Fluffy no-bake white chocolate cheesecake. A rich dessert that’s delicious served with tangy raspberry coulis.
You will all know by now how much of fan I am of my no-bake treats on this blog. I always enjoy testing and creating different kinds of no-bake desserts, especially no-bake cheesecake recipes.
Now it’s officially spring it’s time to share some fresh fruity desserts and recipes.
I’m kicking off the season with this white chocolate cheesecake. Consisting of layers of buttery digestive biscuit base and creamy smooth white chocolate cheesecake. Each slice is served with a drizzle of homemade raspberry coulis which contrasts beautifully with the cheesecake.
We served this cheesecake for guests we had over the Easter weekend for a dinner party. It was requested I make a dessert for our cheesecake loving friends and this recipe certainly impressed.
Each slice cuts perfectly and holds its shape even without gelatine. You can serve the cheesecake with an assortment of mixed berries but I think the raspberry coulis and fresh raspberries really compliment the white chocolate.
300g or 20 digestive biscuits
140g unsalted butter
White Chocolate Cheesecake:
500g full-fat cream cheese, softened (I leave mine out at room temperature for about half an hour to soften)
300g white chocolate
300ml double cream
45g (3 tablespoons) icing sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
200g-250g (2 cups) fresh or frozen raspberries
1-2 tablespoons icing sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice or water
- To make the biscuit base: Break the digestives up into smaller pieces. Place in a ziplock bag and crush with a rolling pin or place the biscuits in a food processor and process until they’re fine crumbs. Mix together with the melted butter. Press the biscuit crumbs into a 23cm springform cheesecake tin until compact and firm. Leave in the fridge whilst you make the cheesecake filling.
- To make the cheesecake filling: Melt the white chocolate over a bain-marie or in a heatproof bowl in the microwave in 20-second intervals. Leave to cool slightly.
- Beat together the softened cream cheese and the melted white chocolate until smooth.
- In a separate bowl whisk the cream, icing sugar and vanilla until soft peaks form. Fold the cream in two batches into the cream cheese mixture.
- Spread the cheesecake filling onto the prepared biscuit base and smooth over with a palette knife or spatula. Cover and leave to set in the fridge for at least 6-8 hours or preferably overnight.
- To make the raspberry coulis: Place the raspberries, icing sugar and lemon juice/water in a small saucepan. Heat gently and continue to cook until the raspberries break down and you’re left with a thick and glossy sauce. Take off the heat and pass the coulis through a fine mesh sieve into a clean bowl. Discard the seeds. Leave the sauce to cool before refrigerating.
- Serve the cheesecake with white chocolate shavings, the chilled raspberry coulis and some fresh raspberries. Cheesecake will store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
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27 thoughts on “White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberry Coulis”
Simply delicious 😋
Oh Jess, your no bake cheesecakes are always such dreamboats 😀 Those raspberries look absolutely DIVINE. And I love your plates! Everything about this post makes me happy!
Beautiful and so easy! This is one pretty cheesecake and I love the raspberry coulis. Well done and just in time for berry season.
I’m a sucker for a good cheesecake, and this one looks amazing, Jess! Save me a slice? 🙂
What a stunning photo, Jess! I adore white chocolate cheesecake and would love a slice or two of this right now!
Great photo! The cheesecake looks amazing and you cut it so perfect! Mine are never even when I cut!! Looks really good!
Jess, your creations are always perfection. <3
White chocolate and raspberry pair so beautifully together! I love how well the cheesecake sliced and that gorgeous coulis 🙂
Looks amazing!! Will surely try it soon!!
Holy shmoly, this look delicious! Love how easy it is, and the white chocolate and raspberry combo tastes like spring!
As usual, this looks just perfect. White choc and raspberry is a perfect combo, of course, and I’d be extremely happy to see it on the menu!
This cheesecake is simply stunning!! Almost too pretty to eat. But with those flavours, I would definitely serve up a huge slice and devour it; pretty or not! 😀
This looks perfetc Jessica, this is such a winning combo!!
This looks very Irish, Jessica! Coming from America, I like my cheese cake baked…but your photos are so nice, you may have me swayed to try this one for my family!
Delicious and relatively easy, it seems! I think I am going to try it, but I will add some chocolate for sure 🙂
* I meant with DARK chocolate added in as well.
Oh my, it looks stunning!! Well done you! 🙂 Monica x
Hi, I have made this cheesecake using this recipe and it is a hit! Although with all the butter and sugar in the white choc I try to only cut a small slice and leave the leftovers with the host of the party 😉
From Vanessa (all the way from South Australia)
Hi Vanessa, thanks for stopping by my blog! I’m really pleased that you enjoyed my cheesecake recipe! It’s definitely an indulgent treat so it’s great for sharing. 🙂
Can i use ginger nut biscuits instead?
Hi Debbie – absolutely! Gingernuts will work well with the white chocolate. Enjoy the cheesecake!
I love using this recipe. So easy and delicious
Hi Iqra, thanks for your comment. I’m really glad that you enjoy this cheesecake recipe! 🙂
how many portions does this serve and can you add fruit puree in it instead of white chocolate
Hi Zoe – this cheesecake serves 10-12 slices. I wouldn’t recommend adding the raspberry puree to the cheesecake mixture instead of the chocolate as this would alter the consistency too much and the cheesecake might not set very well.
I keep coming back to this recipe! I made exactly as per recipe the first time, but I have since used this base recipe to make a whole heap of flavours – blueberry, caramel, choc-orange, milo (Aussie here!)… Some flavours I have mixed through to create swirl effects which have worked great. My current venture is Caramilk. This recipe never fails me, THANK YOU!!
Hi Natasha! Thank you so much for your lovely comment! I’m really happy you’ve been enjoying this recipe and have made it so many times with different flavourings (they all sound super yummy).