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