Diabetic cheesecake

Recipe from Topfood
4 h.
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Updated 19.07.2023
A very delicious cheesecake which is cooked very easy. Even if you are suffering from diebete, you can enjoy your life with desserts.
This cheesecake is made of cottage cheese (low fat), lactose free milk and berries. Serve the dessert with tea or coffee.


  • Gelatine
    1,5 tsp.
  • Fat free soft cottage cheese
    4 tbsp.
  • Lactose free low fat milk
    3,5 tbsp.
  • Sugar substitute tablets
    5 pcs.
  • Lime
  • Blueberry
    1,5 tbsp.
  • Raspberry
    3,5 tbsp.
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Vanillin
    to taste
  • Poppy seed
    2 tsp.

Nutrition facts per 100 g

  • Calories

    201 kcal

  • Protein

    27.4 g

  • Fat

    5.1 g

  • Carbohydrates

    10.9 g


  • Start by defrosting the berries at room temperature, allowing them to thaw slightly but not completely. If using fresh fruits, rinse them under cold water and pat them dry.

  • In a small bowl, pour 1/4 cup of water over the gelatine. Allow the gelatine to soak for about 40 minutes, following the instructions on the package. Once soaked, transfer the gelatine mixture to a pot and cook it over low heat, stirring continuously until the gelatine is fully dissolved. Be careful not to bring it to a boil.

  • Take the sugar substitute tablets and place them in a sealed plastic bag. Crush the tablets using a cup or the back of a spoon until they form a powdered consistency. In a separate bowl, combine the crushed tablets, lactose-free low-fat milk, fat-free soft cottage cheese, vanillin (to taste), and 1.5 teaspoons of poppy seeds per serving. Mix all the ingredients together until a smooth and creamy mixture is achieved.

  • Prepare a baking dish by sprinkling the remaining poppy seeds and ground cinnamon onto the bottom of the dish. This will create a flavorful base for the cheesecake. Next, pour the cheese and milk mixture over the poppy seed and cinnamon layer, using a spatula to spread it evenly.

    Transfer the defrosted or rinsed berries over the surface of the cheesecake mixture, distributing them evenly. Squeeze the juice from the lime over the berries, which will add a tangy and refreshing flavor to the dessert.

    Place the cheesecake in the refrigerator and let it chill for a minimum of 3 hours, allowing it to set. This cooling time will firm up the gelatine and allow the flavors to meld together, resulting in a delicious and cohesive cheesecake.

    Once the cheesecake has set, it is ready to be served. 


  • How to get lemon/lime juice? Take out the lime from the fridge, leave it heat up for a few minutes. Then roll the fruit on your cooking board with your hands. This action helps to get more juice. Then slice the lime crosswise using a sharp knife. Squeeze the lime with the cutting side up, so the seeds don’t fall into the bowl.

  • Make sure to use gelatin that is suitable for your dietary needs and preferences. There are various types of gelatin available, such as animal-based and plant-based gelatins. Choose the one that fits your dietary restrictions.

    Before using gelatin, it's essential to bloom or dissolve it properly. Follow the instructions on the package to ensure the gelatin sets correctly and gives the cheesecake its desired texture.

  • Choose a suitable sugar substitute that fits your dietary needs. Sugar substitute tablets are a convenient option as they are pre-measured and can be easily incorporated into the recipe. Ensure that the substitute is appropriate for baking and provides the desired level of sweetness.

  • Ground cinnamon adds warmth and depth of flavor to the cheesecake. Adjust the amount according to your taste preferences. You can also sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on top of the finished cheesecake for an extra touch of aroma.

  • Allow the cheesecake to set and chill in the refrigerator for the recommended time or until it becomes firm. This will ensure that the gelatin sets properly and the cheesecake holds its shape when served.

    Remember to consult with a healthcare professional or nutritionist if you have specific dietary concerns or need personalized advice for managing diabetes. Enjoy your delicious diabetic cheesecake while keeping your dietary needs in mind!

  • Any remaining cheesecake can be stored in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 3 days. Enjoy this delightful and diabetic-friendly dessert option guilt-free!

Bon Appetit!

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