We all love a berry cheesecake don’t we so this guest post from the lovely Kelly is perfect to fill that gap! Just looking at the picture of this deconstructed cheesecake is making my mouth water!

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count this as free or easily within your allowances, of course always check your plan for advice.

Quark tips

In recipes like this deconstructed cheesecake that need quark, there are a few simple things you can do to ensure it tastes good.

Quark doesn’t have much flavour so ensure you flavour the dish well. In this berry deconstructed cheesecake, the Options white chocolate is perfect for adding taste.

Quark is available in most large supermarkets now and even stocked in Aldi and Lidl. You can usually find it near the soft cheeses in a tub similar to that you would buy cottage cheese in.

Due to the low-fat content of quark, it easily splits if heated too much or has hot water or hot liquid added to it. Be careful and stir in gradually and you should be ok if you are making a hot meal with it.

Quark pot
Pot of Quark

Comfort eating this deconstructed cheesecake

It is easy when you are trying to lose weight to fall into the trap of comfort eating when you are feeling down. Finding healthier snack alternatives can help you avoid weight gain.

You do not need to just snack on fruit and vegetables to be healthy, there are so many other alternatives.

This frozen berry deconstructed cheesecake is good as it is comfort food but not too unhealthy either. Of course, you can also use fresh berries if you’d prefer.

raspberries being poured out of a brown paper bag

If you find that you are regularly feeling down and snacking then maybe you need to address this as possible depression and consider seeing your GP.

We all have struggled every now and then so it really isn’t something to be ashamed of.

Another option instead of eating at all could be to find something else to do instead of eating when you are feeling down. Give it some thought and see if you can come up with any strategies to help yourself.

Carrot cake cut into slices
Carrot Cake

About Kelly, the author of the recipe

Kelly is a blogger and has two children and a stepson. She is a stay-at-home mum/carer to her daughter and has also followed Slimming World.

Kelly shares parenting, health and wellbeing, reviews and family travel on her blog. Kelly’s daughter has autism.

More healthy recipes you may enjoy

If this has made you realise you should use quark more and you are looking for more recipes with it in, check out my ultimate quark recipe list.

Other popular cheesecake recipes of mine are baked vanilla cheesecake and coffee & chocolate cheesecake.

Do you fancy looking at the other healthy dessert ideas I share? Check out my desserts article with lots of yummy dessert recipes. Have you tried fruit pasta? If not you really should!

Vanilla cheesecake
Vanilla cheesecake
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Deconstructed frozen berry cheesecake

Deconstructed Frozen Berry Cheesecake

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 portion 1x
  • Category: Desserts
  • Method: Mixing bowl
  • Cuisine: Dessert
  • Diet: Low Calorie


A tasty deconstructed cheesecake which is low in calories and a healthy snacking option



100g 0% Greek Yoghurt

100g Quark

Large handful of frozen berries

1 Alpen light bar – flavour of your choice

1 Sachet of Options white hot chocolate powder


1. Mix the yoghurt, quark, and Options until well combined and smooth. Use an electric mixer if you prefer.

2. Spoon over the frozen berries.

3. Crumble over the Alpen light bar

For extra yumminess add some choc shot on top 

Keywords: Dessert, Slimming World, cheesecake, low syn

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  1. this doesn’t taste like it should be allowed on SW – loved the alpen light as the crunch!