Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipes

Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipe

Are you a cheesecake lover but suffering from diabetes? Do you crave cheesecakes but can’t savor these yummy treats due to your diabetes issue? Don’t worry! We have sorted out your problem here. Cheesecakes are the creamiest, silkiest desserts, and everyone likes to enjoy these delicacies. However, diabetic people cannot enjoy these yummy treats like other people.

Every diabetic cheese cake recipe in this article is especially for those who feel left out while others enjoy desserts.

Lime Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipe

Lime Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipe

Recipe by Gabrielle KellyCourse: DessertDifficulty: Easy


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  • For Crust
  • Margarine or butter – 3 tablespoons (melted)

  • Graham crackers crumbs – 1 cup

  • Granulated or Equal Spoonful – 2 tablespoons

  • For Filling
  • Low fat cream cheese – 8 ounces

  • Egg whites – 2

  • Full egg – 1

  • Granulated or Equal Spoonful – 2/3 cup

  • Lime peel – (1/2 teaspoon (grated)

  • Fresh lime juice – 3 tablespoon

  • Grated lime peel – for garnishing (optional)


  • First, take graham crackers and put them in the food processor with the butter. Make them into a crumb mixture.
  • Take an 8” circle shaped cake pan or 8” springform pan and put the butter and crumbs mixture in it. Smoothen it out by pressing with fingers.
  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F or 160 degrees C. bake the crust for 8 minutes and let it cool by placing it on the wire rack.
  • Beat cream cheese in a mixing bowl until soft and fluffy. Add the sweetener you are using as the substitute of sugar and blend it well. Using an electric beater will be a great idea here. After that, add in lime peel, juice, and egg whites and keep blending. Now add the egg and beat it well.
  • Spread this cream cheese mixture evenly in the baking pan over the cheesecake crust. Put it again in the oven to bake for 30 minutes. Do the knife test in the center of the cake to see if it is completely baked.
  • Put the cake on a wire rack to cool down. After it reaches room temperature, loosen the cake from the edges of the pan using a metal spatula.
  • Now place the cake in the refrigerator for 6 hours or overnight. This refrigeration is important to get the richest flavor of the cake.
  • Cut the cake into wedges and garnish it with grated lime peel before serving.


  • You can chill it in the refrigerator or serve fresh to your guests.

Nutrition Facts

16 servings per container


  • Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 11g 17%
    • Cholesterol 58mg 20%
    • Sodium 366mg 16%
    • Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
    • Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
      • Protein 9g 18%

        * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

        Chocolate Cheese Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipe

        This delicious recipe contains lower fat than the regular cheese cake, and you get 76% less amount of carbs in it. If you are looking for a Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipe with an exceptional chocolate taste, it is a must-try.

        Diabetic Cheese Cake Recipes




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        • For Crust
        • Almonds – ½ cup (finely ground)

        • For Filling
        • Low fat cream cheese – 24 ounces (softened)

        • Granulated or Equal Spoonful – 1-1/4 cups

        • Chocolate – 4 ounces (melted and cooled)

        • Egg whites – 2

        • Egg – 1

        • Vanilla essence – 2 teaspoons

        • Low fat sour cream – 1 cup

        • Salt – ¼ teaspoon

        • Fresh raspberries – for garnishing (optional)


        • To make the crust of this cheesecake, prepare a 9” springform pan by spraying it. Put the finely ground almonds into the pan and press it lightly using fingers.
        • Beat cream cheese in a mixing bowl until soft and fluffy. Now add Equal to it and beat well. After that, add egg and egg whites and give it a good mix with an electric beater. Add salt and vanilla essence and beat again for a uniform texture. Then, fold in low-fat sour cream and chocolate. Give it one last beat until creamy and smooth.
        • Now pour this prepared mixture on the almond crust evenly. Don’t shake it too much because the almonds crust is not set yet.
        • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F or 160 degrees C. Bake the cake in the oven for 40 to 45 minutes. Check the center of the cake using a knife or toothpick. If a toothpick or knife comes out clean, your cake is ready.
        • Cool the cake by placing it on the wire rack until it reaches room temperature.
        • Loosen the cake from the sides of the pan using a metal spatula. Cover the cheesecake and put it in the refrigerator for six hours. Refrigerating overnight will give the best taste of the cheesecake.
        • Garnish the cake using fresh raspberries or mint before serving. You can sue any other garnishing of your choice also. We suggest cutting the cake into wedges before serving.
        • Nutrition Value:

          Calories: 197, Protein: 7 g, Fat: 16 g, Sodium: 231 mg, Cholesterol: 67 mg, Carbohydrates: 7 g


        • Never overbeat the cheesecake filling. Too much air in the better will result in cracks in the cake.
        • There are many low-carb options available for diabetic people if they cannot have biscuits as the crust. Try nuts and dry fruits like almonds, coconut, or cashew nuts as the crust.
        • There are many low carbs, high fiber variations in wafers, and biscuits available in the market. Do some market search and enjoy your favorite dessert without worrying about the carbs.
        • Always cool your cheesecake well before serving to enjoy the richest aroma and flavor.


        We have presented you with the easiest and most authentic cheesecakes without an overdose of carbs or sugar. Try any one diabetic cheese cake recipe of them and relish the goodness of desserts. We are sure you won’t feel left out again while the others savor those tangy, sweet cheesecakes.

        Happy cooking!

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