This delicious vegan cheesecake contains no cashews or tofu. Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts. That’s why I love this Vegan Sweet Potato Cheesecake Recipe. Check out this healthy sweet potato pie.
I love experimenting with vegan alternatives to non vegan favorites I used to eat. This cake is creamy and sweet with no oils or added sugar. Sweet potatoes are a lower calorie starch. This sweet potato cheesecake is healthy.
These sweet tasting starchy root vegetables are the perfect purée for plant based Sweet Potato Cheesecake Recipe. Due to the fact that they are nutrient dense.
Sweet potatoes are rich in protein, fiber, and vitamin A. They provide vitamin C, E, and various B vitamins. Sweet potatoes also contain iron, zinc, and calcium. That why sweet potato cheesecakes are healthy.
I absolutely love using fruit and vegetables to make baked goods. Sweet potatoes are the perfect vegetable too because they are naturally sweet. I used sugar free white chocolate pudding mix in this Vegan Sweet Potato Cheesecake Recipe.
All Jello brand pudding mixes are vegan because they don’t contain gelatin. Once I found that out, I started using it to make vegan cheesecakes.
Finding different ways to make plant based cheese cake is really fun. Once I made a few different kinds it became easier and easier. All cakes are vegan and gluten free including this healthy sweet potato pie.
Agar powder is an amazing lot helpful vegan cake ingredient. It’s a Japanese vegetable gelatin that creates a cheesecake texture. Agar powder is inexpensive and lasts a long time.
You can find it at many Asian markets or order it online. I’ve provided a link for Agar gelatin powder below recipe. It’s perfect for healthy sweet potato pie.
You only need 7 ingredients to make this vegan cheesecake recipe. You need sweet potatoes, Agar, and jello mix. Also quick oats, coconut milk, and vanilla extract.
Start making healthy sweet potato pie by soaking the oats in liquid. Then preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Purée the oatmeal and combine with other wet ingredients in a large mixing bowl and blend.
Add the remaining dry ingredients and blend. Pour into cake pan and bake for 20 minutes. Allow cake for fully chill before serving.
Preheat oven 350.
Soak oats in water for 30 minutes then purée.
Put oatmeal purée into large mixing bowl and combine remaining wet ingredients. Blend.
Add dry ingredients into mixture and blend until thoroughly combined.
Pour batter into 9X9 cake pan.
Bake for 20 minutes.
chill in refrigerator for up to 1 hour to allow agar gelatin to solidify.