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Easy Kids Baking – No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake Pots


Hi Jacques,

As a mom, I can say that it's always nice to receive baked gifts on Mother's day, especially if they're home made by the kids and created with love.

There's no need to worry about being unsure of baking because I've the perfect solution for you –  make "no-bake" raspberry cheesecake pots. Cheesecake pots are mini cheesecakes served individually in little glasses and they look really fancy, which will surely impress mom.

This raspberry cheesecake pot recipe has been a favorite in my family, one that I often make with my young children. Cheesecake pots are super quick and easy to make, their light and creamy texture taste heavenly and I'm sure you'll have a great time creating them.

You probably have most of the ingredients in the kitchen or pantry. If not, you can find them in your local supermarket and they are not expensive.

There are many fun variations to the recipe too. You can use oreo cookies, gingersnaps, shortbread cookies, or oats biscuits for the base. You can sprinkle chopped pecans, or toasted almond slices on top to decorate. Any type of berry would work well too. Blueberry, blackberry, strawberry, or frozen mixed berries are delicious alternatives.

And, if mom is watching her weight, you might want to make the dessert lighter, healthier and low fat for her. Use low fat greek yoghurt or creme fraiche in place of mascarpone and cream.

Before you serve, don't forget to write a special note to tell mom how much you really love her and how much she means to you.


Easy Raspberry Cheesecake Pot Recipe

(serves 4)


150 grams raspberries

2 tablespoons caster sugar (or superfine sugar)

5 digestive biscuits

25 grams melted butter (about 2 tablespoons)

250 grams tub of mascarpone

4 tablespoons double cream

4 tablespoons icing sugar (confectioners' sugar)

Zest and juice of 1 lemon



How to make raspberry cheesecake pots

1. Place raspberries and sugar in a saucepan. Cook for 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside to cool completely. It's a good idea to get your elder sisters to help you out with the cooking.


2. In a food processor, add biscuits and butter. Pulse until they look like fine crumbs. If you don't a food processor in the kitchen, here's what you can do. Simply place digestive biscuits in a Ziploc sandwich bag. Seal tightly and close then bash with a rolling pin to create crumbs.


3. Spoon biscuit mixture into individual glasses and then gently press down.


4. Combine mascarpone, double cream, icing sugar, lemon juice and zest. Mix all ingredients well until smooth.


5. Place alternate layers of cheesecake and raspberry mixture in each glass.


6. Chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour or so, or until firm. You can serve raspberry cheesecake pots alone, with biscotti or gooseberry jam on the side. Enjoy!



By Kate Miller



My two elder sisters and I would like to cook something really special for mom on Mother's day. We're thinking of baking a cheesecake but we never baked anything before. We'll be thrilled if you could give us a very easy cheesecake recipe for kids to make. Our mom loves raspberries. We're 14, 12 and 9 years old. Please help! – Jacques, Wales.

no bake raspberry cheesecake pots