Monday, May 25, 2015

No-Bake White Chocolate, Raspberry & Oreo Cheesecake ♥

This no-bake white chocolate, raspberry and Oreo cheesecake is such a simple dessert to make and it really doesn't take much time to prepare either, in fact, the hardest part is waiting for it to set in the fridge, especially when you're dying for a bite! I've made different variations of this recipe over the years and the Oreo base was a new twist on the classic (this recipe actually started out with blueberries and a digestive biscuit base!). What's great about this particular recipe is that you can substitute the ingredients for whatever you may like, you can add in different berries, have a different base and even decorate the top as you please, it really can be made unique to suit whatever your taste buds fancy.

 To make this delicious cheesecake you'll need -

14oz of white chocolate (roughly two large bars)
9oz of marscapone cheese (roughly one large tub)
9oz of cream cheese (roughly one and half tubs)
81/2 fluid oz of double cream (1 250ml carton should do)
2 punnets of raspberries
2 packets of Oreo biscuits
41/2 oz of butter
White chocolate chips
Spring-form baking tin

 How to make this yummy cheesecake -

1. Weigh out your ingredients and place the marscapone cheese, cream cheese and double cream in a mixing bowl. Mix together, I recommend using a mixer. I used a vintage Kenwood mixer and it did the job really quickly and made the ingredients perfectly smooth too.

2. Melt the white chocolate in a bowl over a saucepan, I actually tried melting mine in the microwave and it didn't turn out great at all so in future I'll be using the trusty bowl and saucepan method. Mix the chocolate in with the marscapone cheese, cream cheese and double cream mixture until smooth.

3. Fold in the raspberries, making sure they are evenly placed within the mixture.

4. Melt the butter and crush the Oreo biscuits with a rolling pin, place into a bowl and mix the melted butter through to form the base of the cheese cake. Spread the base evenly at the bottom of you spring-form baking tin.

5. Top the base with the cheesecake mixture, spread out evenly with the back of a spoon. Add on your topping decoration and place in the fridge to set.

6. I left my cheesecake setting overnight but 4 hours should be okay too. Serve up your cheesecake and enjoy!

As you can see it really is so simple to make and this white chocolate, raspberry and Oreo cheesecake really does make the perfect and quick no-bake treat, it literally took me only twenty-five minutes to make. It's especially perfect for having for Sunday dessert - which I shall be having it for. I also added some flowers from the garden for some extra decoration, because I really can't do anything without some sort of flowers or a floral pattern being involved!

Will you be making my cheesecake recipe for yourself? If you do, enjoy your sweet treat!


  1. Oh my no bake goodies! Love it. Looks so delish and good for my soul! Hahaha. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. This looks REALLY delicious. I do love cheesecake especially the creamy kind and with fruit--an Oreo base you say--oh my- all my favorites rolled into one.

  3. This is my kind of summer cake - ooey, gooey, filled with oreo goodness and white chocolate. You're speaking my language! Looks amazing!

  4. Cheesecake is my other half's favorite dessert, Mind you he loves the original recipe the best, I think I might have to try this, this weekend and see what he says.

  5. Oh wow, I sure do love cheesecakes, any type or flavor really! This one looks so good, something to make soon for sure!

  6. This looks so tasty! I love cheesecake of any kind, but white chocolate and raspberry sounds soooo good!

  7. Oh my goodness! This looks absolutely incredible! Pretty sure my whole family would absolutely LOVE this and it wouldn't last long in my house! - - jeanine

  8. No bake cheesecake, my favorite. I love raspberry and oreas. I have never thought about combining them. Bookmarked to use later.

  9. OMG! I drooled once I saw the opening of the cake. Good gosh I need that now! Lol I've got the recipe to bake this cake this weekend! Thanks!

  10. This looks amazing!! You had me at Oreo and Cheesecake!! YUM!

  11. You don't even know how good that sounds to me! I must have a slice and soon. Every ingredient in here sounds unbelievably delicious!

  12. Oh this looks delicious!! I love cheesecakes that have an Oreo crust it really makes the cheesecake amazing!

  13. This looks sooo good! We'll have to add this to our recipes to try - thanks for sharing :)

  14. oh my goodness! that looks wonderful, will be trying thus, thanks x

  15. This looks absolutely delicious and wish i could come through the screen and try some of this now! This is on my list to do!

  16. This looks delicious but I don't like cheesecake but my family loves it for sure. I will have to make this for them. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Oh my, this look really yummy and soeasy to make! I think it would be great for potlucks and parties!

  18. This

    This has to be the single most tempting recipe post I have ever seen. I think I'm actually drooling a bit! If I send this to my husband, do you think he will make it for me?!

  19. Okay, now that is something super easy that can be done this summer for sharing at a party. Plus my girls love oreos!!

  20. This is making my mouth water!! Love the fact that there is no baking. I have never used this kind of cheese.. will check it out in our supermarket this weekend :)

  21. Oh my days this looks good! I've saved this to try and make my own :)
    Kirsty x


  22. I've been trying to perfect a recipe for this for the past few weeks, and I will definitely be trying yours! It looks gorgeous x

  23. How absolutely gorgeous does this no bake cake look! I am a big fan of Oreos and LOVE combining them with raspberry! Great photo that is mouth watering !


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