Raw Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

Raw Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

mmmm…MoNdAy MuNcHiEs! 🙂

Raw Strawberry Cheesecake Bites


We have a thing on set called “crafty” or I guess the more formal name for it would be “craft services.” And if you’ve ever been on a movie set, you’ll learn quickly just exactly what it is. 🙂

Okay, I won’t leave you hanging, It is…a never ending world of snacks for everyone on set. The thinking behind it originally was that productions could get more mileage and hours out of cast & crew if they fed them.

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I like to think of those snacks as the fuel that we need to keep us going. If we don’t look at it that way, we could easily snack on not-so-good things and find our bodies crashing instead. So to me, it’s vital to have healthy snacks on set, otherwise our work tends to lag as we tire and our energy becomes sapped.

But I don’t do crafty and don’t have any desire to, so I’m grateful for those who do, and especially when they get the vision and provide us great healthy snacks.

So this is a crafty snack that was inspired on a recent commercial shoot we both worked on. The crafty girl made them with cheesecake (with dairy, sugar, and who knows what else) and the entire crew went crazy. We never tried them, but didn’t forget them either. In fact I looked them over and decided then and there that I would put together another version that would be healthy, I mean why waste all of those luscious strawberries on anything less than healthy?!

NOTE: If you have nut allergies, you could replace the cashews in this with young coconut meat or sunflower seeds and get awesome results as well!

AND btw, we’ve got some super amazing news! If you are re-doing your pantry and wanting GREAT DEALS on quality organic ingredients, you’re going to love our latest ORGANIC MARKET that we’ve partnered up with to give you amazing quality for a steal! Better than anywhere else we’ve seen, amazon included, and everything they sell is FRESH!  Yep, time to celebrate, and let’s go:


3-4 cups fresh organic strawberries
1 cup raw cashews (+a few extras to crumble onto the top of the finished berries)
1/4 cup lemon juice (plus a little more, if it needs to be thinned)
1/4 cup raw honey
1/4 cup coconut oil
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

  1. Rinse and drain the strawberries
  2. Using a knife, cut out the stems, leaving a circular hole in the strawberries. Place them upright in a dish or pan.
  3. Place all remaining ingredients in a blender, and mix together well.
  4. Pour mixture into the strawberries
  5. Dust with crumbled cashews

And serve. The great thing about these cute little raw strawberry bites is that they not only make people feel special, they help to revive their energy, and help them to perform better. Store in the refrigerator.

Here are links to both of our cookbooks that we think you’ll LOVE!

“Raw Beauty, Smoothies, Shakes & Creamies”

“Beauty Bite Desserts”


Raw Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

Go enjoy them, share them, and let us know how they worked out for youwe LOVE getting your comments!


Laurie & TIffany

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5 replies
  1. Joy
    Joy says:

    Oh my goodness, these are delicious! I made the cashew cream, and it’s in the fridge, waiting to be slathered on the berries tomorrow for Easter! Thank you so much Laurie for all your greats tips and recipes. Everything I’ve made from your videos and blogs has been fantastic. Especially love your deodorant recipe, I’ve been using it for over a year now! Totally enjoy watching you and Tiffany share your knowledge!
    Keep smiling:)

    • Fun Natural Tips!
      Fun Natural Tips! says:

      Thanks so much Joy, they are yummy aren’t they?!! And the fun thing is they are so easy too! And thanks for your input on our deodorant recipe, that’s great to hear 🙂 Thanks for being so awesome!!! 🙂 xo

    • Fun Natural Tips!
      Fun Natural Tips! says:

      Oops, we have a ? for you–we had some trouble with our site and our comments went down too. So we’ve made some tweaks, but we’re just curious, was it very easy/difficult to leave a comment? If you get a sec, we’d love your feedback. Thanks so much!!! xoxo

      • Joy
        Joy says:

        Oops, just now saw this…I actually couldn’t see the text box to leave a comment, so I just tapped where it “should” have been and it worked! I was surprised!
        (Using an ipad)

        • Laurie
          Laurie says:

          Sorry it’s a little light to see, it’s part of our new template and we can’f find a way to make it more visible, but I’m glad you figured it out, keep in touch, we love your comments!! 🙂


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