If you are looking for a fun and easy recipe for a Summer picnic, this recipe is for you. These No Bake Cheesecake Push Pops do not require baking and they are definitely a hit. There’s just something about fresh berries on a dessert that no one can resist. Also, the push-pop containers make it easy to enjoy!
Our recipe adventures started out with a trip to Safeway. I guess the almost 8-year-old is not too old to ride in the cart! While he sits, I scope out the deals in the ad to see which items are on sale.
After buying a few of my favorite goodies like Fage yogurt, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Simply Lemonade and more, we are on our way home with our two free movie tickets!
The next day, I made some delicious treats with our dairy products, Cheesecake Push Pops! I have no idea why but I have been craving cheesecake and then I remembered I had these push pop containers. I tried to squish all of my ideas into these cute little pops, luckily it worked! My kids loved them too and they were perfect portion sizes.
No Bake Cheese Cake:
- 1 cup of liquid heavy cream (not beaten)
- 1, 8-ounce package of cream cheese
- 1/2 cup of sugar
- 1 tablespoon of Greek yogurt
- 1 tsp of Vanilla
Mix the whipping cream with mixer for approx 4 minutes on med-high until fluffy with peaks. Cut in cream cheese and turn mixer on low slowly adding the rest of the ingredients. Mix on medium for approx 1 minute. Set in refrigerator until ready.
- Sliced Strawberries
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
Place sliced strawberries in bowl and cover with sugar, mix thoroughly and let sit in the fridge until you are ready to use them. This prevents them from wilting.
- 1/2 cup of crushed graham crackers
- 2 tablespoons of melted butter
- 1/3 cup of brown sugar
Crush the graham crackers in a food processor, then pour 1/2 cup in a bowl. Mix melted butter with brown sugar. You can see in the photo too that it doesn’t quite stick all together but it becomes denser. Set aside.
Filling the Push Pops
It helps if you have a stand of sorts, you can see I used a mason jar to hold each one as I filled them.
Fill a pastry bag with the cheesecake filling while it’s folded over your hand. If you can, tie the top once done to prevent it from over flowing.
Fill the bottom of the first push pop with the crust, pat down as much as possible. Take the pastry bag and carefully stay in one place and squeeze the filling out approx 1.5 inches.
Once the filling is in, top with the strawberries and garnish with whip cream. Refrigerate until ready to serve!
I’m not not trying to brag or anything but this filling I created was delicious! You could easily use it as a fruit dip by itself! If you don’t have push pops, serve as a trifle and add a layer of whipped cream in the middle! A lot of people ask me where I got these push pops, I bought them on Amazon!
If you are looking for some other delicious dairy recipes, check out http://www.easyhomemeals.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/
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Jules from A Little Bite of Life says
Oh my gosh, I am swooning! You better have some left, because we are coming to get some! (just joking, but these look awesome, and you even snuck in healthy ingredients!)
Randi - Dukes and Duchesses says
Those push pops look delicious … what a great summer treat!
Andrea Kruse says
Yum! I need to brake out my push-up containers this weekend. I am going to use that filling recipe with some fresh blueberries. Thanks for the recipe!
Laura / Pet Scribbles says
Thank goodness I can’t gain weight from merely reading your scrumptious recipes! LOL
Chelsea @ Someday I'll Learn says
Yum! That filling really looks delicious.