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3Jun, 24
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No Bake High Protein Cheesecake Cups

Imagine a cheesecake that’s not only delicious but also nourishing, with a big boost of protein to fuel your active lifestyle.

In just a few minutes, you can whip up these No-Bake High Protein Cheesecake Cups and indulge in a wholesome treat that will satisfy your sweet tooth and your fitness goals.

A FUN substitute for your regular ole’ protein shakes.

It’s a sweet treat that will make you feel like you’re enjoying a little cup of cheesecake (but with an added boost of protein and far less sugar).

I love including protein and healthy fat in our snacks, treats, and desserts because both protein and fat are very satisfying macronutrients. When we feel nicely satisfied, we’re less likely to overeat.

Make a batch and set it in the fridge for dessert tonight!

Our No Bake High Protein Cheesecake Cups make for an AWESOME after-school or after-workout treat too!

-> I used “Just Ingredients” protein powder in vanilla flavor for this recipe.

Why is the Just Ingredients Protein Powder & collagen our FAVORITE option?

The protein comes from 5 sources: 100% super high-quality grass-fed whey, pea protein, pumpkin seed, chia seeds and collagen.

There is a lot less whey compared to normal protein powders so it may be easier on the stomach than other protein powders!

• Free from sugar, gluten, artificial sweeteners or any artificial ingredients.
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Use this discount code: Crush

For a 10 percent discount on all Just Ingredients products, you’ll need this specific link AND the discount code.

⁉️What do YOU think about COTTAGE CHEESE?

It’s one of those “love it or hate it” kinds of foods.

It’s been up and down the food popularity scale … but it’s always held a top spot on many “healthy foods” lists.

It’s low in calories and fat, high in protein, packed with calcium, and full of nutrients. It’s also a solid source of vitamin B12, selenium, riboflavin, phosphorus, and folate.


Nearly 70% of the calories in cottage cheese come from the casein protein, which includes all of the essential amino acids the body needs for muscle growth & repair.

Plus, it’s slow to digest, so it can keep you feeling full for hours after you eat.

It’s also versatile – eaten alone, with fruit and nuts as a snack, or in recipes.

😊 Many varieties also contain gut-friendly probiotics. Be sure to check the label. My ABSOLUTE favorite brands are “Nancy’s Organic” and “Good Culture”.

👀 Other things to look for on the label: If possible, choose an organic brand from grass-fed cows, with few added ingredients.



🍯 The sweetness factor is such a PERSONAL preference, so please consider this when adding in raw honey, or maple syrup.

Depending on your taste, you may want a bit more or less.

4 servings


  • 2 cups fresh raspberries
  • 2 Tbsps chia seeds
  • 2 Tbsps raw honey
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 cups cottage cheese
  • 2 scoops vanilla protein powder
  • 2 scoops collagen
  • 1/4 cup smooth almond butter, peanut butter, cashew butter, or sunflower seed butter


Place your fresh raspberries in a shallow bowl or large plate then add the chia seeds.

Mash them together with a fork until it resembles a chunky sauce.

Allow it to sit while you prepare the cottage cheese. In a food processor or blender add your cottage cheese, honey, vanilla, protein powder, and collagen.

Blend until smooth.

To assemble your cups, add a layer of cheesecake mix followed by a layer of mashed raspberries and a small drizzle of nut butter as shown.

Repeat the layers equally one more time for each cup.

Refrigerate for 30 minutes prior to serving.

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