Strawberry Cheesecake Tarts for 2. Glutenfree Vegan Recipe

Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake Tarts for two. Gluten-free Recipe | Vegan Richa

So I was thinking of making something spectacular, or vegan-izing some difficult to make vegan dishes. I tried a few times to make a vanilla souffle. It never really came out to be a souffle. but it was darn delicious. One of the results almost like a moist pound cake. ha!
I thought of pots de creme. The cream and egg filled baked up in a bath custardy thingamajig. Well, the filling of the cheesecakes will work as is for that. Just blend up, let it chill and serve. :)

I baked up this berry creamy filling into two 4.5 inch tarts. The smaller tarts are much easier to handle and the cheesecake filling does not need to bake for hours and is more forgiving. The tart crust and filling both can be made oil-free. The whole tart with the crust and the filling can be served up as is without baking as well. Omit the cornstarch and let it chill. Top with strawberries and other fruit and serve. The crust is a simple coconut oat crust with maple. Use any crust of choice like graham cracker crumbs and oil or a ginger snap crumb crust.  

I baked the tarts to get the gorgeous purple color and a delicious treat for today. Well we actually ate both the tarts yesterday, so I might have to make something today. or pick up an awesome boston cream cake from Violet Sweet Shoppe in Seattle. I got one for a dinner last Monday. Gosh that cake was soo amazing! 

If you missed the Valentines day round up. see it here – 25 Vegan Breakfasts (Sweet and savory) and Desserts!
Also this Chocolate Overload round up. 
For dinner, make these Harvest chickpea stuffed Portabellas, or this pretty quinoa, orange, jalapeno aioli pizza, or this one with almond feta, shrooms and olives.

Look at that creamy filling!

Strawberry Cheesecake Tarts for 2
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, yeast, gluten. Can be made oil-free.
Makes Two 4.5 inch tart pans

1/2 cup oat flour

1/2 cup coconut flakes
1 Tbsp ground raw sugar
a pinch of salt
1.5 to 2 Tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp oil
a few drops of vanilla extract 
a pinch of cinnamon or other spices (optional)

1/3 cup firm tofu
1/4 cup cashews, soaked for an hour or more
1 tsp cornstarch
1 Tbsp raw sugar
5 juicy strawberries
1 tsp oil (optional)
1/2 tsp vinegar (I use apple cider vinegar)
1 tsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Crust: Mix everything under crust in a bowl. Add enough maple so the dough can stay together. Press in the tart pans. 

Filling: Blend everything under filling. Taste and try to not eat it all. Adjust the salt, sweet and tang (lemon juice) if needed. 

Fill the crust wit the filling. Tap to eliminate air pockets. Place the tart pans on a baking sheet and bake at pre-heated 350 degrees F for 30 minutes, then reduce temperature to 325 degrees F and bake for another 15 minutes or until the center is not liquid. 
Chill for atleast an hour. Drizzle melted chocolate and serve with fresh chopped strawberries. 

These mini cheesecakes are being shared at Rickis wellness weekend. allergy free wednesdays
Happy Valentines Day!
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    • says

      i wasnt a cheesecake lover in my pregan days. it would just be too heavy and stale most of the time. fresh home made no dairy version is far far better and i love it :)

  1. says

    Vegan recipes have the best of both worlds – delicious and healthy. They have something in them that makes them a favorite. You can also give a try with the Swami Mami Tea because it is effective in detoxifying our body.

  2. says

    Oh my goodness these looks delicious, I love tofu in desserts. I do try to avoid coconut though because I find it makes my throat a little itchy. Do you think you could just use all oat flour?

  3. Jimie Gibbon says

    Love to cook n bake always looking for new recipes to make,vegan dishes,n yours are always amazing, n my friends n neighbors thank you,cause i love to share,making this awesome strawberry cheesecake today,thank you love,by the way my favorite food is Indian,love cooking it eating it smelling all those wonderful aromes.

  4. Diane says

    I am so intrigued by the quest to reproduce hard-to-make dairy items in a clean, vegan version! I loooove custards, flans, cream filling, pudding, etc, but won’t eat the real thing. I love using almond milk and have had some good successes with coconut milk. I am still learning, and am inspired to try to recreate some of the recipes from “The Great British Bake Off”, in a vegan version. I’m going to try this cheesecake too, it looks delicious! I will keep watching for more experiments with soufflees, custards, etc. We can do it! :)

  5. Coulinjo says

    Is there anything I could use instead of cashew or is it those tha give it the creaminess? Almonds? Pistachios?

      • Coulinjo says

        Thanks. I did go to shops and get cashews though and the trouble I’m having now is getting enough out of the blender and into the cases – I just want to eat it all off the spoon!!! I think I’d better get it in to the oven quickly :/


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