With summer approaching who wants to turn the oven on to bake a cheesecake? This easily constructed nutella no-bake cheesecake will fill the desert void without heating up your house!
Since there is no baking involved construction options abound: from elegant single-serving portions built in a ring mold, to a family pleasing casserole sized option.
The crunchy Oreo cookie base works wonderfully with the Nutella filling, a chocolate base with a hazel nut and cocoa filling… whats not to love? Mixing the Nutella with the whipped topping yields a smooth and creamy middle that rivals the smoothest oven-baked cheesecakes.
Paired with some whipped cream for an additional topping, and a quick drizzle of syrup and you have a winning summer desert for the whole family!
- 12 Oreo Cookies, crushed into crumbs
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened (Low fat)
- ⅔ cup Nutella
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- 1 (8 ounce) tub frozen whipped topping, thawed (Low fat)
- whipped topping, optional
- chocolate shavings, optional
- toasted, chopped hazelnuts, optional
- In a medium bowl, stir together the Oreo cookie crumbs and melted butter. Evenly divide the crumbs between your individual serving dishes and/or 8 inch springform pan press into the bottoms of the dishes to form a crust layer.
- In a large bowl, with an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese and Nutella until smooth. Add vanilla, nutmeg and mix to combine. Using a rubber spatula, fold in the whipped topping until well blended and no streaks remain.
- Evenly pipe or spoon the filling into individual serving dishes. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
- If desired, garnish with additional whipped topping, chocolate shavings, and/or toasted, chopped hazelnuts.
This looks delicious! Is the whipped topping just to make it fluffy? Wondering how it would come out with just more cream cheese? Either way I have to make this!
Samantha your absolutely right about the whipped topping, it does give the cheesecake the fluffy texture and of course makes it look bigger. I love the idea of using more cream cheese and omitting the whipped topping, you will have to tell me how that turns out if you try it!
Made the cheesecake. While you may want to add portion suggestions for a pie pan size (I ran out of Oreo bits) I think it turned out amazing. It was the perfect gift for my Nutella-crazed brother. Thanks again and take care.
So funny! I made this for my husband who I could and would classify as a Nutella addict! When I make this recipe I love making the individual servings and a 2.5 inch ring mold to create a built in portion control for my husband the Nutella “addict”. I used an 8 inch casserole dish, I just went to measure to confirm. I’ll update the recipe information. Thanks again and glad you enjoyed it!
I’m planning to make this for my boyfriend when he gets home from his Airforce training because he loves Nutella. I was wondering if it will work in a regular springform pan (I think it’s 9 inches or 11 inches) and if I need to change the amount on anything. Thanks!
Sounds exciting Molly, I hope he loves it! You should add a couple of extra oreos for the crust to make sure theres plenty to go around, I’d probably add around 4 whole oreos, and 1 teaspoon of butter. The butter might not be completely necessary but it will certainly help the crust stay together. Again I hope he loves it and thank him for all he is doing for our country or will do!
Hi Selina! Thank you so much for this recipe. I don’t have an oven so this is perfect since I have a couple of Nutella jars in my cabinet. I am planning to make this for my daughter’s 7th month-celebration tomorrow. I am just quite confused as to how big the given ingredients can make. Please forgive me if I might have had lapse in understanding if ever you have mentioned it already.
Thank you again, and I am so looking forward to making this. 🙂
Congratulations on your daughters seven month celebration! The ingredients listed made the small serving (made in a ring mold) and also the full size version in the last picture. For reference that dish is 8.5″ in diameter and it was filled about 1.5″ with filling. I hope this helps.
I’m just curious, what is a 7th month celebration?
Just made this tonight for my 10 year old boy who loves Nutella… on everything! Taco shells, bread, rice krispies squares, muffins & more. Even loves dipping his pretzels & potato chips in it, lol! It is for dessert tomorrow, so I made it late tonight & will chill it until then. He was still awake & had to lick the bowl! 2 thumbs up, he says 🙂
Oh, and I made it in an 8″ deep dish pie plate. I did use a little more butter & a cup of oreo crumbs because we like lots of crust up the sides like a pie crust. I may try it next time with double cream cheese, double Nutella, double or maybe 20 cookies with the same amount of Cool Whip & put it in a 9×13″ pan. I (and my son) thank you so much for this delicious recipe!
Glad you liked it!!
So glad you enjoyed it let us know how the doubled recipe goes!
THIS IS PERFECT! My husband’s birthday is next week and this is the perfection combination of two things he lives: cheesecake & Nutella! Will tell you the verdict next week!
Birthday wishes to him! Can’t wait to hear what you think!
I really like the look of this but have no idea what frozen whipped topping is. I’m in Australia and I’m pretty sure we don’t have anything like that.here. Could I just used whipped cream?
In the states we have a product called Cool Whip which I used for this recipe but you could absolutely make homemade whipped cream for it. Just make sure the whipped creams light and airy, not to firm.
This recipe looks amazing. Is frozen whipped topping like whipped cream? I have never heard of it and I’d love to try the recipe.
Trisha Paul says
Is this for single servings only or a whole cake? I don’t see anything about serving size. 🙁
Trisha the recipes for a whole cake however I made individual servings for a dinner party we were having thus some of the photos with the recipe. Hope that helps.
I made this once and the nutmeg was to overpowering so I made another one without nutmeg and it turned out really yummy taking it to thanksgiving with the family
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I am totally making this for Easter Nathan, thanks for sharing!
It’s so delicious and you are very welcome!
Thanks for the recipe!
However, I’m in Australia, and have never heard of frozen whipped topping. Any ideas on what to use as a substitute?
Thanks in advance.
Whipped cream. That’s what I would use. Whipped topping is garbage -especially the “low-fat stuff.”
Thanks for posting! Do you crush whole oreos for the crust (including the cream filling?) or do you scrape out the filling first?
I left the filling in and it was AMAZING
I’m terrible at making desserts but I really want to try this! How far in advance can I make it in a spring form pan?
Also…could I make this in a regular 8×8 glass pan? Would it set up and serve well?
how many people does this recipe serve?
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Jess Allaway says
Like someone earlier I would like to know if the Oreos used include their filling (only kind available in uk) or do you revive the cream filling before crushing for crust. Many thanks.
Jess Allaway says
Previous comment should have read “remove” cream filling.