Nothing is better on a hot day than one of these quick and easy no-bake lemon desserts.
They’re bright, zippy, and so scrumptious, you’ll want to make them all!
30 Quick and Easy No-Bake Lemon Dessert Recipes
Whether you’re in a rush or just don’t want to turn the oven on, these no-bake lemon desserts are must-makes.
With simple ingredients, very little effort, and minimal baking equipment required, they’ll satisfy any sweet tooth.
And from tart no-bake cheesecakes to creamy parfaits, they’re perfect for every occasion.
Lemon bars are great. But these irresistible no-bake lemon and cardamom slices are on another level!
From the crumbly base to the silky cream cheese filling white chocolate, lemon zest, and floral cardamom, they’ll stand out on any dessert table.
Fresh lemon ice cream is the perfect summer treat. It’s sweet, tart, and refreshingly creamy.
Perfect for anyone who likes things zesty, it’s got a flawless mix of sweet and sour. And that’s all down to the fresh lemon juice and lemon extract.
Feel free to add zest too. Or better yet, jazz it up with crushed meringues or cookies!
Nothing beats a homemade dessert. So why not make this easy and lemony no-bake pie for your next BBQ?
Use a pre-made crust to shorten the prep, and fill it with a quick blend of cream cheese, lemon pudding, and milk.
The flavors balance perfectly to create an irresistible dessert. Top it off with whipped cream or Cool Whip, and it’s ready to go!
Lemon cheesecake in under 15 minutes (plus chilling time)? Yes, please!
It’s simple, creamy, and super citrusy. And all it takes is cream cheese, cream, sugar, and lemon juice.
Top amp up the flavor even more, try drizzling some lemon curd over the top too!
Cake truffles couldn’t be easier to make. Just crush some pre-made cookies and mix in a little cream cheese or frosting.
This recipe calls for a light coating of almond bark. But you can use white chocolate if you prefer.
Either way, top them with bright yellow sprinkles. Yum!
How stunning are these passionfruit and lemon meringue bars?
If you think lemon meringue is too tart, try this version. The passionfruit brings sweet-tartness I know you’ll love.
And if you’ve never made fluffy egg whites before, don’t stress. It’s a Swiss meringue recipe – which is the easiest of them all!
Topped off with vibrant fresh lemon slices, these pastel parfaits are sure to tantalize every taste bud on your tongue.
You’ll make a super quick sweetened cream cheese filling flavored with lemon pudding and concentrated lemonade.
Then, layer it with Cool Whip to dial down the tang. How easy is that?
Never made an icebox cake before? Then this is a terrific place to start.
It’s nothing more than fluffy pudding and Graham Crackers, but man, is it impressive.
The crackers soften in the fridge, becoming soft and almost sponge-like.
It’s such an easy concept, but it yields tasty results. And it’s something even the kids can help with!
Looking for something with a kick of fruity goodness? Try these raspberry and lemon bars!
It’sa vegan recipe, so you’ll need dates for the base and soaked cashews for the filling.
But don’t worry, that lemon and raspberry flavor really shines.
I know what you’re thinking, but no, there’s no coffee in this tiramisu!
Instead, you’ll dunk lady fingers in lemonade and layer them with a luscious lemon and mascarpone mix.
Chill for a few hours, then top it off with crushed lemon cookies. Wow!
Ketoers! I’ve got something for you too!
These fat bombs are just what you need to curb those sweet cravings without ruining all your hard work.
A mix of coconut oil, butter, cream cheese, stevia, and lemon juice, they’re creamy and lightly citrusy. Oh, and delish!
Here’s another cheesecake you’ll go gaga for.
It starts with a lightly spiced ginger crust. But it’s the filling that’s the real star.
Chock full of lemon peel, lemon juice, and lemon curd, it’s citrussy to the max!
Plus, there’s a ton of fresh raspberries in there too.
This delightful treat is ideal for your next party. The little portions are perfect for mingling.
The tangy citrus of the lemon curd complements the richness of the cream cheese just rich.
And, of course, no cheesecake is complete without a handful of biscuits to add a crunchy texture.
Zippy lemon and deep, fruity blackberries are a match made in dessert heaven.
And just look at those colors! How amazing does the dark berry layer look under the pale yellow?
And luckily, these bad boys taste just as good as they look.
A divinely delicious and utterly fuss-free dessert, this yummy lemon posset is a heavenly blend of tart and sweet flavors.
Serve chilled in individual dishes and top with fresh berries, a dollop of homemade whipped cream, or a sprinkle of candied lemon peel.
It doesn’t get any better than that.
This fun combination of flavors makes this lemon dessert a truly unique experience.
Tart lemon custard with shredded coconut is a delightful mix of tastes and textures.
Add some chunks of pound cake and extra coconut on top, and they’re ready to be devoured.
17. Lemonade Popsicles
If you’ve never made popsicles at home before, consider this a sign!
Just mix lemonade with water and a bit of sugar, then pour the mixture into a popsicle mold.
The result is a perfectly balanced treat that’s bursting with juicy citrus flavor.
I can’t decide what I like most about this one.
The layers of crushed golden Oreo cookies, the creamy pudding, or the blend of cream cheese and Cool Whip.
No, it’s definitely the mix of them all!
Need something to stand out in a crowd? You can’t beat these vibrant blueberry cheesecake bars!
You’ll make a quick jam with blueberries, maple syrup, cinnamon, and vanilla extract. Feel free to mash this as smoothly as you like.
Once that’s cool, swirl it into a scrummy cashew and coconut milk filling with lemon juice and maple syrup.
This sweet and tart treat combines everything you love best about summer.
No, not the margaritas! The fresh strawberries and lemonade!
It’s super creamy, super sweet, and oh-so-zippy. And it’s all thanks to the mix of coconut cream, condensed milk, and lemon juice.
Top it with fresh fruit and lemon zest.
Need something small and sweet to end a dinner party? It’s got to be chocolate truffles!
But instead of the usual dark chocolate recipes, why not try these white chocolate and lemon bites?
They’re so soft, they melt on your tongue.
The next time you’re craving something light and sweet for breakfast, try these lip-puckering lemon cookie granola bars.
Featuring crispy lemon cookies with brown rice cereal, and oats, they’re chewy, crunchy, and filling.
Flavored with honey, lemon zest, and lemon icing, they’re sure to wake you up!
23. Lemon Charlotte
Similar to the tiramisu recipe above, this Charlotte cake consists of ladyfingers and a sweetened lemon and mascarpone filling.
But where the Charlotte differs is in its molding. You’ll line a baking dish with ladyfingers, so they hold the filling in place.
It’s a pretty popular dish, so why not give it a whirl?
This is a delicious and easy twist on the traditional thumbprint cookie.
And not only is it no-bake, it’s also gluten-free and vegan!
The cookie is a blend of almond butter, oats, dates, lemon juice, and salt. The dates bring sweetness and hold everything together beautifully.
And if you want to amp up the citrus, try filling the thumbprint with curd!
The subtle yet complex flavor of turmeric punctuated by a peppery bite of ginger is already delightful.
Add lemon to the mix, though, and you’re on to a winner.
Seriously, you won’t be able to get enough once you try it!
Lemon sugar crepes are an indulgent yet simple French-style breakfast.
They provide a subtle sweetness and have the most addictive taste and texture.
Serve the crepes slightly warm with a side of fresh fruit and a light dusting of powdered sugar.
Crispy Chex cereal coated in a combination of white chocolate and powdered sugar is nothing new.
It goes by many names – including puppy chow – and it’s a terrific little snack.
But have you ever had it infused with lemon?
No? Then you better make this asap!
28. Lemon Granita
This lovely lemon granita is the perfect summer treat.
It’s super zesty, lip-puckeringly tart, and incredibly cool. You’ll add some superfine sugar for sweetness, but the lemon is the star.
Serve in hollowed-out lemons or glasses, and enjoy!
Lemon and oatmeal make for a unique flavor combination that’s simply divine.
In these delectable no-bake cookies, you’ll get plenty of tart lemon and nutty oat flavors.
Meanwhile, the creaminess from the butter adds an enjoyable depth.
Tangy lemon cookie dough with buttercream frosting and crunchy lemon Oreo crust…uh, wow!
This might just be the ultimate no-bake lemon dessert.
After all, who doesn’t adore cookie dough?
But instead of the same old chocolate chip, this is creamy and zesty.
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