Pressure Cooked Cheesecake

Yup! You read that right. This is a PRESSURE COOKED CHEESECAKE! It’s both Plant Paradox and Keto approved. It’s seriously better than my other cheesecake, takes less time and is absolutely perfect. My mom started this all and taught me how to make it. Now, it’s time to share with you guys!

First of all, go to Amazon and order a 7 inch springform pan. It’s the cutest thing. And, I’m sure if you’re on this, you have a pressure cooker already! I use the 8 QT Instant Pot. If you have a smaller pressure cooker, there are springform pans on Amazon that will fit!

This cheesecake takes about 15 minutes to whip up, 30 minutes of cooking and then, you have to wait hours for it to cool buuut it’s worth it! At least the cooking part is easy peasy!

Here is the recipe!

Recipe:

Crust:

1 cup almond flour

4 Tbls. French Butter, melted

1/2 tsp Monk Fruit Granular Sweetener

Mix and put on a sprayed and parchment paper lined 7 inch cheesecake pan

Put in freezer for at least 10 mins

Filling:

1 package grass fed/organic cream cheese, softened

1/2 c grass fed/organic sour cream

1 pastured egg, room temp

1/4 c monk fruit granular sweetener

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp lemon juice

Mix well. Pour into pan

Put one cup of water in instant pot, put cheesecake on top of the trivat and put in pot.

Set instant pot for 20 minutes, turn off the “keep warm.” Let it naturally release for 10 minutes, once the initial 20 minutes is done, then manually release. Take cheesecake out and remove excess water that pools on top of cheesecake with a paper towel. Let cool on counter for about 30 mins, then put in refrigerator overnight for best result. Try to refrigerate for at least 6 hours.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Tomeka says:

    This recipe made me go out and buy my first instapot! I will be trying this recipe tonight. However, I am having the hardest time finding monk fruit. Where do you buy it?

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    1. Plant Paradox Girl says:

      I got it at Costco but you can also get it on amazon or Whole Foods!

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      1. Tomeka says:

        Is it actually fruit or a sweetener? This what I think you are referring too: Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener, 1:1 Sugar Substitute, Keto, Non-GMO (Golden – 1.76 lbs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0079OL6T4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_QrfzDbBTAN19R

        But I wanted to confirm. I’m 3 days in the plant paradox program. So I have a lot of newbie questions 🙂

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      2. Plant Paradox Girl says:

        I’m sorry it’s the I use the Classic Lakanto Monkfruit sweetener! I’ll edit my post because I had a few questions about that.

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  2. I love my pressure cooker and I love cheesecake, AND I already have a springform pan! Time for cheesecake!

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    1. Plant Paradox Girl says:

      Yes!!! Enjoy!!

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  3. kelly littlejohn says:

    Thank you ,can’t wait to try!

    On Sun, Aug 25, 2019 at 9:33 PM Plant Paradox Girl wrote:

    > Plant Paradox Girl posted: “Yup! You read that right. This is a PRESSURE > COOKED CHEESECAKE! It’s both Plant Paradox and Keto approved. It’s > seriously better than my other cheesecake, takes less time and is > absolutely perfect. My mom started this all and taught me how to make it. > Now” >

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  4. char holcroft says:

    I have not heard of French Butter Could you use grass fed ghee?

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    1. Plant Paradox Girl says:

      That should work but I’m not 100% sure because I haven’t tried that!

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  5. char holcroft says:

    is French butter the same as ghee?

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    1. Plant Paradox Girl says:

      Nope! It’s butter from France. Their dairy cows produce A2 casein milk compared to the cows here that produce A1

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