Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies

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These keto raspberry cheesecake brownies are the PERFECT low-carb dessert for Valentine’s Day! I just love the swirled tops and the fudgy keto brownie paired with the tart raspberry cheesecake is a match made in heaven.

These brownies are RICH, so if you’d like to cut them into 18 servings instead of 9 you’d probably be just fine. This would also work well if you’re taking these to a party!

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Nutritional values (per serving)

4.6 grams 3.8 grams 8 grams 25.2 grams 12.7 grams 264 calories
Total Carbs8.4grams
Fiber3.8grams
Net Carbs4.6grams
Protein8grams
Fat25.2grams
of which Saturated12.7grams
Calories264kcal
Magnesium64mg (16% RDA)
Potassium240mg (12% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (7%), protein (12%), fat (81%)

Ingredients (makes 9 servings)

Cheesecake layer:
  • cream cheese (240 g/ 8.5 oz)
  • 1/3 cup granulated Erythritol or Swerve (65 g/ 2.3 oz)
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 tsp sugar-free vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup fresh raspberries (30 g/ 1.1 oz)
Brownie layer:
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Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 175 °C/ 350 °F (fan assisted) and line an 20 x 20 cm (8 x 8 inch) brownie pan with parchment.
  2. For the cheesecake layer combine all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
    Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies
  3. For the brownie layer combine all of the dry ingredients in a medium bowl and mix until well combined. Add in the eggs, melted butter and vanilla extract and mix until smooth.
    Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies
  4. Transfer all but 1/2 cup of the brownie batter to the pan then top with the cheesecake layer. Mix the remaining brownie batter with 2 tablespoons of almond milk.
  5. Place the remaining brownie batter on top in 4 dollops then use a knife to swirl the batter into the cheesecake.
    Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies
  6. Transfer to the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes until set.
    Let cool completely then slice.
    Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies
  7. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one week.
    Raspberry Cheesecake Keto Brownies
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Comments (15)

After 40 minutes it still wasn’t cooked through. Had to throw the whole thing out. So disappointed!

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I'm sorry to hear that Christina but this temperature and time should cook it just fine. All our recipes are tested and that is one of the reasons we include step-by-step photos.
I'm not sure what happened but it's not the recipe. I assume you may be living in high altitudes? At high altitudes, air pressure is lower, so foods take longer to bake. Temperatures and/or bake times may need to be increased. If it wasn't set you didn't have to throw it away, you could have just baked it for a little longer.
Also, keep in mind that the cheesecake layer will seem a little wobbly until it is completely cooled and chilled.

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Hi,
For the brownie layer, do you add the melted butter with the eggs and vanilla? Just to be sure...
Thanks!

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That's correct, thank you!

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These are pretty good. My brownie batter was too thick to swirl. I used less sweetener than called for mostly because too much erythritol busts my belly. I think they need some brightening, like a touch of lemon juice and probably some raspberry flavoring.  Also, frankly, I think most keto dessert bloggers make the "real" thing for photos because keto desserts never, ever look like their photos.  I speak from trying different recipes from different bloggers for almost 2 years now.
All in all, a decent cheesecake brownie.  

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Thank you Julie, I always use sweetener to taste - this would be too sweet for me too so I'd personally halve the sweetener. When it comes to photos, I don't know about others but I NEVER EVER used the "real" thing for photos. That would be totally unprofessional and just wasted food.
Having said that I did see many photos like that on Pinterest (e.g. when you see a fluffy white bagel you know there is no way it's low-carb). It really bothers me because it creates the wrong impression and false expectations. And it seems that this also make us who never fake it look bad.
I think I'll speak for all decent food bloggers when I say that the recipes we photograph are always fine tuned to perfection when it comes to styling, lighting, etc. I am aware that they may "look better" but it's our job to make them look appetising. We are professionals after all. Instead of faking it, we use tricks, for example:
- spray oil on food to make it look juicier, especially when food takes too long to photograph and it dries out.
- adding some freshly cut veggies in a cooked meal just to keep the colours happy (overcooking or even just cooking may make them look dull).
- photo editing (adjusting brightness, sharpness, saturation, etc). I personally keep my photos as natural as possible.
- placing a piece of cloth in boiling water and then placing it behind a plate to make it look steamy.
Fun fact: In some cases my readers shared better looking photos than mine on social media and I'm not talking about styling but the way the meals look, especially these Keto Buns: Ultimate Keto Buns

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What cream cheese would you recommend for this recipie?

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Hi Maggie, you can use Philadelphia that is widely available.

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Absolutely loved this recipe 👌🏻
My non keto friends were very impressed … & it was so easy to make, especially in my thermomix . 😋😋

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Thank you Bron!

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Disregard my previous comment! I was reading it as tablespoons. Lord help me! 🤦🏻‍♀️

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No problem! I hope you enjoy!

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It’s says a stick of butter but than says 4oz. Which is half a stick. Which is it? Right now I only have 4oz. in but it’s so thick I can barely stir it. Thinking I’m going to add another 4oz. and see what happens.
🤞🏻😁

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Just made this! I ended up making 2 batches, the first was very sweet so I left out some of the Erythritol and everything seems to have turned out well. That first batch -you can’t even tell it’s Keto Friendly! Amazing! Thank you ladies for the awesome recipe 😀

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Thank you Mel, I'm glad you enjoyed!

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