Healthy Raspberry Cheesecake
This one is not only free of sugars, but free of any sweeteners. I didn’t even use honey! The raspberries are already sweet enough!
Ingredients (for a small pie shape):
20 mixed nuts
300gr Greek yogurt 0%fat
2 gelatin sheets
Mix the dates, oatmeal and nuts in a food processor until they’re finely chopped and mixed together. Put the mixture for the bottom in the small pie plate.
Put the gelatin sheets in cold water for a couple of minutes. Squeeze the water out. Warm up two tablespoons of yogurt in a small pan and add the gelatin sheets. Mix the gelatin mixture with the yogurt. Set a couple of raspberries aside for decoration and mix the rest in a food processor. Soon the raspberries in the yogurt mix and put the cheesecake in the freezer or fridge to stiffen.
Raspberries have a low carbohydrate content and a high percentage of fiber, which makes them a great choice for those who are careful about their sugar intake and want nutritious food.
Raise blood sugar very slightly, which means they have a very low glycemic index.These properties are due primarily to the antioxidant composition of raspberries which can suppress inflammatory processes in blood vessels and thus prevent high blood pressure and the accumulation of plaque in blood vessels.
Raspberries are full of antioxidants that are actively involved in the fight against cancer. They contain 10 times higher concentration of antioxidants than tomatoes.
Studies show that raspberry phytonutrients play an important role in reducing oxidative stress and inflammatory processes in the body.