Pressure Cooked Cheeze Cake Premium PD Recipe

This textually divine dairy-free cheesecake with notes of lemon and a kiss of vanilla is a protective treat on a plant-based diet. This sugar- and nut-free easy-prep recipe will keep the heat and you out of the kitchen, making the best use of your electric pressure cooker this summer. It’s assembled with just a handful of protective ingredients to keep you and your family celebrating optimal health together.

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    1. Lorie, The exact dish I used is linked in green on the recipe. All Protective Diet recipes will fit into a six-quart electric pressure cooker. They will also work in an eight-quart.

    2. Lorie, The exact dish I used is linked in green on the recipe. All Protective Diet recipes will fit into a six-quart electric pressure cooker. They will also work in an eight-quart.

    1. Yes on High. In some older recipes I reduce it to low but no longer do that. It was bad advise from a member back when I was only using the Secura Pressure Cooker. The only recipe I move to low pressure is the Tamales.

  1. I have noticed that the texture gets even denser the longer the cake is refrigerated. The fourth day it is amazing! If you can hold off eating a piece or two and let it hang out in refrigerator it is worth the wait.