Japanese Cheesecake

Wow – this is one easy cheesecake recipe! I’d never heard of Japanese cheesecake before, and I’m so glad I found this recipe. The base is made of vanilla wafers, crumbled up in a sandwich bag, and the other ingredients are common household foods that you probably have on hand right now. Doesn’t get much easier than that!

To lower the calorie content, you can make it with light cream cheese and by substitute stevia for sugar. Just make sure to get the amount of stevia just right, as gauging the proper quantity you need can be tricky. (Fortunately there are formulas online that will help.) I had a lot of fun making this, and I think you will too.

 

I found this new cook book that just came out earlier in October on Kindle that may be worth looking at. Superfood Genius! 99 Mouthwatering Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes, Green Smoothie & Raw Food Recipes For Every Meal of The Day (Including Dessert!) Let’s check out the dessert ideas here, along with the slower cooker recipes and other great healthy recipes. I see a great note about the cinnamon streusel muffin recipe:)!

Superfood Genius! 99 Mouthwatering Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes, Green Smoothie & Raw Food Recipes For Every Meal of The Day (Including Dessert!)

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