This no bake cherry and chocolate chip cheesecake recipe is quick, easy and served in shot glasses. It’s loaded with cherry and chocolate in each bite which makes it the perfect mini dessert for parties!
I absolutely love these no bake cherry and chocolate cheesecakes. I’m such a huge fan of mini dessert recipes.
These little cuties are layered with an oreo crumb base, chocolate cheesecake with chocolate bits inside, cherry cheesecake with cherry bits inside then topped with grated chocolate and a cherry. Cute and delicious!
I’m completely obsessed with no bake recipes, particularly cheesecake recipes. I have been on a huge cheesecake binge lately. Honestly, I should feel bad about it but I’m too busy making more cheesecake to really care all that much.
Seriously, I never get tired of chocolate. I love all things chocolate, especially milk chocolate.
In fact, I’m sitting here munching a chocolate bar called Mr Big right now. No lie, that’s really the name of it. I’m not sure if they carry them in the states or not. They are a huge hit here in Canada. If you’ve never tried one you should totally give it a whirl.
You can also find this No Bake Cherry Cheesecake Recipe over on Food Fanatic. I was a chocolate fanatic contributor over there in previous years. Loved working with the crew over there, especially Amber!
How to make no bake cherry and chocolate chip cheesecakes
- Start with adorable little shot glasses.
- Add a layer of Oreo crumbs on the bottom.
- Then add a layer of chocolate chip cheesecake filling.
- After that, add a layer of cherry cheesecake filling.
- Top with a maraschino cherry.
- Chill the mini desserts in the fridge for a bit.
- Serve with cute little spoons!
Recipes you will love as much as these no bake cherry and chocolate chip cheesecakes
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- Baked Fudge
- Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwiches
- Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream
- No Bake Coconut Macaroon Cheesecake Parfaits
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Original posted June 17, 2014.
Post updated on July 27, 2020.