How adorable are these little mini cheesecake desserts?! Red velvet cheesecake never looked so tempting! I love everything about this no-bake version of the classic red velvet cake in mini form. These are not only fun to make but they’re also fun to eat! Garnish the top of the cheesecake with melted white chocolate and berries for the ultimate finishing touch! I LOVE serving mini desserts like this, especially for parties where people can grab a bite to enjoy any time.
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How to Make Mini Cheesecakes
These no-bake cheesecakes start with a Golden Oreo crust but you can also use chocolate oreos if you want more chocolate flavor. To ensure the crust is firmly pressed, try using the bottom of a shot glass to press the crumbs firmly into place. The crust on these can be a bit crumbly. If you want a firmer crust, preheat the oven to 350F and bake the cheesecake crust for 10 minutes, then let it cool before adding the filling.
Red Velvet Cheesecake Filling
The no-bake red velvet cheesecake filling is equally easy to make! It’s a simple combination of cream cheese, sour cream and sweetened condensed milk. I add little bit of gelatin to help the cheesecake filling set. Fill each mini cheesecake to the top with the red velvet mixture. Top them with small pieces of fruit or berries for extra garnish! Let the cheesecakes set in the refrigerator for a few hours, until the filling is completely set. If desired, drizzle the tops with melted white chocolate!
Red velvet cheesecake is one sweet and beautiful way to profess your love to that someone special. But don’t wait until Valentine’s Day to enjoy this treat! These mini cheesecakes are great year-round, especially for Christmas!
Enjoyed this red velvet cheesecake recipe? Check out some of my other recipes you’re sure to enjoy!
- Salted Caramel Mini Cheesecakes – another great recipe for mini cheesecakes, this one with caramel sauce!
- Red Velvet Brownie Cheesecake – rich and decadent red velvet cheesecake with a chocolate brownie crust!
- Red Velvet Strawberry Cheesecake – made with red velvet chocolate cheesecake, strawberry mousse and whipped cream!
- Classic Red Velvet Cake – delicate cake layers with creamy cream cheese frosting!
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