Maple Chai Deconstructed Mini Cheesecakes


Our lightly sweet, caramel-y, and creamy Maple Chai Deconstructed Mini Cheesecakes take only ten minutes to make, and will easily become a crowd favorite!

How to make deconstructed cheesecake?

  1. Add the graham cracker base... I used chocolate graham bunnies for the bottom layer to compliment the maple chai cheesecake flavor.
  2. Blend the cheesecake ingredients together until creamy, then evenly divide between the cups.
  3. Top with a drizzle of caramel and a dollop of whip cream.

Can I make no-bake cheesecake ahead of time?


In fact, I would even recommend making this in advance and placing in the fridge for at least 30 minutes prior to serving to help the flavors to blossom! However, keep in mind that the longer it sits in the fridge, the softer the graham "crust" will become.

Is cheesecake healthy?

Disclaimer: Please consult your doctor with any concerns. I am not a health professional.

Okay, here me out...

So, a typical slice of cheesecake can rack up about 250+ calories with 18 grams of fat. No regrets, right?

BUT, with these deconstructed mini cheesecakes, you're breaking up one slice into like 3-4 cups. PLUS, we are using Neufchâtel to reduce the excess fats AND our favorite unsweetened kept creamer from PICNIK (read more below). AND there is NO added sugars 🙌

What is PICNIK Creamer?

PICNIK offers a line a functional creamers that are sold nationwide in stores like Whole Foods Market & Sprouts.

Their creamers are available in four varieties - Vanilla Oatmilk Adaptogen, Keto, Vegan, and Collagen. Each is made with a superstar blend of grass-fed or plant-based fats and energizing MCT oil!

Fun fact - PICNIK was founded by Naomi Seifter who opened her first location in Austin, Texas in 2013 out of a 150 sq. ft. food trailer to provide gluten-free options with a farm-to-table concept!

What is Unsweetned KETO Creamer?

PICNIK's Unsweetned KETO Creamer is this superstar blend of all-natural, organic ingredients like grass-fed butter, grass-fed whey protein, and MCT oil to keep you energized throughout the day! It tastes just like your regular half-and-half BUT SO MUCH BETTER

What does PICNIK Plant-Based Coffee Creamer taste like?

PICNIK's Plant-Based Coffee Creamer tastes so SO similar to your regular dairy half-and-half - it's wild! It's made with nutritiously rich cashew milk, coconut cream and MCT oil for a brain boost. It has this luxurious texture and a creamy finish to give you the best replacement for half-and-half.

Plus, it's paleo, kept, and sugar-free!

Where to buy PICNIK creamers?

They are available in a wide variety of grocery retailers nationwide, from Costco to Whole Foods to Sprouts

Find a location nearest to you by clicking here.

Now, it’s time to grab our aprons and begin baking deliciousness! ’till next time! xxL

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Maple Chai Deconstructed Mini Cheesecakes



  • 8 oz Softened Neufchâtel Cream Cheese
  • 1/4 cup PICNIK Keto Creamer
  • 2 tbsp. Maple Syrup
  • 1 tsp. Chai Spice Mix
  • 1 tsp. Vanilla Bean Paste
  • Caramel, to serve
  • Graham Crackers, regular or chocolate, to serve
  • Whip Cream, to serve


1. In 4-6 small serving cups, add a layer of crushed graham crackers.

2. To make the cheesecake, add the cream cheese, creamer, maple syrup, chai spice mic, and vanilla bean paste to a food processor to blend until smooth.

3. Evenly distribute the cheesecake mixture into the cups.

4. Add a dallop of soft caramel, then whip cream to enjoy!

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