Healthy low FODMAP strawberry cheesecake
Yess, there it is again! The healthy cheesecake has been the most popular recipe on my blog in 2016 and therefore.
I thought it was time for a new healthy cheesecake recipe. I present: a healthy low FODMAP strawberry cheesecake!
In this recipe, I left the cream cheese, which I used in the original recipe, out and replaced this by some more quark (or greek yoghurt).
I also used coconut oil instead of butter (because I didn’t have any butter left) and I replaced the maple syrup with rice syrup. But you can also use butter and maple syrup if you prefer.
Don’t expect the healthy strawberry cheesecake to be sweet because it only contains one tablespoon of rice syrup. But the raisins in the bottom give it just that bit of sweetness that it needs.
Apart from that the strawberries and the quark make it very fresh and light. This healthy low FODMAP strawberry cheesecake makes a perfect healthy snack or breakfast!
This recipe is based on a recipe by Jelmer de Boer (the recipe is in Dutch)
Nutritional value per piece (the entire cake is 6 pieces)
This was calculated using lactose-free quark, coconut oil and rice syrup.
- 164 calories
- 4 gr fat
- 19 gr carbs
- 12 gr protein
- 2 gr fibre
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What about a healthy low FODMAP strawberry cheesecake for breakfast? It is super light, only 164 calories a piece and also gluten-free and lactose-free.
- 450 g lactose-free quark or Greek yoghurt
- 50 ml lactose-free milk
- 125 g strawberries
- 16 g coconut oil (or butter)
- 1 tbsp rice syrup (or maple syrup)
- 40 g ground oats or oat flour
- 40 g normal oat flakes
- 40 g raisins
- 5 gelatin sheets
- A 7-inch cake tin
- Layer the baking tin with baking parchment.
- Put the raisins in a bowl with warm water for 10 minutes to soften.
- Melt the coconut oil in the microwave. Put this together with the ground oats, oat flakes and the rice syrup in a bowl.
- Dry the raisins with a bit of paper and grind them in a food processor or cut them into small pieces with a knife. Add the raisins to the ingredients in the bowl and add a pinch of salt.
- Mix everything together with your hands until you get a sticky crumbly mixture. If the mixture is too dry you can add a little bit of water. Put the mixture into the baking tin and press the bottom with a fork or with your hands. Set aside.
- Put the gelatin sheets in a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes.
- Mix the quark or yoghurt with the milk in a bowl.
- Mash the strawberries with a blender. Heat them in a pan shortly until the mixture boils and take it off the heat.
- Squeeze the water from the gelatin sheets and stir them into the strawberry mixture.
- Add this mixture to the quark mixture and stir together.
- Put the quark mixture on top of the bottom and put the cake in the fridge for at least 3 hours to set.
Strawberries are limited low FODMAP up to 65 gram per serving. But because the entire cheesecake only contains 125 g strawberries, you can eat several slices without problems.
- Prep Time: 30 min
- Category: Healthy snacks
- Method: No-bake
- Cuisine: Dutch
- Calories: 164
- Fat: 4
- Carbohydrates: 19
- Fiber: 2
- Protein: 12
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