Basque Burnt Keto Cheesecake (Inspired By Bon Appétit)

This basque burnt keto cheesecake is the easiest cheesecake to make. There is no crust, no water bath, and you literally burn it!

Get the recipe here: https://www.fatforweightloss.com.au/basque-burnt-keto-cheesecake/

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WHAT DOES BURNT BISQUE KETO CHEESECAKE TASTE LIKE?
If you have ever burnt a cheesecake before, you might not want to throw it out…

The burnt outside texture tastes kinda like toffee or a slightly scorched creme brulee.

The texture of this basque burnt keto cheesecake is similar to a Japanese cheesecake, light and fluffy on the inside, but beautifully creamy throughout.

COULD THIS CHEESECAKE BE MADE WITH STEVIA?
Erythritol creates a “bulking” property to this recipe, and since stevia is usually a liquid, the majority of the “bulk” that comes from the erythritol will be gone.

This is why sugar is so hard to replace with stevia in baking.

However, if you have a blend that uses stevia and erythritol, or stevia and monkfruit, this will work, just not plain stevia liquid.

DOES THIS KETO CHEESECAKE HAVE A CRUST?
Since there is so much cream cheese and cream in this basque burnt keto cheesecake, and you literally burn the edges, there is no need for a crust.

For those people looking for a pecan crust, coconut flour crust or almond flour crust, ditch the crust idea altogether and make this cheesecake instead!

This recipe is inspired by Bon Appetites’ version, except its 100% keto friendly. https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/basque-burnt-cheesecake

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