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Easy Mini No Bake Coconut Cheesecakes

Easy No Bake Coconut Cheesecakes are a simple lighter take on the traditional cheesecakes in a perfect mini form for parties.

Ever since I made the No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecakes I’ve been dreaming off all the different versions I could make of these simple cheesecakes. I love how easy they are to whip up and the mini graham cracker crusts are so fun for little ones or for a party.

A group of mini no bake coconut cheesecakes

So, in anticipation of fourth of July I wanted to make a flag with cheesecakes. I made four versions for the flag, banana cheesecakes topped with banana chips, strawberry cheesecakes topped with strawberries, blueberry cheesecakes topped with blueberries, and these coconut cheesecakes topped with toasted coconut. I love how the flag turned out and honestly in the future I would only use the coconut cheesecakes instead of the coconut and banana but only because half of my family doesn’t like anything with banana.

A mini no bake coconut cheesecake as part of a cheesecake flag.

If you like getting your kids involved in the kitchen these are a treat they could easily make themselves. There’s no eggs, no cooking, just beat together the cream cheese and yogurt and spoon into the mini graham cracker crusts. And with the summer BBQ season kicking into high gear these are great to make in a double batch to share!

You could even use vanilla yogurts and top with cherry pie filling like you would when making No Bake Cherry Cream Cheese Pie and use those in the flag as well!

What flavors would you like to use?

A group of mini no bake coconut cheesecakes

Easy Mini No Bake Coconut Cheesecakes #SundaySupper

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Course: Dessert
Servings: 12 servings
Author: Jade Jones


  • 4 6 oz Greek coconut yogurt
  • 1 8 oz container of cream cheese room temperature
  • 12 mini graham cracker crusts
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded coconut


  • Beat cream cheese until soft and fluffy. Add yogurt and beat to combine. Spoon filling into the min graham cracker crusts.
  • Put cheesecakes on a cookie sheet and cover the cookie sheet with plastic wrap. Chill until ready to serve.
  • To toast coconut, cook over medium high heat stirring frequently to prevent burning. Once most of coconut is light brown remove from heat. Allow to cool before using to top cheesecakes.
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  1. Jade, what a lovely no-bake dessert for summertime! I also wanted to comment on your stealth diaper stations post, but I was having a technical glitch of some sort. I thought your secret stashes around the house were very unobtrusive and clever.

    1. Jean, thanks for taking the time to comment! Sorry about the technical issues but I’m so glad you loved the secret diaper stashes.

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