OH CHEESECAKE FACTORY- a heaven where a devil lives. Even though I knew their one huge slice of cheesecake would sums up my entire calorie intake for a day, I could not stop irresistible urge to indulge the delicious bites after bites.
What is the calorie of a slice of cheesecake? There’s a good reason why the nutrition facts are only available upon request- and you can’t find those information on their website either. That’s because- they don’t want you to know how many calories and carbs you are taking unknowingly.
There’s a good chance finding yourself consuming around 5000cal after the lovely night out with your friends and family.

Don’t Worry! Let’s plan this through together- so that you can keep your Ketosis level AND have fun going out.
But there’s couple rules to keep:

1, If you go out to eat to Cheesecake Factory, skip a meal.

Even if you choose to eat lower carb dish, your calorie consumption will be WAY more than what is suggested.
What you could do is to either go brunch time (skip breakfast), or late BIG lunch (skipping dinner) and have small snack if you must.

2, Keep track of your carb count.

Unless you are ‘cheating’ often, consuming carb more than 20g here and there would not make you go off Ketosis.
However, not counting your carb intake can cost you- even if you pick “lower-carb” food at cheesecake factory, you might go way over the daily carb count if you already had some fruits in the morning. Or, you might end up eating big salad to control the calorie intake for the day- but remember, some of the vegetables can have high carb count. In order to avoid “ops” moments, ALWAYS COUNT YOUR CARB INTAKE.

Ok, by keeping those rules, have fun planning what to eat!

Low-Carb(ish) Menu Item List

**NOTE: Cheesecake factory only publishes each meal’s TOTAL carb, not NET carb (dietary fiber information not available).

CategoryMenuTotal CarbTotal Calories
DRINKS
Distilled Spirits (80 proof Gin, Rum, Vodka or Whiskey) 1.5oz0g100cal
Light Beer 12oz6g100cal
Wine - per 5 ounces4g120cal
Appetizers
Stuffed Mushroom15g460cal
Buffalo Wings16g950cal
Lunch Specials
Renee's Special Green Salad8g
Renee's Special Caesar Salad13g190cal
SkinnyLicious®460cal
Greek Salad13g460cal
Little House Salad9g270cal
Endive Salad12g450cal
Crispy Crab Bites11g350cal
Mexican Chicken Lettuce Wrap Tacos14g260cal
Ahi Carpaccio13g260cal
Seared Tuna Tataki Salad16g510cal
Tuscan Chicken17g590cal
SkinnyLicious® Grilled Salmon16g570cal
Side Dishes
Green Beans6g100cal
Sautéed Spinach6g210cal
Fresh Broccoli9g60cal
Fresh Asparagus7g45cal
Eggs and Omelettes
Farm Fresh Eggs1g350cal
Farm Fresh Eggs withOld Smokehouse® Bacon1g550cal
Farm Fresh Eggs with Grilled Ham1g550cal
California Omelette11g1160cal
Spinach, Mushroom, Bacon and Cheese Omelette8g960cal
Factory Create An Omelette
Plain Omelette2g440cal
Bacon0g100cal
Ham0g70cal
Cheddar Cheese0g210cal
Jack Cheese0g200cal
Swiss Cheese0g220cal
Fontina Cheese1g200cal
Goat Cheese1g80cal
Avocado3g70cal
Fresh Mushroom2g30cal
Asparagus2g20cal
Spinach1g30cal
Fresh Tomato2g10cal
Red Onions3g20cal
Green Onions1g10cal
Salad Dressing (per tbsp.)
Balsamic Vinaigrette1g80cal
Barbecue Ranch Dressing2g70cal
Blue Cheese Dressing0g70cal
Caesar Dressing0g80cal
Cilantro Dressing2g80cal
Ranch Dressing1g90cal
Shallot Vinaigrette1g90cal
Thousands Island Dressing1g90cal
SkinnyLicious® Caesar Dressing1g50cal
SkinnyLicious® Mustard Vinaigrette1g10cal

Isn’t this look a lot better?
By looking at char above, you can plan your eat-out meal, AND be able to track your calorie/carb intake precisely.

Perhaps Stuffed Mushroom with Side Salad? Or Seared Tuna Tataki Sakad with Glass of Whisky?
Hope this chart will help you to plan your keto-friendly meal today.
Have fun going out!

**Please keep in mind that everyone’s body is different, and plan your meal responsibly. This is a “suggested references,” NOT A MAGIC RULE OR GUIDE that will make you thinner or achieve Ketosis. Dairy food consumption is entirely up to you, please make wise choices.

Keto Eat-Out Guide | The Cheesecake Factory
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