Monday, February 23, 2009

Cream Cheese Jelly Layer Cake

I am sure not everyone like No-bake cheese cake.Perhaps they found it horrible and doesn't compare to a baked one.Well,that's including my kids!No-bake cheesecakes are a type of dessert that usually includes gelatin,jelly powder or cornstarch to make it set up.It has silky,creamy and light texture.I rather take the extra time and make a baked one because no one in my family likes it.Baked cheesecake has that firm and slightly crumbly texture.For sure the it is much more tastier.A baked cheesecake is the only true cheesecake.Although it needs extra work but worth it.No-bake cheesecake can be tasty, but are no match for a really good baked cheesecake.


For the jelly layer use:

  • 1 pkt Strawberry Jelly or JELL-O

  • Make the liquid jelly as instructed on the packet.

The base:
  • An 8 inches thin layer sponge cake or cookies for the base.

For the cheese layer, mix:

  • 300gm of philly cream cheese

  • 200gm of cream, whipped

  • 70gm white sugar or more(This amount can be adjusted according to your taste).

  • 2 teaspoon gelatine melted in about 4 tablespoons hot water(1 tbsp lemon juice or vanilla essence) or Jelly powder(2 1/2 tsp with 5 tbsp hot water)

  • Beat the fresh whipping cream. set aside.

  • Put the cream cheese into a bowl with the white sugar.

  • Beat the cream cheese and sugar till light and fluffy.

  • Gently fold in the whipped cream and gelatine or jelly mixture.Set aside.

  • After the jelly has set,put the jelly on the bottom of a round 8 inches cake pan.

  • Then,pour in the cream cheese mixture.

  • Lastly,place the thin layer sponge cake on top of the cream cheese mixture and press lightly.Refrigerate till cheese is firm (usually overnight)

  • Invert jelly cake onto a plate.Serve cool.


dabooklady said...

Oh my that looks great..I will have to try this one..I run a fun recipe exchange swap at
Do come and check it out...
I really like your blog, also stop by mine when you get a chance.

lunaticg said...

that look mouth watering...
Can i have some?
Thank you.

sangeeta said...

aaaah...the color , the texture......everything looks perfect...pass on a slice please..

Sweetiepie said...

dabooklady-Thanks!I like your blog too.Thanks for lettin gme know the reipe exchange swap.I will check it out!

lunaticg-sure :P

sangeeta-Thanks!come and grab it :)

CY said...


Good to see you back blogging, it's been a little while! This is a great looking cheesecake, my daughter would love it just because it's pink!

Thanks for sharing!

Ms eNVy said...

This looks yummy! .. Can I order them from you ? :) Anyways .. I have never tried no bake cheese cake so I couldn't compare it with a baked one .. maybe next time I will try this recipe and let you know my preference ;) Glad to see you back in the blogsphere *hugs*

Tan.wiratchada said...

Hi Sweetie,
Miss you for long. Nice to see you back again. Thank you for stopping in with lovely comments. Your recipe always sweet like you.;)

from my motorhome to yours said...

this looks yummy,mind if I follow along

Sweetiepie said...

cy-Thanks,I love the color too LOL!

msenvy-Glad to hear from you.HUGS :)

Tan-Thank you so much for your kind support.hugs!

from my motorhome to yours-Sure!wThanks for visiting my blog :)

Fitri said...

wooow.. that's look so yummy.. I'd like to try this recipes. TFS :-)

Rozella said...

Wow... I didn't know that there was such a cake! Hehehehe Cream cheese...yum yum yum.

noobcook said...

I've eaten something that looks exactly like yours and it was heavenly. Been trying to look for the recipe since, thanks for sharing ;)

Brenda Campbell said...

I will have to try this.. I look for no bake desserts alot for summer so I do not have to heat up the oven. This looks good! My family eats up desserts no matter what it is LOL

Anonymous said...

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Beluga Caviar said...

This looks so cute and delicious! I like that it's pink, and that it's a real cheesecake. I didn't catch the baking bit in the recipe. Is only the sponge cake the part that was baked, or were you talking about another recipe? Anyway, I think I'll try this one first and see if it appeals to my taste, too. Thanks for the recipe! Bye! Flora