Raspberry Surprise No Bake Cheesecake | Keto Dessert Recipes

Raspberry Surprise No Bake Cheesecake | Keto Dessert Recipes

July 27, 2019 19 By William Morgan


Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com. Before beginning this recipe, I want to thank everyone who has subscribed,
commented, liked or watched any of my videos on YouTube,
because today I’m celebrating our second anniversary of this YouTube channel, and it’s also my birthday
so for this special occasion, I wanted to make and share with you my
raspberry surprise no bake cheesecake
this cheesecake is a wonderful combination of a smooth and creamy lemony no-bake cheesecake with a
complementary raspberry center, and I really like this cheesecake because it’s also very beautiful, both inside and out and
the macronutrient ratio for this recipe, with the garnish as shown, is four point six to one, with ten point one gram of total carbs,
one point four grams of dietary fiber, resulting in eight point seven grams of net carbs per serving
although the carbs may seem high,
the slices are quite generous
but if you don’t want to add the fruit garnish, here are the macronutrients
As you can see, not adding the fruit improves the ratio and reduces the carbs per serving. Now let’s get started
There are two parts to this recipe. First, you have to make a batch of my cooked raspberry jelly, with just a couple modifications
I’d like to mention that because raspberries are out of season at the moment,
I’m using frozen raspberries that have no sugar or anything else added
Begin by putting the berries into a small pot. The link for my cooked raspberry jelly will be posted in the description below
but just to highlight the instructions, the other modification you have to make to this version of the jelly is
instead of using two envelopes you only use one, in other words
7.2 grams of powdered gelatin instead of the 14.4 as per the original recipe
By reducing the gelatin, you’re still getting a bit of firmness
but it’s not a complete jelly, like a gummy bear texture. And to your raspberries
add your sweetener ground to a confectionery powder
and as you’re cooking the raspberries don’t mash them because in this version you
actually wanted larger chunks and pieces of your raspberries. You want a coarser texture, and it also looks very nice when you cut into it
stir gently
and then allow the raspberry mixture to come to a light simmer
And what you have to do is just simmer this mixture until the sweetener has completely dissolved
Then allow the jelly to cool slightly and pour it into a six-inch or 15.25 centimeter
springform pan that you have lined with cling wrap
you’ll find that the cling wrap works better than parchment in this case. Then place everything into the freezer until
the raspberries are completely frozen
now for part two: when you know that your raspberry mixture has completely frozen and is solid, you can start making the
cheesecake and the first step for this is to line your 8 inch or
20.3 centimeter springform pan with parchment paper both on the bottom and on the sides and
prepare your gelatin: into a small dish add the water and the gelatin powder. Stir until the gelatin is dissolved and set aside
to allow the gelatin to bloom
To a large mixing bowl, or if you’re using your stand mixer,
first place the paddle attachment on and then add the room-temperature soft cream cheese
Then add the sour cream and whip to combine
About one minute will do. Next, I add the confectionery sweetener
you can either stop or add the confectionery sweetener as you continue to whip at very low speed and
then add the vanilla and
the lemon juice
while everything is whipping, remelt the gelatin and pour into the cheesecake mixture while you continue to whip at medium speed, until
all your gelatin has been added and
you have to be extra careful so that the gelatin does not touch the cooler bowl sides
continue whipping until the mixture is very creamy and all the ingredients are well combined as
always with cream cheese and heavy textures like this, don’t forget to stop at least once or twice
scrape the bottom and sides of the pan, and then continue whipping to make sure that you’ve got all the cream cheese
incorporated, and while that’s going on
into a separate mixing bowl at the heavy whipping cream and whip at high speed until you get to the soft peak stage and
the last part of making the cheesecake is to add the whipped cream into the cheesecake mixture and fold gently or
whip at low speed until everything is well combined
Next pour half of your cheesecake mixture into a lined springform pan and then refrigerate for about 30 minutes
this will be just enough time for the cheesecake to firm up and
to be stiff enough in order that you can place your raspberry jelly on top without it sinking into the cheesecake
Now it’s time to get the raspberry frozen jelly from the freezer. Remove it from the springform pan and
peel off the liner
place the frozen raspberry jelly into the center of the first layer of the cheesecake and
If you’ve got the bottom still on peel that off at this time
Then pour the rest of the cheesecake mixture on top of the raspberry jelly
Spread the cheesecake around so that it forms a nice even layer and then use an offset spatula
to smooth out the top of the cake. Spend a little extra time and make it really nice and smooth and glossy. The
presentation will be much nicer if you do so. Then you just simply place the cheesecake back into the refrigerator
Leave the cheesecake in the refrigerator until it’s completely firm and well set. I find letting it set overnight is best
But a few hours will also do except they’ll be a little bit softer. When the cheesecake is firm
the first thing you do is remove the springform pan and peel off the parchment paper then
depending how you want to serve it, with or without the garnish,
The cheesecake will look beautiful – just
simple and plain and
creamy white
So you can choose to serve it plain like this or decorate with fresh fruit as I’m about to do, because this is a special
occasion
Now I’m going to walk you through the steps of how to decorate
I have cut four medium ripe strawberries in half, so that each half has a few green leaves and
the easiest way to make sure that my strawberries are spaced evenly is to first put my strawberry at the 12 o’clock position,
with the leaves facing the outside, and the next strawberry at the six o’clock position
then three and nine o’clock and then place a strawberry halfway in between each of these
Next I place two raspberries between each of the strawberry halves
I like to place one raspberry with its opening towards the center and the other towards the outside
I think it just looks nicer that way and continue doing this all the way around and if you have any raspberries left over
fill in any of the white spaces with a third little raspberry
The last thing I did was to add the blueberries which I staggered as shown. To me,
this looks very happy and festive, don’t you think? One of the really nice things I like about this raspberry surprise
no bake cheesecake is that you can actually serve at any time of the year at all
I also like this cake because if I’m serving it to someone who has not had my cheesecake before
When I cut it
they’re so surprised when they see the center. When the cheesecake is done in this way with every single bite
You’ll have the wonderful lemony tartness and smooth texture
complemented by the sweeter raspberry coarser texture
It’s a really wonderful complex mouthfeel. So I hope you give this cheesecake a try. Before ending
I would like to thank each and every person who has taken time to watch any of my videos and especially a great big
Thank you for all of you people who have subscribed and turned on their notification bell and going into the third year
I hope my recipe videos and macro information as provided are very helpful to you
See you next time. In the description below, you’ll find both the link to the printable
Raspberry Surprised No Bake Cheesecake and the Keto Raspberry Jelly video