This special sauce was made for the True Food, Roasted Cauliflower dish and truly makes the dish. BUT it can also be used with other dishes just as well.
Mix it up and pour it over a loaded sweet potato, over some steamed broccoli for added flavor or drizzle over any animal protein.
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Two tips for you when making the sauce:
With a gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free chocolate and vanilla, cheesecake for me.
Sung to the tune of Santa Baby, in my best Eartha Kitt voice.
Okay, these were an absolute hit at Christmas Eve dessert table! Kids and adults alike loved them and no one seemed to care that they were missing the gluten, dairy and refined sugar typically found in regular cheesecake. Not to mention, they're vegan.
Yes it is possible to make a dessert that ALL your guests will enjoy no matter their dietary preferences!
Note: Map out your circles across the top of your chocolate layer. Save the scraps.
To make these Santa hat cheesecake bites you will need a chocolate cheesecake with a coconut pecan base (I made it in a springform pan but you might consider using parchment paper cupcake liners), vanilla creme cooled in plastic baggies for easy squeezing and strawberries. That's it!
A few notes to keep in...
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