Frozen Cheesecake Nibbles


Summer’s not over yet, but you can still beat the heat with these freezer cookies
.Using LC Food Corporation’s LC-Chocolate Fudge Sauce Mix, I was able to make these fun, cheesecakey cookies (you can use any sugar free chocolate fudge mix). I never had to run the oven, so the cool chill of deliciousness made everyone here pretty happy.

Want a little nutty crunch? Drop spoonfuls of the batter over coarse nut flour prior to freezing.

If you don’t have the sauce, try this recipe: Chocolate Fudge Sauce

Frozen Cheesecake Nibbles

1 8 ounce package cream cheese
1/2 cup erythritol
1/4 cup xylitol
1/2 cup fage (Greek) yogurt
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp lemon juice
1/4 cup LC-Chocolate Fudge Sauce Mix, prepared according to package instructions.
Mix all ingredients, minus the fudge sauce mix. Swirl in half of the fudge, and swirl to make chocolate ribbons through the mixture. Scoop by Tbsp onto a sheet of parchment paper. Let chill for 2 hours. Pour remaining chocolate fudge mix over the bites. Free again until solid.

Enjoy while cold. They melt.

Makes 12

The product review:

I personally love the LC-Chocolate Fudge Sauce mix. Finally, a fudge sauce without maltitol that can be prepared as needed? Yes, please. The flavor is spot on, it keeps to the perfect consistency, and the sauce can be heated slightly and used as a gorgeous glaze. It’s not as thick as my ganache recipes, but oftentimes you’re looking for some sauce and not a hardened coat of chocolate.

I highly recommend this product, and am proud to award it one of the few 5-heart ratings I’ve ever given.

LC-Chocolate Fudge Sauce Mix
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥
Price:  $7.98 for 8 oz package
Usefulness: On ice cream, cheesecakes, as a swirl to mix into cake mixes, etc.
Negative: I love it so much, I could eat the entire batch with a spoon
Found: online
Website: HoldTheCarbs.com

Disclosure: This product was provided free of charge for review by a site sponsor, but has not affected my opinion of the stuff.  

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Comments

  1. These cheese cake bites sound delish!! But I'm not big on chocolate flavored stuff. Sounds like it would be pretty good without the fudge sauce too?

  2. Jamie aka Carbarella says:

    Hi, Pati! For sure you could leave out the chocolate–you could also swirl in homemade (sugar free) preserves for something fruity!

  3. How many carbs per serving??

    • I’m guessing, based on ingredients (and slightly overestimating to be safe), there are 13 net carbs total in the recipe. I would, then, assume 1 carb per cheesecake bite. :)

  4. how big are these things?

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