No-Bake Nutella Cheesecake Recipe

Make the best Nutella cheesecake – with no oven required! You will just combine crushed chocolate biscuits and melted butter for its crunchy sweet base. Its soft and flavorful filling is a combination of Nutella, cream cheese, and powdered sugar. It’s a sugar rush with your favorite Nutella cheesecake!


For the base:

• 10 oz chocolate biscuits
• 7 tbsp melted butter

For the filling:

• 2.5 cups cream cheese
• 2/3 cup powdered sugar
• 1.5 cups Nutella
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
• 1 tbsp cocoa powder

For the ganache:

• 1/3 cup heavy cream
• 2/3 cup Nutella


This recipe requires an 8-inch springform pan.

For the base:

Place 10 oz of chocolate biscuits in a food processor.
Process until crumbs form.
Add 7 tbsp of melted butter.
Process until well combined.
Transfer to a springform pan.
Spread and distribute evenly.
Press the mixture to the bottom of the pan.
Place inside the fridge to set.

For the filling:

Meanwhile, make the filling.
In a mixing bowl, add 2.5 cups of cream cheese and 2/3 cup of powdered sugar.
Use a handheld electric mixer and beat until creamy and smooth.
Add 1.5 cups of Nutella.
Beat again until well combined and smooth.
Add 1 tsp of vanilla extract and 1 tbsp cocoa powder.
Beat again until well combined and smooth.
Get the springform pan out of the fridge.
Pour the filling into the pan.
Shake to spread and distribute evenly.
Place inside the fridge for at least 6 hours.

For the ganache:

Set a pot over low heat.
Pour 1/3 cup of heavy cream and bring to a simmer.
Once it simmers, remove from the heat.
Pour into a bowl of 2/3 cup of Nutella.
Let it rest for 1-2 minutes.
Stir until well combined and smooth.
Set aside.

Once the filling has firmed up, get the springform pan out of the fridge.
Pour the ganache mixture on top.
Spread to distribute evenly.
Place inside the freezer for 2 hours.
After 2 hours, remove the cheesecake from the springform pan.
Slice into servings.
Serve immediately and enjoy!

No-Bake Nutella Cheesecake Recipe
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