Sugar Free Cheesecake

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Sugar Free Cheesecake, Sugar Free Cheesecake

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This sugar free cheesecake recipe is from my wife Angel, who loves to make food, home, and body care recipes that support people’s journey to optimal health.  Check out my wife’s website, instagram and facebook page where she shares stories and pictures about our life.  She also has a great YouTube channel you can check out as well.  We know you will love this sugar free cheesecake recipe!

If you enjoy recipes like this, you may be interested in my advanced nutrition and recipe book the Keto Metabolic Breakthrough.

Sugar Free Cheesecake, Sugar Free Cheesecake

Sugar Free Cheesecake, Sugar Free Cheesecake

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Sugar Free Cheesecake

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Yield 8 Servings

Crust Ingredients:

Crust Instructions:

Step #1:   Mix ingredients together.

Step #2:  Press into pie pan, making it as thin as possible and pressing along the sides.

Step #3:  Bake at 350 for 10 minutes.

Step #4:  Remove from oven and let it cool for about 15 minutes.

Step #5:  Place in freezer for 30 minutes.

Cheesecake Ingredients:

Cheesecake Instructions:

Step #1:  Mix all the ingredients together except for the eggs.

Step #2:  Add in the eggs, one at a time, and blend on low speed.

Step #3:  Fill the pie crust.

Step #4:  Bake for 50 minutes at 325 degrees.

Step #5:  Remove from oven and let it cool for 10 minutes.

Step #6:  Place in fridge for four hours.

Notes

***The recipe picture shows it topped with organic berries***

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 slice

Amount Per Serving

Calories 371

% Daily Value

Total Fat 34 g

52%

Total Carbohydrates 10 g

3%

Dietary Fiber 4 g

16%

Protein 8 g

16%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Dr Jockers Comments:

This cheesecake tastes amazing!  If you are looking for a low carb dessert than make your own crust and go all out with this one!

The only dairy that I recommend is grass-fed and organic.  This is important so as to avoid inflammatory omega 6 fats, chemical toxins in the feed and to get the most anti-inflammatory nutrient content from your dairy.  So look for grass-fed organic cream cheese if possible.

Stevia is our favorite sweetener as it is one hundred times sweeter than sugar and has no effect on our blood sugar.  If you don’t care for the taste of stevia, adding in the dash of salt really helps to take out the slight bitterness and balances the flavor very well.

Let us know what you thought of the recipe in the comments box below!  If you are looking for more great keto meal ideas than check out our complete Navigating the Ketogenic Diet program here

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  1. I personally use only the liquid Stevia because the packets and bulk Stevia all have maltodextrin that is 4 calories of starch per packet and weight equivalent.

  2. For the 11/2 tsp stevia could you use lakanto monk fruit sweetener and if so how much? Thanks in advance!

    1. You can definitely use that Claudia. My best recommendation is to try it with an equal amount and see how it goes. Then you can gauge what the right alternative amount is and adjust from there!

  3. My carb count for the recipe was higher than yours. I’m really puzzled how yours was 8 total carbs, but mine was 18!

      1. I use myfitnesspal for tracking so I added your cheesecake recipe to my diary. I may need to redo the calculations by hand, because I just noticed that the nutrition facts for 1 serving seem off.
        It says 296 calories with 27g fat, 18g carbs and 8g of protein. However, if you do the math that comes out to 347 calories!!

  4. I would have to substitute the organic cream cheese.. I can use any goat or sheep cheese , what t would you suggest that would taste good?
    I use Erythritol as a sugar substitute it’s really good, I didn’t like stevia either

      1. I’ve used Daiya DF cream cheese in several recipes and always have good results. I’m going to try this recipe with egg substitute since I can’t have wheat, eggs or dairy.

  5. Cheesecake is, of course, delicious. But, I find that if I avoid ALL sweet stuff (including fruit and sweet vegetables like pumpkin) for 2 weeks or so, I no longer miss sweet things. I think that’s probably a good thing. I don’t have to decide between stevia and the other possibilities.

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