Keto Cheesecake Stuffed Brownies Recipe

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This recipe is a spin-off from my favorite keto flourless brownie recipe with a few adjustments. Because the cheesecake filling offers a bit more moisture and weight, the brownie base needed to be more substantial. The addition of almond flour gives this dessert just enough structure to stand up to creamy pockets of cheesecake while still being fudgy and a little gooey!

Read the full recipe with full nutrition breakdown and step-by-step pictures over at:

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Ingredients:
For the Filling
8 ounces cream cheese
1/4 cup granulated erythritol
1 large egg

For the Brownie
3 ounces low carb milk chocolate
5 tablespoons butter
3 large eggs
1/2 cup granulated erythritol
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup almond flour

Nutrition Summary:
This makes a total of 16 servings of Keto Cheesecake Stuffed Brownies. Each serving comes out to be 143.94 Calories, 13.48g Fat, 1.9g Net Carbs, and 3.87g Protein.
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  1. Hi, thanks for this…

    However, I must point out that weight loss will be far quicker if anyone on the Keto diet accepts zero sugar AND sweeteners, inc low sugar berries/fruit.

    Reason being is that even the sweet taste on the tongue (from sweeteners), has been scientifically proven to trigger insulin production. Insulin is the 'fat storing' hormone – period. When insulin is in the blood, fat burning will stop/slow. True, it will continue to fat burn once it's out, but why put the body through this vicious cycle and slow weight loss? This is the biggest stumbling block to anyone on the Keto diet and trying to loose weight is the use of any kind of sweeteners to make deserts, cookies, cakes etc to satisfy their sugar cravings – even though they are zero cals.

    Finally and more importantly, sweeteners alter the bacterial balance in the gut, which makes the bacteria start producing glucose (carbs) even though you have not eaten any. This then triggers insulin release again, making a vicious cycle and making weight-loss much, much slower, whilst wrecking havoc on your gut flora balance.

    Please, anyone on the Keto diet for weight loss, just accept that when you're on this diet, you HAVE to say goodbye to your sweet tooth – it won't be for long. You will notice a huge difference when you do.

    And when you've reached your goals and begin to eat normally, you WILL put back on 'some' water weight if you start eating carbs again, but try and maintain a well balanced diet, with more vegetables and protein in, but keeping to your maximum calorie needs – otherwise you'll put it all back on again and more, like so many others do.

    Hope that helps a few people. Be well all and good luck.

  2. Omg I made these yesterday and they taste JUST like non-keto cheesecake brownies!! I used confectioners swerve instead of granulated, and accidentally added about two tbsp more butter and it is DIVINE!! It tastes even better after leaving it in the fridge to set overnight and then eating it or reheating it again lol!

  3. I made these last night and they are AMAZING. However, I was getting inpatient waiting for my order of erythritol to arrive to I instead used xylitol as I had it already in my cupboard. The cake batter turned out perfectly and similar to the consistency of yours in video once I had added the butter and chocolate but the cream cheese mixture was super runny, so layering brownie mixture on top of it meant that I had to almost combine the two together. Do you think that is the sugar? I'm going to give it a go using your recipe once this batch runs out but wondered if you had an opinion on it? I used full fat cream cheese.

  4. I made this last night as my first time making a keto dessert and still new to the keto concept. This looked good so I had to try it. At first bite, I was like oh yeah you can definitely tell the difference with sugar but as I continued to eat it, this is really good that I am going to make this as my go to dessert. Followed the directions, very easy to follow!! Thanks for the recipe!!

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