No-Bake Chocolate Cheesecake-For-1 🍫 gluten free & keto

43 comments

  1. Sammy says:

    I made this and it wasn’t my favorite because of the sour cream(I realized I’m not a big fan of the sourness or tangyness) but it still was a good cheesecake and I’d like to make it again if I can sub out the sour cream for some whipping cream. Would that work Paola or do you have any other suggestions that I could sub it out with? It’s really just a personal taste thing.

    • Paola says:

      HWC would work too! Just keep in mind that sour cream is traditional of cheesecake to up the tanginess (which you don’t like lol!), just an FYI 😉 xo!

  2. Lilly says:

    Oh this is just amazing! One of my guests can’t eat almonds so I replaced the almond flour with an equal amount of coconut flour and added slightly more butter because coconut flour’s more absorbent. The coconut toasted beautifully and added a real depth of flavour! I can see myself coming back to this again and again.

    • Paola says:

      YES!! Another reader recently suggested via instragram toasting coconut flakes for this recipe and it does work great! I’ll have to try it with coconut flour too thank yoU!

  3. Candace says:

    This looks amazing!
    How many times would I need to multiply this for it to fit a regular pie plate?

    • Paola says:

      Thank you Candace! You would do 4x for a shallow dish and 8x for a deep-dish (regular-sized cheesecake). xo!

  4. Ellen says:

    I made this today to serve tomorrow for Mother’s Day. I broke it down even smaller so I have 4 servings. It will just be my husband and I We are having steak and salad so I didn’t want a lot of dessert. I have to tell you I tasted the filling and it is glorious!! We are both watching our carbs so this really fits the bill. I’ll put a dollop of whipped cream on top and we will be in heaven. Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. EvMarie says:

    Truly amazing! Was just going to taste it but had to eat the whole serving. This is truly my fav Keto dessert so far, and that Valrhona, wow! You are awesome! Thanks!

  6. Jennifer Morgan says:

    Hi! I can’t use almond flour due to my husbands nut allergy. Do you have any experience on using coconut flour?

    • Paola says:

      Hi Jennifer! Unfortunately coconut flour wouldn’t work here. But have you tried something like sunflower seed flour? That would work quite well, a bit of a different taste but should do the trick. xo!

  7. Suzie says:

    I should have read the part about using the blender on the regular Swerve! I made this last night & it is amazing!! Ok mine is a little gritty thanks to not reading.. LOL hoping leaving it in the fridge overnight will help the sugar break down.

    The best part of this, besides the taste, is that it’s a mousse like consistency without the overwhelming taste of heavy cream.

    I will make this again!!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Suzie! So happy you loved it! And yup on the sweetener…! So thank you for reporting back, as it’s always very helpful to other readers 😉 xo!

    • Paola says:

      I used unsalted here, but salted would work well if you’re into chocolate with salt. Even sprinkling with flakey sea salt works great here xo

  8. sue rhodes says:

    your nutrition info above is for 2 servings correct? i split it into 5 portions, trying to figure out the easy way to figure it all out can you help me? and i love this recipe

    • Paola says:

      Hi Sue! I’m not on my desktop so I cannot calculate it for you, but multiply the nutrition label by 2 first and then divide it by 5. Happy you loved it! xo

      • Jan says:

        Hi, I think that as this recipe has the words “FOR ONE” in the name, that it would be helpful and avoid confusion to indicate in the macros that the serving size is 1/2 of the recipe. I know you said it in the text of the article, but not everyone will read all that. Was yummy by the way !

  9. Eleni Jae says:

    This was absolutely delicious and perfect for Valentine’s day. Very rich and creamy. Thank you for this great dessert!

  10. Linda says:

    I made this for hubby and I for Valentines Day. I was so glad it only made a serving for two, otherwise we would have gone back for seconds. It was absolutely delicious and 100 percent hubby approved.

    I had to whip up some heavy cream with sweetener and fold into the cream cheese mixture because it was very thick, very crumbly at first but kept mixing it with the blender. It could have been that I added the 4 tablespoons of the cocoa and sweetener all at once and should have mixed in a little at a time to make sure the mixture was creamy. Thank you for the delicious recipes!

  11. rk says:

    This looks great and I just want to say thank you for authoring a blog that isn’t excessively cluttered with ads and buries the recipe at the bottom of an endless story that no one cares about.

    So thanks for that! XD

  12. Kelly H says:

    I don’t know how I’ve only just found you, when I’ve been keto for four years now, but I make your recipes and send them to everyone! So excited to have found you 🙂 This was FANTASTIC. The sour cream in cheesecake is always the best. Thanks

    • Paola says:

      Hi Kelly!! So happy you’re enjoying the recipes (and thank you for sharing around!!). The site is actually fairly new (think only a few months old!). And thanks so much for reporting back on this one (yes! sour cream in cheesecake is the absolute best lol!) xo!

  13. kat says:

    Your cheesecake for 1 is mine and my hubby’s favorite keto dessert! Cannot wait to try this version! Thank you Paola

  14. soraya miller says:

    the problem with you posting this is that I’d already settled for making the Tiramisu-for-1 for vday and now I don’t know which one!! do you have a favorite one?!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Soraya! Ufff that’s a tough one! Tbh I’m not sure if I could pick one from the other! Make both??!!!

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