This easy vegan no-bake Matcha Cheesecake Custard Pie with crispy Chocolate Oreo Tart Crust comes together in only 15 minutes, using simple ingredients! The recipe is very versatile, and can be made with green tea or other superfood flavors and cookies!
Matcha Oreo Cheesecake Tart with Superfoods Recipe
Superfood powders like Matcha are not only healthy and powerful but also very versatile! And because Halloween is around the corner, I came up with the idea to make a stunning green tea no-bake Oreo Tart with Matcha. I hope you like it as much as I do!
Have you ever tried any superfood powders? I personally love using them as a natural food coloring for desserts because they often have a super impressive intense color. But did you know that superfood powders are also very rich in nutrients and vitamins? So maybe we should use them more often in our diet! Whether in a dessert like this Matcha Cheesecake Tart Pie or for breakfast as a chia pudding or in another healthy meal. There are so many ways how to use and eat superfoods!
What are superfoods?
Superfoods are basically any foods that are super rich in nutrients and vitamins so eating more of them provides health benefits! Anyway, not only green smoothie or fruit powders or exotic açaí or goji berries are superfoods, but also chia seeds and blueberries are one of them!
Anyway, you must also keep in mind that fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs contain more water than dried berries or extracted powders. So if using fresh you’ll need more to get the same effect or color as from powders.
Use your favorite superfood color!
You can use your favorite green tea matcha or superfood powder to make this simple Cheesecake Oreo Tart recipe! However, also another superfood powder like blue spirulina, pink pitaya, red goji, purple açaí or brown Maca would be a great choice! There are so many colorful powders so feel free to be creative and use your favorite color and flavor!
Simple no-bake Oreo Matcha Cheesecake Tart
Since Superfood powders are often very heat sensitive, I suggest using them preferably for “raw vegan desserts”. Anyway, this chocolate Oreo cookie tart is a no-bake cheesecake recipe is, so the vitamins won’t be destroyed from baking heat.
Can I use other cookies for the chocolate crust?
If you do not want to make the pie crust with oreo cookies you can use other vegan sandwich cookies or regular chocolate or vanilla cookies! Just make sure to adjust the amount of vegan butter as mentioned in this recipe if using cookies without a cream filling.
This vegan Oreo Chocolate Matcha Cheesecake Tart is:
- Super quick & easy!
- Requires no baking
- Can be made with any superfood powders
- Combines chocolate cookies and green tea into one pie!
- The Perfect Halloween Recipe!
More simple no-bake cheesecake, oreo tart or pie recipes to try
- Chocolate Mousse Pie
- No-bake Mango Cheesecake Pie
- Vanilla Custard Tart
- Chocolate Cream Pie
- Summer Fruit Tart
- Blackberry Mousse Tarte
- Mini Tarts with Avocado Chocolate Pudding
If you try this vegan no-bake Matcha Cheesecake Oreo Tart Recipe, please leave me a comment and rating below! And if you take a photo of your green tea chocolate Pie and share it on Instagram, please make sure to tag me @biancazapatka and use the hashtag #biancazapatka because I love seeing your remakes! Enjoy!
Matcha Cheesecake Oreo Tart
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- 9,2 oz Oreo Cookies 260g, or other cookies *see recipe notes
- 5 tbsp vegan butter 70g, melted
- Add the cookies with cream filling into a food processor or blender and crush until finely ground *see photos in this post. (Alternatively, add the cookies into a freezer bag and roll over it using a rolling pin.)
- Transfer the cookie crumbs to a medium bowl, add melted vegan butter, and mix until crumbs are evenly moistened. Press the mixture onto the bottom and up the sides of an 8-inch (20cm) pie or deep tart pan with removable bottom. Place in the freezer for 10 minutes (or in the fridge for 20 minutes) to firm up while you make the filling. (For a crispier result, you can also bake the crust *see recipe notes).
- In a small saucepan, stir the agar-agar into 1/2 cup of coconut milk, bring to a boil and cook for 2 minutes while stirring constantly (or cook according to packaging instructions). Then remove from the heat and allow to cool slightly (but please do not cool too much or it starts to gel!).
- In a mixing bowl, add the remaining coconut milk, soy quark, coconut sugar, vanilla, and superfood powder. Beat with an electric hand mixer until super creamy. Then immediately stir in the agar-agar mixture until combined. Fill the mixture into your prepared pie crust, smoothing out evenly. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours or overnight until the filling has set.
- Decorate your tart before serving or enjoy how it is!
- To make a crispier crust, bake it in a 350°F (175°C) preheated oven for 5-6 minutes, then let cool completely before adding the filling.
- If you want to use other vegan cookies for the crust, make sure to check out this recipe.
- If you can’t find soy quark (this is basically thick and creamy vegan yogurt), check out this blog post about how to drain yogurt at home. Alternatively, you could substitute another thick and creamy yogurt such as full-fat coconut yogurt.
- Please make sure to use 100% agar-agar powder (no flakes), or you may need more.
- If making this pie non-vegan, you can substitute soy quark with greek yogurt and full-fat coconut milk with regular heavy whipping cream. If using powdered gelatin (no soaking or cooking required) instead of agar-agar, you can skip step 1 of the cheesecake Instruction. Just blend all the ingredients for the cheesecake filling until creamy, adding 1,5 tbsp powdered gelatin while you mix.
- I used 2 tsp green superfood powder + 1 tsp matcha for more intense color but you can use any green or fruit/berry powders.
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