Lemon Cream Cheese Icing

By DispatchPrint

July 4, 2018

Our keto lemon cream cheese icing is the perfect twist on our classic cream cheese icing. With only 4 ingredients, it's super easy to prepare and has less than 1g of carbs.

Pair this icing with our NEW Protein Carrot Cake Mix for a citrus twist on the classic carrot flavour or add to your favourite flavour Original Protein Muffins.

This recipe uses our partnership brand Anna's Low Carb Kitchen Low Carb Icing Mix. This mixture is a great sugar alternative, using a special blend of stevia, vanilla bean, erythritol & xylitol. It's designed to make the smoothest and perfectly sweet low carb icing (without the sugar). Don't forget to add a packet of the Low Carb Icing Mix to your next order!

  • Yields: 10 Serves – Enough for 1 loaf or 10 muffins

Ingredients

250g cream cheese

90g butter

2 tablespoons lemon juice

1/3 cup (75g) Anna's Low Carb Kitchen Icing Mix (click here to order) – alternatively you can use another powdered sweetener

Directions

1Soften the cream cheese and butter. For refrigerated butter and cream cheese – heat cream cheese for 30 seconds in a microwave-safe bowl. Remove, add butter and heat for a further 30 seconds. For room temperature cream cheese and butter – heat together in a microwave-safe bowl for 20 seconds.

2Place cream cheese, butter, icing mix and lemon juice in a mixing bowl.

3Using an electric mixer or beaters, beat on low until all combined.

4Once combined, beat on high for 5-8 minutes until light and fluffy.

5Ensure your icing is spread onto cooled cake, loaf or muffins. Icing will melt if the cake is not cooled completely.

Unused icing can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days. Icing cannot be frozen.

Iced cakes should be stored in the fridge, but served at room temperature.

If you would like a lower fat option for the icing, you can use half the amount of butter or remove the butter completely. We recommend not using low fat cream cheese as it won't have the same effect.

You can also use a healthy Greek yogurt topping, which you can mix with some powdered icing, or simply sprinkle the yoghurt with cinnamon.

Instead of Anna's Low Carb Icing Mix, you could use another powdered sweetener such as Swerve, or try blending Natvia into a powdered form.

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size45.70
Calories159
Sodium85
Protein2.2
Sugar0.7
Total Fat15.3
Saturated Fat9.9
Net Carbs0.8

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