Low Carb Cheesecake
To be more precise, this is an extremely smooth, gentle, meltable, orangey Low-Carb High-Fat Cheesecake. Being in the mid of orange season here, I can’t help but use real oranges! This is the reason I’m naming this piece of delightfulness Low Carb Orange Ricotta Cheesecake instead of Keto or Keto-friendly Cheesecake. Yeah, I dare! Naturally, if you’ve been extremely cautious about your keto lifestyle, I suggest you replace the real juice in the recipe with orange oil or something similar. It should not ruin the smoothness or delightfulness of this Ricotta cheesecake.
Admittedly, staring Winter in the eyes and having all these fruits of Autumn at hand at the same time, approaching Christmas, and so forth, is quite a challenge when it comes to avoiding sweets and junks. Don’t you agree? Just look at this ever inviting piece of orange heaven in the pictures.
Luckily, not avoiding fat but still staying low-carb and sugar-free, allows us to indulge in Holiday season flavors if we just take some time to pamper ourselves with a dessert like this one. Truth be told, I have no idea if oranges are actually supposed to have any connection with Christmas holiday season. My brain does make the association, though. But does it matter? Enjoy your holidays to the max with the flavors you most enjoy! And if you’re generally healthy, do not despair if a higher-carb day comes your way these days. On the contrary; relax, and indulge, mindfully.
Make sure all ingredients are at room temperature and full-fat. Do not use low-fat Ricotta cheese. If you decide to prepare this recipe or tweak it a bit, do share your thoughts and opinions. And if you don’t … tell us why!
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