Prebiotic oatcakes (ginger flavour if you can find them) make the perfect base for a quick strawberry cheesecake bite.
Loaded with probiotic labneh cream cheese, topped with luscious ripe strawberries, add a few fresh mint leaves and pudding is served.
Labneh is a probiotic cream cheese made from strained greek yogurt and is simple to make at home using our easy labneh recipe. It’s packed full of beneficial bacteria to boost your microbiome. Stir in a drop of honey if you prefer a sweeter cheesecake.
You can substitute kefir quark (full of probiotics from the kefir) or cream cheese if you don’t have time to make labneh.
The oats in oatcakes are prebiotics – they act as fuel for your good gut bacteria.
Try this recipe for a quick dessert, breakfast or snack. You can double / triple the quantities as needed. This is a huge hit with adults & kids alike.
Probiotic : Labneh or Kefir Quark
Prebiotic : Oatcakes
Quick Strawberry Cheesecake Bites Recipe With Prebiotic Oatcakes And Probiotic Labneh Cream Cheese
Yield 1 helping
For 3 oatcake bites
- 3 tbsp labneh or other cream cheese
- honey to taste
- 3 ginger oatcakes
- 3 plump strawberries
- handful mint leaves
Stir honey (if using) into labneh.Slather labneh onto oatcakes.
Slice strawberries thickly & pile onto the labneh.Tear over some fresh mint leaves and eat straight away.
Courses dessert / treat
Cuisine high fibre / prebiotic / probiotic