P3 Chocolate Cheesecake


Warning: this is RICH! I baked it in a casserole dish without a crust but it would work fine with a crust as well. I recommend almond meal, butter and stevia or erythritol for a crust.

This is a small cake. For a full cheesecake, I would recommend you quadruple this recipe (so use 2 pkgs of cream cheese, 4 eggs, etc).

Chocolate Cheesecake

3 Tbsp Butter
6 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
4 oz Cream Cheese, softened (1/2 package)
4 Tbsp Erythritol, powdered (I whiz mine up in the blender)
20-25 drops liquid stevia
1 tsp Vanilla
1 Egg

Preheat oven to 350* and spray a small oven-proof dish with cooking spray. (Mine is about 4" square.)

Melt butter and remove from heat. Stir in cocoa and cream cheese. Add erythritol one tablespoon at a time, mixing thoroughly as you add each one. Add liquid stevia and vanilla, mix well. Stir in egg and pour mixture into prepared dish. Bake about 20 minutes, then turn off the oven and leave the cheesecake in for about 30 more minutes. The center should be set but wiggle some if you jiggle the dish. Remove from oven and let cool, then refrigerate at least a couple of hours to set. Slice and serve.



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7 comments:

Christina (I'm a Mom...What's Your Excuse?) said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe, it looks soooo good!

I was wondering if I could substitute the Erythritol powder for Truvia powder?

Thanks :)

Lianne said...

Hi! I haven't used it but I imagine it would probably work. If you try it, please let me know!

Unknown said...

i tried this tonight and it is delicious. so easy to make and it turned out perfect. i have so many chemical allergies and was a bit worried about the Erythritol as i have never tried it, but it worked out fine...no adverse reaction. thank you.

Christine Marie said...

I have made this recipe with Truvia and Xylitol. Both were very good!

Mommygotthis said...

I made this too!!!!!!!!! It was good.

Jenny said...

These look absolutely amazing. Do you have the calories content somewhere on your recipes? New to this and trying to determine calories for a few weeks.

Lianne said...

No, sorry, I don't list out calories because it would vary depending on the actual ingredients you use. I recommend going to a website like http://www.livestrong.com/myplate/ to put in the actual ingredients and getting an accurate calorie count for your specific food that way.

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