These Keto Cheesecake Bites are an easy, single-serve no-bake keto dessert perfect to fix a sweet craving on your keto journey with only 2.3 grams of net carbs per bite.
Plus, these no-bake cheesecake bites are a great recipe to meal prep a week of keto snacks in the freezer.
I love keto desserts but even more keto cheesecake. Cheesecake is one of these popular desserts that we all crave at some point and the good news is that keto cheesecake recipes are very easy to make.
I already shared three keto no-bake keto cheesecake recipes:
- No-bake keto vanilla cheesecake
- No-bake keto key lime cheesecake
- No-bake keto chocolate cheesecake fat bomb
So time for my vanilla raspberry cheesecake bites.
What Are Low-carb Cheesecake Bites?
They are sugar-free, gluten-free keto-friendly bite-size cheesecake bites perfect to serve as a snack or single-serve dessert.
They can be eaten as keto fat bombs for fixing your sweet tooth on your keto diet.
How To Make Keto Cheesecake Bites
It’s very easy to make no-bake keto cheesecake bites with only a few ingredients.
All you need is a 9-inch x 5-inch loaf pan lined with a long piece of oiled parchment paper and a few ingredients.
Cheesecake Crust Ingredients
For the sugar-free cheesecake crust, you need:
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- Almond flour or almond meal. Learn how to pick the right low-carb flour.
- Butter or coconut oil
You can also replace the amount of almond flour with the same amount of crushed homemade keto graham crackers.
If so, skip the sweetener and cinnamon in the crust ingredient.
Keto Cheesecake Filling
For the filling, you need the ingredients below:
- Cream cheese – softened at room temperature for 30 minutes. Cream cheese is one of the keto-friendly dairy products.
- Sour cream
- Lemon juice
- Vanilla extract
- Powdered sweetener of choice – I like allulose or powdered erythritol as a keto sweetener
- Raspberries – fresh or frozen
Making The Low-Carb Cheesecake Crust
First, mix the crust ingredients in a bowl until it’s wet and crumbly.
You should be able to stick the ingredient together when squeezed in your hands. If not, add a bit more melted butter until it comes together.
Press the crumble at the bottom of the prepared loaf pan and spread evenly into a thin crust.
Pop the loaf pan in the freezer while making the cheesecake filling.
Keto No-bake Cheesecake Vanilla Filling
This is a simple cheesecake filling, not as fluffy as regular cheesecake because it doesn’t contain whipped cream.
All you need is to beat the cream cheese, sour cream, lemon juice, vanilla, and sweetener in a bowl.
Beat until creamy and well combined – it takes about 1 minute.
Then, spread the cheesecake batter onto the cheesecake crust.
Spread evenly and add 12 raspberries – 3 per row over 4 rows.
Freeze the cheesecake for 1 to 2 hours – until the filling is less soft but still easy to cut through.
Tip: Cutting Into Cheesecake Bites
Release the cheesecake bar from the loaf pan pulling onto the hanging pieces of parchment paper from the sides of the pan.
Place the bar on a chopping board.
Oil a long sharp knife blade with olive oil and cut the cheesecake bar into 9 bites.
Serving Chocolate Covered Cheesecake Bites
If you don’t mind an extra 1 gram of net carbs per serving, try covering the cheesecake bites into sugar-free chocolate.
You can serve the cheesecake bites plain, or chocolate covered.
To make a chocolate shell, place sugar-free chocolate chips and coconut oil in a bowl.
Microwave in 30-second bursts, stirring between each until the chocolate is fully melted.
Using two forks, dip each cheesecake bite gently onto the melted chocolate.
Place the chocolate-covered cheesecake bites onto an oiled piece of parchment paper.
Pop the plate with the chocolate-dipped cheesecake into the freezer to set the chocolate shell.
These keto mini cheesecakes store very well in the fridge for up to 3 days in an airtight container.
You can store cheesecake for up to 3 months in the freezer. Thaw at room temperature for 1 hour before eating or overnight in the fridge.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below I listed the answers to your most common questions about this no-bake cheesecake recipe.
Can I Use A Mini-Muffin Pan?
Sure, you can divide this recipe into a 12-hole mini-muffin pan. Cover each muffin hole with muffin liners, lightly oil the liners with an oil spray before filling with the crust.
Can I Use Silicone Muffin Cups?
Yes, you can also use silicone cups to make mini cheesecake, oil the cases before filling, and divide the recipe into 12 mini muffins cups or 9 large cups.
This recipe has some options if you have lactose allergy or nut allergy.
For example, you can replace:
- Almond flour – replace the almond flour with sunflower seed flour or sesame flour for a nut-free cheesecake crust.
- Cream cheese – swap for lactose-free cream cheese.
- Sour cream – replace with dairy-free, no sugar added coconut yogurt.
The nutrition panel provided below is for one bite without the chocolate shell.
If you decide to add the chocolate shell, this adds about 1 gram of net carbs per bite depending on the sugar-free chocolate you are using to dip the bites.
It will also add about 40-55 kcal extra per serving.
More Low-carb Dessert Recipes
I love low carb dessert recipes and below are my other favorite desserts for you to try:
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