Ice Box Raspberry Chocolate chip cheesecake! i prefer sensible box ice sweet. the primary time i used to be introduced to the concept of the ice box sweet was as a baby. i am certain a great deal of you have already got them lined up cracker with sweet pudding wherever the cracker layer absorbs wetness from the pudding/fills your choice and softened into some type of cake like treating? 

I switched it and created a cheesecake version. i take advantage of cheese topping icing and another chocolate chips. once icing found out, it's essentially like not bake Cheesecake and so, excellent for this idea.


The cream icing mixture is simply stratified  in a very mini pile at the side of recent raspberries. I cut each Berry in 0.5 thus it'll sit well between the layers. i am distressed berries are going to be very juicy and disport, however I even have no downside there.  My berries dried utterly once I used it, thus it helped.

Cookies don't seem to be absolutely wrapped in filling, in order that they definitely get soft, however not as soft as after you really cowl them with topping. This sweet incorporates a very little additional texture than classic rendition. The content is thicker, the cake becomes softer, however still holds their structure and mini chips add additional textures.



  • 1 1/2 to 2 cups heavy cream or heavy whipping cream see notes
  • 1 8 ounce block of cream cheese, I use Philadelphia Cream Cheese
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips or shaved chocolate
  • 1 box Famous Chocolate Wafers
  • two pints fresh raspberries you'll need about 56 raspberries for filling and garnishing
  • fresh mint for garnish


  1. In a large bowl, whip cream with a mixer until it forms stiff peaks.
  2. In another bowl, use a hand mixer to soften the cream cheese, about 30 seconds.
  3. Add sugar, salt and vanilla to the cream cheese and whip until fully combined and creamy. Check a small bit between your fingers to insure sugar crystals have "melted" into the mixture so there is no grittiness.
  4. Fold whipped cream into cream cheese mixture then use mixer until it's fully combined and fluffy.
  5. Fold in chocolate chips or shaved chocolate.
  6. Line a sheet pan with parchment or waxed paper. I portioned out stacks of three cookies and spaced them out on my sheet pan to await filling. This is particularly helpful if you have some broken cookies so that you can plan out which stacks you want to use them in. (See notes)
  7. Cut raspberries in half. You'll need six halves for each stack. Leave the rest uncut for garnishing or to serve extra on the side.
  8. For easy assembly, place filling in a sturdy zip top bag and cut off the corner or use a piping tip. I used a large open tip, an Ateco 7, which has about 1/2" opening. Or, simply spread it on with a spoon, spatula or butter knife.
  9. Pipe a dollop of filling onto a wafer. You want enough filling to cover as much of the cookie as possible. The cookie parts that don't have filling touching them will not get as soft as those that do.
  10. Press three raspberry halves gently into the filling cut side down. Pipe a small dollop of filling into the center of the three berries to act as "glue" for the next layer.
  11. Gently press a wafer on top of first layer and repeat the filling, berry, "glue" step.
  12. Top with a wafer and garnish with more filling, a berry and a mint leaf, if desired.
  13. Refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours before serving. Use a spatula to lift them easily off the sheet pan.

Featured Post


This Chicken Bacon Ranch wraps could be a cool super easy lunch instruction, Creamy and filled with crisp Bacon. I'm forever search...

Iklan Atas Artikel

Iklan Tengah Artikel 1

Iklan Tengah Artikel 2

Iklan Bawah Artikel