I hope you’ve got Great Egg-spectations because these fantastic Easter cheesecake recipes taste as good as they look.
In fact, you might even say they’re egg-cellent!
Okay, enough of the egg puns – it’s time to get serious. And luckily, these cheesecake recipes are seriously scrumptious!
So, whether you’re looking for a quick and easy crowd pleaser, or you just have some egg-stra time on your hands, you’ll find the perfect Easter cheesecake recipes right here.
Just don’t egg-pect any leftovers! (Last one, I swear!)
20+ Incredible Cheesecakes For Easter
No-bake mini cheesecakes are super easy and absolutely adorable for any occasion.
But the layered pastel colors in this recipe make them a perfect dessert for Easter.
Shortbread cookies make a clever crust that holds well while still being crumbly.
And since they’re so small, you don’t have to worry about slicing and serving.
Creamy, tangy, and sweet, you’ll love these delicious cheesecakes.
Chocolate eggs are a classic Easter treat. But I bet you’ve never had one like this!
Head to the store and get a few hollow chocolate eggs. Then, carefully break them apart, so you have two halves.
I typically eat one half while I fill the other with a biscuit crust and luscious, creamy chocolate cheesecake filling!
Serving cheesecake in cups is so smart. And these Easter cheesecake cups are adorable and effortless to prep.
They’re layered like parfaits, starting with crumbled cookies. Over that, you’ll add a layer of creamy, whipped chocolate cheesecake.
Repeat that layering pattern and top with mini chocolate eggs. How cute!
Easter candy gets an exciting upgrade in these mini Easter cheesecakes.
The base is made with crumbly and flavorful biscuits. Meanwhile, the vanilla cheesecake is jam-packed with pieces of Easter candies.
Decorate these individual cheesecakes with a swirl of whipped cream and more chocolate candy if you dare.
Even the Easter bunny would give up his carrots for one of these bad boys.
Thick, rich, silky smooth cheesecake that doesn’t require an oven? I’m in!
My favorite thing about cheesecake is the blend of creamy goodness and tang from the cream cheese.
But I don’t always love the extended cooking and cooling times.
Luckily, this no-bake cheesecake is just as sweet and luscious. Calling for just six ingredients, it’ll be ready in no time.
Top it with melted chocolate and Easter candies, and you’re good to go.
Carrot cake is a very common dessert for Easter. If it’s good enough for the Bunny himself, it’s good enough for me!
And once you try this cheesecake version, you’ll never go back.
You’ll swirl rich cheesecake and super moist carrot cake batters together in one pan.
There’s no need to make it perfect, either. It will be spectacular no matter what it looks like.
All I want in my Easter basket is this carrot cheesecake!
Look at how fun these cheesecake desserts are! Every bunny on the block will go nuts for these cheesecake-filled Easter eggs.
From the rich chocolate and sweet cheesecake filling to the fun and fruity “yolk,” these are sure to be a hit.
Use apricot jam or lemon curd to flavor the yolk, and you’ll have a yummy dessert that’s perfect for spring.
If you need a last-minute dessert for Easter, you can’t beat this no-bake Oreo cheesecake.
It’s amazing how thick and luxurious this cheesecake feels. One slice is more than enough!
If your little bunnies are hoping for chocolate sandwich cookies in their basket, they’ll love this Oreo cheesecake.
Move over chocolate eggs; there’s a new dessert in the basket!
It won’t come as a surprise to hear that this Nutella cheesecake is incredibly decadent.
The combination of chocolate-hazelnut spread and cream cheese is heavenly. It’s tangy, sweet, and pretty much to die for.
Add an Oreo crust and a Nutella glaze, and you’ll be sneaking into the kitchen at midnight.
As much as I love no-bake desserts, you just can’t beat slow-baked cheesecakes. And this Sara Lee cheesecake recipe is one of my faves.
It may be simple, but it’s far from basic.
With a buttery Graham Cracker crust and a sweet and tangy filling, it’s a nearly flawless dessert.
And since it’s simple, you can dress it up however you like.
So, stick with the traditional sour cream topping or customize it with fresh berries or chocolate eggs.
We’ve had a lot of chocolate treats on this list. So, let’s get into something bright, fresh, and fruity!
Brightly colored and beautiful to look at, your guests won’t be able to get enough of this rhubarb cheesecake.
Rhubarb is very sour, but once you add sugar and combine it with creamy cheesecake, everyone will love it.
This rocky road cheesecake is a twist on a classic ice cream flavor.
You’ll start with an Oreo crust that supports quite a massive dessert.
The filling is swirled with caramel and then topped with marshmallows, chocolate chips, pecans, and more caramel drizzle.
If rocky road wasn’t your favorite before, it might be now!
Give everyone’s favorite campfire treat a major upgrade with this sensational s’mores cheesecake.
This dessert looks sophisticated, and it tastes incredible!
Start with a Graham Cracker crust (duh! What else?), and add dreamy marshmallow cheesecake.
Finish it with decadent ganache, and you might struggle to share this one.
There’s nothing quite like the warmth of cinnamon. And while it’s usually a fall flavor, this snickerdoodle cheesecake is tasty all year round.
Between the snickerdoodle cookie crust, rich filling, and generous sprinkle of cinnamon and sugar on top, this is irresistible.
Upgrade that lemon meringue pie to a no-bake cheesecake, and your friends and family will thank you for days to come.
Creamy lemon curd cheesecake sits atop a buttery Graham Cracker crust. It’s zippy and light with a nice kick of citrus.
But it’s the mountain of meringue on top that’ll leave you drooling.
Layer after layer, this banana cream cheesecake (a Cheesecake Factory copycat!) does not disappoint.
In fact, it just gets better after every dreamy mouthful.
How can you go wrong with a crushed cookie base, lively banana filling, and shredded coconut on top?
You can’t! This cheesecake is perfect, and you’ll crave it again and again.
No-bake cheesecakes are popular because they take minimal effort to make. No water baths or slow cooling periods in the oven, thank you very much!
They’re creamy, tasty, and ideal for any occasion. That’s why there are a ton on this list.
And this strawberry version is elegant and fruity.
It’s a spectacular dessert for Easter because of the pastel colors, sweet strawberries, and overall delightfulness.
I love any dessert that combines two tasty treats in one. And there’s nothing more indulgent than a cheesecake-covered brownie!
Between the rich and decadent chocolatey goodness and the silky smooth, slightly tangy cheesecake, it really doesn’t get any better than this.
Better yet, they’re easy to portion, making them ideal for parties. They travel well too!
If you’ve never had an orange creamsicle, prepare to fall in love! It’s creamy and super citrusy (without being overpowering).
Now imagine that in a cheesecake!
This ice cream-turned cheesecake dessert is light, fresh, and carries a hint of nostalgia.
Plus, the color is ideal for any spring celebration, including Easter Sunday.
One bite and this no-bake orange creamsicle cheesecake will leave your guests feeling extra “hoppy.”
Here’s another terrific cheesecake that’s perfect for Easter.
The recipe gives you the creamiest cheesecake filling ever. And it suggests a yummy fruity topping that offers a beautiful contrast and balance.
Or, you could skip the fruit and make something really over the top.
I’m thinking of a pastel-colored white chocolate ganache with a bucket of candies on top!
You might see this recipe and think, “egg-scuse me, what? Malt is for milkshakes, right?”
Oh no! Malted milk is a dreamy flavor booster that makes this cheesecake wonderfully unique.
It’s truly an incredible dessert. So get ready to devour the whole thing!
I am all bunny ears for this Godiva chocolate cheesecake.
Chocolate makes everything better, and this cheesecake delivers in spades. But, seriously, it might even be too much for some people.
This recipe is rich, creamy, and super indulgent.
So hold the chocolate bunnies, I’ll have a slice of Godiva chocolate cheesecake instead.
Mini cheesecake bites are small and cute but pack a fantastic punch of flavor.
They stand high on a crispy vanilla wafer, and the filling is as smooth and luscious as can be.
Finish them with a topping of your choice. Or make a few options.
Have some with chocolate, some with fruit, and some with candies. Either way, your friends and family will love hopping over to the dessert table.
I know that pumpkin cheesecake is usually reserved for the fall. But that color is too good to miss out on!
This recipe is another Cheesecake Factory copycat, and between the spices and a fantastic pumpkin flavor, it lives up to the reputation.
Try these Oreo cheesecake bites for an Easter treat full of cookies and cream delight.
With a whole Oreo cookie at the bottom and a crazy good filling, every bite is packed with Oreo pieces and creaminess.
Every little chick or bunny at the party will love these.
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