No-bake passion fruit cheesecake - Sweet recipes (2024)

No-bake passion fruit cheesecake - Sweet recipes (1)


31 augustus 2016

These are the best cakes to make when it's hot outside: no-bake cheesecakes. I make no secret…

No-bake passion fruit cheesecake

These are the best cakes to make when it's hot outside:no-bakecheesecakes. I make no secret of the fact that cheesecakes are my great love. One with passion fruit always had to be made.Finallythe time has come!

You can do this with confidenceno-bakePrepare passion fruit cheesecake on a warm, sultry (late) summer evening without having to turn on your sweltering oven. The result is a deliciously creamy cheesecake with a tangy passion fruit topping.

No-bake passion fruit cheesecake - Sweet recipes (2)

No-bake passion fruit cheesecake - Sweet recipes (3)

prescriptionNo-bake passion fruit cheesecake

These are the best cakes to make when it's hot outside: no-bake cheesecakes. I make no secret…

50 minutes




  • 300 grams of speculations
  • 60 grams of butter


  • 400 grams of cream cheese
  • 6 tablespoons of honey
  • 200 milliliters of whipped cream
  • 100 milliliters of orange juice
  • 5 gelatin leaves


  • 8 passion fruits
  • 50 milliliters of orange juice
  • 2 gelatin leaves


  1. Line the bottom of the baking tin (24 cm diameter) with baking paper. Crumble the cookies as finely as possible. This can be done in the blender or with a rolling pin.
  2. Place a saucepan on the stove and melt the butter. When the butter has melted, turn off the heat and add the gingerbread crumbs. Mix well, spread over the bottom of the baking tin and press down with a spoon. Place the mold in the refrigerator.
  3. Soak the five gelatin leaves in cold water. Mix the whipped cream until smooth and set aside. Take another bowl and mix the cream cheese together with the honey until soft. In the meantime, place a saucepan in which you heat the orange juice, remove from the heat. Squeeze the gelatin leaves and add them to the warm orange juice, stirring until incorporated. Let this cool a bit and then mix into the cream cheese mixture in a very thin stream. If you do this too quickly, the cream cheese will curdle.
  4. Taste to see if the cream cheese mixture is sweet enough, otherwise add some honey. Then add the whipped cream and fold it in with a spatula, so that it retains its lightness. Remove the baking tin from the refrigerator and spread the cream cheese mixture over the bottom. Let the cake set in the refrigerator for a few hours.
  5. After 1 – 2 hours, soak the remaining 2 gelatin leaves in cold water for five minutes and hollow out all the passion fruit with a spoon. Set the filling aside in a container. Place a saucepan with 50 milliliters of orange juice. When it has heated sufficiently, turn off the heat, squeeze out the gelatin leaves and add them to the hot juice. Stir until the gelatin is absorbed by the juice and then add the passion fruit filling. Allow to cool and then pour onto the cake. Then let the cake set for another 1 – 2 hours.

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22 posts about “No-bake passion fruit cheesecake

  1. Whooow, this sounds so good!
    Can't wait to make this, which will definitely happen within the next week😉

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    1. Thanks! Curious about your results!

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  2. It seems wonderful to me.
    Going to make it tomorrow.
    Riet Wansink.

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    1. And did he succeed Riet?

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  3. Looking awesome! What kind of cream cheese do you use for this? The monchou variant or more the philadelphia (which is a bit more sour)

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    1. I do indeed use the monchou, but a dairy spread is also fine for a slightly more sour result.

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      1. Thank you!

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  4. Made half a recipe today and tasted it. Delicious. Worth repeating!

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    1. Yeeh, great to hear! Bakse!

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  5. Hello Mariette

    I came across your site by chance, very nice and often easy recipes, I also sometimes make a no bake cheese cake but then use mascarpone (250 grams) and 200 ml whipped cream is fatter of course, but we eat very little sweets and I usually make the cake for the visitors.

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    1. Hi Annelies, thank you for your message. That sounds delicious too, with cherries and a Bastogne base, just like a monchou cake! That's certainly possible every now and then 🙂

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  6. Where do you buy passion fruit?
    It seems wonderful to me

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    1. I bought them at the market, but I also saw them regularly in the supermarket at the time.

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  7. How many grams are the gelatin leaves, because mine are 4 grams and I wouldn't want the cake to sag

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    1. That is a good question! The leaves I used weigh just over 1.5 grams each.

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  8. Hoi Marriet,

    Can I also use half monchou and half dairy spread for this cake? I thought it was a bit on the heavy side in terms of taste (I'm not a big fan of cheesecake) but it was so much fun to make and I have another party next week :)
    Greetings Hanneke

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    1. Hi Hanneke, that is absolutely possible! You can also use proportionately more whipped cream and less cream cheese. That also makes it a bit lighter.

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      1. Thank you! That's a good idea too! I'm going to try it out!

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  9. Hey Mariette
    How warm should the orange juice be? Or approximately how long should it be on the fire?

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    1. Hi Nicole, you only need to heat the orange juice slightly. Gelatin should not be added to hot liquid. Love, Mariette

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  10. Hoi Mariette,

    Is it also possible to use cottage cheese instead of cream cheese? And if so, how many gelatin leaves would you use?


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    1. Hi Juliëtte, that is certainly possible! You can completely replace the cream cheese with cottage cheese (same weight). In that case I would use 6 leaves of gelatin. Love, Mariette

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