No bake lime cheesecakes

Today, after a full week of not documenting any recipes , I was able to make my first dessert, no bake lime cheesecakes. It is not often that I take a few days off from blogging and taking pictures but I really needed a small brake. I think there will be more to come, especially after I start school next week!

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Anyways, these individual no bake lime cheesecakes where just plain sensational. Since the weather is getting warmer I am trying to avoid turning on the oven and sticking with no bake desserts and things of that nature.

It also saves me time since normally desserts that need to be baked require more time.

As I was making these no bake lime cheesecakes, of course, I was tasting the mixture. I couldn’t help but to think of other flavors that would go great with this ingredient combo. I don’t know exactly which flavors would be good next time but I am thinking that any type of berry together with vanilla may probably be great. Do you happen to have any other flavor combo ideas? If you do, please share.

I just remembered that yesterday was cinco de Mayo and this recipe would have been indicative of that holiday given the flavor. Oh well, maybe I should have posted the recipe yesterday instead but never the less, I don’t think you need the excuse of that especial day to make these cheesecakes.

For these no bake lime cheesecakes I sweetened the batter with Truvia’s new product, Truvia Nectar. I must say I am in love. The flavor is more subtle than using straight honey so I think it blends really well with the lime flavor and cream cheese mixture.

I am planning of making more desserts with their new product, especially for my diabetic friends, so stay tuned.

Well I hope that you like these individual no bake lime cheesecakes. You can keep them in the fridge for up to 5 days. These are extremely refreshing and light to the palate so I hope you get to try them soon.


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No bake lime cheesecakes

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 6 servings

Total Time: 30 minutes



Place graham crackers in your food processor and pulse until they pulverize.

In your stand mixer, add the cream cheese, Greek yogurt, lime juice and nectar. Combine until you obtain a smooth mixture. About 30 seconds to 1 minute.

To assemble the cheesecakes, obtain small glass jars and layer graham crackers followed by the cream cheese mixture repeating layers as desired. No specific science to it, just as you wish.

Keep refrigerated for up to 5 days.

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  1. Thanks for the great blog! I love it.

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  2. Thanks for the great blog! I love it.

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  3. What a cool idea!! A cake, cheesecake and danish all in one! Love it!! Looks delicious!!
    Would you mind checking out my blog? :D

  4. Miryam, your blog is just wonderful! The recipes are really exceptional. Leave it to a dietician to figure out how to keep something delicious, while adding in more nutrition! I love your blog’s design as well–it’s beautiful. I am looking forward to many more visits here, without a doubt. Great, great stuff!

    :) Jane

  5. Thanks so much, makes me happy when people appreciate recipes I post. Not too many recipes so far but will keep them coming as much as my kids let me :-) So much to do and so very little time….thanks again

  6. this sounds right up my alley! :) yummy

  7. Yummy! I used 1/2 cup honey and 1/4 cup sugar and it was great. I only baked it for 30 minutes and it was so perfectly moist. It’s still hot and I’ve eaten 1/4 of it already. :D (although next time I’ll let it cool first because the cream cheese is oozing all over)

  8. Hammande,

    I think decreasing the sugar content was a great idea, even more healthy :-) I have not made it in a long time so next time I do for sure I will use less sugar like you did :-)


  9. i love your cakes  and like your blog

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