All you need is 3 ingredients for this yummy dessert!

1. In a large bowl, whip the softened cream cheese with an electric hand mixer until it becomes velvety smooth. Our fluff should not have any lumps that would disrupt its velvety quality.
2. Add the heavy whipping cream to a different bowl and whisk vigorously until firm peaks are formed. This secret process is responsible for the airiness and lightness of our cheesecake fluff.
3. Carefully, while still maintaining a very foamy mixture, incorporate the powdered erythritol into the whipped cream.
4. Now, slowly combine the cream cheese and whipped cream until the two mixtures are completely smooth and blended.
5. Put the bowl in the fridge and let it chill for at least an hour. Although it's the most tedious stage, the tastes may really get to know one other during the waiting.

Tips and Variations - If you're not following the ketogenic diet or if you're making this for a group of people with different sweet tooths, you may use whatever kind of sweetener you choose in place of erythritol, however liquid sweets could change the consistency.
– If you want to make this fluff more festive, add a teaspoon of almond or vanilla flavor. - An unexpected touch may be added with a sprinkling of cinnamon or a little lemon zest sprinkled on top just before serving. - Layering the fluff with nuts or keto-friendly granola and berries is a simple way to transform these individual servings into a delightful parfait.
– Store this fluffy delicacy in the fridge for up to five days, and you'll always have it on hand for those sudden sweet tooth attacks or after-school snacks.