100 Calorie Cheesecake Recipe

The other week I made applesauce, remember?

‘Twas delicious.

But what was more delicious was the fake cheese cake I made with it. This is low calorie, low fat, and sugar free cheesecake. Each large serving is only 100 calories.

100 Calorie Fake Cheesecake


  • 1/2 cup fat free (organic) ricotta cheese
  • 1/2 cup applesauce
  • 1 packet stevia (or other sweetener)
  • dash of salt
  • mini food processor


  1. Blend everything in mini food processor. Top with more applesauce, if desired.
  2. EAT.
  3. (Repeat.)

Last step optional, but definitely enjoyable.

Okay, okay – it wasn’t as good as these…

Mini-cheesecakes from my coworker and friend who came over the other weekend.


What’s your favorite kind of cheesecake? You can make a versionย with mashed banana instead of applesauce if that’s more your fancy. I’ve done mashed banana cheesecake with great results.

18 Replies to “100 Calorie Cheesecake Recipe”

  1. Looks great, and super cute dish!!!
    It’s been a long time since I had cheesecake (the real kind), but I think my favourite is coffee flavoured….or pumpkin. Yum!

  2. WOW if i liked cheesecake i would totally make that! looks good. i’m deficient in the liking cheesecake gene, though. luckily i like every other kind of cake.

  3. OHMYGOSH ANY kind of cheese cake works for me but I love it topped with either lemon anything or cherries.

    I die for ColdStone’s Cheesecake icecream and cherry pie filling.


    have you tried the applesauce in the crockpot yet???

  4. looks yum maggie! my take: blend in some pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice or maple syrup or extract for pumpkin pie cheesecake!

    and then top with applesauce.

  5. That sounds perfect, and how cute are mini-blenders?! I will whip mine out just to admire how tiny it is!
    I think my favorite cheesecake is a family recipe that is VERY creamy and totally guilt-inducing but worth it!!!

  6. Hey Maggie – I just got an email from the publisher that our Rocco DiSpirito cookbooks will be mailed out on Monday! Woot!

    1. @Beth: Dang, should have said “mini food processor” – I’m sure a fullsize one would work as well. (Especially for making bigger batches… ๐Ÿ˜€ )

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