No bake mini raspberry cheesecakes for a virtual baby shower

I love these No bake mini raspberry cheesecakes. They are no bake, better for you and really easy to put together.

no bake mini raspberry cheesecake
These  the raspberry cheesecakes I got to make for Caroline’s baby shower from Chocolate and carrots. She is the nicest girl in the world and she is about to have her first child. Just a few more weeks!!

These may not be the healthiest mini raspberry cheesecakes out there but it sure it is delicious :-) I figured I make a sort of regular version for this especial occasion and then later I can concentrate myself in making it slightly healthier although I think this one is pretty good the way it is!! It got a B nutrition facts rating :-)

I have previously made this No bake peanut butter cheesecake that was truly a success and was also divine. I really wouldn’t know which cheesecake to pick, they are both very different in flavor. Either one is good.

You may go ahead and look in the bottom of the post for the remainder of the goodies the other bloggers got to make as well.

I wish we could have done this physically and been able to meet everyone so I could have been able to try and eat everything!! Maybe one day :-)


 You can make these cheesecakes on a bigger cake pan if you like. I would suggest doubling the ingredients though. I also freeze the mini cheesecakes for about 30 minutes to 1 hour before unmolding them so that I can get a cleaner cheesecake look!!

no bake mini raspberry cheesecakes


No bake mini raspberry cheesecakes for a virtual baby shower

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8-10 min cakes

Total Time: 25 minutes


  • 1/2 cup maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon Agar powder, or gelatin
  • 1/4 cup hot water
  • 8 oz low fat cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 10 oz organic frozen raspberries, thawed


  • 1/3 cup oats, gluten free
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 8 graham crackers, gluten free
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1 tbsp almond milk
  • 1 tbsp dark cocoa powder


In a food processor pulverized the oats and graham crackers. Transfer to a mixing bowl and add in the cocoa powder and chia seeds. Incorporate the melted butter and soy milk and combine. Press mixture down onto the mini cheese cake pan molds with removable bottom.

In a mixing bowl mix heavy cream, maple syrup, and cream cheese. In another bowl dissolve the agar powder (or gelatin) in 1/4 cup hot water and add to the cream cheese mixture. Incorporate well. Carefully fold in the raspberries.

Divide filing among the cheesecake molds and refrigerate over night. Place in the freezer 1 hour before serving to ensure a well set up cheesecake.
Decorate as desired.

NOTE: If you like to use fresh raspberries just mash up a bit with a fork before folding into the mixture so that you get the bleeding effect.

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Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 8 mini cheesecakes.

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Kevin & Amanda – Baby Cinnamon Buns


  1. Que rico y que presentación tan bonita…sabes que el otro día hice la appel pie oatmeal y me encanto…muchos besos

  2. These little pink cheesecakes are so pretty! Love them. Glad to be a part of the shower with you:-)

  3. Miryam, I can’t begin to thank you enough for such a sweet gesture! I woke up to one of the best surprises a girl could wish for. I’ve been crying at every post (probably because I’m so emotional at the moment) and can’t stop smiling at all of the kindness.

    You always make such amazing things. I’m always inspired by your heathified desserts. They always make my mouth water. And don’t even get me started on these cheesecakes! They look incredible!!! I would just eat them ice cold and I bet they are absolutely delicious!

    Thank you so much again! You are so so sweet.
    chocolate & carrots

  4. such a lovely thought!…..gorgeous cheesecakes!

  5. Yum! Beautiful and just perfect for the shower! And your peanut butter cheesecakes look amazing too!

  6. It was a cheesecake kind of day. I love raspberry cheesecake and these are gorgeous. I really need a mini cheesecake pan! Great to “meet” you through this shower!

  7. They look delicious! Nice blog and good luck with your cookbook :)


  8. These look amazing! I love no-bake cheesecake and these look so beautiful with raspberries! I’m SO craving cheesecake after this shower!

  9. these look so gorgeous – perfect for a baby shower! so glad to be part of the virtual shower with you!

  10. I’m SO happy that they turned out! Your last email or two had me a little nervous. :)

    They look amazing and super cute! The crust looks especially interesting.

    And haha, I love that we have three types of mini cheesecakes today. Everyone loves cheesecake, right? :)

  11. Que elegante! I am making something super similar this week :)

  12. What a gorgeous color! These mini cheesecakes look delicious, and are perfect for a baby shower =).

  13. Wow, these are just gorgeous. And the fact that it’s no-bake makes them even better!

  14. beautiful! i love the idea of the oat and cracker crust, too. so fun!

  15. These are gorgeous. They sound delicious, and they are such a pretty color!

  16. Such cute cupcakes! :) By the way, I tried the lime and coconut cake that you have shared here at your blog. It was amazing! Thank you for a good recipe. If you want to know how it turned out, just check out: [email protected]

  17. These look fantastic!!!
    …but I landed here because of the Gluten Free tag that was put on it.

    They call for graham crackers, oats and soy milk (none of which are gluten free unless you know to specifically find gluten free versions.)

    I know to look for these things, but I have been dealing with this for quite a while. Someone not knowing the details of a gluten allergy or celiac disease may not know this, especially since it’s tagged as a gluten free recipe.

    Please adjust the tag, or make notes in the recipe for those that may attempt this for a party… Would be horrible accidentally “gluten” someone with celiac.


  18. These look so good!! Sharing on my page tomorrow for Valentine’s Day :)

  19. Where did you find a mini pan with holes in the bottom…love the idea, but would love trying the recipes better with this type of pan… Thanks!

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