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3 Ingredient Guilt-free, No-bake Chocolate Protein Cheesecake [low carb, grain-free]

Love cheesecake, but wish it was healthier? Try out this 3 ingredient guilt free, no bake, high protein chocolate cheesecake recipe. Don’t be turned off by the “secret” ingredient. This is a low carb, diabetic friendly, low carb, grain-free dessert that is sure to please. This is a single serving recipe that is easily multiplied if you want to make an entire batch. Just let the recipe adjuster tool do the math for you!

3 ingredient chocolate protein cheesecake and a dash of cinnamon

I think it’s about time I share with you some of my cheesecake recipes. People who know me know that I love cottage cheese and generally try to hoard it if I find it on sale, or as a side on a menu. I always order it (double if possible lol) and always save it to bring home. Why? Well this is the reason. I make healthy cheesecakes with it! This is the basic recipe for it to get you started, but I have a lot more coming in the future! GET EXCITED!

Step 1. Throw all ingredients in to a food processor

Pre-blend

Pre-blend

Step 2. Blend until smooth

After blending

After blending

Step 3. FREEZER TIME! (Transferring to another dish is optional.Read instructions/notes below if you want to make pretty, stand alone cheesecakes).

Getting ready for the freezer

Getting ready for the freezer

Step 4. Once firm, go ahead and flip it out of your dish if desired (Again, optional)

3 ingredient chocolate protein cheesecake and a dash of cinnamon

Nice and firm

Step 5. EAT AND SAVOR AND ENJOY YOUR HEALTHY CHEESECAKE!

3 ingredient chocolate protein cheesecake and a dash of cinnamon

But easy enough to cut through with a fork

So just for you guys, I decided I’d share with you something I eat ALL the time. It’s super easy, super tasty and super forgiving if you -say- freeze it too long, or let it sit too long. I’ve got lots of different recipes stored up for you, but this is the basic one and the one I eat the most so I figured I’d give you this to start with and figure out and you can look forward to more cheesecake recipes coming your way!

What is your favorite cheesecake?

3 ingredient chocolate protein cheesecake and a dash of cinnamon
3 Ingredient Guilt-free, No-bake, High protein, Chocolate Cheesecake
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Servings Prep Time
1 2 minutes
Passive Time
45 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 2 minutes
Passive Time
45 minutes
3 ingredient chocolate protein cheesecake and a dash of cinnamon
3 Ingredient Guilt-free, No-bake, High protein, Chocolate Cheesecake
Yum
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
1 2 minutes
Passive Time
45 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 2 minutes
Passive Time
45 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients to a food processor and process until smooth
  2. If you want it to be a stand alone as pictured, use a greased ramekin or dish of choice depending on number of servings you are hoping to make. (If you want to leave it in the dish, then no greasing is needed). Use a spatula to place mixture into dish of choice.
  3. Pop in the freezer for ~45 minutes (It should be firm to the touch, but not solid)
  4. If want stand alone, use a knife along the edges and flip over onto serving plate. If not, just serve from the dish and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

*If you forget about it in the freezer, don't worry! Just take it out and place in the fridge to thaw out a bit.

*Too soft, don't worry about that either! Just stick back in the freezer for a little bit. It's a very forgiving recipe.

I honestly usually just stick my food processor bowl and lid (without the blade) into the freezer and eat it straight from there. Less to do and less to clean. But, if you are looking to serve these, then feel free to place them in ramekins and pop them out like I have here!

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