An easy Keto No-bake Cheesecake recipe with a super smooth vanilla cheesecake filling on top of a keto graham cracker crust! Bonus, this delicious keto no-bake dessert is also egg-free and ready twice faster than a baked cheesecake!
An authentic cheesecake recipe is not keto-friendly because of the sugar added in the filling and the graham crackers used in the crust.
However, it’s very easy to make a keto recipe for cheesecake. If you are in a hurry, you can whip a keto cheesecake fluff as a quick keto fatbomb dessert, or if you are more patient make this no-bake keto vanilla cheesecake.
A keto no-bake cheesecake is a sugar-free cheesecake recipe made without your oven. It’s made of a low-carb cheesecake crust, usually made of almond flour and butter or homemade keto graham crackers.
Then, a no-bake cheesecake is topped with whipped cream cheese, sour cream, heavy cream, and sugar-free keto sweetener, and a touch of gelatin to set your dessert fast.
To make a quick keto cheesecake no-bake recipe, you need only a few ingredients.
For the keto cheesecake crust, you need:
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For the keto cheesecake recipe no-bake filling, you need:
First, select an 8 inches springform pan – this is the best pan to release your no-bake cheesecake easily. Then, lightly grease the pan and cover the bottom of the pan with a round piece of parchment paper. Set aside
Next, combine all the cheesecake crust ingredients into a mixing bowl until it forms a crumble.
Press the crumb at the bottom of the pan and refrigerate while you prepare the low-carb cheesecake filling.
First, in a small mixing bowl, whisk gelatin and boiling water until the gelatin bloom. It should dissolve in the water and create a gooey texture. Set aside for5 minutes.
Next, in another mixing bowl, add softened cream cheese and sour cream. Beat until fluffy and well combined. Stop beater, add powdered erythritol, bloomed gelatin, lemon juice, and vanilla extract. Beat again on medium speed to combine. Set aside in the fridge.
Finally, in another bowl, whip the heavy cream until stiff peak forms.
Fold the whipped cream into the cream cheese bowl until
This is a no-bake cheesecake keto recipe. It means it’s not baked in your oven, but instead, your dessert needs to spend at least 3 hours in the fridge to set.
The ideal is to store the cheesecake overnight in the fridge for the best texture and avoid a runny soft filling.
Always film the top of the springform pan with plastic wrap to prevent the top of the cheesecake from drying out.
This is a no-bake cheesecake made without gelatin. You can skip the gelatin in no-bake cheesecake recipes if you don’t add any large volume of liquids, like lime juice.
For example, in my keto key lime cheesecake, I use gelatin powder because there’s a lot of lime juice that dilutes the cream cheese batter.
But for this vanilla no-bake keto cheesecake, there’s no need for gelatin at all.
A no-bake cheesecake is a large dessert that serves 16 slices. Luckily, a keto no-bake cheesecake can be:
No matter how you store your cheesecake, the most important is to store your dessert in a sealed, airtight container.
If you decide to freeze your low-carb cheesecake, it’s better to freeze individual portions to limit your carb intake. This way, you can thaw one serving at a time when your sweet cheesecake craving comes.
The great part about this no-bake cheesecake keto recipe is that you can tweak its flavor.
In fact, you can add some of the ingredients to create different cheesecake flavors:
This keto cheesecake is made with many dairy products, but luckily, there are options to make a dairy-free vegan keto cheesecake. The best is to replace:
A cheesecake is much tastier and much more beautiful served with toppings. But to keep it keto-friendly, choose some of the options below to decorate your cheesecake:
This happens if you:
If it’s your first time making no-bake cheesecake and you worry about the filling not setting use gelatin! Simply dissolve 2 teaspoons of gelatin powder in cold water to bloom. Then, beat into the cream cheese.
Below I listed more gluten-free no-bake keto dessert recipes for you to try. All these recipes contain a low amount of net carbs per serving to fix your sweet cravings without guilt on your keto journey.
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