I have found a Cheesecake recipe that is delicious and can be made in 9 inch pie pan. You may have to tailor the ingredients a bit. I think the recipe recommends using a spring board pan. If you are willing and able to eat dairy, it is an easy recipe. Ingredients can be modified. I use NOW liquid stevia for sweetness. Green Valley Lactose Free Sour Cream, here in the US, is very thick and rich. It may be better for some people because of less milk sugar while healing. Not sure that the cultured milk in sour cream is as triggering as milk can be. I presently use cream and not milk for dark matte tea. Anyway, this desert can be made crustless as the recipe says or with a nut crust which you can easily find a recipe for online. I did make a whole graham cracker crust once. It was very tasty, but triggered my symptoms. Eventually this will be resoloved.
I have experienced more tolerance toward wheat and other foods during The Unique Healing Program. This did not happen right away, but it may for you. Seasonal changes, and whatever is being eliminated from my organs, tissues, etcetera can be intensified by more acid forming foods such as wheat and some other grains.
Cut The Wheat Ditch the Sugar has a wide range of Gluten Free Recipes. Worth checking out. I have only made the Cheesecake.
Mate Factor sells a rich tasting dark roast. If you know of another I would love to hear about it. For those who like coffee tasting beverages and do not do well with grain based ones, such as Caffix and Perro, it can be satisfying. No, dark roast mate does not taste the same as coffee! You’ll get used to it and maybe even grow to like it. I have.
If you are weaning yourself off of coffee, adding a bit to the dark roast mate can help make the taste transition a little easier. Don’t go overboard with the amount of coffee. The acidity just adds to the load of acids that people on UHP working to absorb and eliminate.