Whether you need a last-minute dessert or just have a serious craving, these indulgent no-bake cheesecakes are quick, easy, and impossibly delicious!
Better yet, you get a luxurious dessert without even turning the oven on. Bonus!
As someone who is (borderline) addicted to cheesecake, I can attest to how incredible these no-bake cheesecakes are.
They’re shockingly rich, dense, and oh-so-creamy.
And as much as I love baked cheesecakes, you can do so much more to cheesecake filling when you’re not baking it.
For example, you can fold in crushed pineapples and make a piña colada cheesecake.
Oh yeah, and I’ve got the recipe below.
30 Best No Bake Cheesecake Recipes We Can’t Get Enough Of
This simple, six-ingredient Philadelphia no-bake cheesecake is an absolute delight.
And it’s the perfect blank canvas for whatever cheesecake toppings you like best.
It starts with a classic Graham Cracker base, over which you’ll pour silky-smooth and lightly tangy cheesecake.
Then comes the fun! Add Nutella, caramel, cookies, brownies, candies, chocolate bars…you get the picture.
Where the recipe above is light and luscious, this chocolate cheesecake is rich, dark, and decadent.
Seriously, there’s no way you can turn down a slice of this. From the chocolate cracker crust to the velvety filling, it’s to die for.
Want to make it even more indulgent? Try adding a layer of ganache!
Woolworth cheesecake is a fabulous icebox cake that’s super fluffy and mousse-like.
It was a popular dessert at the old supermarket chain, Woolworth’s, and it’s making a comeback.
Full of lemon flavor, it’s a fun mix of cream cheese, lemon gelatin, and evaporated milk. Blend it all until smooth, then leave it to set in the fridge.
Better yet, why not play around with the recipe? Use any flavor gelatin you like!
If you’ve been here before, you likely know that I’m a margarita gal through and through.
You also probably know that I’m just a little obsessed with cheesecake.
Do you see where I’m going with this? How could I not make this no-bake margarita cheesecake??
Featuring cream cheese and condensed milk with lime juice, it’s a little like key lime pie.
But then you’ll add tequila and orange liquor for a punch of boozy goodness.
Sprinkle some sea salt on the top just before serving, and you’ll be in dessert heaven!
I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who didn’t like Oreo desserts. So, this Oreo cheesecake is guaranteed to be a hit at any party.
Easy to make and full of cookies and cream flavor, it’s the kind of dessert you’ll crave again and again.
With a cookie crust and chunks of Oreo cookies in every bite, this treat will disappear faster than a package of cookies on a Sunday night.
Cannoli cheesecake might be my new obsession. And I’m sure it will be yours too.
If you think about it, cannoli filling is a lot like no-bake cheesecake. It’s rich, creamy, and features silky smooth cheese (ricotta rather than cream cheese).
So it only makes sense to combine the two!
For the filling, you’ll need cream cheese, powdered sugar, ricotta cheese, vanilla, orange zest, and cinnamon.
And every ingredient counts! For example, you won’t get the same cannoli taste without the orange zest.
Finally, mix in some mini chocolate chips and chopped pistachios. Wow!
Chocolate and peanut butter are like peas and carrots, like cake and frosting, like a Negroni Sbagliato with Prosecco in it!
And this cheesecake might just be the best way to showcase this dynamic duo.
Full of and topped with Reese’s peanut butter cups, this cheesecake is unmatched in terms of peanut butter goodness.
There’s also creamy peanut butter in the filling, so you know this one is crazy-nutty!
The perfect party dessert doesn’t exis…
Stop that thought! Because these rainbow unicorn cheesecake bars and absolutely delightful!
They’re filled with rainbow marshmallows and topped with the most outrageous list of colorful toppings.
Plus, they’re also easy to make, easy to serve, and even easier to eat.
Kids will go crazy for these. But be warned: the adults might elbow their way to the front of the line.
Is it really possible to make key lime pie better? Yes, yes, it is, and it’s this creamy, bright, zippy key lime cheesecake!
If you love key lime pie, this dessert is dangerous – no way you’ll stop at just one piece!
If you can’t find key limes, I highly recommend ordering the juice online. I know it sounds extra, but I swear it tastes different!
Either way, this is the ideal dessert for your next BBQ.
Perfectly portioned, these no-bake blackberry desserts are great for crowds.
Just layer velvety smooth blackberry cheesecake filling on a crunchy cookie crust, then top it with billowy whipped cream.
Add fresh fruit to the top, and you’re all set.
Oh, and feel free to use any kind of berry here. Black raspberries are a fantastic alternative.
If raspberries are what you crave, these sweet and tart cheesecake pots will leave you wanting more.
It only takes about 20 minutes to layer these little desserts.
After a bit of chilling time, you and your friends will be ready to gobble them up!
The next time you’re asked to make a pumpkin pie, show up with this cheesecake instead.
It’ll be a happy surprise that’s sure to leave everyone smiling.
Gingersnap cookie crumbs make an excellent crust for the creamy spiced filling.
And between the pumpkin and cream cheese, there’s no way anyone will complain about the lack of pie.
Can we take a moment to appreciate how gorgeous this layered blueberry cheesecake is?
Plus, it’s so yummy, you’d never even know it’s vegan!
You’ll use dates in the crust for sweetness and cashews and coconut milk in the filling.
Then it’s finished with a tart fruit topping to balance everything out.
And again, go ahead and mix up the berries. I think this would look incredible with vibrant raspberries!
Don’t you just love a cake filled with cheerful colors? Trust me, birthday cake has never tasted this good.
Funfetti cheesecake is just as tasty as it is fun to look at. And all it takes is a generous helping of bright sprinkles!
Top it with whipped cream and golden Oreos, and you’re all set.
And yes, there’s even sprinkles in the crust! So be sure to use light-colored cookies so they can be seen.
When I said “no-bake,” I bet you had no idea I’d tell you to put a cheesecake in a Crock Pot.
Yet here we are!
As with any slow cooker meal, this dessert is a “set it and forget it” recipe that I know you’ll love.
The only caveat is that you need a pan small enough to fit in the pot. Don’t try and make it right in the pot, or it’ll burn and turn rubbery around the edges.
First a slow cooker cheesecake, and now a rice cooker dessert? If you liked the recipe above, this is the next best thing!
If you’ve never tried Japanese cheesecake before, take this as your sign to get baking.
It’s got such a fun and unique texture, and the flavor is a dream.
It’s not what you necessarily expect from cheesecake, but it’s a winner whenever I serve it.
Piña coldadas scream summer, so this cheesecake is just what you need for your next BBQ or summer bash.
The filling mixes cream cheese, sugar, coconut cream, vanilla, whipped cream, and pineapple juice. So you know it’s smooth and zippy.
But then, you’ll add crushed pineapples, adding amazing texture to every bite.
Top it off with whipped coconut cream for added tropical flavor. I also like toasted coconut in the crust, but that is optional.
If you like chocolate-covered strawberries but want to take it up a notch, this decadent cheesecake is the way to go.
It’s fruity, rich, chocolatey, and ideal for date night, Valentine’s Day, or even Mother’s Day.
From the sweet filling to the silky-smooth topping, this has such a spectacular combination of flavors.
Whoever this cheesecake is made for, it’ll be love at first bite.
Coffee lovers, rejoice! This stunning mocha cheesecake is everything you love in the classic drink and then some!
I know I said chocolate and peanut butter were a dynamic duo. But chocolate and coffee are a match made in heaven.
It’s rich, it’s bitter, it’s sweet, and it’s beyond chocolatey. Seriously, the only thing missing is a creamy latte on the side.
Finish it off with a drizzle of chocolate and get stuck in!
Have you ever made a cheesecake with a Rice Krispie treat crust? You’re about to!
Not only are these cheerful squares filled with strawberry flavor, but the creamy cheesecake is such a scrummy contrast to the chewy, crispy base.
These are so unique and guaranteed to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Bright and zesty lemon cheesecake is my go-to for any and every summer soirée.
With a fantastic, crunchy cookie base and creamy lemon cheesecake on top, it’s a true pleasure.
Fresh zest and juice give this dessert magnificent flavor that can’t be beat. So, every bite is a sweet-tart flavor adventure that’s unforgettable.
I think we found it, you guys: the most over-the-top, insanely rich, and decadent dessert ever!
From the supremely buttery biscuit base and moreish caramel cashew filling to the caramel sauce and ganache topping, it’s indescribably scrumptious.
Oh, and did I mention it’s vegan, gluten- and wheat-free, and no-bake? You’re welcome!
Banana cream pie is delicious, but you haven’t lived until you’ve tried this banana cream cheesecake.
This layered dessert is a sight to be seen…and eaten!
It starts with a cookie crust topped with creamy, tangy cheesecake. Next up are fresh sliced bananas and banana pudding.
Finally, top it off with whipped topping!
Grab a fork and dive right in!
This chocolate icebox cake is a beautiful and insanely good take on an Oreo cheesecake.
Cookie crust on the bottom, creamy cheesecake with Oreo chunks in the middle, and a smooth chocolate ganache on top.
Now that’s the kind of dessert that’ll knock your socks off.
Everybody will be fighting their way to the dessert table for these treats. So be sure to make double!
It’s hard for me to explain just how matcha I love this cheesecake!
First of all, the color is gorgeous. That green hue and layered effect are just so enticing, I want to take a million pictures.
And the flavor? Oh, man!
If you like matcha at all, you’ll love it. It’s sweet, earthy, vanilla-infused, and impossibly creamy.
Few flavors beat the buttery, sweet-savory taste of salted caramel. And this indulgent salted caramel cheesecake is proof.
Creamy cheesecake with salted caramel, caramel corn, and pretzels? This is what sweet dreams are made of.
How stunning does this mango cheesecake look?
And from the buttery crust and creamy filling to the vibrant gel top, it’s beyond heavenly to boot.
There’s mango puree in the filling, so you could leave the gel off if you want. But come on, it wouldn’t be the same without it!
Are we still making desserts in mason jars? They’re just too cute to stop!
These mini no-bake cheesecakes are ideal for parties and are super easy to modify.
In fact, you could use any cookie crumb and topping you like. The only recipe you need is for the filling.
Other than that, go nuts! Try chocolate cookies with Nutella or gingersnaps with orange curd. The sky’s the limit!
Cherry cheesecake is a classic. Those bright red cherries give the perfect pop of flavor and color to an otherwise light and bland-looking dessert.
And with only six ingredients, you’ll be munching on these delightful squares in no time.
Your friends and family will thank you and beg you for more.
Apple desserts are a hit during the fall, but this one is too good to only make once or twice a year.
The filling is wonderfully spiced, and the cinnamon-sugar apple pie compote on top is divine.
You can even use caramel apple pie filling for an added level of fun fall flavor!
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