Monday, 26 October 2015

Frozen Mango Cheesecake!!

Who likes mango?

Who likes cheesecake?

Who likes the combination of both of these amazing things.... for breakfast?

If you answered no to any of these questions there is something seriously wrong with you try this recipe out just in case!!!
See? There's even a life quote written just for this!!

Now that we've straightened that out let's move onto the tastiest breakfast you will have all week! (unless you're like an amazing breakfast chef who makes the ultimate breakfast every single morning).

And yes, it may or may not feature mango... and some cheesecake-y flavours ;)

That's right! Right there is a picture of super creamy, fresh, sweet frozen mango 'cheesecake' atop a fudge-y oat base perfectly offsetting the refreshing mango and creating interesting contrasting textures for the mouth to experience.

Well that got weird quickly.

Anywho- what I'm trying to say (through my terrible food blogger description) is this creation is delicious and healthy enough for breakfast... on the daily... forever. (I seem to be on a bit of a cheesecake kick lately? Remember my choc cheesecake in a jar?

Filled with fruit, yoghurt, oats and healthy fats and yet you would question the health-i-ness of this recipe after your first bite!

Ok, I know, enough rambling right? Let's just move right onto the RECIPEEE!

Frozen Mango Cheese-cake!

3/4 cup rolled oats
1 heaped tablespoon oat bran
1 teaspoon chia seeds
2 tablespoons coconut butter
3 tablespoons almond milk (or any milk)
1 chopped, frozen banana
1 cup chopped, frozen mango
3/4 cup greek yoghurt

1. Place the rolled oats, oat bran and chia seeds in a bowl. Stir to combine:
2. Place the coconut butter and almond milk in a small bowl and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds or until melted and smooth:

3. Add the coconut butter mixture to the oats and stir to combine:
4. Place the oat mixture into a small bowl and press down to form a base:

5. Place bowl in freezer
6. Meanwhile put the banana, mango and greek yoghurt in a food processor and process until smooth:

7. Retrieve your base from the freezer and top with 'mango cheesecake'

8. Flatten the top to make an even covering, wrap in glad wrap and pop back in the freezer for at least 4 hours, preferably over night (make night before for breakfast!)

9. When it is time to eat your creation, remove glad wrap and enjoy!!! (maybe leave in the fridge for 20-30 mins before hand to soften up a bit if you prefer a softer texture)

Et Voila!
 Creamy, coconutt-y, delicious!
 Definitely a breakfast to remember!
 And I'm not going to lie- I found it quite hard tog et through all this, which is strange because it's a normal amount of breakfast for me? It must have been all the chewing/ melting in my mouth (took me a good 15-20 mins to eat!)
 And eat I did!

Your turn:
Are you a cheesecake fan?
What is your favourite cheesecake flavour? 
Do you like sweet, cold and melty things for breakfast? I know I do!!

That's it from me today folks. I hope you all have a lovely day, smile lots and eat something delicious! Bye for now!! :D

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