Tuesday, March 18, 2014

~ Cheesecake (LCHF) "Fat Bombs"


Recipe from Kathryn

Cheesecake (LCHF) "Fat Bombs"

16 oz cream cheese
2 eggs
2 Tbsp. sour cream
1/2 cup powdered Erythritol
1 tsp. stevia liquid
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. almond extract
Dash Himalayan Pink Salt

Put all ingredients into a food processor...blend well...pour into sprayed lined silicon muffin tins... Bake 375 degrees (in a toaster oven for 22-25 minutes)... (18-22 minutes in my regular oven) Just watch them, since oven temps vary... I placed my silicon muffin cups in a baking pan with a little water in it... Be care to not get water in the muffin cups.... Be careful to not OVERCOOK!.....They will still be a bit soft, but firm up as it cools.... Let cool...refrigerate...Makes 12 muffins of yummy cheesecake...


Makes 6 servings... each serving is 2 muffins....

Each serving equals...

Calories 298

Total Fat 26 g

Total Carbohydrate 3 g

Dietary Fiber 0 g

Protein 7 g

10 comments:

  1. Trying this as soon as my Erythritol order comes in from Amazon

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    1. Hope you like them as much as my family does...... Make sure to powder your Erythritol very fine..... And be careful to not over cook....every oven is so different...so watch them!....Enjoy! :)

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    2. Sorry but I'm a male and a newbie LOLOL. How do you finely powder erythritol?

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    3. Brice..... No worries!.... I buy granulated Erythritol, in a 1 lb. bag..... When I get home I take the Erythritol and blend it in any of these things, magic bullet(using flat blade), NutriBullet(using

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    4. Continue reply.... Using flat blade)... Or in a clean coffee grinder....blending only small amounts at a time....it becomes very fine like powdered sugar....I blend it all and always use it this way.... Blends and mixes so much better, powdered... Happy cooking! :)

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  2. They look like they would be tasty!
    What is the nutrition information, please?

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    1. They are!.... Sorry for not adding the nutritional info.... I will add that right in!... Thanks for bringing that to my attention! Happy cooking!!!

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    2. Thanks again.... here they are....
      Makes 6 servings

      Each serving equals...

      Calories 298
      Total Fat 26 g
      Total Carbohydrate 3 g
      Dietary Fiber 0 g
      Protein 7 g

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  3. Hi do you need to add Erythritol what happens if I don't add it

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    1. By not adding it, it wont be as sweet... and the texture might not be the same....

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