Delicious lemony Vegan Cheesecake lightened up with silken tofu and cashew cream “cheese”, baked on gluten-free spelt biscuits and topped with frozen raspberries. You simply NEED to make this Cheesecake!
This is my first attempt baking a vegan cheesecake, this has been the only thing I was craving really bad since I went vegan. I always thought there is not such thing as delicious vegan cheesecake… I thought it would taste more like… like something obviously “vegan”. No offense, I love vegan dishes! But what I don’t like is when recipes just simply taste like you have swapped a few ingredients to make them become vegan for the sake of making them vegan. But this cake tasted at the end creamy, rich, sweet and simply like a real cheesecake! The cream was actually so delicious, I really had to hold myself back not to eat the entire cake filing right out of my food processor!
I love to discover new places everytime I’m back in my hometown, Berlin.
This weekend I went to a Deli called Eat Performance.
At Eat Performance you can get a wide choice of 100% Paleo-friendly, grain-free and dairy-free foods which contain only whole and unprocessed ingredients.
I absolutely adore the homemade granola with coconut milk! They serve it in cute mason jars with fresh fruit and coconut meat on top. Divine!
You can also enjoy sandwiches made with fresh homemade grain-free protein bread as well as soups, salads and sweets. Yes, I said SWEETS.
Sweets can be indeed healthy and enjoyable without any sugar added! You can even order the delicious energy bars, cookies and bliss balls from the Eat Performance Online Store. Free of any artificial additives! Sweets couldn’t be healthier!!
My top tip if you want to lose weight, feel good and see your body transforming: Cut or at least cut the following things from your diet
It’s as simple as it sounds!
Basically you can use the cave-men eating principles as a starting point, the so-called Paleo Diet. In a nutshell it means you are consuming foods which you are able to pick and eat by yourself, such as fruits, vegetables and nuts for example. The classic Paleo approach is also encouraging the consumption of meat and fish. Nevertheless this is totally up to you. I’m sticking to my vegan lifestyle anyways and I’m striving!
Believe me you will feel the difference and your body will thank you with loads of energy, clear skin, improved metabolism, improved sleep and a better shape and fitness.
Don’t dig your grave with your own knife and fork!
There are so many delicious Paleo-friendly restaurants, places and so many recipes online. This lifestyle is achievable by everyone!
Check out my favorite Paleo Recipes for inspiration!
Have you ever dreamed about ice cream being fat-free but creamy, sugar-free but sweet as well as healthy and delicious? Then this recipe is for you! Creamy green Vanilla-Banana Ice cream – a guiltless indulge.
I made this green Nice cream with chlorella powder and kiwis. Chlorella powder is a real super food! Chlorella is a good source of protein, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, chlorophyll, vitamins, and minerals and it is also used for cancer prevention, stress reduction and as a immune system booster.
Banana Nice cream is so simple it hardly qualifies as a recipe, making it the ideal snack, breakfast or dessert. It’s vegan, gluten-free, fat-free and free of any artificial sugars or coloring. This ice cream is good for you and it’s amazing how much like ice cream it tastes!
Light, fresh and crisp vegan cole slaw made with shredded white and purple cabbage, carrots, bell peppers, tomatoes and a mango-pineapple “mayonnaise”. A perfect vegan, gluten-free, fat-free and energizing dish.
Winter time is the perfect season for cabbage. White cabbage, green cabbage, purple cabbage, chinese cabbage…. just to name a few. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, and vitamin B6. It is also a very good source of manganese, dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin B1, folate and copper. Cabbage is known for its impressive anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. Newer researches even found out that by eating cabbage you can significantly lower your cholesterol levels.
When I make a slaw I never drown it in creamy mayonnaise like typically found in delis and restaurants. I actually despise mayonnaise! I prefer to keep it light and fresh. That’s why I made a light juicy dressing by blending mango and pineapple and mixing it with tahini (sesame mousse).
These delicious raw vegan mini meatballs are made with a combo of soaked walnuts, pecans, red bell pepper, celery, onion and my favorite herb: rosemary. Sprinkle them with some lemon juice and watch them disappear.
I was intrigued by meatballs, especially since the Superbowl is right around the corner! But as I went Vegan in September 2014, meat is no more an option and I came up with this vegan, gluten-free and soy-free alternative. The rich and savory taste of walnuts make these not-meatballs taste so much like real meatballs, you can’t imagine! You can eat your mini “meat” balls alone or on top of your zucchini pasta for a full meal. It’s so simple, delicious and healthy, and you don’t need to turn on your oven! This recipe makes around 16 raw vegan meatball.
The greatest guilt-free ice cream treat made with only TWO ingredient, frozen ripe bananas and vanilla! No cream and no sugar added. I could have this delicious NICEcream everyday and finally it’s OK to have ice cream for breakfast!
You know those bananas sitting on your counter, the ones with all those brown spots? Well those bananas make the BEST dairy-free, vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, fat-free, Nicecream treat.
You can add any toppings you like: You can top your Nicecream with fresh berries or a berry sauce, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, peanut butter, nuts, fruits… the possibilities are endless! My favorites are either pure Banana Vanilla Nicecream topped with just some ground cinnamon or a dream of Banana Nicecream with a strawberry swirl and fresh strawberries.
The greatest guilt-free snack, breakfast or dessert!
I’m addicted to mango, combine it with cream and I’m in heaven.
…blending and simply using pineapple as topping makes it a healthy, easy form of pudding which doesn’t require any cooking or baking. Great isn’t it?
Mangos are so sweet and great in taste that we sometimes might forget that they are also healthy! Mangos are rich in antioxidants which help prevent various types of cancer and the high content of fiber, pectin and vitamin C lowers cholesterol levels.
What do you do with your Mangos? Would love to hear!