Low Carb Coffee Cheesecake Slice
Coffee Cheesecake is something I’ve wanted to for a while. I love coffee, and I love cheesecake! What could be better?
We all know that sweets are so hard to give up. That’s why I make so many dessert recipes (like this one), not only because I really enjoy making them, but also to help you fight that badd-ass sugar craving you’ve been trying to kick since you started keto… am I right?
I get asked this question a lot, so I’ll emphasize it here in the description. I used a sugar-free chocolate that was flavored with coffee bought from my local supermarket. However, you can also make your own by following these very simple steps:
- Buy (or make your own) sugar-free low carb dark chocolate from the local grocery store
- Melt this down either by using a microwave or water bath on the stove until there are no lumps.
- Put 1 oz (30ml) of strong espresso coffee in with the melted chocolate and stir
- Use this for the recipe if you cannot find coffee flavored chocolate that is suitable 🙂
The recipe for this cheesecake is similar to my New York Baked Cheesecake if you’re wondering where I got the inspiration from ;-). If you haven’t made that one yet, then I urge you to give that one a try. Trust me, its one of the most popular recipes on my website, so it’s sure to be a winner in the kitchen, even if the family doesn’t want anything to do with Keto.
Just because it made healthier, doesn’t mean you can eat it for breakfast… that’s the lie I tell myself every time I walk into the fridge and look for something to eat in the mornings…. dam! I could have some of these Chocolate Chip Cookies, or just a small helping of Lemon Curd… wait, that one isn’t out yet… but when it is, dam I’m eating that for breakfast too. Just don’t tell anyone 😉
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