Individual Chocolate Cheesecakes (low carb)

These tiny-but-delicious chocolate cheesecakes offer a rich and silky end to special -occasion dinners.

Individual Chocolate Cheesecakes
Yield: 12 servings /  each serving = 281 calories, 3 net carbs
(not counting a dollop of whipped cream as a garnish)

16 ounces organic cream cheese, room temperature
2 large organic eggs, room temperature
26g Scharffen Berger unsweetened 99% cacao baking chocolate, … Read more

Individual Key Lime Cheesecakes

Tropical flavors blend into creamy little individual cheesecakes. “You put the lime in the coconut…”

Individual Key Lime Cheesecakes
Yield: 12 servings / each serving = 254 calories, 5g net carbs

16 ounces organic cream cheese, room temperature
2 large organic eggs, room temperature
1/2 cup organic sour cream
1/4 C. Swerve + 1/2 tsp. liquid stevia
1/4 teaspoon sea … Read more

Individual New York Cheesecakes

These are so delicious that you might be tempted to eat two—which I recommend!

Individual New York Cheesecakes
Yield: 12 servings /  each serving = 254 calories, 5g net carbs

CHEESECAKE
16 ounces organic cream cheese, room temperature
2 large organic eggs, room temperature
1/2 cup organic sour cream
1/4 C. Swerve + 1/2 tsp. liquid stevia
1/4 teaspoon sea … Read more

Chocolate Ganache (low carb)

I use this ganache for frosting cheesecakes, cookies, and cakes.

CHOCOLATE GANACHE

1/4 cup grass-fed cream
55 grams Scharffen Berger unsweetened 99% baking chocolate, chunked
1/3 teaspoon liquid stevia glycerite

Stir cream and chocolate in a medium sized saucepan over low heat until smooth, add the stevia. (If your heat is too high and the ganache separates, add tiny bit … Read more

Cookie Glazes (low carb)

These glazes can be used on cookies or plain cakes.

Plain Glaze (low carb)

2 cups (8 ounces) Swerve sweetener, confectioners’ style
3 tablespoons unsweetened almond milk
2 tablespoons cream cheese, softened

To color, stir drops of food coloring into the glaze until it reaches the desired tint. For a citrus-flavored glaze, substitute orange, lemon, or lime juice for the … Read more

Low Carb Egg Nog

A classic, reinterpreted in a low carb version. Rich, thick, delicious.

The Online Etymology Dictionary states that the term “egg nog” is an American term introduced in 1775, consisting of the words “egg” and “nog”, with “nog” meaning “strong ale”. The first example of the term “eggnog” was in 1775, when Maryland clergyman and philologist Jonathan Boucher wrote a poem … Read more