Mini cheesecakes

mini cheesecakes

So I finally figured out a way to make red velvet cake without using food coloring. I wrote this recipe down a while ago, but I remember being sceptical about using red beet juice to make a cake. I am not a big fan of the taste, however in this case you can’t even tell it’s there. Beetroot powder is another option, but they’re not selling it in my country unfortunately. And I think that this method is cheaper. So get your hands on a bottle of juice, and enjoy these vegan, red velvet mini cheesecakes!


For the crust
-40 g of ground graham crackers or biscuits of your choice
-6 tbsp of coconut oil

For the filling
-225 g of cashews
-150 ml of almond milk
-7 tbsp of maple syrup
-20 g of cocoa powder
-4 tbsp of coconut oil
-3 tbsp of lemon juice
-4-5 tbsp of beetroot juice
-1 tsp vanilla extract

For decoration
-200 ml of chilled coconut cream
-20 g of powdered sugar
-1 tsp of vanilla sugar
– pieces of chocolate


Mix graham crackers and coconut oil to make the crust. Place paper molds in a muffin tray, silicone or solid. I used a solid one in this case. Pour one tablespoon of this mixture into each paper mold. Press each one down with your fingers to get a flat surface.

Put in the blender all the ingredients for the filling and blend until you get a thick, creamy texture. Pour the filling in each mold to the top and leave in the freezer for about 4 hours.

In the meantime, mix the ingredients for decoration (all except for the chocolate pieces) in a deep bowl and mix with the mixer for a few minutes.

Decorate each cake and sprinkle with chocolate. Let the mini cheesecakes defrost before serving them (let them sit 15-20 minutes in the refrigerator).

If you liked this recipe, make sure you check out my peanut butter mousse!

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