Keto Cranberry Cheesecake Pie (2024)

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Another great low carb contender for your holiday dessert table. This grain-free keto cranberry cheesecake pie makes a perfect Thanksgiving or Christmas treat.

Dang, I am hungry. I am sitting here, thinking about this dessert, writing about this dessert, editing photos of this dessert, and I am now ravenously hungry. I wasn’t hungry when I started but this is what happens when you look at and write and think and dream about food all day. You create hunger out of nothing, need out of want. It’s hard not to want to head to the kitchen and whip up another low carb cranberry cheesecake pie and then plow your face right into the middle of it. But I suppose it’s an occupational hazard. My job is to make YOU hungry for the recipe that’s staring you in the face. And it’s just collateral damage if I happen to make myself hungry in the process.

Okay, I swear it isn’t as bad as all that. But I wouldn’t mind having another big slice of this in front of me. I am on such a tear right now, creating recipes at an alarming rate for both my cookbook and the blog, and this was one that stands out to me. I am proud of them all, of course, but I loved this one. I gave half of it away to my next-door neighbour since I had about 3 more desserts to make that week. But DUDE it was good stuff. At first, I thought my cranberry sauce might be too tart. And it was rather tart, as cranberry sauce goes. But combined with the creamy vanilla cheesecake and the shortbread-like crust, it was holiday dessert perfection.

A little shout out to the lovely conventional blogger who inspired this delicious low carb Cranberry Cheesecake Pie. Hats off to you, Bake or Break!

Check out the recipe for this sugar-free Cranberry Cheesecake Pie

And please see my blog post all about cranberries on Swerve Sweetener.

Serves 10. Each serving has 5.14g NET CARBS.

Food energy: 313kcal
Total fat: 27.09g
Calories from fat: 243
Cholesterol: 50mg
Carbohydrate: 8.94g
Total dietary fiber: 3.80g
Protein: 6.58g

Erythritol: 25.95g

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    • Carolyn says

      Argh, I hate when brands change the links on me… THANKS for your detective work!

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  1. Carol L Xenos says

    Bummer, no access to this recipe…

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  2. Elaine says

    I made the cranberry sauce in the fridge, and I have some 5” tart pans I want to use. Should I use 2or 3? How would I adjust the time?

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    • Carolyn says

      You need to figure out the area of a 5 inch circle vs. the area of a 10 inch circle. There are online calculators.

      Since I didn’t not bake mine that way, I can’t guide your timing. Obviously it would be less time…

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      • Elaine says

        This is too good a recipe to invite a fail….I’ll just cook it your way in the 10”. Your recipes are so awesome, just the way they are! Thanks!

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        • Carolyn says

          Thanks!

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  3. Millifa Jack says

    Do both of them! Oh and I’ve come a pair of of very lovely holiday cakes. Keep tuned! Just stay tuned!

    Reply

  4. Cheryl says

    Wonderful recipe, i wanted a cheescake but not a big one, this was perfect. The flavors, the texture are great. I will definitely be making again, might swap out blueberry or another fruit…

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Keto Cranberry Cheesecake Pie (2024)

FAQs

Can you eat cranberries on a low carb diet? ›

They're also extremely low in carbs with just 12 grams of carbohydrates per cup of raw cranberries (just make sure they aren't sweetened). These low carb fruits can be eaten even when you're watching your carbs.

Can you have dried cranberries on keto? ›

Anywho, the question is are dried cranberries keto and, if you are talking about the store-bought kind, no they are not. Regular store-bought dried cranberries are made using sugar, sugar syrup, concentrated juice, etc. All of these contain a lot of sugar which of course equals a LOT of carbs.

How many net carbs are in cranberries? ›

Each serving of cranberries (1 cup, chopped) contains 9.2 g of net carbs. That's on the high side, but you can still squeeze in small amounts if you've got a strong craving for this tasty fruit. Consider limiting yourself to half a portion per day to avoid going over your carb limits.

What fruit has the lowest carbohydrate? ›

Watermelon, the sweet summertime treat, is 92% water and the lowest-carb fruit by far, with 7.5 carbs for every 100 grams. It also has lots of vitamins A and C. Enjoy one cup, or 10 watermelon balls if you're feeling fancy.

What fruit has the least amount of sugar and carbs? ›

Here's our list of the best low carb fruits.
  1. Watermelon. This quintessential fruit of summer scores lowest in carbohydrate content, packing only 7.55 g per 100 g of fruit. ...
  2. Berries. Berries are a popular choice for people watching their carb intake. ...
  3. Cantaloupe. ...
  4. Avocados. ...
  5. Honeydew. ...
  6. Peaches.

Who should not eat dried cranberries? ›

If possible, eat them fresh to avoid the added sugars found in dried fruits and juices. Don't eat cranberries if you take blood thinners, get frequent kidney stones, or are allergic to aspirin.

Is peanut butter OK on keto? ›

Peanut butter can definitely be part of a keto diet, but it's best to stick to plain options that are free of extra flavors and sweeteners. Almond butter is a good choice, too, and it's slightly lower in carbs. Additionally, you should be mindful of your portion size if you're trying to lose weight.

Can you drink 100% cranberry juice on keto? ›

Most fruit juices are high in carbohydrates (usually and overwhelmingly sugar carbs), which makes them almost impossible to drink on the keto diet, says Israetel. Case in point: An 8-ounce ounce of cranberry juice has 30 grams of carbs.

Are Craisins the same as dried cranberries? ›

Dried cranberries may be marketed as craisins due to the similarity in appearance with raisins, although the word "Craisin" is a registered trademark of Ocean Spray. Craisins were introduced as part of a packaged cereal produced by Ralston Purina in 1989.

What dried fruit is keto-friendly? ›

Additionally, some people on the keto diet may be able to incorporate small amounts of dried fruit as a treat or flavor enhancer, as long as they fit into their daily carb and calorie limits. Mavuno Harvest organic dried coconut is actually a perfect keto snack!

Is popcorn keto-friendly? ›

Net carbs are calculated by taking the total grams of carbohydrate in a food and subtracting the amount of fiber. In this case, popcorn contains 6 grams of carbs per 1 cup serving and 1.2 grams of fiber, bringing the net carbs per serving to 4.8 grams. Yes friends, popcorn is indeed a keto food.

Are fresh cranberries high in carbs? ›

A cup of raw cranberries contains: 46 calories. 0 grams of fat. 12 grams of carbohydrates.

Which berries have the least carbs? ›

The lowest-carb options are at the top. Raspberries – Half a cup (60 grams) contains 3 grams of carbs. Blackberries – Half a cup (70 grams) contains 4 grams of carbs.

Do cranberries have a lot of carbs? ›

Carbs. A 1-cup serving of raw cranberries contains just 46 calories and 12 grams of carbs. Of those carbohydrates, 3.6 grams are fiber and 4.3 grams are naturally-occurring sugars.

Which has more carbs raisins or dried cranberries? ›

For the same serving size, net carb is the same for both craisins and raisins at 30 grams per 1/4 cup. If you read the ingredient list, you will see that raisins have no added sugar, while craisins are sweetened with 26 g of extra sugar. You may then ask why craisins have similar net carb content even with added sugar.

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