Healthy version of Oats Cheese Cake made with Britannia Nutrichoice Oats Cookies and honey, which I learnt at Diabetic Food Trail Masterclass. It was so yummy yet healthy and that stole my heart and never wanted to wait for trying this recipe at home with my own twist. Here comes the recipe of oats cheese cake with my own twist and it taste as good as the original recipe and I must say this is an a awesome dessert or breakfast for the health conscious people who might be bored of eating that plain and tasteless food.. Seriously I can't believe that diabetic food also can be made so tasty until I attended this event. A big thanks to Ms.Seema Pinto and Mr.Manoj Pinto for coming up with this diabetic food trail and making those people happy who are banned to eat something sweet.. There are many more recipes coming up which I have learnt in the event.. People do try this healthy cheese cake you'll definitely fall in love as I have.
1 cup quicker oats
1/2 cup cream cheese
3/4 cup yogurt
1/2 cup milk
10 Britannia nutrichoice oats cookies
5 tbsp honey (add more if needed)
1/ 2 cup chopped dry fruits (almonds, cashew and pistachio)
1 tbsp strawberry compound.
In a mixing bowl, add oats, cream cheese, milk, yogurt and 2tbsp honey and give nice mix. Then cover the lid and refrigerate over night or atleast 4 to 5 hours.
Then finely grind the oats cookies and take it out to another mixing bowl, add the 3tbsp honey and make a crumble, (add more honey if needed, for me this much of honey was enough since we don't like much sweet)
Now take serving glass/bowl, add the cookies crumble down and make a base, then take out the overnight cream cheese mixture and add half of the dry fruits and give a quick mix. then pour the mix on top of the cookies base and garnish with strawberry compound and leftover dry fruits. Then put the glasses back to refrigerator for atleast 25 to 30 minutes to set.