No-bake strawberry cheesecake bites

Posted: March 31, 2023 Last updated: May 7, 2023
No-bake strawberry cheesecake bites

Never made no-bake strawberry cheesecake bites before? Get ready, because if you taste a slice of these, you’ll be in the kitchen preparing this delicious treat many times this summer.

No-bake strawberry cheesecake bites

Has strawberry season arrived yet? Because I can’t wait to make this cheesecake with strawberries again.

This strawberry cheesecake recipe is made without an oven, so it is a no-bake recipe. Strawberries are always available in the warmest months of the year, so it’s nice if the oven can stay out.

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I chose to make the recipe in a square baking pan, so you can cut these nice square bites out of them after they set. Of course you can also make the recipe in a round springform or baking pan, I give a tip for that in the frequently asked questions below.

For the base, I used the following ingredients:

  • Biscuits, like graham crackers
  • Butter, this will make the cookie crumbs form into a firm base.

For the strawberry filling (and decoration) of the cheesecake, you will need the following:

  • Cream cheese, from Philadelphia, for example.
  • Vanilla extract, indispensable and easy to make yourself.
  • Lemon juice, because the juice gives the cheesecake a nice freshness.
  • Whipping cream, to make your cheescake nice and fluffy as well as to decorate the bites nicely.
  • Gelatin, you will need this to make the cheesecake keep its shape.
  • Granulated sugar, this gives a nice but not too sweet taste to the cake.
  • Strawberries, the most important flavoring of this strawberry cheesecake.
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FAQ: strawberry cheesecake bites recipe

Can I also bake this cheesecake in the oven?

No, that’s not what this recipe is meant for.

Which baking pan did you use for the strawberry cheesecake?

I used a 20 x 20 cm (8 x 8 inch) square baking pan to make these cheesecake bites. This baking pan, for example.

Can I also make this cake in a round springform or baking pan?

That is possible. In the recipe card, under the small picture of the recipe, you will find a “convert recipe” button. If you click on this you can enter a different size baking pan and then the tool will convert the ingredients for you. Handy isn’t it?

Can I replace the strawberries with another type of fruit?

Yes you can. I have not tested it for this particular recipe, but I would replace the strawberries in this recipe 1:1 with raspberries or blackberries.

Can I also make the cheesecake without gelatin?

No, you cannot simply leave out the gelatin. However, it is possible to replace it with an alternative such as agar-agar.

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No-bake strawberry cheesecake bites recipe

These no-bake strawberry cheesecake bites are a delicious summer treat! You make this easy recipe without an oven.
Servings: 16 bites
20 x 20 cm baking pan (8 x 8 inch)


Cheesecake base

  • 150 grams of biscuits like graham crackers
  • 80 grams of unsalted butter

Strawberry cheesecake filling

  • 400 grams of cream cheese
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • juice of one-half lemon
  • 125 grams of whipping cream
  • 5 gelatin sheets about 7,5 grams)
  • 100 grams of fine granulated sugar
  • 250 grams of strawberries washed + leaves removed


  • 125 grams of whipping cream
  • 8 strawberries decoration


Cheesecake base

  • Crush the cookies to fine crumbs, melt the butter and add the crumbs to this. Mix well and pour into the baking pan (lined with baking paper). Press firmly and place in the refrigerator.

Strawberry cheesecake filling

  • For the strawberry cheesecake filling, mix cream cheese, vanilla extract and lemon juice until blended in a bowl. Then add 125 ml of whipping cream in a small stream while continuing to mix for two minutes. Set aside.
  • Soak the gelatin sheets in a large bowl of cold water.
  • Blend 250 grams of strawberries in a blender. Heat the strawberry puree in a saucepan with the sugar until the sugar is dissolved. Let simmer for a few minutes. Turn off the heat, squeeze the gelatin leaves and dissolve them in the strawberry mixture in the saucepan. Make sure this mixture is not too hot.
  • Mix the strawberry-gelatin mixture into the cream cheese mixture in a thin stream while continuing to mix, but keep 4 tablespoons of the strawberry mixture aside. When fully mixed, pour it onto the cookie base and smooth it out.
  • Spread the four tablespoons of the strawberry mixture over the top of the cheesecake and swirl it in with a wooden skewer. Let the cheesecake set in the refrigerator.


  • To serve, cut the cheesecake into 16 pieces. Whip the remaining whipped cream ( delicious with some vanilla sugar) and pipe a swirl on each strawberry cheesecake bite. Stick half a strawberry into each swirl of whipped cream and enjoy!

To smooth the cookie base in the baking pan, it is best to use the rounded side of a spoon or a glass.
How to store

In the fridge, the strawberry cheesecake bites will keep for three to four days.

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