Keto Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake Recipe

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If you have been following Keto Daily for some time now, you may have learned that Keto Cheesecake is something that I am very excited about. Additionally, I also really love Keto Cinnamon Rolls too, so this Keto Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake is a slice of heaven to me.

You could certainly make this Cheesecake recipe thicker if you want to, by increasing the amount of filling that you use and baking it a little longer, but I wanted something that tasted great and also did not take as much time or money to make as my traditional Keto Cheesecake recipe. The Icing is also something optional, but who can have a Cinnamon Roll without some of that delicious icing, right?!

This recipe works well as a whole cheesecake, or could also be made in a muffin tin for smaller individual servings if you prefer to portion it out that way too. I like to eat mine as a nice hearty slice (or two) for breakfast or Dessert. For that matter, I find it best to make this the night before I plan to eat it, because it does take at least a couple hours to cool off properly and set in the refrigerator after it has been baked.



PREP TIME: 15 Minutes

COOKING TIME: 37 Minutes

TOTAL TIME: 52 Minutes







  1. Pre-Heat the Oven to 325*F.
  2. In a Medium Mixing Bowl add 1 Cup Almond Flour, 4 TBSP Lakanto Classic Monkfruit Sweetener, 1 TSP Ground Cinnamon, and mix together to make evenly blended.
  3. Melt 4 TBSP of Kerrygold Grass-Fed Salted Butter, and pour over the dry mixture.
  4. Stir ingredients together until all of the dry mixture is even soaked with the butter. This may still be dry and crumbly, and that is okay.
  5. Line the bottom of your Springform Pan with Parchment Paper to prevent any crust from sticking later on.
  6. Press the crust mixture into the bottom of your Springform Pan. We used a 9″ Pan, but you can use a larger or smaller one if you want depending on how thick or thin you want your cheesecake.
  7. Bake the crust in the oven for about 7 minutes @ 325*F, and remove and place on the counter.


  1. Turn the Oven Temperature down to 300*F.
  2. In a Large Mixing Bowl or Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer add 16 Ounces of Cream Cheese (Softened on the counter beforehand).
  3. Sprinkle 3 TBSP of the Lakanto Classic Monkfruit Sweetener onto the Cream Cheese, and add 1 TSP Pure Vanilla Extract and the two Large Eggs.
  4. Mix the Filling together for a few minutes at medium speed, making sure that there are no remaining lumps from the Cream Cheese.
  5. In a small bowl combine 2 TBSP Lakanto Classic Monkfruit Sweetener with 1 TBSP of Ground Cinnamon.
  6. Pour approximately half of the Keto Cheesecake Filling on top of the Crust, and sprinkle with about half of the Monkfruit and Cinnamon mixture.
  7. Pour the remaining Keto Cheesecake filling into the Springform Pan, and evenly coat the top of it with the remaining Monkfruit and Cinnamon mixture.
  8. Bake in the oven at 300*F for about 16 Minutes, or until the center is fully set.
  9. Cool the Keto Cheesecake on the counter for about 30 minutes before putting it in the fridge.
  10. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours (overnight is generally preferred).


  1. In a Medium Mixing Bowl add 2 TBSP of softened Kerrygold Grass-Fed Salted Butter, 8 TBSP of Heavy Whipping Cream, 12 TBSP of Lakanto Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener, and 1 TSP of Pure Vanilla Extract.
  2. Mix together until the frosting has a consistent texture.
  3. Place the Icing into a Piping Bag to frost the Keto Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake, or you could choose to just spread the frosting evenly across the top if you prefer that method too.

Amanda Dawn

HI! I'm Amanda. A trained chef, nutritionist, and writer who is passionate about helping people live a healthy lifestyle. I lost 75 lbs in my journey and I love to help others enjoy great, wholesome food!

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  1. This was horrible! I wasted a lot of money on the ingredients! The cinnamon was too strong yet over powered by the sickenly sweet aftertaste. Thank you for trying tho!

    1. What brand of sweetener did you use when you made it?

      1. The filling says 2 T of cinnamon but the written recipe says 1 T. Which is the correct amount?

  2. How do I find the printable version to print this. I’m trying to make a recipe book of keto recipes

    1. Near the upper left of every page on the site there is a PRINT icon that you can click on that will give you a printer-friendly version of the recipe without the ads, etc.

  3. I see you use all lakanto. How would one substitute that for stevia or erthonal? As lakanto spikes blood sugar. Which isn’t Keto

    1. Lakanto is listed as having a Zero Glycemic Index, which means that it doesn’t have a measured effect on blood sugar. Are you thinking of a different product?

  4. This was very good, the sugar sub you use matters so much. I use the brown sugar one for the cinnamon and sugar mixtures. very good, I also tried a piece without frosting but used keto caramel sauce, so good.

  5. what is correct amount of butter in icing? 2 or 4 T?

  6. Did you bake it with a water bath for humidity or not

  7. Ok I’m curious how it calculates to only 7g carbs per serving? The lankato monk fruit sweetener has 4g per tsp and this recipe total calls for 63 tsps so when divided by 8 servings that’s roughly 7 tsps of monk fruit sweetener per serving which at 4g per tsp that’s about 28g of carbs…?

    1. The 4g that you see on the Lakanto Monkfruit are Zero Calorie and Non-Glycemic. If those were real carbs, then each Teaspoon of monkfruit would have 16 calories (which it has none).

  8. This was amazing! I love sweets and being on Keto it is hard to find a dessert that can come close to the non-keto alternatives. Well this exceeded my expectations and…… It was so easy to make! Thank you very much, and keep the recipes coming!

  9. what is a good substitute ( for the monk fruit sweetener & what measurement?

  10. So I have it in the oven? Mine is not even close to being done at 16 min keep agging time I’m at 27 minutes now and getting ready to check. Was this a mis print? Are you at sea level?

    1. I’m having the same issue with the cooking time. I’m at 30 minutes. I was hoping someone would have some tips

  11. Made this for breakfast. I only had 8 oz. of cream cheese so I cut the filling in half and it turned out fantastic. Can’t wait to make it again with more filling. Really satisfied my cravings for a cinnamon roll!
    Thank you for the recipe.

  12. Can I use something other than the monkfruit?

  13. What is the correct amount of butter for the icing

  14. what can I use instead of monkfruit?

  15. This was VERY good. The crust is amazing and the cheese cake is delicious. I make a lot of Keto Cheesecakes and I think this is my favorite. The frosting is a bit sweet for me, but that is easy enough to adjust.

  16. This looks lovely but unfortunately I can’t say the same about the taste. It’s edible but that’s about it, would never make it again. There is simply a mismatch of flavours and if I have one positive to take from the recipe, it’s that I learned never to put cinnamon on a cheesecake again.

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