Spring means starting fresh and bright citrus flavors and that’s exactly what this No Bake Dark Chocolate Truffle Key Lime Cheesecake brings to the table. An Oreo crust and a chocolate ganache drizzle pair perfectly with the luscious lime filling of this no bake cheesecake.
Although the calendar says Spring has arrived, the Cleveland weather continues to be quite fickle. Our last snow was less than a week ago. I know this as I was up at 3 a.m. feeding the baby and saw the flakes floating down from the clouds. Oh the things you’ll see in the early hours of the morning! So until the weather actually agrees with what the calendar says, I’m left to my own devices.
Spring means starting fresh and bright citrus flavors and that’s exactly what this No Bake Dark Chocolate Truffle Key Lime Cheesecake brings to the table. Literally. Just because this is a fruit based dessert doesn’t mean it can’t be indulgent! An Oreo crust and a chocolate ganache drizzle pair perfectly with the luscious lime filling of this no bake cheesecake.
Even better? Forget squeezing limes, the secret ingredient to this delicious dessert is frozen limeade concentrate – a taste of spring no matter what the season. No need to even have the concentrate thaw as it’s added to the filling mixture in it’s frozen state.
- 2 Oreo pie crusts
- 2 cups dark chocolate chips
- 2¾ cups heavy whipping cream, separated
- 2 14-ounce cans sweetened condensed milk
- 12 ounce can frozen limeade concentrate
- 2 limes, zested
- Click here to find recipe instructions as part of my contributor post on the KitchenAid blog.
This No Bake Dark Chocolate Truffle Key Lime Cheesecake recipe makes two cheesecakes in just 10 minutes, one for you to share and one to keep for yourself to enjoy later. Or you could keep both for yourself. Don’t be ashamed, my mind works that way too.
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