Viral TikTok Overnight Weetabix Cheesecake
Another TikTok sensation to add to your collection of recipes, this viral Weetabix cheesecake is creamy, delicious, and simple as anything to make!
You’ve probably heard of overnight oats by now, but have you heard of overnight Weetabix? This delicious and simple recipe has Tiktokers everywhere trying as many variations as possible, and the trend seems unlikely to die down anytime soon! The #overnightweetbix tag on TikTok has had over 34.6M views so far, so let’s hop on and make some yummy breakfast!
The ‘protein Weetabix cheesecake’ as it’s known on TikTok is super customisable and tasty. You won’t need any fancy equipment or ingredients, and this recipe is no-bake, meaning all that you will really need is a fridge! Our version uses 7 simple ingredients and needs under 10 minutes of prep. This recipe uses maple syrup, making it refined sugar-free. We’ve also made it vegan using our favourite dairy alternatives, while still keeping that dessert for breakfast feel. Have your cake and eat it too! Are you ready to get cooking?
Base ingredients for the Weetabix cheesecake
To get started with making this dish, you will need only 2 base ingredients:
Weetabix forms the base of the dish. You’ll layer your delicious, creamy cheesecake atop the Weetabix crust.
The version currently taking TikTok by storm features yoghurt and protein powder as the base for the creamy cheesecake filling. We omitted the protein powder and included vegan-friendly cream cheese instead, but you can always sub in extra full-fat yoghurt if you don’t have cream cheese.
This recipe really couldn’t be simpler or more customisable! Feel free to play around with the toppings and flavours. If you try this recipe, let us know how it goes! Leave a comment, rate it, and don’t forget to tag your photo #theculinarycartel on Instagram so we can see what you come up with. You can also view the video here. Happy cooking!.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this vegan?
This recipe is vegan friendly! Enjoy
Can I make this with non-vegan/dairy alternatives?
Yes! Sub out the vegan ingredients for honey, full-cream greek yoghurt and cream cheese.