As a avid lover of desserts, I have never gotten bored of eating cheesecake. I am not a big fan of heavy desserts, because I always feel they are too much for me. Therefore, I always love to make my favorite desserts at home, so I can eat them all the time without worrying about the calories. Every time I prepare my favorite desserts, I try to incorporate my favorite flavors into the recipes. For example, if I prepare a cheesecake, I always try to add white chocolate, as I love the taste of it.
Nothing says special occasion quite like a white chocolate cheesecake. Dessert is said to be the center of the meal, and there’s no center better than a white chocolate cheesecake. They’re creamy and delicious, and one of the most decadent desserts you can make. They’re simple to make, but the white chocolate cheesecake recipe requires a bit of time and preparation. This recipe will help speed up the process.
I want to start this blog series because I believe that desserts are a healthy part of ones diet and if you treat yourself to one dessert a night, I think you’ll feel better about yourself. This is a series of desserts that I enjoy and eat every night. I have tried many desserts over the years but the one thing I have been able to maintain is my weight. My weight was a constant struggle for me and my family for many years.
This White Chocolate Cheesecake is the second in our Dessert Every Night series, and it’s fantastic! It’s creamy, decadent, and rich, and it’s completely guilt-free. It doesn’t get much better than this, particularly because you can have it every night. These tiny masterpieces were made by Matt, and you’ll want to see him make them in the video below so you can make them in quantity for your family.
The Keto Diet’s Best White Chocolate
On a low-carb, ketogenic diet, white chocolate is difficult to imitate. However, we all like white chocolate to the point that we had to find a method to make it, which we did! Raw cacao butter is the key to obtaining the white chocolate taste. It may not be a perfect substitute, but we’ve looked everywhere and discovered that this is the greatest nutritional and taste alternative! We keep a bag on hand for baking and dishes that let us increase our fat intake without sacrificing carbohydrates or protein.
White Chocolate Recipes with Low Carbs!
You can’t only use raw cacao butter in one dish when you find something as wonderful as it. It’s only fair that now that you’ve discovered the ideal fat form that’s solid at room temperature and has a creamy flavor, you find many additional uses for it! Matt prepares an amazing white hot chocolate that he enjoys as a nightcap and to round out his fat macros. We also utilize it to make a low-carb chocolate bar that will outperform any other on the market in terms of nutrition and flavor. Also, we’re working on a few fat bomb recipes using it right now, so stay tuned.
White Chocolate Keto Cheesecake
We understand that many of you are dessert connoisseurs who find it impossible to have a savory dinner without something sweet to follow it up. And we’re completely in sync, which is why we make dessert every night. We want to be able to have dessert every night without feeling guilty, and we want you to be able to do the same! Cheesecake has always been my favorite dessert, so this white chocolate cheesecake will undoubtedly become a family favorite!
Dessert Every Night | White Chocolate Cheesecake
50-minute total time
12 cheesecakes per serving
194 calories per serving
15-minute prep time
Time to prepare: 35 minutes
White Chocolate Cheesecake cooking Instructions:
- Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and oil or line a muffin form.
- Set aside the cacao butter, which has been finely chopped.
- Combine the cream cheese, eggs, sour cream, vanilla extract, and liquid stevia in a second large mixing bowl using a hand mixer.
- In a small microwave-safe bowl, melt the butter and stir in the finely chopped cacao butter. Combine the ingredients with a spatula until the cacao butter is completely melted. It’s possible that you’ll have to microwave it one or two more times.
- Using an immersion blender, slowly incorporate the melted cacao butter into the cream cheese mixture. You may also use your regular blender to get rid of the lumps.
- Fill a 12-cupcake tin evenly with the batter. Preheat oven to 350°F and bake for 30-35 minutes. They will inflate, which is quite normal.
- Allow it cool for 20 minutes before placing in the fridge to set for 1 hour. Enjoy!