cheesecake yoghurt Nov 30, 2022
The perfect little desserts for entertaining but also healthy
enough for a fancy mid week breakfast!
Probiotic No Bake Passionfruit Cheesecake

Serves 1


1 x tub passionfruit Farmers Union PLUS probiotic yogurt1 x pitted prune¼ cup your favourite fruit free granola (you can crush in a mortar and pestle if desired)1 x passion fruit4-5 fresh mint leaves



The night before (or at least 12 hours before): Place the probiotic yogurt in a muslin cloth or nut milk bag, place over a sieve and let that sit on top of a bowl. Leave in the fridge overnight or for at least 12 hours for the whey to drain out and leave you with a thick labneh consistency yogurt. (don’t waste the whey, that can go into your next smoothie!).Soak the prune in boiled water for 10 minutes. Grease (or line with baking paper), a ½ cup mould. Mash the prune into your granola so that it comes together. Spoon the yoghurt into the mould and press down, smoothing the top (leave room for granola). Press granola mix on top of that and press down. Turn the mould out onto a plate (because it has been greased it should slide out with a few taps on top), or slide out and remove baking paper. Use a butter knife to smooth edges if need be. Spoon over passion fruit and top with mint leaves.    Looking for some more dessert ideas?


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