Delicious Healthy Easy Chocolate Cheesecake

Delicious Healthy Easy Chocolate Cheesecake

This cake…..I’m trying to find the words to describe to you how incredible it tastes so let me try; delicious healthy easy chocolate cheesecake! Okay and also vegan, creamy,  silky, smooth, crunchy slice of heaven. A whole other level of delicious so lets get to it.

In a nutshell:

  • Gluten free
  • Dairy free
  • Sugar free
  • Plant based

My daughter came to visit for the Easter weekend and insisted I make this cake again after having tasted this no bake vegan cheesecakeShe kept asking “how long till we can eat it?” Bless 🙂

I knew that I had to tweak it to set set quicker and it worked wonderfully!

Perhaps the fact that I left the almond milk out this time or that I used the cashews in the filling in this one, regardless they are both delicious in their own way. 

This cheesecake is a different and maybe better version for you it really depends on what sort of texture you like. I love them both and apparently my daughter loves this delicious healthy easy chocolate cheesecake a lot better whereas my husband also loves them both. Its chocolate who doesn’t love chocolate? 

delicious healthy chocolate cheesecake

For a non vegan family I sure do prepare lots of vegan recipes and fortunately everyone loves them. For me it’s not about vegan or dairy free (since there are no family requirements) when choosing to prepare a meal it’s more about healthier choice simple ingredients and that remains my focus as in the recipes in my free download recipe e-cookbook.

So this is how quick it is to make this chocolate cheesecake.

One morning during this Easter weekend I started on my cake with my daughter sitting across the kitchen counter chit chatting (best moments) and from start to finish it probably took 15 to 20 minutes including clean up and chit chat – quick easy and AMAZING!

Recipe Tips and Suggestions

  1. I always prefer lining a cake tin with baking paper because it makes it easier to remove when its ready and its also easier to transfer onto your favorite serving platter.
  2. Also if you have the right sized tin with the loose bottom that’s even easier to transfer. If not, a regular baking tin will work (baking paper and spray & cook).
  3. Use a freezer friendly dish to make the cheesecake.
    A cake tin that is not too large because you want your crust to fill the base works and if you can get it up the sides slightly great because you then have a short crust on the outside of the cake.
  4. Use your fingers to flatten the crust into the pan and try pressing it so that it goes up the sides a little to create that firm edge.

Images on the crust in the tin can be found in this post. 

Cashews are soaked overnight in this recipe and are used for the filling.

Freezing the cake

This cheesecake must be left in the freezer for the filling to set. Leave it for a couple of hours before topping it off with your favorite fruit.

delicious healthy easy chocolate cheesecake


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delicious healthy easy chocolate cheesecake


Course Dessert
Keyword healthy chocolate cheesecake



  • 1 cup almonds
  • 2 1/2 tbsps coco
  • 5 tbsps coconut oil
  • 1 1/4 cups chopped dates
  • 1 1/2 cups oats
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence


  • 1 cup cashews (soaked)
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 250 grams chocolate (melted)
  • rind and juice of 1 lemon


  1. Prepare a baking tin with baking paper and use spray and cook on the inside. Set aside. 

  2. Add all the crust ingredients into a food processor/blender starting by pulsing the almonds, dates and oats followed by the rest of the coco, oil and essence. 

  3. Once the desired consistency is reached (it should be soft and slightly sticky when pressed between your fingers). Press the crust into the prepared tin and leave in the fridge to set while preparing the filling. 


  1. Melt the chocolate your preferred way or see the tips and suggestions of this post. 

  2. Add the rest of the filling ingredients into the food processor starting by pulsing the almonds until crushed (not smooth) followed by the rest of the filling ingredients including the melted chocolate. 

  3. Pour into the crust and leave to set in the freezer for a couple of hours before adding fresh/frozen fruit toppings. 

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