Japanese Green Tea Cheesecake Delicious Dessert In Under 30 Minutes!

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Japanese Green Tea Cheesecake

Japanese Green Tea Cheesecake Delicious Dessert In Under 30 Minutes!

Oh yeah! Grandma Juice totally is going there! DESSERT! We had a version of this Green Tea Cheesecake last weekend at a really nice little Sushi place in Bakersfield, CA. I know, Bakersfield and Sushi really don’t belong together in the same sentence, but it totally happened! However, they had a caramel type sauce drizzled over and topped with pecans. I didn’t really dig that. So… I changed it, of course. I also swapped out regular cream cheese for fat free so I can handle my less than girlish figure. Feel free to swap it back in if your girlish figure is still rockin’. It’s very easy, takes 30 minutes or less, and was seriously to die for! Try it!

Ingredients:

  • (2) 8oz Packages of Fat-Free Cream Cheese (softened)
  • 2 Eggs (beaten)
  • 3/4 Cup White Sugar
  • 1 TBSP Green Tea Powder (find in health food stores & online)
  • 2 TSP Vanilla (extract is ok to substitute)
  • 1 9 Inch Prepared Graham Cracker Pie Crust

Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and sugar together with hand or stand mixer until it turns smooth. (stand is way easier!)
  • In the same bowl, mix in green tea powder, eggs, and vanilla (or extract) until light and creamy.
  • Pour mix into the prepared graham cracker pie crust. (lick the bowl and utensils when done, it’s tasty!)
  • Bake in preheated oven for 25 minutes. You’ll know it’s done when the center jiggles evenly when the cake is shaken lightly. (do NOT shake vigorously, that’s just playing)
  • Refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving. (over night is best, but if you have no self control, at least wait 1 hour so it’s chilled)
  • EAT! ENJOY!

Told you it was quick and easy! What would you serve for dinner with this delicious dessert?

(Nope, not my photo, totally wish I could snap like that!)

Comments

  1. I have family in Bakersfield and no, you don’t think sushi 🙂

  2. Not sure about the green color but I’m sure it is delicious.

  3. This looks amazing! I wonder if I could get my boyfriend to try this… Thanks for sharing!

  4. Wow, that sounds interesting. My husband used to live in Japan and likes good sushi.

  5. Looks and sounds so yummy!

  6. Prepared= Prebaked?

  7. This looks so yummy!

  8. Interesting! I’m going to add this to my recipes to try list. Thanks for sharing!

  9. That looks fantastic!! Pinning this!! I’ve been to Japan twice and LOVE anything green tea! I would LOVE this!!

  10. I never would have thought of that. It would be great for someone who loves green on their birthday!!

  11. I had to take a double look at the ingredients – all that green from 1 tbls of green tea powder?!? Wow, that must be some powerful stuff!

  12. Brilliant recipe! It was an instant hit on RecipeNewZ and as such it’s now featured on our “hall of fame” Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/RecipeNewZ
    Congrats!

  13. wow this is something I would never have thought to put together. thanks for stopping by Friday Food Frenzy, hope to see you next week!!

  14. i need to know WHAT you put on top of this cheesecake!!! it looks like you made it in a springform pan – perhaps you doubled this recipe – but what did you put on top? sour cream and then some sort of frosting? do you have a recipe for the frosting? then some kind of sprinkles? i need to know how to make it just like this pic!!! thanks, it looks amazing.

  15. I just finished making it and it’s in the oven now. I made a slight change to the recipe, instead of green tea we used the chronic, wink wink! Will eat tmr

  16. I’m going to make this today! The picture doesn’t look like what the recipe describes… It looks as if it has a layer of icing??

  17. how do you do the frosting/ganache of the cake? it looks like a really nice layer of green tea coating

  18. Holaaaaa, por favor alguien puede traducir la receta al castellano (español)? ??,

  19. Is it frosted and covered in fondant?

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