My Easy-to-Make No-Bake Cheesecake

Do you love eating desserts? Most people have a sweet tooth and I’m one of them. We just couldn’t get enough of eating sweets. As a matter of fact, I’ve been craving for a slice of cheesecake since the day Harry bought a 2-kilogram pack of Philadelphia cream cheese. Whenever I see a pack of cream cheese, the only thing that pops into my head is a YUMMY CHEESECAKE! Haha! Since I couldn’t find any bakeshops that sell cheesecakes here in Uiryeong, I decided to make my own version of a homemade non-bake cheesecake. My goal was to keep it easy and simple as much as possible because I didn’t want to stress myself too much. Hahaha!

This recipe which I’m going to share with you today may not look appealing to you or may not even suit your taste but I can guarantee you that it is the easiest no-bake cheesecake recipe you could ever find. Yesterday, I had fun making this yummy recipe with the help of my lovey dovey, Harry. He was my photographer yesterday. Even though it was my first time making this delicious dessert, I felt confident enough that I could pull it off. Actually, anyone can make this dessert. You don’t have to be an expert because the procedures are very simple and easy to follow.

Here are the steps:


1.) Crush the biscuits thoroughly. You can use crushed grahams for your convenience. They don’t sell graham crackers in Uiryeong so I decided to buy a box of plain biscuits instead.

2.) Melt the unsalted butter on the stove. Please be careful not to burn it.

3.) Pour the melted butter into the crushed biscuits. Add some sugar according to your taste and mix well.

4.) Get a rectangular pan and cover it with aluminum foil. Pour the mixture into the pan and press using your clean hand. Make sure to evenly distribute the mixture because we want to create a nice crust.

5.) Put the crust inside the refrigerator and allow it to set for about 15 minutes.


6.) In a separate bowl, put your cream cheese and whipping cream and mix them altogether. Add some sugar to add sweetness to the batter. Add some milk. In my case, I used fresh milk. If you want to skip adding milk, that’s absolutely fine. Mix the batter continuously until all the ingredients are well incorporated. We want to make a lump-free batter. If you see that the batter is already free from lumps, then you know that it’s good to go.

7.) Put the batter into the crust which you prepared earlier. Make sure that the batter is evenly distributed on top of the crust.

8.) Refrigerate the finished product overnight to let it set. I’m sure you don’t want to eat a mushy cheesecake, do you? 😄;)


Some people say that waiting is the most difficult part in making this kind of dessert. Well, I couldn’t agree more! After making my cheesecake, I was drooling over it and all I wanted was to grab a spoon and dig in. But you know it’s always worth the wait.


This morning, after eating breakfast, we ate some of the cheesecake which I made yesterday. I’m glad that it turned out well. Harry told me that his family likes it as much as he does. Thank goodness! Hahaha! So there you have it folks! My very own non-bake cheesecake. Hope you try my recipe and let me know your feedback about it.

Thank you for reading my blog!

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4 thoughts on “My Easy-to-Make No-Bake Cheesecake

  1. Hi there. I found your on Mom Bloggers Club. This looks like a delicious recipe. Have you ever linked up with a blog hop/linky before? It’s a place where you can link up a post and then everyone reads and comments on each others. I host 2 of them a week. One is for recipes and the other is for any post that you wish to link up. Here is the recipe one if you would like to link up
    Hope you will come join us 🙂

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