Fitness Mini Cheesecake


Fitness Mini Cheesecake

Enjoy the little things in life? Try these irresistible mini Cheesecakes with fresh fruit, a crunchy FITNESS flake base and a creamy filling. It’s a mini moment of life’s pleasures. Perfect for Suhoor!

Preparation Time
15 min
Cooking Time
10 min
Cooling Time
2 h
Skill Level
Serving Size


50 g FITNESS® Original
20 g Brazil Nuts
1/2 Vanilla Stick
160 g Strained Cottage Cheese
20 g Sugar
1 Gelatin Sheet
10 Raspberries
1/2 Mango
2 tablespoon Lime Juice


  • Mix the crushed FITNESS® flakes with the crushed Brazil nuts. Place and press down at the bottom of 2 verrines.
  • Put the gelatin sheets in a bowl filled with cold water for 10 minutes.
  • In a pan over low heat, whisk the cottage cheese with sugar and vanilla until it becomes smooth.
  • Off the heat, add the wrung gelatin and mix well until it melts within the mixture.
  • Pour over the cereals crust.
  • Let rest in the fridge for 2 hours minimum.
  • Mix the mango with the lime juice. Depending on the mango ripeness, add agave syrup to sweeten if needed.
  • Upon serving, pour the mango mash over the cheesecakes, garnish with fresh raspberries and a few FITNESS® flakes before serving.

Fitness Mini Cheesecake

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    The bran’s the outer layer of the grain. It protects the seed and is rich in fiber. It’s used in whole grain flour, not white flour.

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