Coffee lovers, this is for you: Easy No Bake Coffee Cheesecakes Recipe! You’ll be able to make these flavorful, mini dessert cups in less than 30 minutes.
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This Easy No Bake Coffee Cheesecakes recipe is just another example of how a dessert can be so simple, but can still make an impression. I made these last week and everyone that I served these to was raving over the flavor of them. When I added that they were super simple AND featured Starbucks coffee, they were practically begging for the recipe.
This recipe will take you just 30 minutes (or less) to make. And if you love coffee, like my family does, you will be even happier with this. You’ll only need a few ingredients and there is only a handful of steps.
To make my Easy No Bake Coffee Cheesecakes recipe, you’ll first combine crushed graham crackers with a bit of melted butter and sugar. This mixture is divided up into small cups, glasses or bowls. I used small 4-ounce canning jars.
To give your No Bake Coffee Cheesecake a top notch coffee flavor, you’ll need 1 packet of Starbucks Via Instant Coffee. As you might know, no-bake cheesecakes tend to be softer than baked cheeesecakes, so you wouldn’t want to use actual liquid coffee in this. The dry packet of Starbucks VIA works perfectly. (and no, this post isn’t sponsored by Starbucks – I just love their coffee!) You can buy Starbucks via at your local Starbucks location, in the coffee aisle at your local grocery store, or online: Starbucks Via Instant Coffee.
Using a mixer (I used my red KitchenAid hand mixer), mix softened cream cheese with powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and one packet of the Starbucks VIA. I used the Pike Place Roast, which is a medium roast, but you can substitute one of their other roasts, if you prefer.
See how the Starbucks VIA starts to dissolve so quickly into the cheesecake mixture? These packets are so great for adding coffee flavor to lots of your dessert recipes!
Whip it all up until it’s nice and smooth (as shown below).
Then, fold in a tub of thawed whipped topping, which you can find in the freezer section of your store.
Divide the mixture among your jars. I ended up with 5 servings (in 4-ounce canning jars), but I could have filled them less full and probably stretched it to 6 servings (we also, may or may not have sampled quite a bit of the mixture). You could also put the mixture in a pastry bag with a very large decorating tip and fill the cups up that way, even going higher than the edge of the canning jars.
To finish them off, I chopped up chocolate covered espresso beans, which I found in the bulk section of Winco (my local grocery store). I gave each cup a swirl of whipped cream and then a sprinkle of the chocolate covered coffee beans.
Easy No Bake Coffee Cheesecakes Recipe
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My Easy No-Bake Coffee Cheeseakes recipe is my contribution to the #12Bloggers Event that happens on the 12th of every month. It includes myself and 11 blogging friends and we all create recipes around a common theme — all of the recipes have 12 ingredients or less too. This months theme is NO BAKE CHEESECAKE RECIPES and is hosted by Angie at . For more no bake cheesecakes, visits the links below:
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