No Bake Coconut Cheesecake Dessert

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If you are looking for quick desserts recipes, then here is a great recipe for No Bake Coconut Cheesecake Dessert. This no bake cheesecake recipe is bound to please anyone that it is served to, plus it is super easy to make. Some of the best cheesecake recipes can be found on the internet, and there are really amazing cheesecake recipes out there. With so many fabulous cheesecake recipe options its hard to choose just one to make. There are cherry cheesecake recipes, chocolate cheesecake recipes, caramel cheesecake recipes, coconut cheesecake recipes, strawberry cheesecake recipes, even vegan cheesecake recipes that are made with nuts instead of cow milk. I am sure you even have a favourite cheesecake recipe that you enjoy making at home or ordering when you are out at a restaurant. Maybe this no bake cheesecake recipe will join that list of favourite cheesecakes in your books.

This is one of those quick desserts that you can make in a flash with ease. No baking needed for this awesome dessert, just put the three layers of ingredients together and you have yourself an amazing coconut cheesecake dessert ready to be served. The recipe contains three layers made up of whipped cream, coconut pudding cheesecake and a shortbread cookies layer for the bottom of the cheesecake recipe. The shortbread takes the place of the usual graham cracker crust on the bottom of a classic cheesecake recipe, making this recipe a nice light flavoured cheesecake. And how pretty it looks with the toasted coconut shavings on top of it. This no bake cheesecake recipe would be great to make any time of year you are feeling like a little bit of tropical influence and flavour. Even in the middle of winter when you are dreaming of summer days.

Cheesecake is usually made up of cream cheese or ricotta cheese in some cases. Even though cream cheese is an American creation, we can see cheesecake being made all around the world. Different countries have their own versions of cheesecake that they make, like in Italy, where cheesecake is made with ricotta cheese and lemon mostly. Back in ancient Greek times, cheesecakes were made with fresh cows milk cheese and then sweetened with honey and served with fruit, much like how we enjoy cheesecake today. Sweetening the cheesecake with honey is a great way to keep the glycemic level of the recipe low, while still having that nice sweetness to it. In ancient times the cakes were made round to celebrate the moon and the sun and the cyclical nature of life, the circle of life. The no bake cheesecake recipe featured here is made into a rectangular pan, but it could be made into a circular one as well. Coconut is the perfect flavour for a cheesecake as the coconut already is known to be one of the creamiest fruits out there. The pairing of the flavour with the classic cake is a beautiful blend of creaminess.

Thank you so much to Dorothy from Crazy for Crust for this awesome recipe for No Bake Coconut Cheesecake. Dorothy is the owner of this awesome food blog called Crazy for Crust, and she writes all of the entries and does the photography as well. All of the photos and recipes on her site are beautifully done and they make you want to make the recipes just so you can try out the food you see in the photos. You can find other recipes on her food blog like bread recipes, breakfast recipes, healthier recipes, and of course tons of dessert recipes. Check it out and try out this lovely no bake cheesecake recipe, it might just be the best cheesecake recipe you have made.*

Nutrition Facts for: No Bake Coconut Cheesecake Dessert From Crazy For Crust
Ingredients: Shredded sweetened coconut, instant coconut pudding mix, nonfat milk, Walkers Shortbread Fingers, unsalted butter, cream cheese, Cool Whip or fresh whipped cream, coconut extract.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 512, Calories from Fat 343, Total Fat 38.1g 59%, Saturated Fat 26.9g 135%, Cholesterol 77mg 26%, Sodium 646mg 27%, Potassium 143mg 4%, Carbohydrates 38.5g 13%, Dietary Fiber 2.2g 9%, Sugars 17.0g, Protein 6.1g Vitamin A 17%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 7%, Iron 24%

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