No-Bake Toblerone Cheesecake (aka danger!)

My soon-to-be sister-in-law, Amanda, introduced me to this recipe.  She said she got it off the Kraft website, but it doesn’t appear to be there anymore.

This cake is extremely tasty and easy to make… It’s pretty dangerous!

For my cheesecake-loving-Dad’s birthday, it was the perfect thing!

Toblerone Cheesecake

Here are the directions from Amanda:

What you need:

– 1 1/4 cup of Oreo baking crumbs

– 1/2 cup of butter

– 2 pkg of cream cheese

– 1 cup of peanut butter

– 1 cup of sugar

– 200g of Toblerone (4 mini bars or 2 regular size bars)

– 1 1/2 cups of cool whip (thawed)

Directions: Melt the butter in the microwave and mix the Oreo crumbs with melted butter than press it down in a 9″ spring form pan (I usually use the back of a spoon and push it and smooth it out to the edges- it doesn’t seem like it will be enough but it definitely will cover the entire bottom) Refrigerate crust for at least 10 minutes Beat cream cheese, peanut butter and sugar until well blended Cut half the Toblerone (100g) into small pieces and mix into cream cheese mixture Whisk in 1 cup of cool whip into mixture Spoon mixture over crust and refrigerate for 3 hours Microwave remaining cool whip (1/2 cup) and remaining Toblerone in the microwave for 1 minute and pour over mixture and refrigerate until firm When ready to serve run knife along the edge of the pan to loosen cake and remove the rim.

Then invite people over to eat it with you (so you don’t try to eat the whole thing yourself!)


4 thoughts on “No-Bake Toblerone Cheesecake (aka danger!)

  1. Yes, please! Do you think other nut butters can be substituted? Or is this recipe dependent on the ultra-creamy texture of peanut butter? Thanks.

    • Happy New Year Angie! Hmm, good question. It would be amazing with almond butter! I’m not sure what would happen… I think as long as you kept it refrigerated until it was time to serve, it would probably hold it’s shape as long as you don’t use anything too liquid in texture. Only one way to find out! Keep me posted if you try it!

      • Sounds like a perfect challenge for a Sunday dessert! I’ll definitely let you know when we get to it. And I see CONGRATULATIONS are in order, Caitlin! May you and your fiancee enjoy your engagement and many happy years to come! Also, my husband and I gave my young daughter (and now husband) a wonderful wedding reception last June. If any of my fresh experience can be of service to you, please let me know 🙂

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