Caramel Cheesecake

by | Nov 6, 2015 | 4 comments

Exceptionally decadent and is guaranteed to please any guest. A real food, nourishing treat that tastes far from good for you

Yields1 ServingDifficultyIntermediate
Base
 1 cup pepitas (preferably activated)
 3 tbsp Changing Habits Coconut Oil - melted
Middle
 1 cup cashews (soaked for 6-8 hours)
  1/2 cup tahini
 1/2 cup Changing Habits Coconut Oil - melted
 1/4 cup filtered water
Garnish
1

Line a spring-form cake tin with baking paper

2

In a high powered blender, blitz the base ingredients until all well combined and not completely smooth

3

Press mixture down firmly down into cake tin, until evenly dispersed and place in the freezer

4

Rinse out your blender and add all the base ingredients

5

Blend on high until smooth, spooning down the mix as you go. If the mix is too thick for your blender to mix until super smooth, add a splash more water.

6

Spoon out and evenly spread over the base. Crush or blitz approximately 1/2 cup of cacao melts in blender, leaving it still with quite a bit of texture and sprinkle over the top.

7

Place in the freezer until firm enough to slice - this may take over an hour

8

It is beautiful served alone, or with fresh strawberries sliced over the top

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Ingredients

Base
 1 cup pepitas (preferably activated)
 3 tbsp Changing Habits Coconut Oil - melted
Middle
 1 cup cashews (soaked for 6-8 hours)
  1/2 cup tahini
 1/2 cup Changing Habits Coconut Oil - melted
 1/4 cup filtered water
Garnish

Directions

1

Line a spring-form cake tin with baking paper

2

In a high powered blender, blitz the base ingredients until all well combined and not completely smooth

3

Press mixture down firmly down into cake tin, until evenly dispersed and place in the freezer

4

Rinse out your blender and add all the base ingredients

5

Blend on high until smooth, spooning down the mix as you go. If the mix is too thick for your blender to mix until super smooth, add a splash more water.

6

Spoon out and evenly spread over the base. Crush or blitz approximately 1/2 cup of cacao melts in blender, leaving it still with quite a bit of texture and sprinkle over the top.

7

Place in the freezer until firm enough to slice - this may take over an hour

8

It is beautiful served alone, or with fresh strawberries sliced over the top

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4 Comments

  1. Kristy

    Hi there, I think you are missing the ingredients for the top layer in the recipe.

    Reply
    • Jordan-Changing Habits Nutritionist

      Hi Kristy, sorry for any confusion, but the chopped cacao wafers (garnish) is the top layer 🙂

      Reply
      • Gabi

        I think there is a typo at step 4. You have us doing 2 base layers and no middle layer 😜 Looking forward to trying this

        Reply
        • Jordan Pie

          OOOH NO, thanks so much for letting us know Gabi, I’ll take a look at it and fix it up now 🙂

          Reply

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