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In a small microwavable bowl, mix 1/2 cup chocolate chips, 1 tbsp coconut oil and 2 tbsp heavy whipping cream together and heat in microwave in 20 second increments until melted and smooth. DO NOT OVER HEAT!
Stir the ingredients for the crust until smooth. Make sure to thoroughly incorporate the almond butter. Press into the bottom of a 9-inch springform pan and bake at 350* for 10 minutes. (YOU DON’T HAVE TO BAKE THE CRUST IF YOU DON’T WANT TO)
Bloom the gelatin: Sprinkle the gelatin on top of 2 tbsp cold water. Let sit for 5 minutes. Add 2 tablespoons hot water and stir until it is dissolved.
Meanwhile, in the same bowl you made the crust in, mix the ricotta, cream cheese, sweetener, cinnamon, and vanilla with an electric mixer until smooth. Blend in the bloomed gelatin.
In another bowl, with the electric mixer, beat the cream until stiff peaks form.
Fold 1/3 of the whipped cream into the cheesecake batter using a rubber spatula. Gently fold in the rest.
Fold in the chocolate chips. Pour on top of the prepared crust and spread it around making an even layer. Drizzle cooled chocolate over the top (if using).
Refrigerate for at least 4-6 hours until it had firmed up a little more. It stays soft like a mousse.
These clusters are the perfect combo of my 2 most favorite candy bars: Reese’s and Snickers! They take less than 5 minutes to prepare and there is no baking involved so they are perfect quick summertime treat! YUM!
In a small, microwave-safe mixing bowl, melt peanut butter and white chocolate chips together until smooth in 20 second intervals, stirring in between. Once smooth, add peanuts and stir. Place parchment paper on a plate or cookie sheet and put spoonfuls of mixture on top, sprinkle with Lily’s Chocolate Chips and then place in freezer for about 30 minutes. Store in a freezer ziploc once they set! Enjoy!!
Another super simple, quick, and easy keto treat coming in hot! My kids are obsessed with peanut butter and they have been begging me to make some peanut butter cookies for the last week. They were pleasantly surprised to sit down to a couple fresh baked cookies and a glass of milk for their afternoon snack today.
The keto version is equally delicious and tastes even better with a hot cup of coffee to dunk it into! I use monkfruit sweetener in all of my recipes, especially baked goods, as it doesn’t leave that cooling effect like most sugar substitutes. When looking for natural peanut butter, be sure to read the ingredients list and make sure it’s just peanuts. Added salt is okay, but if you’re doing strict keto, make sure it’s just peanuts with or without salt. Happy baking!
My birthday is just a couple of weeks away and I figured I’d change it up a bit this year and go with one of my childhood cake request faves! This cake takes me back to when my Mom would make a 9×13 yellow cake and top it with a can of chocolate frosting. *drool* Nothing complicated, but so tasty! My Husband isn’t a huge fan of chocolate and said this might be his favorite keto dessert. When I asked him to choose which was his favorite between the Berry Lemon Loaf I made over the weekend and this cake, he chose the cake, much to my surprise. It was basically a tie, but who can pass up a slice of nostalgia?