I can’t stop making cheesecakes at the moment and so another cheesecake flavour coming today, hope you’re not getting bored yet! This time I wanted to make something little different and fun and so I’ve created a domed Peach Cherry Cheesecake for you.
Peach and cherries make an amazing summer flavour combination and together with almond, sunflower seed, cinnamon and cardamom crust you have fabulous cake for summer parties or just a treat for you.
To make this cake I’ve used 900ml volume ceramic bowl, but I have to confess I didn’t have the easiest time removing it from the bowl. I’ve lined the bowl with cling film, but it wasn’t strong enough to pull the cake out so I’ve used a knife that I pierced into the center which helped me to pop the cake out.
Ideal would be to use a silicone mould, but it’s perfectly doable in a simple bowl too if you like to try. I’m thinking that it would be better using cling film and baking paper to create stronger lining for the cake to come out more easily. Alternatively you can always use a 6″ springform cake tin and make it as a classic cake. It just looks so cute so it’s definitely worth to try. Please do let me know your thoughts.
Put your own spin on this recipe and use your favorite summer fruit combination and play around with the crust. Looking forward to see your gorgeous creations :)
Recipe adapted from my Strawberry Basil Vegan Cheesecake.
Peach Cherry Cheesecake (raw, vegan, grain-free)
Peach cherry layer:
- 1 peach or nectarine
- 150g cherries (1 cup)
- 120g cashews, soaked for 4 hours or overnight (1 cup)
- ½ lemon, zest
- ½ lemon, juice
- 60ml maple syrup (1/4 cup)
- 1tsp vanilla
- 100g coconut butter (1/2 cup)
- 2tbsp coconut oil
- 60g almonds (1/2 cup)
- 70g sunflower seeds (1/2 cup)
- 1/4tsp cinnamon
- 1/4tsp cardamom
- pinch sea salt
- 5 medjool dates, pitted
- I've used 900ml volume medium bowl to make this cake, about 6 1/4" (16cm) across the top. The best would be to use a silicone form which makes it easier to remove the cake. Alternatively use 6" round cake tin and make it with the crust layer at the bottom.
- Peach cherry layer:
- In a double boiler gently melt coconut butter with coconut oil and set aside.
- Rinse the soaked cashews under running water and place into high speed blender. Add sliced peach, pitted cherries, lemon zest, juice, maple syrup and vanilla and blend until smooth. Slowly add melted coconut butter and blend until incorporated. Make sure the mixture is at room temperature before adding the coconut butter.
- Line your bowl with some baking paper and or cling film and pour the mixture in. Tap it couple of times on the counter to level the surface. Place into a freezer for about 2 hours or until set enough for the crust layer.
- Crust layer:
- Place almonds and sunflower seeds into a food processor and pulse few times until coarsely ground. Add cinnamon, cardamom, salt and pitted medjool dates and blend until the mixture comes together. You should have a sticky mix when pressed together.
- Spoon the crust mix onto the frozen peach cherry layer, spread evenly and press tightly down. Place back into freezer to set.
- Once set carefully remove from the bowl and place onto a serving dish. If you have problems removing it, leave it for little while on the counter top and then very carefully poke a sharp object into the centre to help to pop the cake out.
- Leave to slightly thaw before serving.
- Store in a fridge or freezer.
This looks so beautiful and sounds delicious!! Yum! Xxx
Thank you so much Teresa! xxx
So feminine and special! What a lovely way to treat your family to something beautiful and delicious. Thank you!
Thank you so much Jan for your kind comment! xx
Vera Khadjieva says
Amazin website, just opened up for my self today. Great job. But i have a question, if person is allergic to coconut, what i can use instead?
Thank you so much Vera! You could use some melted cacao butter instead of the coconut butter and oil.
Cathy Evans says
Hi, this looks lovely, but I don’t like cherries, would you recommend another fruit that could be used instead? Thank you
Hi Cathy, peach with raspberries would be lovely too. Hope you like it :)