No-Bake Kinder Bueno Cheesecake Recipe

Are you a Kinder Bueno lover? Here’s a sweet and delicious no-bake Kinder Bueno cheesecake for you! The Kinder Bueno chocolate bars are a perfect ingredient to add to the all-time favorite cheesecake. A drizzle of melted milk chocolate and whipped cream are sweet additions as toppings for this cheesecake.



• 170 grams biscuits or Graham crackers
• 2 Kinder Bueno bars
• 6 tbsp melted butter


• 8 grams gelatin powder
• 40 ml water
• 2 1/4 cups cream cheese (at room temperature)
• 1/3 cup + 1 tbsp powdered sugar
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
• 10 oz melted kinder chocolate
• 2/3 cup cold heavy cream



Prepare a food processor.
Add 170 grams of biscuits or Graham crackers into the processor.
Pulse until fine crumbs form.
Add two Kinder Bueno bars.
Pulse until well combined.
Pour 6 tbsp melted butter.
Pulse for the last time to combine.
Once done, transfer the mixture into an 8-inch springform pan.
Spread and press the mixture into the bottom of the pan.
Place it inside the fridge.


In a small sauce bowl, add 8 grams of gelatin powder.
Add 40 ml of water.
Stir the mixture.
Set aside for 10 minutes.

In a large mixing bowl, add 2 1/4 cups of cream cheese.
Add 1/3 cup + 1 tbsp of powdered sugar and 1 tsp of vanilla extract.
Beat until well combined and texture is smooth.
Add melted kinder chocolate into the mixture.
Beat until well combined.
Add 2/3 cup of cold heavy cream.
Whip until soft peaks form.

Meanwhile, microwave the gelatin powder mixture for 15 seconds.
Add 1-2 tbsp of the cream mixture.
Mix until well combined.
Add it back into the bowl of cream mixture.
Mix until well combined.
Pour it into the springform pan with crust in it.
Spread evenly and smoothen the surface.
Place in the fridge for at least 6 hours.
After 6 hours, remove from the fridge.
Release the cheesecake from the pan.
You can drizzle melted milk chocolate as a cake decoration.
You can also add whipped cream topping.
Slice cake into equal triangles to serve.

No-Bake Kinder Bueno Cheesecake Recipe
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