You make the base first, then follow it up with a topping. Sounds like the way most of my Saturday nights turn out. Now listen here, I know you lot can be frightfully judgemental, but the chickpeas thing works well - remember, there's such a thing called chickpea flour!
Yeah, you should probably syn the grilled pineapple if you're a SW rule-follower. And possibly syn the blended chickpeas. But then you should do a lot of things and you don't, do you?
The beauty of this is that you can make it for taster night, then take them a packet of grapes and eat it yourself. Always thinking ahead. Note it requires an overnight chill.
tin of drained chickpeas
1 tbsp truvia
1 tbsp vanilla extract
1 pot of 0% activia vanilla yogurt
1 large tub of Muller light Greek style coconut and vanilla yogurt
1 small pot of quark
1 package of gelatine crystals/powder
10 drops of coconut flavouring
chunks of pineapple with the edges blowtorched to look pretty
make the base by blending the chickpeas and eggs in a blender and pour into a loose bottomed cake tin and bake at 120 degrees for around an hour, it should be a dark golden brown on top, don't worry if it puffs up a bit like a cake, it'll sink back down when you cool it, a few cracks on top are ok too
soak the gelatine in 4 tbsp of cold water for 10 minutes then warm the mixture up to dissolve the gelatine
then mix with all the other ingredients until you have a smooth liquid - I find it easier if everything is at room temperature
pour over the cooled cheesecake base and let it set overnight in the fridge
decorate with chunks of pineapple that you've blowtorched to full effect
a blowtorch in the kitchen is never a bad thing to have - though we just use my cigar lighter because I'm so butch (this is James writing, to be clear) but look! You can have a lot of fun with this - who needs fingerprints?
technically, according to SW, you should syn the pineapple because you've heated it slightly. Because, as you know, adding heat turns it into a pineapple fritter.
Recipe by twochubbycubs at http://twochubbycubs.com/2018/09/22/pina-colada-cheesecake/