Raw Vegan Gingerbread Cheesecake

Raw Vegan Gingerbread Cheesecake

So there are less than three weeks to Christmas and I have eaten a lot of gingerbread and gingerbread men. This cheesecake is still sitting in my freezer and I think its just too yummy and pretty to eat, Does that make sense to anyone. I just fear that when its gone I wont have the time or occasion to make it again.

If you know me (which you probably don’t) then you know I love cheesecake, but what I haven’t shared with you is my looooove for spiced teas. I love Chai and I love adding pepper to my tea lattes to give them that little bit of a kick. So what is more Christmassy than gingerbread? And what better combination is there, than a gingerbread cookie flavoured tea and cheesecake?

I recently tried the Santa’s babe Pepperkake Rooibos tea by Tea and the Gang and totally fell in love with it. It is so so flavoursome and that bit of spicy that I just cant stop drinking it.

So I decided to put it in my cake. It came out so delicious (if I may say so myself) that I couldn’t believe it. So here it is. The Raw Vegan Gingerbread Cheesecake:

 

 

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Raw Vegan Gingerbread Cheesecake
Course Dessert
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Ingredients
Course Dessert
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. For the base place the oats in a medium sized bowl and add the peanutbutter caramel sauce and cinammon. Stir until well combined.
  2. Now press this mixture into the bottom of a 20cm cake tin with removable bottom (very important, otherwise you wont get the cake out)
  3. Refrigerate while you make the cheese filling.
  4. For the filling place all remaining ingredients except the coconut oil into a food processor and blend until very smooth, scraping down the sides in-between, this might take a while depending on how powerful your foodprocessor is.
  5. When nice and creamy – start streaming in the coconut oil while still blending.
  6. When lovely and smooth, pour all into the cake tin and freeze for about two hours. Defrost for about 1 hour before serving. If totally frozen, which would take longer than two hours, defrost for longer.
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