Valentine’s Vanilla and Strawberry Cheesecake


Roses are red, voiletts are blue,
a lovely treat for you to enjoy no matter what you may do.
The day is to share your love and show someone special what they mean to you, whoever they may be ❤

Disclaimer! (I was always bad a poetry)


10 Digestive biscuits or Sugar free healthline biscuits ( I would use 20 as they are small)

500g of Quark or 2 tubs.

35g low fat butter.

250g of Strained fat free greek yogurt.

1 fresh frew range egg white. (do not use if Pregnant, elderly or give raw egg white to kids)

1 1/2 sachets of Gelatin or Agar Agar which is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

6 tbsp of sweetener.

1 tsp of vanilla extract or the seeds of 1/2 a vanilla pod.

1/2 sachet of sugar free Strawberry  Jelly.

1 punnet of fresh strawberrys.

10′ inch Cheesecake Springform tin.

To decorate:

Sweet freedom choc shot or 1 tsp of melted nutella.

1 tsp of Cocoa powder.

Light aerosol cream if desired.



Crush the biscuits, add the melted butter and press into the bottom of a spring form tin. Place in the fridge to set.

Add the required water to the powdered geletine and leave aside to cool or if using leaf geletine leave to soak in cold water. Make up the jelly to packet instructions and leave to cool. (I use half the amount of water required)

Mix the quark, sweetener, greek yogurt, vanilla and leave aside.

Whip the egg white and leave to one side.

Add the now cooled Geletine and jelly to the quark mix and gently fold the beaten egg white in. If you would like a little colour to the mix if the jelly is not particularly pink add a little natural red food colouring.

Add the topping to the base and place in the fridge overnight or for at least 4/5 hours to set completely.

I like to decorate with some cocoa powder and fresh strawberrys on top.


Have the most wonderful day no matter who you are sharing your love with this Valentine’s ❤


TheNakedBlondie x

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