Thursday, April 11, 2019

the best No Carb Dessert


Most classic desserts contain carbs, often in the form of added sugar and white flour in cookies, cakes, and tarts. It can be difficult, but not impossible, to come up with creative and tasty no carb desserts. You will need to use sugar substitutes like Splenda or Stevia, and in place of flour you can use almond meal or another nut-based flour. In general, look for dairy-based desserts like cheesecake, as these will be high in protein and low in carbs.

1. No Carb Cheesecake

No Carb Cheesecake is a great choice for low carb dieters, as it consists mostly of cheese and eggs. And no crust!

Cheesecake gets baked in the oven but then must cool for two to three hours in order for it to set and hold its shape. Here are two basic no carb cheesecake recipes for you to try.



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Simple No Carb Cheesecake

Net Carb Count: 0 grams
Ingredients:

5 Packages Light Cream Cheese
4 Eggs
2 Tablespoons Lemon Juice
¾ Cups Splenda
Directions:

Combine ingredients in a bowl.

Mix everything together until it is smooth, then bake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit in a greased pie plate for one hour.
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Flavored No Carb Cheesecake

Net Carb Count: 0 grams
Ingredients:

8 Ounces Cream Cheese
2 Eggs
3 Ounces Sugar-Free Gelatin Mix of Your Preferred Flavor
Directions:

Combine ingredients in a bowl.
Mix everything together until it is smooth, then bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit in a greased pie plate for 30-40 minutes.

2. No Carb Pudding

This carb-free pudding has less than one gram of net carbs per serving.

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No Carb Pudding

Net Carb Count: 0 grams
Ingredients:

2 Tablespoons Heavy Whipping Cream
Artificial Sweetener to Taste
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
Directions:

In a small bowl, combine heavy whipping cream with vanilla extract and your favorite artificial sweetener to taste.
Beat with an electric mixer until stiff peaks form.

3. Sugar-Free Hot Cocoa

This cocoa will warm you up on any cold winter evening. The net carbs in this hot cocoa are virtually nonexistent, at less than half a gram.



Sugar-Free Hot Cocoa

Net Carb Count: < ½ gram
Ingredients:

1 Teaspoon Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
¼ Cup Water
Artificial Sweetener to Taste
Directions:

In a small saucepan, whisk together unsweetened cocoa powder with water until hot.
Sweeten, if desired, with your favorite artificial sweetener.

4. Cheese

Cheese is naturally low carb; one ounce of cheese has less than half a gram of net carbs. Enjoy an ounce or two of nice cheese after dinner for a guilt-free dessert.

5. Low Carb Mousse

This mousse is similar to no carb cheesecake, but has no eggs and thus does not require baking.  Because of the cheeses used in this mousse, there are about four grams of net carbs, so it is not completely carb-free.

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Low Carb Mousse

Net Carb Count: 4 grams
Ingredients:

½ Cup Ricotta or Cottage Cheese
Artificial Sweetener to Taste
Cinnamon to Taste
Nutmeg to Taste
Ginger to Taste
Directions:

Put ricotta or cottage cheese in a blender with some artificial sweetener to taste
Add your favorite combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.
Blend until smooth and chill before serving.

It is hard to create a completely carb-free dessert, but the ideas above come quite close, most having less than one gram of net carbs per serving. Remember that dessert does not have to be sweet; cheese is a common finisher in many countries, and it’s a great choice for the low carb dieter. Get creative, too; you can make no carb cheesecake in a variety of ways, and you can flavor pudding and mousse with various spices and extracts without adding carbs.  Get in the kitchen and try your hand at one of these no carb desserts!


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8 comments:

  1. these sound fabulous! I'm on my way to my printer right now. Thank you so much

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  2. I am so excited to try this thank you !😊🤗

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  3. On the Simple No Carb Cheesecake - what size packages of cream cheese? 5 - 8oz packages seems like a lot!

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  4. I too would like to know if it’s 5 packages of 8 oz cream cheese. I want to make this so bad. Looks so yummy.

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  5. I stopped reading after the cheesecake recipe. You are claiming zero carbs, and that is incorrect. Each ounce of cream cheese is over 1 carb...with 40 ounces, you are looking at nearly 50 carbs just for the cream cheese alone. The eggs are .6 carbs each. The Splenda is 6 carbs per 1/4 cup. The lemon juice is 1 carb per tablespoon. So even if you make it into 10 servings you are looking at approx 7 carbs per serving.

    All cream cheese has over one carb per ounce. Just because the label says 0 per serving doesn't mean it's actually 0 per serving. By law manufacturers can put 0 if the carb count is .9 or less per serving.

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  6. My thoughts exactly.. looks yummy but fake news

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  7. Thank you so much! Even though some carbs, still I can get my cheesecake fix with fewer carbs than the real deal!!!

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  8. hate it when people get the nutrition facts from the air. don't post it's 0 carbs when it is not even close.

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