After losing 80 lbs by following a restricted calorie, low carb, keto diet, I use this blog to share easy and delicious recipes from around the world with foodies who enjoy good food, but don’t always have the time to cook elaborate meals. I’ve chosen to keep it largely ad-free, except for a few helpful affiliate links.
I am not a professional blogger. In fact, what I really do for a living is to run Tasseologic (www.tasseologic.com) which is a data-driven CRM agency. I have a doctorate in Experimental Psychology, and I use what I learned as a scientist to help drive incremental ROI via marketing.
I use my Instant Pot a lot, and I enjoy a variety of cuisines, so you’ll see lots of recipes from India, Mexico, Thailand, Korea, etc. in the blog. I hope you enjoy the recipes, and I’d love to hear from you as you try one.
If you’d like to purchase the e-cookbooks I’ve written, click here: https://twosleevers.com/shop/ Read More…
This is very delicous. I would have liked a deeper cheescake so next time i will double the ingredients. A great dessert for diabetics as it is so low in carbs. Thank you.
What is swerve?
I added a vanilla cookie crust
And blueberry reduction topping
Swerve is a natural sweetener that you can get powdered or granulated
Is this ingredient swerve, common in most grocery stores, and what could you sub for it if you can’t aquire it. Thanks!
I found it to be too tart and not very sweet. Tried it a 2nd time thinking maybe i missed something but it was the same. Not a big fan of this one.
Swerve is a sweetener made with Stevia. It is not a chemical sweetner like Sweet n Low, but of natural Stevia which is a plant, with no carbs. I use more than the recipe calls for, and besides Swerve, I use lemon flavored Stevia drops. It makes it a bit more like lemon cheesecake. I also take my ricotta cheese, and i first blend it until smooth in my Ninja blender. Then, if it has to much liquid, I drain it, saving the liquid for soup, as it has vitamins in it.
Swerve isn’t Stevia. Its Erythritol, which is natural sweetner. It tastes just like sugar, unlike Stevia which has a bitter aftertaste
Really easy and tasty.
I used 12 oz of cream cheese and omitted the ricotta completely. It was fantastic. I will make again – next time with orange juice, orange zest and orange extract! Delicious.
Forgot to mention, that I don’t practice Keto -so I used 1/4 cup of granulated sugar – turned out perfect!
I made this with an almond and Graham cracker crust, it was very creamy. I added a little more ricotta to just finish off the tub, it ended up needing to pressure cook for 10 more minutes, but it ended up very good.
Mine came out like crap!