Easy chocolate no-bake cheesecake recipe (with CBD)


Over time, new recipes are being invented as people try out new ideas on a new or add new aspects to the existing recipes. Have you heard of the Easy chocolate no-bake cheesecake that infuses CBD?

Elliott (2017) explained that the no-bake cheesecake recipe does not require to be baked but needs a lot of time for the preparation and also needs plenty of time to set in the fridge. The fridge helps the cake to set, especially when put overnight. However, if you need to speed up the setting of the cake time, you can use the freezer. Hartsel et al. (2019) explained that a recently infused ingredient is the cannabutter or the CBD oil, rapidly gaining fame for its health benefits. Volkow et al. (2017) explained that if you incorporate it into your recipe, you will love it and feel its health benefits in suppressing stress, pain, and anxiety. This article highlights some recipes for the easy no-bake cheesecake with CBD.

Easy Chocolate No-Bake Cheesecake Recipe (With CBD)


100 g digestive biscuits
40 g cannabutter
120 g caster sugar
175 g milk chocolate ( choose it from the baking aisle)
250 g cheese
150 ml double cream
20 g cocoa butter

Method Of Preparation

Line the base of an 18 cm round loose-bottomed tin using greaseproof paper.
Crush the digestive. Melt 40 g of your cannabutter and add to the crushed digestive biscuits; mix them well. Push the mixture flat into the prepared tin using a spoon's back part. Put the tin into the refrigerator and leave it to chill for some time. In the meantime, make the toppings.

Melt 175 g of the milk chocolate in a saucepan over low heat. Set aside to cool.
Beat 250 g of cream cheese and caster sugar and 120 g of caster sugar.
Whisk the 150 ml double cream in a different bowl until soft peaks are formed. Add the melted chocolate and beat. Sift in the 20 g cocoa powder and combine the mixture well until fully combined. Add the cream cheese mixture and fold together till everything is fully mixed.

Remove the tin from the refrigerator and add the cheesecake mixture. Smooth the top with the back of a spoon or a small palette knife.
Refrigerate until the cheesecake is set for a couple of hours.
When it is service time, remove the cheesecake carefully from the tin.
You can serve with toppings of dark chocolate by running a peeler over the chocolate.
Another recipe for no-bake chocolate cheesecake is as follows:


266 g Oreo
100 g melted cannabutter
1 cup lightly whipped cream
2 1/2 teaspoon gelatin dissolved in I cup of water
500 g cream cheese
150 g caster
50 g grated chocolate
200 g milk chocolate
1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

Method of preparation

Conventional method

Ensure all the ingredients are at room temperature before using.
Grease and line the base and sides of a 23 cm pan with baking paper, then set it aside
In a food processor, crush the Oreos finely and place them into a bowl
Add the melted cannabutter and mix well till fully combined
Press the mixture firmly onto the base of the pan and put it into the fridge
Whip the cream, then set it aside
Melt the milk chocolate and leave to slightly cool
Pour ¼ cup of water, sprinkle over the gelatin and stir until it is dissolved. Leave to cool
Whisk the vanilla extract, cream cheese, and caster sugar until creamy and smooth
To the mixture, add dissolved gelatin that is cooled and beat till thoroughly combined
Fold through the whipped cream and the melted chocolate
Pour the mixture into the spread tin, then spread out evenly
Put the cheesecake into the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours, preferably at night
Use grated milk chocolate to decorate the cheesecake.

Thermomix Method

Use the ingredients at room temperature to ensure the cheesecake is smooth
Grease and line the sides and base using baking paper of a 23 cm springform pan
Melt the butter at 100 degrees at one for 2 minutes in the TM bowl. Add Oreos and crush at speed 10 for 10 seconds. Scrape the sides of the bowl and continue crushing till thoroughly combined
Firmly press the mixture well at the bottom of the pan, then place it into the refrigerator
In a clean, dry TM at a speed of 3.5, whip the cream until lightly whipped, then set it aside in a separate bowl.

In the TM bowl, put the milk chocolate and melt it at 50 degrees at speed two for 3 minutes. Pour it into another bowl and leave it to cool slightly
Pour ¼ of boiling water into a cup then, sprinkle over the gelatin then stir until fully dissolved
Leave to cool
In a clean, dry TM bowl, beat the caster sugar, vanilla bean paste, and the cream cheese on speed 5 for 30 seconds. Scrape down the sides with a wooden spatula, then repeat till the mixture becomes creamy and smooth.

Add the gelatin that has cooled and dissolved into the mixture, then mix on speed 5 for 3 seconds
Using a spatula, fold in the whipped cream and the melted milk chocolate
Spoon the mixture into the prepared tin, then spread evenly using the spoon
Put the cheesecake into the fridge to set for about 4 hours, preferably overnight, before you cut.
Grate the milk chocolate to decorate.


The no-bake chocolate cheesecake is easy to make as it does not involve baking. However, because it needs to be set in the fridge, you need to prepare it early enough so that you have enough time for it to set in the fridge. You can easily manipulate any recipe and incorporate any ingredient, like CBD. You must be careful and strictly follow the instructions on the method of preparation, the weight, and the amounts of the ingredients. This applies much to the CBD. If you don’t follow the amount of it to use correctly, you will have a disastrous product. Have you tried infusing CBD into your Cheesecake recipe?


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Hartsel, J. A., Boyar, K., Pham, A., Silver, R. J., & Makriyannis, A. (2019). Cannabis in veterinary medicine: cannabinoid therapies for animals. In Nutraceuticals in Veterinary Medicine (pp. 121-155). Springer, Cham.

Volkow, N. D., Hampson, A. J., & Baler, R. D. (2017). Don't worry, be happy: endocannabinoids and cannabis are at the intersection of stress and reward. Annu Rev Pharmacol Toxicol, 57(1), 285-308.

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