No-bake mini blueberry cheesecakes

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“As a vegetarian, I do not eat gelatin, which unfortunately is a must-have ingredient in most no-bake cheesecakes. So I played around a little and finally came up with the alternative recipe. The outcome was so great that I had to share it with you! Want to see your own recipe published on Kitchen Stories? Send it to community@kitchenstories.com!”

Difficulty

Medium 👍
60
min.
Preparation
0
min.
Baking
780
min.
Resting

Ingredients

Servings:-6+
500 g blueberries
250 g mascarpone cheese
500 g quark
180 g oatmeal cookies
80 g butter
150 g confectioner’s sugar
2 packets vanilla sugar
lemon
150 ml water
3 packets vegetarian gelling agent
200 ml heavy cream (divided)
Metric
Imperial

Utensils

  • dessert rings
  • bowl
  • rubber spatula
  • 3 bowls
  • whisk
  • blender
  • measuring cup
  • pot
  • citrus press
  • 3 small bowls
  • hand mixer with beaters

Nutrition per serving

Cal
715
Protein
18g
Fat
46g
Carb
54g

Step 1/4

Crumble the oatmeal cookies and mix with melted butter until the mixture becomes easily malleable. Add some milk if necessary. Distribute the cookie base evenly among the dessert rings and press down firmly. Transfer them to the fridge to set.
  • 180 oatmeal cookies
  • 80 butter
  • dessert rings
  • bowl
  • rubber spatula

Crumble the oatmeal cookies and mix with melted butter until the mixture becomes easily malleable. Add some milk if necessary. Distribute the cookie base evenly among the dessert rings and press down firmly. Transfer them to the fridge to set.

Step 2/4

Whip quark in a bowl. Add blueberries to a blender and put some aside for garnish. Purée until smooth. Add mascarpone cheese, confectioner’s sugar, and vanilla sugar to the bowl and stir until creamy. Divide the mixture into three portions with the ratio 3:2:1. Add the largest portion to a bowl and set aside. Mix the smallest portion with two thirds of pureed blueberries and the middle-sized portion with one third of the pureed blueberries to create a lighter violet-colored mixture.
  • 500 quark
  • 500 blueberries
  • 250 mascarpone cheese
  • 150 confectioner’s sugar
  • 2 packets vanilla sugar
  • 3 bowls
  • whisk
  • blender

Whip quark in a bowl. Add blueberries to a blender and put some aside for garnish. Purée until smooth. Add mascarpone cheese, confectioner’s sugar, and vanilla sugar to the bowl and stir until creamy. Divide the mixture into three portions with the ratio 3:2:1. Add the largest portion to a bowl and set aside. Mix the smallest portion with two thirds of pureed blueberries and the middle-sized portion with one third of the pureed blueberries to create a lighter violet-colored mixture.

Step 3/4

Whip heavy cream in a bowl. Squeeze the lemon into a measuring cup and add the water. Pour one third of the lemon mixture into a pot. Stir in one of the vegetarian gelling agents and, according to package instructions, bring to a boil while stirring. Stir quickly into the darkest mixture, fold in one third of the whipped cream, stir well, and evenly spread the mixture among the 6 dessert rings. Transfer to the fridge for approx. 30 min.
  • 1 lemon
  • 150 ml water
  • 3 tbsp heavy cream
  • 3 packets vegetarian gelling agent
  • measuring cup
  • pot
  • bowl
  • citrus press
  • 3 small bowls
  • hand mixer with beaters

Whip heavy cream in a bowl. Squeeze the lemon into a measuring cup and add the water. Pour one third of the lemon mixture into a pot. Stir in one of the vegetarian gelling agents and, according to package instructions, bring to a boil while stirring. Stir quickly into the darkest mixture, fold in one third of the whipped cream, stir well, and evenly spread the mixture among the 6 dessert rings. Transfer to the fridge for approx. 30 min.

Step 4/4

Repeat this process for the remaining light violet-colored mixture and the white mixture. Allow each layer to cool well, and transfer the cheesecakes to the fridge overnight. To serve, gently remove the dessert rings and decorate with fresh blueberries. Enjoy!

Repeat this process for the remaining light violet-colored mixture and the white mixture. Allow each layer to cool well, and transfer the cheesecakes to the fridge overnight. To serve, gently remove the dessert rings and decorate with fresh blueberries. Enjoy!