Mizithra cheese is a Greek cheese made from sheep milk, goat milk, or a mixture of the two. It is white, tangy, and crumbly, and is often used as a topping for Greek dishes such as spanakopita and pasta.
Cheesecake! don’t you just love it? the dance of flavor between sweet and sour, mingling in your mouth with a contrast of rough and smooth texture, making for one of the most loved desserts.
We all know cheesecake isn’t the healthiest option when it comes to good nutrition, but sometimes it's okay to treat yourself to some sweet goodness.
But what if you’re on keto?
We all know desserts such as mizithra cheese cake are a bit heavy on the carbs.
- 1 Oven
- ¼ cup Almond Flour
- ½ cup Coconut Butter
- 24 Oz Cream Cheese
- 2 tbsp Pure Vanilla Extract
- Mizithra Cheese Crust
- 1 Pinch Salt
- ¼ tbsp Cinnamon
- Take all Ingredients in proper measure
Sugar and flour are major components of traditional cheesecake, making the old-time recipe not the greatest of choices when it comes to staying on track with ketosis.
Fear not, because here at Life Renu, we’re all about finding Keto-friendly alternatives to all your favorite recipes, and that includes good old mizithra cheese cake.
This recipe is a no-bake alternative, adding more convenience to your life.
So without further ado, let’s dig in!
1.First, make the crust by combining all ingredients in a bowl and mixing until an even texture is formed.
2.After that, press the mixture down into a 9 inch lined pan. Set aside in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes while you prep the filling.
3.Place all cheesecake filling ingredients in a bowl and beat until a smooth cream is formed
4.Now it's time to add the creamy filling to the crust.
5.With a spatula, try and make the cream filling smooth and level
6.After this, place the cheesecake in the refrigerator, allowing it to chill and set for at least 2 hours before serving.
Remember to follow the instructions as closely, making mizithra cheese cake is a science.
You can store it for up to a week in a sealed, refrigerated container.
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