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Saturday, July 17, 2021

No Bake Chocolate Cherry Cake

Looking for an easy to make recipe that tastes amazing, without heating the oven? Try this No Bake Chocolate Cherry cake!

With only four ingredients, you have a dessert  that everyone will love. The most difficult thing about this recipe? Waiting for the cake to be done!

No Bake Chocolate Cherry Cake
(printable recipe at end of page)

1 pound Fresh Cherries
5 Chocolate Graham Crackers
2 cups Heavy Duty Whipping Cream
2 tablespoons granulated Sugar

Aren't these fresh and pretty? Perfect for a hot summer day! This cake takes very little time to pull together, compared to baking a cake, but there is a lot of refrigeration time required. So make some room in the fridge! It will be worth it! 

Start by washing the cherries. Pull the stems off and pit each cherry. You can use a pitter or you can remove them with a knife or even a toothpick. Refrigerate after pitting.


Pour the whipping cream in a large bowl, and start mixing for 1-2 minutes. Add the sugar, then continue mixing until the whipping cream becomes whipped cream. It should take approx. 3-4 minutes of mixing. It can be made  using a stationary mixer or a hand mixer. The hand mixer will take a minute or two longer.


Decide on the plate you will be using to build the cake. Spread the back of a graham cracker with whipped cream and place it in the center of the plate, whipped cream side down, to secure it to the plate. This forms your base for the cake.


Use a pastry bag and a decorating tip #18.   Spread whipped cream on the top of the cracker. You could use a decorative tip or anything that is pretty. Be sure to cover the
entire top of the cracker. Cover the cream with a single layer of cherries. Use another cracker and do the same thing again until you have as many layers as you want. This cake has 5 layers.



On the top layer, which is also layer 5, add extra cream cheese in a decorative design. Top with 3 stemmed cherries for a pretty look. 



The only thing left to do is to enjoy this tasty desert!

Thanks for stopping by The Freshman Cook today! Here is your printable recipe:

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Yield: 4-5
Author: The Freshman Cook
No Bake Chocolate Cherry Cake

No Bake Chocolate Cherry Cake

This fun No Bake Chocolate Cherry Cake is the perfect summertime treat. This cake "cooks" in the refrigerator, so there is no heat in the kitchen!

Ingredients

  • 1 lb Fresh Cherries
  • 5 Chocolate Graham Crackers
  • 2 cups Heavy Duty Whipping Cream
  • 2 tablespoons granulated Sugar

Instructions

  1. Start by washing the cherries. Pull the stems off and pit each cherry. You can use a pitter or you can remove them with a knife or even a toothpick. Refrigerate after pitting.
  2. Pour the whipping cream in a large bowl, and start mixing for 1-2 minutes. Add the sugar, then continue mixing until the whipping cream becomes whipped cream. It should take approx. 3-4 minutes of mixing. It can be made using a stationary mixer or a hand mixer. The hand mixer will take a minute or two longer.
  3. Decide on the plate you will be using to build the cake. Spread the back of a graham cracker with whipped cream and place it in the center of the plate, whipped cream side down, to secure it to the plate. This forms your base for the cake.
  4. Use a pastry bag and a decorating tip #18 .
  5. Spread whipped cream on the top of the cracker. You could use a decorative tip or anything that is pretty. Be sure to cover the
  6. entire top of the cracker. Cover the cream with a single layer of cherries. Use another cracker and do the same thing again until you have as many layers as you want. This cake has 5 layers.
  7. On the top layer, which is also layer 5, add extra cream cheese in a decorative design. Top with 3 stemmed cherries for a pretty look.
  8. Enjoy!
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