Keto Matcha Cheesecake | Low-Carb No-Bake Cheesecake Recipe | Sugar-Free Matcha Cheesecake. Enjoy it!
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Clearly, there are many diet plans in the world. Choosing one diet over another can be a daunting task.
Therefore, once the choice has been made, and prepping healthy meals is the next step, sticking to your chosen diet is of paramount importance. A lack of focus is often to blame for weight loss failure. You could very well wind up back at the starting line.
It’s really a good idea to build up a diet-focused recipe library on your computer or device. If you’re going low-calorie, then compile low-calorie recipes. If you’re a low-carber, then you’ll want low-carb recipes.
Hopping from one diet to the next is certainly something that I’ve done in the past. And when I really think about it, there’s only one reason why…
Food and beverages that one program forbids you to consume, another, seemingly equally legitimate diet program fully permits. It’s always super tempting to dabble. And counter-arguments can be pretty compelling. And let’s not lie to ourselves. Cooking videos are, in many instances, pretty damned will-weakening. 😉
Clearly, you need to stick to your chosen diet plan long enough to see results. At the end of the day, eating healthy foods and not going into a crazy caloric surplus may be enough to help you reach your goals.
Makes sense when you really think about it. Put the right amounts of the right fuel into your body, and reap the rewards of a healthy body and physique. This is especially true if our activity levels are relatively high.
No doubt that this is standard, conventional advice. There’s probably good reason for this!
Not all diets are calorically restrictive though. Many diets have more of a macro-nutrient ratio focus. Failure to adhere to your diet’s particular ratio may compromise your weight loss results.
At least stick with one thing long enough to see results!
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2 + 1/2 cups (460g) cream cheese, softened (room temperature, about two 8oz. packages)
3/4 cup (160g) powdered erythritol or xylitol (you can sub half of this out for 1 tsp. of liquid stevia)
1 cup (250ml) heavy whipping cream
3 tbsp. (18g) matcha (Japanese green tea powder)
2 tsp. (10ml) vanilla extract
1/2 cup (48g) nut flour or ground nuts + a few drops of liquid stevia (OR 8 crushed small low-carb cookies)
2 tbsp. (30ml) melted butter
1/2 tsp. (2.5ml) vanilla extract
1/4 tsp. salt (omit if using salted butter)
1. Line your 9″ circular baking tin / similar container with wax paper or cling wrap (skip this if using a springform pan).
2. Next, add all the crust ingredients to a medium bowl, mix them well and then microwave for 30-45 seconds, stirring every 15 seconds to ensure even heating and prevent burning in one spot (this microwaving step is optional, but it makes the crust crunchy which gives a nice contrast to the creamy filling). Press the crust mixture evenly into the bottom of your prepared container. Freeze this while you make the filling.
3. Matcha powder likes to clump together (similar to cocoa powder) so before adding it to the cream cheese filling, first whisk it together with the powdered erythritol. Next, take a few teaspoons of the cream plus all of the vanilla and slowly whisk them into the matcha mixture. Once this mixture is thick, smooth, and all the lumps have dissolved, slowly incorporate the remaining cream a little at a time until it has all been mixed in. Chill this mixture in the freezer for 3-4 minutes before whipping to soft peaks (if it’s too thick to whip, just add it as it is).
4. Beat the cream cheese until fluffy, then fold in the sweetened matcha cream.
5. Spoon the filling into your prepared pan, tapping the container on a hard surface to pop any large air bubbles inside and help flatten out the surface of the cheesecake.
6. Cover the cheesecake container with a lid or cling wrap and refrigerate 4 hours minimum, or even overnight. Use a hot knife to cut smooth slices when serving.