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This easy keto cheesecake fluff recipe is a quick and easy dessert that you won’t want to stop eating! It uses ingredients you probably have on hand, so it’s convenient to whip up. And thankfully, strawberry cheesecake fluff is very low in carbs, making it the perfect in-the-moment keto treat.
If you love cheesecake, are a fan of super simple, no bake keto desserts, or enjoy rich desserets like keto strawberry ice cream, you’ll love this quickie dessert that takes just 10 minutes to make. Picture the creamy filling of cheesecake, except more creamy, and you eat it with a spoon. If strawberries are one of your favorite keto fruits, be sure to also try my strawberry avocado smoothie, keto chocolate covered strawberries, and 5-minute keto strawberry shortcake. And for a lighter and fluffier no-bake dessert, give keto chocolate mousse a try.
What Is Strawberry Cheesecake Fluff?
The best way to describe this low carb strawberry fluff cheesecake dessert is that it’s a fluffy cheesecake filling that you eat straight with a spoon. No crust required and no baking at all. It’s beyond delicious!
How To Make Keto Cheesecake Fluff
Not only is this strawberry fluff with cream cheese incredibly delicious, but it’s also incredibly easy to make:
- Whip cream. Beat the heavy cream to form soft peaks. (You don’t want stiff peaks like you would when making keto whipped cream!)
TIP: For a better visual of soft peaks, check my keto angel food cake recipe. You want the tips to gently curve over when held upright – there’s a photo in that post.
- Make cream cheese fluff. Beat cream cheese and Besti Powdered Monk Fruit Allulose Blend together until fluffy, then bet in lemon juice and vanilla.
- Fold. Add half of the whipped cream into the cream cheese while beating at low speed, until just combined. Fold in the rest of the whipped cream using a rubber spatula.
TIP: Fold gently to keep the airy texture. Stirring will break it down. But, be sure to fold enough that it’s well incorporated.
- Add strawberries. Gently fold them in.
- Serve. Divide among little containers, top with more strawberries if desired, and enjoy with a spoon!
Easy Keto Cheesecake Fluff FAQs
Is strawberry cheesecake fluff keto?
Yes, each serving of this keto no bake cheesecake fluff has just 3.9 grams of net carbs.
Can you use other berries?
Sure! Strawberries, blackberries, or raspberries would all work great. You could even use all three, like I do for keto ricotta dessert.
Can you make the fluff more strawberry flavored?
You can! As written, this is a classic keto cheesecake fluff recipe with chopped strawberries mixed in. If you prefer it to have more of a strawberry swirl cheesecake feel, swirl in some sugar-free strawberry jam.
Can you use a different sweetener?
Yes, you can use any powdered sweetener in this strawberry cheesecake fluff recipe.
However, I highly recommend powdered monk fruit sweetener with allulose – it makes the creamiest texture with no aftertaste and also doesn’t crystallize if you have any left over.
If you decide to use something else, my sugar substitute guide is a good place to start, so you can understand what might work. There’s also a sweetener conversion chart – use that to find out how much to use of whatever you have.
Strawberry Cream Cheese Fluff Storage Instructions
Can you make keto strawberry cheesecake fluff ahead?
Yes, you can make this cheesecake fluff keto recipe ahead. It stores quite well in the fridge. Add the strawberries right before serving.
How to store cheesecake fluff
Store this keto vanilla cheesecake fluff in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. It lasts longest if you store the strawberries separately.
Can you freeze it?
No, you can’t freeze this recipe. The texture will get gritty and watery after freezing and thawing.
I have not actually tested this as a frozen dessert without thawing, but if that’s what you’re craving, you’re probably better off making strawberry mason jar ice cream instead.
More Keto Cheesecake Dessert Recipes
If you like this keto strawberry cheesecake fluff and you’re a cheesecake fan, be sure to check out my Classic Keto Cheesecake next – it has been the #1 keto dessert on Wholesome Yum for years. If you want more ideas for sugar-free cheesecake, try these as well:
- Keto Strawberry Cheesecake – A full dish of creamy cheesecake, juicy strawberries, and buttery crust.
- Keto Cheesecake Brownies – What is the one thing that can make cheesecake better? Brownies!
- Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs – Get a satisfying boost of fat with these luscious keto cheesecake bites.
- Keto Mini Cheesecake – All the creamy filling and buttery crust, in a portion-controlled size!
- No-Bake Low Carb Chocolate Cheesecake – Double chocolate if that’s your thing. 😉
Tools To Make Strawberry Cheesecake Fluff
Tap the links below to see the items used to make this recipe.
- Hand Mixer – This is the mixer I’ve had and used for years. I love that the attachments store in the mixer case, and it takes up much less room than a stand mixer.
- Mini Glass Dessert Cups – Serve up this recipe for strawberry cheesecake fluff in these mini dessert cups. Easy to prep ahead and looks adorable.
- Strawberry Slicer – The fastest way to perfectly sliced strawberries.
Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Fluff Recipe
Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Fluff Recipe
This keto cheesecake fluff recipe is the easiest sugar-free dessert ever! Light, creamy strawberry cheesecake fluff needs just 6 ingredients + 10 minutes prep time.
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In a medium bowl, beat the heavy cream until soft peaks form. Set aside.
In a large bowl, beat the cream cheese and powdered Besti, until fluffy. Beat in the lemon juice and vanilla.
Add half off the whipped cream into the cream cheese while beating at low speed, until just combined.
Add the remaining whipped cream to the cheesecake fluff and fold in (do not beat), until uniform.
Fold in the chopped strawberries.
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Can you refrigerate this before eating?
Wholesome Yum D0
Hi Lori, Yes, you can do that.
I did a dummy-misread the recipe and used a cup of heavy cream; otherwise followed the directions but left out the strawberries. *Heavenly*! It was, naturally, higher in calories and fat, but it was a creamy cheesecake cloud! I may stay with my mistaken recipe, but thanks, Maya – you deserve a halo!
So quick and easy. We love this….I have even put it in a pecan pie crust like a traditional cheese cake but super easy to do up a quick desert!
This is my go to base for so many different recipes. I use Stevia sweetener (same amount). No bitter aftertaste. Great dessert! I make it weekly. It’s my “non-guilty” pleasure!
This is an amazing and delicious quick dessert and our friends who are nor keto loved it as well.
To give it more of a strawberry flavor can I add a little strawberry extract instead of the lemon & vanilla extract? I haven’t tried it yet but making it for this weekend.
Wholesome Yum D0
Hi Kathy, That sounds like it should work, but I have never tried it. Please let me know your results if you attempt it.
Instead of strawberries, I make this with frozen blueberries that are partially thawed. Divine!
Thia was soooo good thank you
Girl, this is a hit and I thank you enough for this post because it was 🔥🔥🔥🔥 I tweaked it slightly and just used what I had on hand. I had 1.5 tubs of cool whip, 1/2 package of neufchâtel cream cheese, 1/2 package of sugar free cheesecake pudding and some fresh strawberries. I mixed everything together and added the sliced strawberries last. I only needed 1 heaping tablespoon to satisfy my cravings. I put it in the back of the fridge so I didn’t attack it. Hopefully, it’ll last a week🤞🏽🤞🏽🤞🏽
Just whipped this dessert up this morning… so easy and it tastes good… used 1/3 fat cream cheese since that’s what I had… worked fine… would probably add a little more Besti next time because I like things sweeter, but it’s delicious!
Can erithrytol (which I already have) be substituted for the monkfruit allulose blend? Would there be any change in taste?
Maya | Wholesome Yum0
Hi Ronnie, I don’t recommend using erythritol for cheesecake fluff, as it has a tendency to crystallize and does not dissolve well. If it’s powdered, it might work okay, but you may notice a cooling aftertaste, and definitely eat it right away or it will crystallize.
Good snack in a pinch!!! Yum
Wow – this was fantastic! All of the recipes I’ve tried from your app are REALLY good! Next time I make this fluff, I’ll make the keto almond crust to go with it.
Oh yum! This recipe was spot on. I actually did not have strawberries but just made it plain with lemon extract. This could work so well as a cake frosting, nice and thick and tasty.
Super light dessert that hits the sweet spot.
That much of sugar per serving?
Wholesome Yum M0
Hi Pie, Yes, the sugar comes from the strawberries.
Super easy and super yummy! Thank you!
Made this tonight!!! So good… satisfying and easy to make
We just started keto a couple months ago and now, this is one of my favorite. Absolutely delicious
I just made this. It is so good! Perfect for when you craving something smooth and creamy. I divided it into 4 3/4-ounce bowls, but just a spoonful or two is enough to satisfy that sweet tooth and the texture is very satisfying.
What size jar did you use for pictures of this dessert?
Wholesome Yum M0
Hi Jeannine, I don’t know the exact volume, but I would say they are approximately 4 oz.
I really loved this recipe. It was easy, it didn’t take long to make and it is delicious. It hit the sweet tooth spot.
I made this yesterday and my father who is doing the keto with me said the numbers it had were so good I could have a half a cup for breakfast. It was AMAZING!!! I’ve been getting out of the bacon and egg thing so having that half a cup after I finished the bacon and egg it was just SO delicious and I had the biggest smile on my face. My father wanted to watch me eat the first bite and was super happy it turned out. He said it is a great vehicle for getting my carbs in and making me feel like I’m eating something that’s not keto. I’m going to have to try more of your recipes because that one is a winner! Thank you!!!!
I am so glad to have this recipe for the cheesecake fluff. So this is the perfect solution. And, it’s no-bake!!!
So simple & so delicious! Thank you! It was just what we wanted!
This is the perfect dessert for summer. We froze them and it was ok after microwaving for 35 seconds, not watery. We didn’t have powdered sweetener so we used granulated Erythritol and we couldn’t tell the difference plus saved a couple bucks since powdered sweetener costs more.
Use any flavor crystal light to add more flavor
Apriyl M Taggart0
Would KiteHill Plain dairy-free almond milk cream cheese option work to substitute for the cream cheese?
I love cheesecake but need a dairy and soy free alternate.
Wholesome Yum M0
Hi Apriyl, Yes that will work just fine. Enjoy!
Can this be made with powdered Stevia? I have a lot of that and would rather use it than running out and buying another form of sweetener.
Wholesome Yum M0
Hi Pamela, Yes, but the stevia may give a bitter aftertaste depending on the brand you are using. I would sweeten to taste, as the amount needed will be significantly less.
This was so light and delicious; the perfect way to satisfy my sweet tooth! Looking forward to enjoying this again later this week!
This is so easy and so delicious. I think if I add some cookie crumbs at the bottom of the jars, I can even call it a cheesecake. 🙂
Just a question: it says 1/4 cup sugar substitute. As I have a kitchen scale, I pressed the “metric” button but it then shows 36g. Shouldn’t it be 60g or so?
Wholesome Yum M0
Hi S. Lima, The recipe calls for powdered sweetener, so it will weight less than the granulated version. Thanks for clarifying!
I love breakfast and cheesecake, so cheesecake for breakfast stole my heart!
What a delicious and simple dessert. So light and fresh too.
I am so glad to have this recipe for the cheesecake fluff. I have never been a big fan of the graham cracker crust with cheesecake and rarely eat it, so this is the perfect solution. And, it’s no-bake!!!