No-bake vanilla cheesecake pots with raspberry coulis

No bake cottage cheese cheesecake pots with raspberry puree on eatlivetravelwrite.comThis post is sponsored by Gay Lea.

So it’s February. Are you ready to ease off those New Year’s resolutions a little? It’s interesting… I barely brought in any treats to my staffroom this past month as I heard so many people tell me they needed to get back on the “no treats at random hours of the day” wagon. Though I had a lot of baked goods to share, I inflicted them on shared them with my neighbours instead (they didn’t seem to mind!) so what ended up happening was that though I was baking endlessly (still testing recipes for In the French kitchen with kids!), I didn’t actually have any treats around the house for when *I* wanted a little something sweet. But nothing too complicated.

Luckily for me, my fridge is always stocked with yoghurt and berries and, more recently, Nordica Vanilla Bean Smooth Cottage Cheese. I love this because it’s not too sweet AND it doesn’t have the lumpy consistency of cottage cheese that I simply can’t learn to like! Oftentimes, a pot of the vanilla bean cottage cheese with a few berries is enough to curb my craving for something sweet. But sometimes I want a little bit more.

That’s where these no-bake cheesecake pots come in.

No bake mini cheesecake pots on eatlivetravelwrite.comMade with just a few simple ingredients that I always have on hand (cream cheese, whipping cream, a touch of icing sugar and Nordica Vanilla Bean Smooth Cottage Cheese), they take no time at all to whip up and are easy to fancy up with a little raspberry coulis. I’ve made them without a biscuit base (so they are gluten-free) but you could add a little crumbled biscuit/ butter base if you wanted to add a little crunch.

A quick and easy weeknight indulgence that wouldn’t be out of place on a dinner party table either? What could be better?

No bake cheesecake pots with raspberry puree and fresh raspberries on

No-bake vanilla cheesecake pots with raspberry coulis
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Quick and easy no-bake cheesecake pots with raspberry coulis.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 8
  • 250mls (1 cup) whipping (35%) cream
  • 250g cream cheese, room temperature
  • 2 x pots Nordica Vanilla Bean Smooth Cottage Cheese
  • 2 tablespoons icing sugar
  1. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment or using electric beaters whip the cream until it forms soft peaks.
  2. Refrigerate until needed.
  3. In the stand mixer or using electric beaters (no need to wash the attachments after you’ve beaten the cream), beat the cream cheese and cottage cheese with the icing sugar until smooth and creamy.
  4. Use a rubber spatula to gently fold in the whipped cream
  5. Divide evenly between eight 125ml (1/2 cup) ramekins.
  6. Refrigerate overnight (or as long as you can stand to wait!).
  7. Serve with raspberry coulis (1 cup raspberries blitzed in a food processor with 2 tablespoons icing sugar).

Mini cheesecake pots with raspberry puree topping on eatlivetravelwrite.comWhat about you? What’s your weeknight indulgence?


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8 thoughts on “No-bake vanilla cheesecake pots with raspberry coulis”

  1. This is so interesting. I’d never heard of smooth cottage cheese! Also, I find it so funny how we both end up giving away all our baked goods so that when we actually want a cookie (or a slice of cake), there’s none around!

    • Oh I’ve been eating this for ever – Grocery Gateway had a “try this new product” in one of our boxes ages ago and I fell in love as soon as I tasted it – love the texture. And yes to giving away all the baked goods. Because, balance!


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