Eggless Chocolate Cheesecake

This eggless chocolate cheesecake is velvety smooth, luscious, and very delicious. It’s one of the best eggless chocolate cheesecakes I have tasted. The recipe doesn’t require any special ingredients; you can whip it up any time. Basic pantry staples and you make a great eggless chocolate cheesecake with an amazing Oreo crust and a filling so irresistible that you won’t stop at one bite and that’s a challenge. This cheesecake is easy you could pull it off in your sleep, no fancy gadgets, no gourmet ingredients just simple ingredients that can be easily found in your pantry or ordered from your favorite store. The best part, it is a no-bake eggless chocolate cheesecake. That means it requires no baking like a traditional cheesecake does. This delightful creation is a testament that you don’t need eggs to achieve the perfect texture and flavor in a cheesecake. Imagine a smooth and creamy chocolate filling nestled within a buttery, chocolatey crust mmmm what not to love?

Whether you’re a dessert enthusiast, a chocolate lover, or someone with dietary preferences that exclude eggs, this Eggless Chocolate Cheesecake is here to satisfy your sweet cravings without compromising on taste and indulgence. It’s a show-stopping treat for special occasions, celebrations, or simply a delightful way to treat yourself.

Ingredients of an eggless chocolate cheesecake

No Bake Oreo Crust :

What is an Oreo Crust?

It has two elements Oreo Cookies and Butter. An Oreo Cookie crust is a sweet and crunchy base for desserts, made by finely crushing Oreo cookies (chocolate sandwich cookies that consist of two dark chocolate wafers with a sweet cream filling) and combining the crumbs with melted butter. The mixture is then pressed into the bottom of a pie or cheesecake pan, forming a firm and flavorful foundation for the dessert. The result is a rich, chocolatey crust that complements various fillings, adding a delightful contrast in texture and taste to the overall dessert experience. Oreo crusts are particularly popular for their unique combination of chocolate and cream flavors, enhancing the overall indulgence of the final dessert.

In this eggless chocolate cheesecake, the Oreo crust has been used as a foundation for a rich, luscious chocolate filling that is decadent and a crowd-pleaser.

The Eggless Chocolate Cheesecake Filling:

An eggless chocolate filling for an eggless chocolate cheesecake typically involves a combination of ingredients that provide richness, creaminess, and a deep chocolate flavor without the use of eggs.

Cream Cheese: use the full-fat cream cheese you get in the grocery stores. If you can’t find any make your own. It is so easy to make your cream cheese with just three ingredients and you are done. I have an easy cream cheese recipe Super Easy Cream Cheese. (Easy and quick recipe) I made this eggless chocolate cheesecake recipe with my homemade cream cheese. It’s perfect for this cheesecake.

Condensed Milk: This ingredient provides the sweetness and the rich feel to the cheesecake. Do not leave this out.

Dark Chocolate (50 to 70 %): I used 70 % for an amazing chocolate flavor. Use what you have but I would recommend dark chocolate.

Coffee Powder: This is optional but I would recommend it highly as this is what enhances the chocolate flavor of the cheesecake. I don’t know why it happens but coffee increases the chocolatyness of the cheesecake. Use it.

Whipping Cream: This is what holds everything together the whipping cream gives this eggless no-bake chocolate cheesecake its structure and richness. Do not use a cream that has less than 35% fat content. It just won’t work.

Vanilla: I used essence you can use extract.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What makes a cheesecake “eggless”?

Eggless cheesecakes omit eggs as a binding and setting agent. Instead, they rely on alternative ingredients like cream cheese, heavy cream, and sometimes gelatin or agar-agar to achieve the desired texture and structure.

2. Can I use gelatin in an eggless chocolate cheesecake?

Yes, gelatin is a common alternative to eggs in no-bake cheesecakes. It helps set the filling. Make sure to dissolve the gelatin according to the package instructions before adding it to the chocolate cheesecake mixture. However, gelatin is not vegetarian so if you are looking for a vegetarian option agar is the right choice as it’s vegetarian and can be consumed by people who are vegetarian and do not consume eggs.

3. How do I make an Oreo crust?

To make a no-bake Oreo crust, crush Oreo cookies into fine crumbs and combine them with melted butter. Press the mixture into the bottom of the cheesecake pan, creating a firm crust. Refrigerate it while preparing the filling.

4. Can I use whipped cream in the chocolate cheesecake filling?

Yes, whipped cream is often used in no-bake cheesecake fillings to add lightness and creaminess. It is typically folded into the cream cheese-chocolate mixture to create a mousse-like texture.

5. How long does it take for an eggless chocolate cheesecake to set?

Eggless Chocolate cheesecakes need to be refrigerated for several hours or overnight to allow them to set properly. This allows the ingredients, such as cream cheese and gelatin, to firm up and achieve the desired consistency.

6. Can I freeze an eggless chocolate cheesecake?

No, I just feel the freezing of the cheesecake takes away its smooth, velvety rich mouth feel. I wouldn’t recommend freezing this cheecake though you could keep it in the fridge for two days and it would be just as delicious.

7. Can I use a different type of chocolate in the filling?

Absolutely! You can experiment with different types of chocolate, such as dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or a combination, to achieve the desired level of richness and sweetness in your eggless chocolate cheesecake. But my heart sings for dark chocolate, You can use whatever you like but I recommend dark chocolate.

8. What toppings can I use for my eggless chocolate cheesecake?

Popular toppings include chocolate ganache, whipped cream, chocolate shavings, or a drizzle of caramel. Fresh berries or a dusting of cocoa powder also add a nice touch. I have used whipped cream, caramel, and a dusting of cocoa powder to create a dramatic look. You can do whatever you desire.

9. How long does an eggless chocolate cheesecake last?

When stored in the refrigerator, an eggless chocolate cheesecake can last up to 2 days. Ensure it is covered to prevent it from absorbing any odors.

10. Can I make individual servings of an eggless chocolate cheesecake?

Yes, you can make individual servings by using small tart pans or ramekins. Adjust the crust and filling quantities accordingly.

Ingredients for the Oreo Crust

  • For the Eggless Chocolate Filling

  • For the garnish


  1. For the crust grind the Oreo biscuits in the grinder and once powdered add the melted butter and mix it well. Now, press this cookie base in a 5-inch springform pan and chill it in the fridge.
  2. Melt the Chocolate. Warm the condensed milk in a microwave and mix the coffee powder in it.
  3. Now add the cream cheese to the condensed milk and whip it well. Add the Dark chocolate give it a good stir and keep it aside.
  4. Now whip two cups of whipping cream and fold it in the cheesecake mixture with a metal spoon so that you don’t knock out the air. Once it’s well mixed spoon it in the prepared Oreo crust and let it sit in the fridge overnight.
  5. Once the pie is firm take it out from the fridge and run a spatula around the corners. Once you have done that open the springform pan carefully and keep the pie on a plate or a cake stand. For decorating take some whipped cream, make a shell border around the pie, and dust it with some cocoa powder. Enjoy!

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Love N

If you love cheesecakes here are some that I made

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Eggless Baked Mango Cheesecake (with a twist)

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Hi I am Narsis known as Nari by all my friends I am a food blogger, home baker, food photographer who loves all things sweet. Welcome to my Kitchen, where I whip up everything sweet and indulgent.