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4th July Cheesecake Pie


Make this no-bake American flag cheesecake this Independence Day if you really want to impress everyone attending. This lovely dessert is bound to cause lots of ohs and ahs at the dinner table or poolside, depending on where you’ll be spending your 4th of July. But what’s most important is that it’s light, creamy, and refreshing.

4th July Cheesecake Pie

Preparation Time: 30 minutes + inactive time

Serves: 8


4th July Cheesecake Pie Ingredients


  • 12oz. toasted and ground almonds
  • 5oz. butter, melted and cooled


  • 0.75lb. mascarpone cheese
  • 0.75lb. cream cheese
  • 3oz. powdered erythritol
  • Lemon zest, optional


  • 8oz. raspberries
  • 3oz. blueberries
  • Alternatively, low-carb buttercream stars


4th July Cheesecake Pie Instructions
4th July Cheesecake Pie Instructions
  • First, make the crust. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the almonds and the melted butter and mix until combined. Press the dough into a 9-inch pie pan.
  • Cover the pan with plastic wrap and place in the fridge while you prepare the filling.
  • Mix the mascarpone and cream cheese with the erythritol and lemon rind and beat until evenly combined.
  • Fill the crust with the cream cheese mixture.
  • Decorate the top left quarter of the pie with the blueberries and arrange the raspberries in stripes. Press the berries slightly into the filling.
  • Refrigerate for an hour or until firm.
  • Place the coconut butter stars or any other pie decoration on the blueberries and serve.

Tips & Tricks

4th July Cheesecake Pie


The secret to making the perfect no-bake cheesecake is beating the creamy cheeses thoroughly. This will help create a thick and creamy filling. Using granulated erythritol rather than liquid helps break down the cheese when beating. If you love cheesecakes with more of a tangy flavor, then add a bit of sour cream to the mixture.

User Reviews

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4   2 Reviews

Shortbread Baking Mix Crust!

5.0 rating
August 23, 2020

I love Kiss My Keto short bread baking mix! No aftertaste when baked as directed on the box.
I also made cheesecake crust with this baking mix but omitted the egg so it wasn’t a fluffy cake-like crust.
Thanks so much for recipes! New to Keto and have lots to learn 😊


Response from Kiss My Keto

Thank you, Sandra! I’d like to suggest you also check out these keto coffee cake and Danish butter cookies recipes. Both make good use of our Keto Baking Mixes.

Easy but missing sweetness.

3.0 rating
June 21, 2020

This was so easy to make but found a strong aftertaste from this artificial sweetness yet it didn’t have a sweet-dessert like taste. Used a nut crust with cinnamon (due to gluten intolerance). Any suggestions appreciated.


Response from Kiss My Keto

Hi GG! Try using Swerve or mix of erythrithol and stevia.