Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles
Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles

When it comes to dessert, I’ve got a new favorite! Ever since the birth of little Matteo, having people over for dinner has not been as easy as it used to be. We’ve had to come up with new ideas to save time, and these No-Bake Caramel Cheesecake Shooters are just perfect. They are easy, fast and visually stunning.

Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles
Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles

You can easily find all the necessary ingredients at your local supermarket. If you need dessert cups, I got mine from SupaCute Desserts.

Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles

Melting the butter is the only cooking you’ll have to do; the rest is “assembly work”. These adorable desserts can be prepared ahead of time, stored in the refrigerator and taken out only minutes before serving.

Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles
Cheesecake Food Pixels Photography Photographer Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milan Los Angeles

Ingredients

  • 4 tbsp Butter
  • 8 oz Cream Cheese
  • 1 can Condensed Milk
  • 1 can Caramel
  • 4.5 oz Graham Crackers
  • Whipped Cream

No-Bake Caramel Cheesecake

Preparation: 20 min – Servings: 8

Instructions

  1. Crumbs the Graham crackers
  2. Melt butter
  3. Combine crumbs with melted butter and spoon it into the bottom of the shooter glasses
  4. Add cream cheese and 2/3 of the condensed milk to a bowl and mix it together
  5. Layer the cheese mixture on top of the crackers layer
  6. Repeat one layer of crackers and one layer of cheese
  7. Combine the caramel with the remaining condensed milk
  8. Fill the little cup with the caramel mixture all the way up
  9. Refrigerate for 1 hour
  10. Top with whipped cream

Discussion

Comments (23)

    1. Hi Shirley! Graham Crackers are a specific kind of cookies ideal for dessert base. I think they are a kind of tea cookies. You can find them in any supermarket, there are many brands who produce them! Good luck with the recipe and please let me know if you are able to find all the ingredients 🙂

    1. Hi Holly, thanks for visiting our blog. They are definitely ok to freeze. Allow them to defrost completely and add fresh whipped cream!
      Let me know if your guest will like them! Have a great day 🙂

  1. Do you use the whipped cream cheese as in the picture or the brick of cream cheese usually used in cheesecake recipes?

  2. This looks delectable! I want to serve it at a bridal brunch. How many cups will this make? Can it be served in 2 oz cups? & what is the “1 can caramel”?

    1. Hi Pat, so sorry for the delate answer. I used 3.3 oz cups and I did 8, you can definitely use a 2 oz it will just come out a few more. If you look at the first picture, the one of the all ingredients, I used nestle la lechera, is just a little can of already made caramel, you can use any brand you like, any supermarket should sell them. Enjoy!!!

  3. can these be made 2 days before an event and kept in refrigerator for 2 days? i need to make around 100 for a party. Also can whip creams be added on the day of party and be left out from refrigerator for a few hours?

  4. Hi! I am wondering the same thing as Sami above. Can these be made a day (or two) ahead of time and left in the refirgerator?

    1. I’m so sorry for the delay, yes, you can definitely do them 2 days ahead, just add the whip cream at the last minute!

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