More Low-carb Cheesecake possibilities

Ya Sure Yabetcha Cheesecake

My Mom was an original contributor to the first Betty Crocker Cookbook back in the 50s. She traded recipes back and forth and at 89 can’t remember the source on this one or who she developed it with. She can’t do much in the kitchen any more and so each time I go back to Minnesota to care for her I adapt one or two of her old recipes so that I can enjoy them with her. This one was a major success.

Recipe called for a ring mold, but I couldn’t find Mom’s so I used her large pie plate---one of those that’s a little deeper and has a fluted edge----this makes a big cheesecake! Greased it well with butter.

Gerri’s crust: Stir up 2 cups finely ground pecans or almonds or walnuts--I used pecans-- and 5 TBSP melted butter. Press into the bottom of the pan and bake for 10” at 350. Keep an eye on it as it can burn all of a sudden.

4 8-ounce packages cream cheese---best to soften first!
Sweetener equivalent to 1 cup sugar---I used Splenda
3 TBSP almond flour (or other nut flour, I’m sure)
4 eggs
1 cup sour cream
1 TBSP vanilla (I tossed in extra as I’m a vanilla freak!)
Fresh berries for top, or other sweet treat. Raspberries were great.

With electric mixer, combine cream cheese, sugar and flour, adding eggs one at a time. It will be stiff at first but “Perseverance furthers and the superior woman triumphs” (that’s the I Ching--hah!). Blend in sour cream and vanilla. Pour over crust. Bake at 450 for 10 minutes. Reduce oven temp to 250. Continue baking for 1 hour. I think it took just a few minutes longer. Let settle and cool a bit. Chill in the fridge. Add fresh berries before serving. If it’s not rich enough for you---hah!---I’m sure it would be great with a dollop of sour cream or whip cream on top, too! Makes a whole bunch of servings! I actually figured out the very negligible carbs, but can’t find the #s. It’s very, very few. Sorry about that.
Tags: cheesecake, lo-carb

Gonna make this one soon.... Yum~

You are so right, I have collected stuff from all over and honestly couldn't tell you where half of it came from. When I first got diagnosed I was just excited to find any recipe that I could eat. I look back now and it seems like a whirlwind.
I just thank all the different individuals who have helped me up to this point.
A lot of them think that their recipes are for weight reduction, for us it's for survival and they have no idea the gifts that they have contributed to our lives.
"God helps people thru other people."