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17 Best Valentine’s Day Cheesecakes

Nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like these delicious Valentines’s Day cheesecakes.

And from red velvet to chocolate, they’re light, creamy, and oh-so-sweet.

Valentine's Day Cheesecakes featuring Homemade Sliced Red Velvet Cheesecake Served on a Wooden Cake Tray
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15+ Easy Valentine’s Day Cheesecake Recipes and Desserts

Bookend your next romantic meal with something creamy, decedent, and elegant.

Or treat your family to a dessert they won’t soon forget.

No matter who you’re spending February 14th with, these Valentine’s Day cheesecakes are sure to be a hit.

1. No-Bake Red Velvet Cheesecake

The bright color of this red velvet cheesecake screams Valentine’s. But it’s more than just a pretty face. 

Between the red velvet cheesecake and crumbly cookie crust, this dessert melts in your mouth. 

The best part? It’s 100% no-bake and comes together in just 20 minutes (with a 4-hour chill time). 

2. Valentine’s Day Strawberry Cheesecake

This heart-stopping cheesecake looks like something from a fancy bakery. But I swear it’s easy to make at home. 

It features two layers, one pink, and one white. But both have strawberry flavors.

The bottom calls for pureed strawberries, while the white layer uses strawberry extract.

If you can’t find extract, use vanilla paste instead. The bottom layer has enough fruity flavor!

3. Chocolate Cheesecake with Chocolate-Coated Strawberries

What’s better than chocolate-covered strawberries? Chocolate-covered strawberries on top of a dreamy chocolate cheesecake!

It’s insanely creamy, thanks to the double cream. And while the recipe calls for milk chocolate, feel free to use dark if you prefer.

Either way, the chocolate flavor will shine!

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4. Love Heart Valentine’s Day Cheesecake

Love Hearts (Conversation Hearts) are a staple for Valentine’s day. But I know the flavor can be divisive.

They’re like the candy corn of Valentine’s – you either love ’em or hate ’em.

That said, this cheesecake is an excellent option if you want to include these iconic candies without adding flavor to your dessert. 

5. Valentine Cheesecake Bites

Making a whole cheesecake for two might be a lot for Valentine’s Day.

So these cheesecake bites are a terrific option if you want something smaller but just as sweet.

They have an Oreo cookie base and creamy vanilla cheesecake in the center. Add some whipped cream and heart sprinkles, and you’re all set.

6. Keto Cheesecake for Two

Keto diets don’t end on the holidays. So if you want to indulge for V-day, I’ve got you covered.

These keto-friendly cheesecakes are the perfect option for a romantic dinner for two.

Use almond flour for the base and a low-fat filling of cream cheese and sour cream. 

Add some red coulis and chocolate, and they’re ready to be devoured.

7. Blackberry No-Bake Cheesecake

Since no-bake cheesecakes need time to set, I suggest making them the day before.

That way, you can keep it hidden away and surprise your Boo after dinner on the big day.

And this blackberry recipe is ideal for anyone who’s not into overly sweet treats.

It’s berrylicious and stunning but perfectly balanced, sweet, and smooth.

8. Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies

Red velvet brownies are my go-to for V-day. Especially if I’m going to a Galentine’s Day get-together.

But when you add cheesecake to the mix, they’re a million times better.

Cut them into hearts if you like. But really, that bright red hue does all the heavy lifting.

9. No-Bake Vanilla & Mocha Cheesecakes

Coffee and cheesecake go hand in hand, in my humble opinion.

One is slightly bitter, while the other is creamy and sweet. Together, they’re the perfect balance of flavors.

And this no-bake recipe is also kind of healthy. You’ll use dates and coconut in the crust and coconut sugar in the filling. Yum!

Slice of Godiva Chocolate Cheesecake with Whipped Cream

10. Godiva Chocolate Cheesecake

Want something insanely indulgent? You can’t beat this dreamy Godiva chocolate cheesecake.

The filling features Godiva 72% dark chocolate bars, so it’s very dark and intense. You can, of course, use another brand, but make sure it’s good quality.

Since there’s coffee in the mix, too, this one is for serious chocolate lovers only.

11. Strawberry Heart Mini Cheesecake Bites

Is there anything cuter than these super-mini cheesecake bites? They’re just the thing for a party or get-together.

And all you have to do is cut the tops off fresh strawberries. Simple, but so effective.

Use V-day themed cupcake liners (I like thicker paper liners since the filling is so moist) and enjoy!

Oreo Cheesecake

12. Philadelphia Oreo Cheesecake Recipe

This one may not be red, but who can resist the allure of cookies and cream?

It delivers a double punch of chocolate flavors with a buttery Oreo cookie crust and more cookies right in the filling.

I like to garnish this with whipped cream and strawberry Oreos on top.

13. Heart-Shaped Vegan Valentine’s Cheesecake for Two

You don’t need butter or cream for an insanely delicious and flavorful cheesecake. 

This vegan cheesecake uses vegan butter for the crust and cashews for the filling. 

It’s rich and creamy, and that tart strawberry layer takes the flavors out of this world.

14. Conversation Heart Cheesecakes

Here’s another fun recipe with Conversation Hearts.

Or rather, inspired by Conversation Hearts! And don’t they look phenomenal?

You’ll need heart-shaped molds to get the cleanest shape. And use gel food coloring for the brightest hues.

15. White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberries

White chocolate and raspberries are two of my favorite flavors. So you know this is a flawless blend of fruity and creamy.

There’s sweet white chocolate chips in the melt-in-your-mouth cheesecake filling. 

From there, just layer fresh raspberries over the top. It’s simple but looks incredible.

Add some white chocolate shavings, and it’s ready for your date.

16. Cheesecake with Heart-Shaped Swirls

I’m sure you’ve seen recipes like this before. But did you know they’re insanely easy to recreate at home?

All you need is a piping bag and a sharp knife.

You’ll dot strawberry coulis over the top in a spiral moving to the middle. Then run a knife tip through each dot to make the hearts.

It’s sweet, creamy, and looks incredible.

17. Cherry Cheesecake Jars

An entire jar of cherry cheesecake. What’s better than that? 

Not only do these jars taste amazing, but they are fun to put together. 

It’s a simple layering of buttery Graham Crackers, creamy no-bake cheesecake, and tart cherries. That’s it!

17 Best Valentine’s Day Cheesecakes

Nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like these delicious Valentines’s Day cheesecakes. From red velvet to chocolate, they’re light, creamy, and oh-so-sweet.


  • No-Bake Red Velvet Cheesecake

  • Valentine’s Day Strawberry Cheesecake

  • Chocolate Cheesecake with Chocolate-Coated Strawberries

  • Love Heart Valentine’s Day Cheesecake

  • Valentine Cheesecake Bites

  • Keto Cheesecake for Two

  • Blackberry No-Bake Cheesecake

  • Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies

  • No-Bake Vanilla & Mocha Cheesecakes

  • Godiva Chocolate Cheesecake

  • Strawberry Heart Mini Cheesecake Bites

  • Philadelphia Oreo Cheesecake Recipe

  • Heart-Shaped Vegan Valentine’s Cheesecake for Two

  • Conversation Heart Cheesecakes

  • White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberries

  • Cheesecake with Heart-Shaped Swirls

  • Cherry Cheesecake Jars


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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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