Pumpkin Pie Cheesecakes by: kbsugarfree

You guys already will know that I am quite obsessed with putting veggies in my desserts and one of my favourites would have to be pumpkin – it’s just so versatile in both sweet and savoury dishes. The classic pumpkin pie is always something I’ve wanted to re-create too, because I just don’t think it should be limited to a) Christmas and b) a sugar, gluten and dairy filled option. 

Now, the recipe. Some particular ingredients worth noting:

  • Amazonia Slim & Tone RAW Protein (Vanilla & Cinnamon)Activated Almonds (2die4 Live Foods)
    • Not only does it add nutritional benefits, but it also adds a delicious, creamy flavour to these cheesecakes.
    • The Raw protein is devised from a formula including bio-fermented pea and brown rice protein which has undergone extensive research to deliver a product that is prebiotic, enhanced with living, raw enzymes, vegan, alkalising, certified organic and FREE from wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, GMOs and nuts. It has a complete amino acid complex, is gentle on the digestive system and the Raw devised formula ensures optimal absorption and bio-availability of the seriously important nutritional benefits!
    • HIGHLY recommended for vegans
    • These almonds undergo soaking process that deactivates phytates, followed by a long, slow dehydration that keeps the delicate nutrients intact, meaning, more flavour and nutrition. 

When making this cheesecake theres no tips or tricks, its simple steps because that’s how I know the majority of us cook (myself included).

NOTE though (and only because I hate starting a recipe and then finding this step half way through) you NEED to put the coconut cream and milk in the fridge 24HOURS prior to starting! That’s the only prep :)





  1. HOURS BEFORE: put coconut cream in the fridge to solidify the natural fats (and to get the creamy consistency)
  2. HOUR BEFORE: Steam pumpkin and allow to cool completely before using.
  1. Add all ingredients into a food processor.
  2. Line cup cake moulds with baking paper/cup cake liners.
  3. Press mixture into moulds and then place in the fridge/freezer to harden before adding the filling.
  1. Put all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend.
  2. Add the filling mixture to the moulds (after the bases have set) and return to the freezer.
  3. Topping
  4. Thinly slice pumpkin skins, place in a bowl and evenly cover with Rice Malt Syrup + a combination of ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon spices.
  5. Add coconut oil to the pan, allow to heat for about a minute and then add pumpkin skins to pan.
  6. Cook until starting to caramelise.
  7. Lastly add shredded coconut until coconut browns.
  8. Top cheesecakes once they have cooled, return to freezer until ready to serve!