Healthy Desserts for the Festive Season
Mini Berry Cheesecake
We all love cheesecake, and even if you don't like cheese, you will like this mini berry cheesecake because there is absolutely no cheese. It's packed full of healthy ingredients and is really good. Plus, it's mini, making it perfect for your party or gathering. Let's start by constructing the crust. You'll need 1 cup of pitted dates and quarter cup of peanut butter. Soak the dates overnight and then process them in a food processor along with the peanut butter. This will create a nice and smooth texture for the crust. Place the crust mixture into a silicone muffin tray and freeze it. In the meantime, let's move on to making the cheesecake. You'll need 1 cup of soaked cashew nuts, melted coconut oil, lemon juice, honey, and vanilla extract. Blend all these ingredients in a food processor to create a white creamy texture. Remove the muffin tray from the freezer and top it up with the cheesecake mixture. Place it back in the freezer. For the mixed berries sauce, you'll need thawed and mashed frozen berries and honey. Mix these ingredients together and cool it down. Add the sauce as the final layer to the cheesecake and freeze it for four to six hours or overnight. Enjoy this mini berry cheesecake that is packed full of good calories from nuts, coconut milk, and honey.
Chocolate Fudge Mousse
A dessert menu is never complete without chocolate. This chocolate fudge mousse is absolutely delicious and will make you feel guilty yet satisfied at the same time. To make the chocolate mousse, you'll need silken tofu, dark chocolate, and milk. Melt the dark chocolate using a double boiler and then blend it with the silken tofu. If the mixture is too thick, you can add a splash of milk to thin it out. Pour the mixture into small dessert glasses and refrigerate for four to six hours or overnight. For the chocolate fudge, take the crust mixture that was set aside earlier, slice it into small nuts, and use it as a topping for the chocolate mousse. Each serving of this chocolate fudge mousse has 168. 7 calories and is perfect for indulging in during the festive season.
Boober ChaCha is a Malaysian favorite dessert made with healthy ingredients such as pumpkins, sweet potatoes, ginger, and coconut milk. To make Boober ChaCha, boil sliced pumpkin and sweet potato until tender. In a separate pot, dissolve Chinese brown sugar bar and crushed ginger in water. Add tapioca pearls and simmer for 10 minutes. Finally, add coconut milk and simmer for another 10 minutes. Serve Boober ChaCha hot or cold. Each serving of Boober ChaCha has 194. 3 calories and is a comforting dessert for the festive season.