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March 04, 2011

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Hester, you're a genius and I can't wait to try this. I can even contemplate how healthy I'm being!!

Yummy yummy. This is my favourite innocent smoothie

yummy yummy yummy, can't wait to try this!!!

Hahahahaha so that's why they point and laugh - I've been making lopsided cheesecakes!

replace the full fat cream cheese with quark, fresh cream with low fat cream and use ginger nairns oat cakes instead of bourbons.

not sure what it would do taste wise but i'm going to give it a go, will be defo healthier then :D

Cannot wait to try this one
Will probably try the healthy
one too!!!!

This looks pretty good!! Will save this recipe to make for Mum's next birthday - she loves key-lime pie, as well as cheesecake, so will try this out on her!!
Thanks for sharing, Hester. Keep up the yummy work!!

sounds DELISH!!

Has me salivating but can anyone offer a non-gelatine containing version? I'm not a good enough cook to know how.

This is sooooo not fair! We don't have those smoothies where I live here in the U.S.
So miss out on both the smoothies and what you can make with them, and I love cheesecake :(
~Tricia

Think I'm going to try this with another innocent smoothie, I love the Cranberries, blueberries and cherries drink. Bet the tartness would really suit a cheesecake recipe. Thanks Hester!

Hi Fliss, I make cheesecake all the time and I am a veggie. I never use a setting agent, the cheeses (I use mascarpone and cream cheese) set really well and there is no need for gelatine. Perhaps try icing sugar instead of caster as this may help it set more. However, there are plenty of vegetarian jellies and gelatines out there either in health food shops or in 'free from' aisles of the supermarkets.

I'm not a great cook but I gave this a whirl. It was easy and won loads of brownie points with my family! Will be making this one again.

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