Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins
I got this from a friend that was on Atkins. I have diabetic family members and decided to take it to a family dinner! Wow, those that weren't diabetic couldn't tell.
- Mix cream cheese in mixer until smooth.
- Add sour cream.
- Add 1 egg at a time.
- Add remaining ingredients and mix until smooth.
- Spray a pie pan with PAM and pour in cheesecake mixture. Place cheesecake in a larger pan with enough water so that the water goes up 1/3 to 1/2 up the side of your cheesecake.
- Bake 38-45 minutes at 375 degrees.
- If you are concerned about fat and calories you may use lite cream cheese or a combination of regular and lite.
- Note though that doing so will add carbs to the recipe and it may effect the texture.
Great cheesecake! I added a bottom crust of ground up walnuts, unsweetened coconut, Splenda and butter and added some cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter. Then I made a topping (to put on the cooked cheesecake) of chopped apples, cooked until just soft with a sauce using water, cornstarch, a little Splenda, cinnamon, nutmeg and a pinch of ginger. I already had it in a springform pan before I read the part about cooking it in a pan of water, so I omitted that and just baked it. It came out perfectly! A great diabetic dessert.
Excellent! This is a huge hit every time I make it! Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup works well mixed in, or as a topping.
AWESOME! I was debating between this recipe and another one but I'm so glad that I chose this one! It's so creamy & came out beautifully! I did make it more low fat by subbing with fat free & reduced fat cream cheese as well as fat free sour cream and egg substitute. I also used a chocolate crust & swirled in some raspberry Polaner jelly. We had the whole thing ate in a couple of days! With my brands, I calculated 8 servings at 4WW points. It's so hard to find a "diet" cheesecake that tastes like the real thing. Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe that will definitely be a keeper for us!