Wild Berry Danish Cheese Cake

So far I have quite a few cakes with wild berries. The truth of the matter is that I get them frozen in bulk and use them for several desserts. They are great because of the antioxidant content plus buying them frozen allows me to have them for a while without spoiling. Just before using the berries I have to make sure that I thaw and drain them :-).

So danish cheesecake, yes you read right. Love cheese danishes so I thought this would be a good alternative. I have made the cheese part of the cake taste differently before. For example using lemon juice and zest. Nice lemony refreshing flavor. If you prefer this version just use the zest and juice of one lemon for the cheese mixture.


Wild Berry Danish Cheese Cake

Yield: 8-10 servings


1 1/2 cup whole wheat pastry flour, I always use the pastry flour version
2 teaspoons of baking powder
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs, I always use organic
2/3 cups low fat organic Greek yogurt
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Cheese mixture

8 oz low fat cream cheese
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg, organic
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups of wild berries, you can also use blueberries if you can get them organic even better



Heat oven to 350 F. Grease and flour a spring form pan. In a bowl mix eggs, oil, yogurt and sugar. Add the vanilla, flour and baking powder and combine. Pour onto the baking pan. In another bowl whisk cream cheese and sugar until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla and egg. Spoon this cheese mixture over the cake batter and spread, leaving one inch margin of cake batter exposed around the perimeter of the cake. Now you can sprinkle the berries over the cheese mixture. Bake for about 55-65 minutes. Cool in pan.

TIP: I store cake in the fridge because of the cheese. I just cut what ever piece we are eating and let it sit at room temperature for about 10-20 minutes before eating it.

Adapted from Modern comfort food

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe yielding 10 servings


  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!!
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  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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