Raw vegan Vanilla raspberry cheesecake

Today I have teemed up with Cascadian Farm to bring to you this raw vegan vanilla raspberry cheesecake. I am also bringing you an important message that I would love for you to take a couple of minutes and read about.

Raw vegan raspberry cheesecake

I wanted to make my readers aware of an issue that will affect us all. Bees population is in trouble. Because we depend on bees for diversity in our food system it is important for us to support this cause.

While scientists are still studying the many issues plaguing bees, and why their numbers are declining at rapid rates, there is an easy way in which many of us can help. Here is how:

  1. Planting wildflowers is an easy and beautiful way to increase their habitat.
  2. Choosing organic means choosing foods that are better for bees and the rest of our ecosystem.
  3. Raising awareness means more and more people can learn about the issue and find ways to help.
  4. Donating to bee-friendly organizations helps scientists conduct essential research.

To learn more about it and watch an amazing informational 3 minute video please visit this link www.bee-friendlier.com and click on “Watch Video” to find out how you can help bees.

Also, Cascadian Farms is offering this giveaway to one of my readers. It includes:


  1. Cascadian Farm Buzz Crunch Honey Almond Cereal
  2. Cascadian Farm Protein Granola
  3. Seedles
  4. Bee finger puppets
  5. Save the Bees tea tower
  6. Save the Bees art print

To enter the giveaway just comment below and let me know which organic products you or your family enjoys. I will pick a winner by November 1st. LEXY HAS BEEN PICKED AS THE WINNER!! CONGRATS!

I hope you get to plant some wildflowers in your garden. I am with my little ones. Will see what we get. Until then I hope you like this raw vegan vanilla raspberry cheesecake


Raw vegan raspberry cheesecake

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cascadian Farm. All opinions are my own and I speak from personal experience. The end :-)


Raw vegan Vanilla raspberry cheesecake

miryam's original recipe

Yield: 10 servings

Total Time: 30 minutes


Cheesecake layer

Top Layer


Soak the cashews in water for 1 hour. Discard the water and line a loaf baking pan with unbleached parchment paper and set aside. In a medium mixing bowl, mix the topping ingredients and let it sit for 1 hour until it thickens.

Place the crust ingredients in your food processor and pulse until the mixture comes together; this should take about 1 minute.

Press this mixture evenly onto the bottom of the prepared loaf baking pan and place it in the freezer while you prepare the cheesecake topping.

Place the cheesecake ingredients in your food processor and pulse until smooth. Pour the cheesecake mixture over the crust in the baking pan and spread it evenly. Freeze the dessert for at least 1 hour. Spread topping ingredients evenly over the cheesecake layer. Freeze for another hour.

Cut the cheesecake into squares before serving. Keep leftovers covered in the freezer for up to 3 months.

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  1. Aww, I’m not going to post my rolls now! These are so much yummier looking. I was very unhappy with mine because the dough tasted healthy. With lots of filling and icing, you can’t taste the healthyness, but I don’t want to have to load them with sugar to make them taste good.

    These look and probably taste a lot better with some white flour in there! I’m going to try this version when I finish the rolls I made today, which probably won’t be for another week. Or maybe I’ll just try mine again but with half white flour. After I made the rolls, I made pretzel bites and I had the same problem. They would have been SO much better with some white flour in there.

    Yours came out very pretty! Are these the danishes you were talking about earlier? They’re kind of danish-like. :)

  2. Texanerin, Thanks :-)
    yeah they work a lot better with some white flour although I hate that :-( I made another batch with all of it 100% WW pastry flour and they were still good but a bit tougher texture, especially the next day. These were the ones I made into Danishes. They were gone in 2 days but it liked the rolls better.

    I think you should try your rolls with a little bit of white flour in there, I am sure you will like them better!!

  3. These look so good. I wish I had a batch ready to go for tomorrow to enjoy with my coffee. I’ll have to make some of these when we have company come in town. I bet they freeze well before baking.

  4. this looks so good and not too unhealthy on the fat. initially i thought it was pizza.. but then i read raspberry marmalade. :-) beautiful pics.

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