Keto Lemon Cheesecake Fluff
Eating Keto is all the craze right now. But did you know you can still eat desserts on the Keto diet? Check out this yummy Keto lemon cheesecake fluff!
Keto Lemon Cheesecake Fluff
When you start on any diet they can be super hard to stick to when you get a craving for sweets.
That is when it is super handy to have recipes like this Keto lemon cheesecake fluff on hand. Plus this only takes three ingredients to make it!
This recipe can be easily adapted to other flavors too. Simply swap out the flavor of gelatin.
Just be sure you keep the gelation sugar free. If you used the sugar kind it makes the carbs skyrocket and will no longer fit the Keto diet.
If you are looking for more Keto dessert recipes, here are a few to try.
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- Keto Cherry Cheesecake Fluff
- Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe With Pecan Crust
- Easy Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Fluff
- Keto Cheesecake Recipe Roundup – Over 25+ Recipes!
- Blueberry Lemon Keto Cheesecake Cups
- Keto Orange Cheesecake Mousse
- Keto Chocolate Cheesecake Fluff
How To Make This Cheesecake Recipe:
In a stand mixer (I use a KitchenAid like this one) add your whipping cream and whisk it on medium to high speed until stiff peaks form.
At that point, it should be a whipped topping constancy. Set aside.
Now in another mixing bowl beat the cream cheese until it is soft.
In a microwave-safe dish heat the water to boiling. It should take about a minute and a half. I just heat it right in a pyrex measuring cup.
Remove water from microwave and dump the packet of lemon gelatin in the water and mix until fully dissolved.
Slowly pour about half of the lemon mixture onto the cream cheese and mix well.
Then pour the other half in and a little of the whipped cream (so that the liquid does not splash out the bowl) and mix well.
After that is fully mixed add the rest of the whipped cream and mix just until it is fully blended. Don’t overbeat it.
Pour into dishes or airtight container and store in the fridge until you are ready to serve.
How Long Can This Be Stored In The Fridge & Can It Be Frozen?
I have kept mine in the fridge for up to five days and it was just as good on day 5 as it was the day it was made. You may even be able to do a day or two longer.
While I have not tried freezing this yet, I am thinking it may not hold up that great to freezing. I am guessing that you will end up with a less then desirable texture if frozen. I will update when I have tested my thoughts on this.
Keto Lemon Cheesecake Fluff
- 1 Dry Packet Sugar-Free Lemon Gelatin 0.3 oz size
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream (can use 8 oz tub whipped topping in its place if you are not worried about having more carbs.)
- 8 oz Full Fat Cream Cheese room temp
- In a stand mixer add your whipping cream and whisk it on medium to high speed until stiff peaks form. Set aside.
- In another mixing bowl beat the cream cheese until it is soft.
- In a microwave-safe dish heat the water to boiling. It should take about a minute and a half. I just heat it right in a pyrex measuring cup.
- Dump the packet of lemon gelatin in the water and mix until fully dissolved.
- Slowly pour about half of the lemon mixture onto the cream cheese and mix well.
- Then pour the other half in and a little of the whipped cream and mix well.
- After that is fully mixed add the rest of the whipped cream and mix just until it is fully blended. Don’t overbeat it.
- Pour into dishes or airtight container and store in the fridge until you are ready to serve.
These Are Estimated Nutrition Facts
DELISH! I made s crust with pecans and almond flour toasted in a skillet and pressed it in a dish with butter.
Happy to hear you liked it Dee. A pecan crust would be super tasty with this!!
This was very good. Our store didn’t have sugar free lemon gelatin, so I used lime and my sister and I gave it all thumbs up. Her daughter is getting married in a few weeks and we are trying to feel better about ourselves. Well, my sister is tall and slim. I’m the one who is fluffy 😂😂. Thanks for a delicious recipe. My sister is making it for her school employees tomorrow. Yum
Happy to hear you liked it Gwen! It really is a recipe that is so easy and can be changed to any sugar-free flavor gelation.
Don’t have a stand mixer. Can I use a regular hand mixer?
Yes, a hand mixer works just fine.
Is there a great gelatin mix y’all use besides Jello brand? A couple of years ago I did keto and thought I hit on a great dessert of just Jello and whipped cream. It threw me out of ketosis. It had to be the maltodextrin.
There are lots of different brands out there that are Keto friendly. However, with any of them, you have to eat in limited amounts to follow the Keto diet.
I have made this so many times with all sorts of flavors! It’s so good and I’m so glad there are no sweeteners since they can be very pricey.
Easy and delish! Made it with SF orange jello and the citrus pop is just the right amount of sweet/tangy. Going to try it as a dessert this weekend with the suggested crust and surprise a diabetic friend. Keeper recipe. Thanks!!
Made this for a friend with a sweet tooth. Absolutely delish!!
Is this recipe enough to fill a pie pan or do I need to double it?
Yes, it will fill a pie pan and you may have a little left over.
Definitely eat in moderation. I got these numbers:
These are the numbers we got for this recipe if made by the directions, about 277 calories, 27 fat, 5 carbs, 3 sugar, 5 protein per serving.
How many servings does this make?
Never mind, found it above — 6 servings!
About how much would you say is in one serving?
A serving size is about 3.35 oz per serving.