This 4-ingredient delicious mango cheesecake bites recipe is a fantastic party snack idea! It’s not only super quick and easy to make, but also quite healthy.
This no bake mango cheesecake bites recipe is a ‘happy’ snack, sure to brighten up even the gloomiest of days. It has a gorgeously sunny yellow colour, a deliciously creamy texture, and not too many calories. An ideal snack, really.
When it comes to making healthy dessert/energy bites recipes there is lots of room for creativity. The flavour combinations are practically inexhaustible so you can mix and match to suit your personal taste. The biggest trick is to get the texture right – it should be neither too soft nor too thick. The proportions I used produce a thick, rich mixture that’s easy to work with. You won’t need more than 5 minutes to create these cute no bake mini cheesecake bites (the mixture won’t stick to your hands if you sprinkle some water on them).
Another similar, quick and easy healthy treat you might like are these Prune, Nut and Chocolate Energy Balls. They are also gluten free and low in sugar.
Equipment you’ll need
- Kitchen scales
- Blender and spoon
- Bowl and spoon
- Large plate
No bake cheesecake bites with mango
I used ‘baked‘ mangoes in this cheesecake bites recipe, though I seem to remember buying ‘dried‘ mangoes in the past. So not sure if it’s the same product (they look the same to me) and whether ‘baked’ is just a new, trendy way of referring to dried mangoes. Anyway, the mangoes need to be basically dehydrated so either baked and dried will do.
I am using only dried mangoes (not fresh) in this healthy cheesecake bites recipe. They contribute lots of mango flavour as well as produce the right consistency.
For the coating I used a mixture of chopped pistachios and almonds but you can use any nuts or seeds. I can’t think of any that wouldn’t work in this recipe.
Mango cheesecake bites
These simple mini mango cheesecake bites have no added sugar! There was no need to add any as mangoes are naturally quite sweet. (When you are buying your dried/baked mangoes look for a brand that has no added sugar). So this is a pretty healthy dessert which can also be enjoyed as a snack, sure to satisfy your sugar cravings.
If you like this recipes you might also like these healthy strawberry cheesecake bites with white chocolate.
Check out also this Vegan Mango Mousse with Sweet Potato, which is another mango dessert recipe without added sugar!
You might also like this collection of 27 everyday healthy cacao recipes.
KEEP IN TOUCH!
How have your mango cheesecake bites turned out for you? Let me know in the comments below, thanks!
No Bake Mango Cheesecake Bites (Healthy)
- 160 g dried mangoes
- 190 g cream cheese
- 120 g ground almonds/almond flour
- Crushed nuts/seeds of your choice for coating
- Place the mangoes in a blender and process until the mixture becomes crumbly with larger pieces visible. Add the cream cheese and the ground almonds and puree (you can do this in a bowl using a hand blender) until the mixture is smooth.
- Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Scatter the nut/seed mixture on a large plate and set aside.
- Remove the mixture from the fridge and form balls (if you sprinkle water on your hands the mixture won't stick to them) and roll in the nut/seed mixture. Yields approximately 14 balls.
- Keep in the fridge.
RECIPE LINK PARTIES
I am bringing this recipe to #CookBlogShare, which I have the pleasure of hosting this week!
I’ve also shared this recipe with Recipe of the Week and Recipe Redux. Also sharing with Fiesta Friday, co-hosted this week by Ai @ Ai Made It For You and Jhuls @ The Not So Creative Cook and Treat Petite.