TikTokers love these no-bake desserts

It’s never the wrong time for dessert. But in warm weather, it can be the wrong time to turn on your oven and bake a dessert. If you want to enjoy a sweet treat without heating up your home, try out these 5 amazing no-bake desserts on TikTok

3-ingredient no-bake Oreo cheesecake truffles

This little dessert packs a big punch. All you need is cream cheese, Oreos, and chocolate! Just crumble up your Oreos and mix them into the cream cheese until it resembles a dough. Then roll the mixture into several tiny balls, and freeze them for about 15 minutes. Once they’ve hardened, you can dip ‘em in melted chocolate and chill them in the freezer for another 5 minutes. These are the perfect dessert for any party platter!

No-bake granola and berries frozen yogurt bars

This layered no-bake dessert has it all: a crunchy granola base, a juicy layer of berries, and a creamy blanket of yogurt. The filmer demonstrates how to make each section, which are made one at a time and chilled in between layers. These bars are a great and healthy way to cool down on a warm day. 

No-bake mango cheesecake

This no-bake dessert may not be as easy as 3-ingredient Oreo cheesecake truffles, but for those willing to stick out the process it’s definitely worth it. This recipe puts a tangy twist on the traditional cheesecake by adding mango purée to the cheesecake mixture. If fruit and cheese can go together on a charcuterie board, they’ll certainly work in a cake too!

Healthy no-bake vegan cookies


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♬ Rose Cottage – Vensaire

When you’re craving a sweet treat with minimal effort, make these delicious no-bake vegan cookies. Make a peanut butter chocolate mixture out of melted coconut oil, peanut butter, cacao, coconut sugar, nut milk, vanilla, and sea salt. Then toss your mixture together with some quick oats to make a nice, textured dough. Form your dough into balls and pop ‘em into the fridge to harden. 

No-bake matcha crepe cake

You’ve heard of matcha lattes, but what about matcha crepe cake? Making this simple, light dessert is a cinch. The filmer makes crepes as usual but adds some matcha powder to the batter. After making her crepes, she stacks them with layers of matcha cream—which is just whipped cream with matcha—between each one. Once your crepe cake is assembled, refrigerate it for 24 hours and then serve that baby up!

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