Celebrate National Blueberry Cheesecake Day (aka the day that two of the calendar’s favorite foods come together in a perfectly sweet harmony) the vegan way! You will definitely find something that hits the spot on our list of mostly gluten-free, sometimes raw, sometimes baked, but always delicious vegan blueberry cheesecake recipes. Enjoy!
No-bake Blueberry Cheesecake Recipes
Layers of blueberry lavender and cashew cream cheese on top of an oaty-almond base sounds like a perfectly refreshing way to kick off today’s list (and to enjoy this spring, because it’s so easy to slice up and share!).
This “carnivore-approved” cheesecake is smooth, creamy, has rich layered flavor (from almonds and dates in the base to coconut, cashew, and berries in the filling), and, of course, it’s all vegan!
This refined sugar-free cheesecake is surprisingly uncomplicated to make, with its almond base, cashew yogurt filling, and blueberry topping stabilized with agar-agar complementing each other perfectly both in terms of taste and texture.
No-bake vegan cheesecake recipes are all about the layers. This one, in particular, combines creaminess, sweetness, and tanginess with its blueberry and mango layers on top of a macadamia base. Save some for us!
These raw vegan bites of goodness are creamy, sweet, fruity, nutty and so easy to make! Keep them in the freezer for a refreshing, delicious after-lunch snack.
This raw vegan cheesecake has a nuanced base (with coconut, sunflower seeds, and cacao powder on top of the usual nuts & dates), as well as a white chocolate layer made of cashew, coconuts, and cacao butter.
Perfectly shareable, beautifully colored, refined sugar-free, this raw cheesecake recipe only takes 20 minutes to make and is an absolute treat!
Baked Blueberry Cheesecake Recipes
Buttery vegan cookie crust, creamy vanilla cheesecake layer, topped with homemade blueberry compote – sounds like a perfect recipe for a special day.
Make this delicious blueberry cheesecake with cashew-based filling into a standard pie or a host of mini pies, for easier sharing! And there is very little baking involved – crust only.
Fulfill your cottagecore dreams with this gorgeous rustic vegan cheesecake. It has shortcrust pastry as a base and silken tofu-based filling, with fresh blueberries and a sprinkle of sugar as a topping.
If you’re craving New York-style cheesecake, this recipe might be perfect for you! It has a buttery biscuit base (which can be made gluten-free if using GF biscuits), creamy vanilla, and blueberry swirl cheesecake filling topped with blueberry compote. Yum!
Dense, smooth, creamy – this vegan cheesecake checks off all the boxes! Topped with refreshing blueberry compote, it won’t get old any time soon.
Do you have fresh or frozen berries on hand? Doesn’t matter, either will work perfectly in this baked cheesecake! Although keep in mind that the frozen berries will give it a rich purple color.
Article by Anna Kot.