This Keto pumpkin cheesecake recipe is so creamy and delicious! I can’t wait to make some next holiday season. Pumpkins are one of my favorite seasonal flavors.
Did you know pumpkin is Keto Friendly? I was amazed when I found out because so many vegetables/fruits are so high in carbohydrates. However pumpkin is one of the lowest carb produce. With only 8 grams per one cup. Pumpkins make the best keto cheesecake recipes.
Pumpkins are a breed of squash that is fat and round. They are usually deep orange and contains edible pulp and seeds. You can even use the slimy stuff to make purée or jam. Pumpkins are one of the oldest domesticated plants. They make great keto pumpkin cheesecake recipes.
Stevia is a great sugar substitute. It’s not a fake sugar substitute like Splenda. Stevia is extracted from plant species Stevia rebaudiana. The body does not metabolize the glycosides in stevia. Stevia makes great Keto cheesecake recipes.
However you can use whatever sweetener you prefer as there are many types. If you’re not interested in low carb simply replace all sugar free sweeteners with the real sugar version! Keto pumpkin recipes taste great with Keto sweeteners.
Are pumpkins keto? Yes pumpkins are suitable for the Keto diet. They are low in carbohydrates and dense in nutrients. The nutritional contents of 100 grand of pumpkins is:
100 grams of pumpkin contains around 100 calories, 6.5 carbohydrates, .5 grams of fiber, and 1 gram protein.
CheeseCake has always been one of my favorite desserts. Being able to eat fat bombs like this is the best part about Ketopumpkin cheesecake. Other than the weight loss of course.
Cream cheese is so delicious! It’s basically has no carbs. It’s made from milk and cream. Cream cheese is meant to be consumed fresh and comparable to mascarpone. It’s very low in carbs and is rich in calcium. Keto cheesecake recipes like this pumpkin one are perfect for low carb diets.
I have two kids and my plate is FULL. I admire all you moms with a lot of kids! What are your plans for the summer vacation?
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