Strawberry cheesecakes

Strawberry cheesecakes

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(98 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins


Serves 4
This speedy, low-fat recipe means you can enjoy creamy cheesecake without the guilt

Nutrition and extra info


  • kcal263
  • fat6g
  • saturates3g
  • carbs43g
  • sugars31g
  • fibre1g
  • protein12g
  • salt0.93g
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  • 85g low-fat biscuit (we used WeightWatchers ginger biscuits)
  • 200g tub extra-light soft cheese
  • 200g tub 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • 4 tbsp caster sugar
  • few drops vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp good-quality strawberry jam
  • 100g strawberry, hulled and sliced



    Once available in Britain for just a brief period during the summer, strawberries are now a year…


  1. Put the biscuits in a plastic bag and bash with a rolling pin until you have chunky crumbs. Divide between 4 glasses or small bowls.

  2. Beat the soft cheese, yogurt, sugar and vanilla together until smooth, then spoon over the crumbs and chill until you are ready to serve.

  3. Stir the jam in a bowl until loose, then gently stir in the strawberries. Divide the strawberries between the cheesecakes and serve.

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8th Aug, 2012
Have made this several times as a quick dinner party dessert and each time they have gone down a storm! And great as they can be made ahead of time.
25th Jul, 2012
This saved me last night when my pavlovas stuck to the foil! I whipped it up in minutes and they looked amazing served in martini glasses. Ok, I admit I didn't make the low fat version, instead using low fat cream cheese and whipping cream. It went down a storm though!
21st Jul, 2012
We love this dessert. So easy to make. I use Light Digestives for the base layer. Then have used either Greek 0 fat yoghurt or home made 0 fat strawberry yoghurt mixed with the low fat soft cheese. If using the Greek then I do add vanilla extract if using the strawberry I don't. I don't add any caster sugar at all as it is sweet enough for us all without it. For the strawberry topping I use fresh strawberries and add a dash of balsamic vinegar and a twist of black pepper. I prepare this and leave in the fridge until just before serving then add the jam to the strawberry mix and top off the dessert.
17th Jun, 2012
Used amaretti biscuits instead of ginger nuts and mascarpone instead of soft cheese; not exactly low fat but tasted nice.
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2nd May, 2012
These are absolutely delicious and so easy. I added some grated lemon zest to the yoghurt, cream cheese mix - lovely. Will definetly make these again!
3rd Mar, 2012
Gorgeous !!! I doubled up the ingrediants and put in a tin and took it to work and it was demolished in no time !!!
26th Feb, 2012
Delicious! So simple and tasty.
19th Feb, 2012
Amazing! Best return for least effort Ive ever come across
16th Feb, 2012
Made this cheese cake for my partner and I on valentines day. We both loved it. My partner wiped the bowl clean. Very easy to make, used light digestives for the base and weight watchers jam for the topping. Still quite a calorific pudding but fat wise it's great. Will make again as a healthy treat. I may try it with less sugar next time or sweetener to cut the calories more.
13th Feb, 2012
I find 'low fat' recipes very interesting. Did you know that it is excess SUGAR which turns into body fat...not saturated fat. Also, polyunsaturated fat (veg oils) are burnt slower by the body, and too can become body fat. In fact the body has so much use for saturated fat (butter/lard/coconut oil) that you can rarely eat too much. For more info visit:


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