Chocolate Mint Meltaway Cheesecake This really does taste like the Fannie May Mint Meltaway Candies that I used to love...but without the sugar low that follows. I used to make a crust for it but my kids and I just wanted the yummy, creamy goodness in the center so I started lining the pan with wax paper to help...

Recipe Directions

Put everything except the cacao powder into the vitamix and blend until really smooth (key to get the texture right), adding more water if needed. Add the cacao powder and blend until incorporated. I need to use the plunger attachment that comes with the vitamix to work the cacao powder in. You could always pour the batter into a large bowl and mix the cacao powder in by hand with a whisk.

Pour mixture into a 9 inch tart pan with removable bottom. Be sure to line the bottom of the pan with wax paper. Place in freezer for 3 hours. Separate sides of tart pan from bottom and store cheesecake in refrigerator.

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Chocolate Mint Meltaway Cheesecake

This really does taste like the Fannie May Mint Meltaway Candies that I used to love...but without the sugar low that follows. I used to make a crust for it but my kids and I just wanted the yummy, creamy goodness in the center so I started lining the pan with wax paper to help with serving.

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I think if you used all coconut oil it would work just fine. Enjoy!

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My recipe for mint chocolate cheescake is practically the same !

i made this recipe a couple weeks ago for my non raw friends and they loved it

Thanks for sharing your version!

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Oh wow, this sounds lovely. I've always loved mint chocolate the most.

I don't have any cacao butter but guessing it would proably still work without it?

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