Total Time
1hr 30mins
Prep 45 mins
Cook 45 mins

Found my basis for this off invinciblemuffin.org but have altered it some.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. Mix cream cheese up in blender/food processor til softening occurs.
  3. Add the sugar, lemon juice, salt, water and tofu.
  4. Blend until it seems thouroughly processed.
  5. Put into your graham cracker crust; to make own just put crackers in a ziploc and crunch up with hand/fist/rolling pin.
  6. Then put crumbs in bowl with the Earth Balance spread (or your choice vegan butter) and then put in pie tin to spread around to make crust.
  7. Spin it around a bit to even out the wrinkles on the top.
  8. Don't know if that matters but works for me.
  9. Bake for about 45 minutes until top gets golden-brown skin, but be sure to check often.
  10. Cool to room temp and refrigerate.
  11. Can decorate with your choice of berries, whipped cream or whatever you like.
  12. WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS: 62 in its entirety, if you make 8 servings, I round it from 7.
  13. 6 to 8 points per serving.

Reviews

Most Helpful

This was delicious! I make it into a white chocolate blueberry cheesecake with the following changes: 1) didn't use any tofu (none on hand) 2) used a pre-made graham cracker pie crust 3) melted some dairy-free white chocolate chips in soy milk over low heat for about a minute or two, then mixed it in with the mix 4) made a blueberry syrup by thawing some frozen blueberries and mixing them over medium heat with sugar and a bit of cornstarch until thickened- I then mixed in this after putting the cheesecake filling into the crust (I made some swirls- sorry no camera to give you a picture!) Thanks!

nazlee_t December 30, 2009

i used a drop of vanilla soy milk and a drop of extract topped it off with a cherry,i didnt tell my mom tofu was in it she ate one up,'only thing is the cream cheese fake stuff is soo expensive i could by a cheesecake for that price lol ;) ***plus what u can do is use muffin pans cut them in individual ones then make them in that like i did-denise

DeniseLev_Beginner Vegger December 17, 2005

I'm not sure where I went wrong with this one. Followed the recipe to the letter and when I attempted to bake it it simply bubbled up on top and never baked through. The inside remained completely raw even after 20 extra minutes in the oven. I was super excited to make this for Christmas and now I'm just super bummed.

Katie P. December 23, 2016

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