No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Squares

No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Squares

Chocolate Cheesecake Squares anyone?! Really what more do I need to say to chocolate and cheesecake besides delicious!

These are so good! And they are no bake or basically no-bake. I do bake the crust part, but you could easily use a graham cracker crust if you prefer.

I have decided that 9×13 pans are my favorite way to make pies and cheesecake. They serve more and they are easier to make.

Why are they easier to make? Because you don’t have to perfect the crust. Or you at least don’t have to focus on making the crust pretty. Pressing it into a 9×13 pan solves that, which makes it perfect for those that don’t want to tackle a regular pie crust.

No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Squares-

Really doesn’t that look so good? I won’t even admit how fast my family ate this pan of no bake chocolate cheesecake squares. I will just say that they did not last long.

If you need a dessert for a picnic, bbq, or potluck dinner these cheesecake bars would be perfect.

No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Squares

 

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Comments

  1. Can you please tell me how many oz each for the chocolate chips and Coolwhip? I am not that handy in the kitchen and want to be sure to buy enough packages when I go to the store. Thanks!

    • The chocolate chips are about 2 packages. I believe one package is 1 3/4 cups. On the cool whip, I don’t have one to check the ounces on it. I know it was the larger of the cool whips that I used which I think is 12 ounces. I don’ think the basic cool whip size is quite 4 cups, but you could check the side of the container for that. I hope that helps and that you enjoy this. They are really easy to make.

      • Thanks so much…I like the idea of using the leftover chocolate chips for garnish too! I will need more cool whip as I only have one small container in the freezer…Thanks again! One more thing…I have a stand mixer and am wondering if there’s a fold in setting or if I have to do that part by hand.

        • You can do the main part with the mixer, but stir in the whipped cream by hand. If you beat cool whip or whipped cream with a mixer it will deflate it some and it will not be as light and fluffy. It is best to stir/fold it in by hand because you can get it mixed in gently. I hope you enjoy it!

  2. Have you tried it with a graham cracker crust for a total no-bake? Just wondering…

    • Yes before I was gluten free I used graham crackers or Oreos for the crust and it was really good. Especially with the Oreos. :-) I do not remember the amounts I used though for a 9×13 pan.

      • Wow! That was quick! Thanks! MMMMM! The oreos sound delish! I am also gonna try it with SF choc chips. They also make SF oreos now. Hmmmm… I see one of these in my VERY NEAR FUTURE… LIKE TONIGHT! LOL! :)

  3. This looks really good. Do you think you could freeze and thaw the dessert to eat later? Thanks!

  4. this sounds so good!

  5. No bake cakes are really great because it’s just easier to prepare them. I will surely try this this weekend (my cheat day)! Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe. :)

  6. Nancy Hopping-Rivera says:

    Sounds yummy & would make it, but can’t due to the 1 cup sugar! :-(

  7. Can I whip heavy cream to stiff peaks and then fold it in instead of the cool whip? Thanks! :)

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