Spoil Your Loved One With This Romantic Dessert!
Surprise your sweetheart with this wickedly indulgent yet sugar-free raspberry cheesecake mousse. It’s easy on the eyes as well as the hips and just screams romance!
Love at First Bite…
This raspberry cheesecake mousse is oozing with love. It’s the perfect dessert for Valentine’s, special anniversaries and stay-at-home date nights.
This raspberry cheesecake mousse tastes so good it’s hard to believe it’s made without sugar!
This low carb sugar-free dessert uses ingredients commonly found in most low carb, keto kitchens. To make it, you’ll need the following:
♥ Fresh and frozen raspberries
♥ Philadelphia cream cheese
♥ Heavy whipping cream
♥ Sugar-free vanilla extract
♥ Sugar-free red velvet baking emulsion
♥ Sugar-free sweeteners (xylitol, erythritol, and EZ-Sweetz)
Using Lorann’s red velvet bakery emulsion adds depth to the berries in this recipe and gives this raspberry cheesecake mousse its gorgeous pink colour. It’s my new secret weapon!
I use my faithful old KitchenAid stand mixer to make this recipe. The one I have is a soft pistachio colour but there are so many shades to choose from. Here’s a small sample. Aren’t they pretty?
Being able to swap between bowls makes mixing a breeze! It’s one of my best buys ever!
I may or may not be known as the kitchen gadget queen. All I can say is having the right equipment makes life in the kitchen a whole lot easier. Buy right—buy once. Works for me!
Spending time in the kitchen is the best place to be—especially when love is in the air—and you’re making something special for the one that you love.
Great food, great company…
A beautiful table set for two. Lights down low. Sultry music playing in the background. It might sound schmaltzy but it’s kinda nice to pull out all the stops now and then, don’t you think?
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Sugar-Free Raspberry Cheesecake Mousse Recipe
- 8 oz. [250g] Philadelphia cream cheese room temperature and cut into cubes
- 1 T powdered xylitol*
- 1 T powdered erythritol
- 4 drops EZ-Sweetz
- 1/2 tsp. red velvet extract
- 1 T vanilla extract
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
For Raspberry Syrup:
- 2 cups frozen raspberries
- 1 T xylitol
- 1 T erythritol
- 2 drops EZ-Sweetz
- 1/4 cup water
For Whipped Cream:
- 4 cups heavy whipping cream
- 2 tsp. powdered xylitol
- 2 tps. powdered erythritol
- 1 drop EZ-Sweetz
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- Fresh raspberries for layers and decoration**
- Put all ingredients **EXCEPT FROZEN BERRIES** into stand mixer bowl (or use a hand mixer and a large bowl). Beat on low speed to combine, then increase speed and beat until smooth.
- Add frozen raspberries to cheesecake mix and beat until raspberries are fully incorporated, and the mixture is smooth. Cover the bowl containing cheesecake mix with cling wrap and put in the fridge.
- Put raspberries in a small frying pan or saucepan over a low heat.
- Add xylitol, erythritol, and EZ-Sweez to the water and stir until dissolved. Add sweetened water to raspberries in the pan.
- Using a wooden spoon or spatula, press down on raspberries and stir the mixture over low to medium heat, until berries break down, liquid reduces, and mixture reaches a thin, syrup consistency.
- Empty raspberry syrup into jug (easier to pour later). Cool in fridge.
- Put all ingredients in stand mixer bowl. Beat cream mix on low speed until it begins to thicken, then increase to medium speed until soft peaks form (do not overbeat).
- Remove cheesecake mixture from fridge and add half of the freshly whipped cream mixture to the cheesecake mixture. Fold in cream until fully combined.
- Put three fresh raspberries into the bottom of each serving dish. Using half of the cheesecake mixture, spoon cheesecake mixture over raspberries, spreading evenly with back of small spoon.
- Add 1 T of whipped cream to each dish and spread out evenly to the edge of the dishes, then top with three more fresh raspberries.
- Remove raspberry syrup from fridge and pour a little over raspberries in each dish, until all the syrup has been used.
- Add another layer of cheesecake mixture to each dish, until all of the cheesecake mixture has been used.
Decorate and Chill
- Spoon remainder of whipped cream into a piping bag and use a large star-shaped tip to pipe swirls of cream into each dish (or just spoon on dollops of whipped cream if preferred). Top each dish with three fresh raspberries.
- Place dessert dishes onto a tray and chill in the fridge until ready to serve. Enjoy!
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