might be a problem with my recipe, so I retouched and even tried other vegan strawberry recipes. I did not like any of them. Then the strawberries were of course to blame.
I added half a cup of lyophilized strawberry powder. Much concentrated strawberry flavor! You can also use the same amount (33 grams) of freeze-dried strawberries. If you use sweet and tasty strawberries, you may not need them.
For another tasty Paleo-strawberry, try this Paleo strawberry pudding soufflé from Perry's Plate. Unless you serve the cheesecake to a crowd, you want to make this recipe as a mini cheesecake with muffins and muffin molds. You can drop the cheesecakes in the freezer and take them out when you're in the mood.
I made it as a big cheesecake for Easter. If you have never tasted a cheesecake on a cashews basis, the texture is a bit different than the cheesecake made with cream cheese. It is like a creamy and silky cake or a soft ice cream. There is a lot of coconut oil, some coconut cream and a bit of coconut in the crust.
Is there something that the coconut does not do? If you are curious about the many health benefits that I do not even want to mention here, take a look at this.
Large amount of oxymoron: this cheesecake cheese shake, without milk and Paleo-strawberry, is as delicious as it seems, but without cheese and cow's milk (more naturally sweetened). It is creamy and sweet, fresh and tasty.
If you ask for a drive-through milk shake, you will be happy with this super light and squeaky recipe. Sonic, your marketing gets me. I'm not even sure whether they bring geniuses to the market, for example, or just from my deep desire to have 15 minutes in front of me, quiet in the car, an easy pleasure to enjoy.
I mean, if he really had "I" time, would I really like to sit in a metal box and drink a too expensive sugar pump? Look, Mama makes you crazy about such things. I love my children 2 pencils through my eyeball for them, but being a mother is not for the faint of heart. It makes us a little Cray Cray.
Sometimes the shakes make everything better. Especially this Paleo strawberry cheesecake shakes. I do not say hello mothers, hard day, reward yourself with food! She slapped me once or twice to bother me: eating a whole bag of chips while the boy screams a bloody murder before going to bed during those fun parties. Regression of the dream ".
But it is not something that encourages. I promote balance and enjoy a cool summer gift if you feel like it. And this Paleo Strawberry Cheesecake Shake is exactly that. Also so difficult, easy to prepare, with clean and simple ingredients. You will not believe that there is no ice in this pink brew of mixed skies.
All you need is almond milk, strawberries, raw cashew nuts, a frozen banana and lemon juice. It can be my new summer favorite. Fight against good mothers! And when I see you in Sonic's Drive-through, I say hello and shoot, "I understand" looks good in your own way.
Here are some other summery delicacies that take your breath away! Paleo Key Lime Pie Energy Balls, raw lemon-strawberry Cheesecake, Creme de Menthe, Avocado Fudgsicles, Paleo Orange Cremesicle Slushie and these Paleo Chocolate Mango Bars. A simple milkshake without dairy products with only 5 simple ingredients. A healthy summer treatment that is Paleo and vegan.
I hope you had a great weekend! I had fun with my little Coco in Los Angeles and then I came home with Pete. My parents took the kids (and the dog!) And I'm not kidding, we went to sleep at 8 o'clock and woke up 12 hours later.
You know what's wrong (except for the fact that we go to bed on Saturday night at 8 o'clock). I am still tired... ahhhh, fatherhood! But it is worth it for these cute little monkeys! And because I missed her at night and because we still have a good climate here in Seattle, I made her a special dessert.
They wanted ice Lolly's strawberry ice cream. But when I made these, they were so delicious and forgiving that they reminded me of the cheesecake. So here you go, the most incredible dessert (vegan) on a stick. I hope you will let many of them enjoy with your children!
1. Combine the coconut cream, strawberries, vanilla extract, sugar and kosher salt in the mixing bowl and mix well.
2. Place the contents of the blender in a small hot pan until it simmers.
3. Shake the milk and cornstarch in a small piece of Tupperware or mason jars until well connected and store the strawberry base on low heat.
4. Cook for 2-3 minutes until the base thickens. Remove from heat and allow to cool.
5. When the base cools down, divide the base between the pallet shapes and place a pallet bar each.
6. Freeze for at least 4 hours. Direct warm water over the shape of the paddle to dissolve the flop and serve immediately or store them in the freezer.