Keto Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
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Need an easy keto dessert idea?
Keto cheesecake-stuffed strawberries have spring and summertime written all over them! Stuffed strawberries are so easy to make yet so elegant for any gathering. Better yet, they’re a keto-approved treat that everyone will love, whether they eat low carb or not!
Here are a few recipe tips when making keto cheesecake stuffed strawberries:
- I used Lina’s amazing keto cream cheese frosting to fill the strawberries using a piping bag for a pretty presentation. Try not to sneak too many spoonfuls of the filling so there’s enough for the berries. 😆
- To fancy up this dessert in less time, skip melting keto chocolate, and just drizzle over ChocZero chocolate syrup instead. Everyone will still think you ordered these beauties from a dessert shop!
- Are chocolate drizzles not enough for your choco-loving heart? Mix in a 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder to make a quick chocolate version of the frosting. YUM!
- Save on time by coring your strawberries the day beforehand and piping in the frosting shortly before serving.
Keto Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
yield: 24 SERVINGS
prep time: 30 MINUTES
total time: 30 MINUTES
Fresh strawberries stuffed with a sweetened cream cheese frosting, topped off with an optional chocolate drizzle.
Keto Cream Cheese Filling:
- 1/4 cup butter, softened
- 4 oz. cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon heavy cream
- 1/2 cup Swerve confectioners
- 24 large strawberries
- 1/2 cup keto chocolate chips, melted (optional)
In a large bowl, cream together butter and cream cheese. Add in vanilla extract and heavy cream. Finally, mix in Swerve confectioners for about 1 minute and set frosting aside.
Wash strawberries and remove stems. Cut out and remove the center (a small measuring spoon or knife works great for this!). If you are wanting the strawberries to stand, cut a small slice off the bottom so the strawberry will have a flattened base for plating.
Add the filling to a piping bag, and pipe into the center of the strawberries, overfilling slightly so there is a small mound of frosting on top.
*Optional: Drizzle keto chocolate over strawberries and chill until ready to serve (at least 20 minutes of chill time). Enjoy!
Yield: 24, Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: 38.4 Calories | 3.7g Fat | 4.1g Total Carbs | 0.2g Fiber | 0.8g Sugar | 3g Erythritol | 0.4g Protein | 0.9g Net Carbs
We’ve loved this keto cream cheese frosting on its own for so long, but stuffed inside of strawberries is something extra special — and the chocolate drizzle just takes it over the top! So yummy! This would be a great snack or dessert to serve at your next cookout.
I love that you can just grab a couple and eat them on the go! Sometimes I’ll pop a few into a container and eat them while I’m waiting for my kiddos in the carpool line. I don’t feel guilty enjoying them because they’re so rich and delicious, and clock in with less than 1g net carbs each. This is one of my absolute favorite keto desserts.
Here’s why our team loves these keto cheesecake stuffed strawberries:
“My kids pretty much thought I was the best mom ever (for like an hour) when I made these cheesecake strawberries. They were gone in minutes, and I love how easy it is to whip up a batch for my crew as an afternoon treat!” – Michelle
“I love making this dessert when strawberries are in season – it’s so refreshing and also gives me that sweet cheesecake taste that I crave, but without spending a lot of time in the kitchen!” – Angela
Check out this Easy Keto Chocolate Mousse!
Looks like a great summer treat!
Yes! A yummy summer treat for sure! 😋 Hope you love them, Lisa!
Made these last night and they were a hit, even with my 2 year old grandson!!
Yay! SO glad he enjoyed them too! Thanks for the feedback, Mary Beth!
I’m not a fan of swerve, I think it leaves a bad aftertaste. Is there anything I can substitute it for?
Yes! Monkfruit is a great option. You can find a sweetener conversion chart here.
Sooo delicious! My family had no idea these were keto!
Woohoo! SO awesome to hear that, Jill! Thanks for letting us know they were a hit!
I love your recipes but the person I’m making them for is also on a low sodium diet. Why don’t you list the sodium content in your nutrition information section?
Hi Lisa! We use Carb Manager to calculate nutrition. We recommend grabbing the full nutritional values there. https://hip2keto.com/product-reviews/carb-manager-keto-diet-app/ Hope that helps!
Delicious, beautiful, and filling