Greek Yogurt Cheesecake with Apple Crumble and Caramel

Victoria Dwek Recipe By
  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h 20 m
  • Serves: 6
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The wholesome ingredients in this cheesecake (protein from Greek yogurt, along with oats and apples) will make you feel full...but there’s still ample sweetness too so no one will feel like they’ve missed out on dessert...and with only 15 calories per teaspoon, the caramel on top is an apt finishing touch to a satisfying and guilt-free indulgence. -V.

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Ingredients (16)

Cheesecake

Oat and Apple Crumble

Low-Fat Caramel (Optional)

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Make the Cheesecake

Yield: 8 servings (175 calories with 1 heaping teaspoon caramel) or 6 larger servings  (225 calories per serving with the caramel)

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

     

  2. In a blender, combine yogurt, eggs, sugar, and cornstarch. Blend until smooth. Pour into ramekins or mini Mason jars, filling a little more than halfway (the cheesecake will rise). Bake for 25 minutes.

  3. Refrigerate.

  4. Prepare the topping: In a baking dish, combine all crumble ingredients. Bake for 40 minutes. 

  5. Top cheesecake with crumble. 

Note:

You can serve this with cold cheesecake and warm crumble, or refrigerate the entire dessert and serve at room temperature.

For the Caramel (Optional)

  1. Boil sugar with water until the mixture is a golden color. 

  2. Lower heat and slowly whisk in milk, salt, and vanilla. Boil for one to two additional minutes to let mixture thicken. 

  3. Drizzle each cheesecake with one teaspoon caramel. 

Tip:

Store extra caramel in the refrigerator for another use. You can use it instead of sugar in your morning latte for the same calories.

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  • Karen Poll

    Greek Yogurt Cheesecake with Apple Crumble and Caramel

    Yogurt fat content

    Can non-fat yogurt be used? I would also like to know what kind of jars can be put in the oven. Yours are so pretty!
    Posted by Kpoll |May 26, 2017
    Replies:
    Victoria Dwek
    Yes, of course, I always use nonfat yogurt. Those are little Mason jars, the smallest size! They're widely available and very versatile.
    Posted by VictoriaDwek|May 26, 2017
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  • Yocheved

    Greek Yogurt Cheesecake with Apple Crumble and Caramel

    Jars

    Hi where can I buy such jars to make these cheesecakes ?
    Posted by Yocheved k |May 25, 2017
    Replies:
    Victoria Dwek
    I get my Mason jars at Wegmans, but they should be widely available. Perhaps Walmart, or craft stores like Michaels or AC Moore...etc. I find that they're more expensive online because they're likely heavy to ship. (The little ones should be $8-$9 for a dozen)
    Posted by VictoriaDwek|May 26, 2017
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  • Dina Lancer

    Greek Yogurt Cheesecake with Apple Crumble and Caramel

    Pan

    Can this be made in a pan instead of ramekins? What size pan does it fit? How long should it be cooked for? Thanks
    Posted by Dina814 |May 25, 2017
    Replies:
    Victoria Dwek
    Yes, that's not a prob. The recipe will fill a standard pie pan (I use the same batter in a graham cracker pie crust as noted).
    Posted by VictoriaDwek|May 26, 2017
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