Recipe Directions

1. Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor.

2. Transfer into a blender and blend until really creamy.

3. Place in a cake tin or small bowls and let them sit for a couple of hours.

Breezybree's Thoughts

By Breezybree

I don’t use a base for this cheesecake because I don’t tend to overdo it with the nuts, but you could easily make a base from another recipe.

Enjoy!

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Looks yummy!!!

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Ooh, pretty! Is it young coconut meat, or mature coconut?

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Wild Strawberry Cheesecake
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i think young coconut meat would be the best option for this. i made this tonight for dessert, and it was perfect except the blackberry seeds. if i had one suggestion for this recipe it would be to juice the blackberries instead of just blending them in whole. i think you would attain approximately the same results sans the nasty seeds.

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i think young coconut meat would be the best option for this. i made this tonight for dessert, and it was perfect except the blackberry seeds. if i had one suggestion for this recipe it would be to juice the blackberries instead of just blending them in whole. i think you would attain approximately the same results sans the nasty seeds.

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Looks yummy!!!

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