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Strawberry Jelly Cheesecake

This is a no-bake recipe for cheesecake with strawberry jelly and it is just perfect for Valentine’s Day. The strawberry jelly hearts are so pretty to look at with the heart-shaped strawberries, off-white cheese and red jelly.

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Once the cake is chilled and set, I cut them into serving squares, where I keep in an airtight container for several days in the fridge. They are ready to serve as an after-dinner dessert or tea break. I love that it is not overly cheesy or sweet.

Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheesecake Recipe

I was introduced to this dessert after my friend Jac brought it to one of our friends’ gathering. The recipe was taken from Bing Cooks which came with detailed, step-by-step photos. I halved the original recipe proportions and used a disposable party tray measuring 20 x 20 cm (8 x 8 in) as shown above, yielding 9 strawberry heart pieces after cutting. You can use a slightly bigger or smaller tray, make and serve them in individual ramekins instead, or space out the strawberries differently from me.

Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheesecake Recipe

I made the biscuit layer the night before and chill overnight; the morning after I make the cheesecake layer, let it set in the fridge; at night I make the jelly layer to chill overnight. Spreading out my effort like that, each step does not take up much time or effort on my part. In this way, I free the actual day to simply cut and store the cheesecake.

Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheesecake Recipe

69 comments on “Strawberry Jelly Cheesecake”

  1. Hi, could i use the normal biscuits instead of the digestive ones? thanks!

  2. Hi,

    For the jelly layer, does boiling water mean hot water that has just boiled or hot boiling water on the stove? And for cold water, is it cold water from the fridge or tap water will do?

    • boiling water means water that has just boiled (from the kettle). cold water – you can use drinking or distilled water (not tap water) that is cold (from the fridge) or at room temperature.

  3. Hi there I know this was was few years back. However I am only making it now.😂.
    My cheese layer was very watery and there are bubbles.
    Should I be worried? Its sitting in the fridge now.

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