15 Keto Cheesecake Recipes: Champions of Cheesy Desserts!

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Fatty, tasty, and satisfying – cream cheese is the perfect fuel for keto! What better way to eat cream cheese than in a cake?

Here are our top picks for creamy cheesecake recipes for your ketogenic lifestyle!

1) New York Style Keto Cheesecake


The fail-safe cheesecake for many of us has always been the New York style cheesecake. Creamy in taste and fluffy in texture, this New York Style Keto Cheesecake recipe by Low Carb Yum won’t fail you. Almond flour, cinnamon, cream cheese and sour cream – all are combined to create this perfect melt-in-your-mouth dessert.

(Net Carbs = 4 Grams per Serving)

2) Low Carb Boston Cream Cheesecake


Low Carb Yum once again keto-fied our favorite traditional dessert – Boston cream pie but this time, with a twist!  Instead of the famous vanilla cream, we get to enjoy rich and creamy vanilla flavored cheesy goodness in this Low Carb Boston Cream Cheesecake. This recipe uses cream cheese, almond flour, coconut flour, unsweetened almond milk, sour cream, heavy cream and low carb dark chocolate.

(Net Carbs = 2.2 Grams per Serving)

3) Low Carb Japanese Cotton Cheesecake


Cream cheese, sour cream, half & half, and oat fiber are the basis of the cotton-soft concoction by My Table of Three. Pillow fluffy texture and rich creamy flavor, this Low Carb Japanese Cotton Cheesecake tastes like little clouds on your tongue!

(Net Carbs = 3 Grams per Serving)

4) Low Carb Lemon Cheesecake


This luscious Low Carb Lemon Cheesecake comes from Mother Thyme. Cream cheese combined with almond flour, heavy whipping cream, sugar-free lemon jello, and lemon zest create the perfect light and refreshing lemon dessert. This recipe is easy to make and completely bake-free!

(Net Carbs = 4.4 Grams per Serving)

5) Low Carb Key Lime Cheesecake


Mother Thyme brings us another zingy dessert – Low Carb Key Lime Cheesecake by utilizing cream cheese, almond flour, heavy whipping cream, sugar-free lime jello and key lime zest. This no-bake cheesecake is the perfect combination of sweet and tart!

(Net Carbs = 4.4 Grams per Serving)

6) Low Carb Cranberry Cheesecake Keto Bars


Cranberries may be the perfect food for holidays, but they don’t have to be reserved just for special occasions. You can make this Low Carb Cranberry Cheesecake Keto Bars recipe from Our Paleo Life any time of the year!

This recipe calls for pecan, macadamia nuts, MCT oil powder, chia seed, collagen protein, cream cheese, cranberries, heavy whipping cream, and almond flour. Lots of ingredients and effort, but definitely worth your time.

(Net Carbs = 4 Grams per Serving)

7) Low Carb Blueberry Swirl Cheesecake


This Low Carb Blueberry Swirl Cheesecake is so vibrant, both in color and taste. Low Carb Yum combined a few ingredients including cream cheese, almond flour, blueberries and cinnamon for this recipe. This bake-free creamy cheesecake is a great addition to your dessert table!

(Net Carbs = 7 Grams per Serving)

8) Low Carb Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake


Another no bake berry swirly cheesecake, this time crafted carefully by Simply So Healthy. Using cream cheese, almond flour, unflavored gelatin, sour cream, lemon, raspberries and xanthan gum; they created this to-die-for Low Carb Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake!

(Net Carbs = 5 Grams per Serving)

9) Chocolate Covered Strawberry No Bake Cheesecake


Strawberry and chocolate – it’s a no-brainer. All Day I Dream About Food combined cream cheese, almond flour, cocoa powder, strawberry, gelatin, whipping cream and unsweetened chocolate to make this incredible Chocolate Covered Strawberry No Bake Cheesecake.

(Net Carbs = 5.65 Grams per Serving)

10) Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bars


Cream cheese, almond flour, pecan and heavy cream – combine them to make this Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bars by All Day I Dream About Food. The perfect amount of sweet and savory in this treat is bound to sweep you off your feet!

(Net Carbs = 3.52 Grams per Serving)

11) Low Carb No Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake


This Low Carb No Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake by Low Carb Yum is made out of cream cheese, almond flour, cocoa, gelatin, whipping cream, peanut butter, and unsweetened baking chocolate. This dessert is simple to whip up and packed with peanut butter flavor.

(Net Carbs = 6 Grams per Serving)

12) Low Carb Minty Matcha No Bake Cheesecake


Mint and matcha flavors are such a delicious combination. Add cream cheese to that and you’d get this perfect Low Carb Minty Matcha No Bake Cheesecake originated from Oh Sweet Mercy. The recipe also requires almond flour, cocoa, matcha tea powder, mint extract, whipping cream and gelatin. This refreshing and creamy cake is exactly what you need for this summer!

(Net Carbs = 3 Grams per Serving)

13) Low Carb Pumpkin Chocolate Marbled Cheesecake


I Breathe I’m Hungry perfected this Low Carb Pumpkin Chocolate Marbled Cheesecake using cream cheese, almond flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, pumpkin puree, cinnamon, allspice, ginger, and nutmeg. Velvety and dense, this cheesecake is a must-have dessert for you and your family!

(Net Carbs = 6.5 Grams per Serving)

14) Gluten Free & Keto Cheesecake Brownies


Cream cheese, cocoa powder, and almond flour make up the basis of this Gluten Free & Keto Cheesecake Brownies. This tasty treat from Gnom-Gnom is extremely fudgy and chocolatey, guaranteed to impress your guests.

(Net Carbs = 1.5 Grams per Serving)

15) Death by Chocolate Cheesecake


Chocolate lovers, beware! All Day I Dream About Food is about to bring you closer to the beyond with this Death by Chocolate Cheesecake. Mix cream cheese with almond flour, cocoa powder, sugar-free dark chocolate, heavy cream, and whipping cream – you’ll get a chocolate cheesecake that tastes like a piece of heaven.

(Net Carbs = 5.22 Grams per Serving)

That concludes our list of keto cheesecake recipes. Did we miss any of your favorites? Share your top picks in the comments below!

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