I wanted to make another sugar free no bake cheesecake using gelatine because I wasn’t too happy about the sweeteners used in the other recipes. I use weight watchers sugar free jelly for the ease, simplicity and convenience, but take a few extra minutes and make this recipe using gelatine and stevia. As always, the choice is yours.
I have to say that this sugar free no bake lemon cheesecake is my favourite cheesecake I have ever developed. It can be poured into one large dish to be served, or make individual ramekin dishes. Serve with whipped cream and thin slices of lemon.
Need a quick dessert idea? No Bake Blueberry Cheesecake is a great dessert when you want something really quick, really easy and real food. To make them set even faster, pour into individual ramekin dishes and place a few frozen berries onto the mixture. It will set in just an hour or two.
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Are you over your fear of fat?
If you are hungry do you reach for carbs, protein or a healthy fat? If you want to keep your carbs low, you must limit your carbs and protein, so fat bombs are the secret to keeping hunger at bay. Remember these 2 vital points – before you increase your healthy fat intake you MUST lower your carbs otherwise you are back on the standard American diet (SAD) which is high fat and high carbs AND the fat you eat must be a healthy fat, coconut oil, butter, extra virgin olive oil, etc.
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