No bake pumpkin cheesecake

Holly molly. This no bake pumpkin cheesecake is absolutely the bomb. I am not much of a pumpkin person but the subtle flavor of the pumpkin in this recipe was just enough to give it a little hint of it without over powering it.

no bake pumpkin cheesecake- gluten free and vegan

I must begin by saying, you need to make this no bake pumpkin cheesecake ASAP.

I am not much of a pumpkin kind of girl but these are just plain sensational. Because I didn’t add too much pumpkin to the cheesecake layer, just 1/3 cup to be exact, the pumpkin flavor wasn’t overwhelming.

My kids loved these bars and so did my husband. Next time I make them, which will be soon, I will have to quadruple the batch. I have loads of leftover pumpkin that I have to use so I know I will be making them promptly.

Let me know if you get to make them. I hope you like it as much as we did. For the no bake cheesecake pumpkin recipe make sure you click on the link and if you need some of the ingredients for this no bake cheesecake pumpkin recipe make sure you check my friends at nuts.com

Enjoy!

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7 comments

  1. Is there a substitute for the medjool dates? So many recipes use them and I can’t due to the sugar content

  2. You can use dried prunes, or any dried fruit of choice however there would be quite some sugar in that too. Besides that I can’t think of anything right now. Sorry!

  3. I love pumpkin!! what a great recipe and love that it’s no-bake!! heading over to get the recipe now!

  4. I love the use of cashews – I had no idea cashews could turn into a cheesecake!! Brilliant!! I will have to give these a try asap!!

  5. Made these yesterday and L.O.V.E.D. them! Super tasty, rich, sweet, with all the pumpkin goodness. Thanks a lot for sharing this great – and, super easy to prepare – recipe!!!

  6. I’ve seen so many of these great vegan “cheesecake” recipes and would love to try this pumpkin one but my SO is allergic to cashews! He’s not allergic to almonds, could I use those as a substitute? Or do you have any other recommendations? Thanks!

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