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No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pops

These No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pops have a golden graham cracker crust and smooth creamy filling! Add different filling options like Oreos or sprinkles! 


Strawberry Cheesecake Pops

I have been making these cute little pops for at least 6 years. (Warning, they are addicting.)

They make a great idea for birthday parties, graduations, or just a fun dessert idea!

The Secret to Smooth Cheesecake

  • Using ingredients that are completely at room temperature is the key to ensuring you won’t have lumpy batter.
  • Beat the room temperature cream cheese with an electric mixer first, until it’s nice and smooth, before you add in the other ingredients.
  • Once other ingredients are added, the mixture should not be over-mixed.

Fillings Options

In addition to diced strawberries, you stuff lots of different sweet treats into these pops!

  • Oreos
  • Sprinkles
  • Brownie Bites
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Toffee Bits

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No Bake Cheesecake Pops

5 from 8 ratings
These deliciously creamy No-bake Strawberry Cheesecake pops are SO tasty- great for any occasion and freezable until ready to serve.


  • 16 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 5 Tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 3/4 cup strawberries, finely diced


  • Note: The ingredients should be at room temperature for them to combine smoothly.
  • Use an electric mixer to mix the cream cheese. Set one Tablespoon of sugar aside and add the remaining 4 to the cream cheese. Add the powdered sugar and blend until combined.
  • Add the sour cream and vanilla, mix until combined.
  • Sprinkle the diced strawberries with the tablespoon of sugar. Fold into cheesecake mixture. Place in a container to freeze overnight (or 7-8 hours)
  • Remove from the freezer and allow it to sit out for 15-20 minutes to soften. Take small handfuls and roll into balls. The shape doesn't have to be perfect at all, we can fix them later. Set them aside and place them in the freezer in groups as you go.
  • Pour graham crack crumbs on a plate. Remove cheesecake balls from freezer (in groups). Perfect the balls a bit, clean your hands, and one by one, cover them generously with graham cracker crumbs. Have your hands full of crumbs as you cover them. As you do so, perfect the shape of the balls and place them in a container to freeze as you finish each one.
  • When ready to serve, slide a popsicle stick in the middle of each one (I had kabob sticks so I cut those in half and used those!)


Calories: 163kcal, Carbohydrates: 11g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 13g, Saturated Fat: 7g, Cholesterol: 40mg, Sodium: 111mg, Potassium: 68mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 10g, Vitamin A: 486IU, Vitamin C: 5mg, Calcium: 42mg, Iron: 1mg

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24 comments on “No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pops”

  1. How much graham crackers it didn’t say?

  2. How well do these sit out at room temperature? Just wondering if they’re frozen to hold their shape or so they won’t spoil before a batch is ate?

    • Hi Carly. If you have no means of keeping them chilled, they’re not going to be able to sit out for too long without beginning to soften. I would recommend putting them on top of a large bowl of ice. I don’t know exactly how long you could keep them out this way but it would definitely help slow down the melting process.

  3. these were tangy, how can i fix that?

  4. So I’m curious if after freezing these they could be dipped in chocolate then sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs? I want to make a strawberry cheesecake chocolate covered cake pop topped with graham crumbs. Do you think it would be possible? Would they have to remain frozen after dipped in chocolate? Would refrigeration suffice? These sound amazing!

    • Hi Shae!! I would definitely say that they should stay in the freezer, unfortunately- but your idea sounds absolutely delicious, they should be a BIG hit!!! 🙂 Enjoy!!!!

  5. Hi.. I made these pops as one of my sweet dishes for my husband’s birthday. Topped them with frozen strawberry rings. They are melt in the mouth. Amazing. Thank u.

    • Hi Farida! What a great idea for a birthday party- I’m sooo glad you enjoyed them. These are DEFINITELY mouth watering 😉 I always have a stash in my freezer so I can have one whenever I feel like it-which is right now since we’re talking about it! 😉 Thank you for letting me know, it made my day!

      • Hi Stephanie! I am going to try to make a couple bathes of these for my husbands holiday party at work. I was wondering, after being made they must be put in the freezer, right? Well he goes into work very early in the morning and I am sure the pot luck wont be until the afternoon, so how long do you think these should be taken out of the freezer before served so they aren’t frozen when being bitten into? I see that you responded to another person saying they are sturdy for about 30 mins after being taken out of the freezer, but how long for them to thaw before serving is my question? Thanks!

        Also, considering the nutella addition in one batch, how many scoops of this would you guess? And would I just add it to all the ingredients in the beginning?

      • Hi April!
        I actually wouldn’t suggest letting these thaw all the way before serving them because then they will fall off the stick 🙁 So I would stick to putting them out around the 30 minute mark. They’ll be chilled enough to stay on the stick- but not frozen solid.

        Adding Nutella sounds delicious!!! And yes, adding them in the beginning would be great. It’s hard to say how much you should add, as I’ve never done it.. but, maybe 1/2 -3/4 of a cup? If that doesn’t seem like enough after you’ve added it, I don’t think it should be a problem to add a little bit more 🙂

        ENJOY and good luck!!!!!!!!

      • Thanks a ton, Stephanie! And thanks for responding! 30 minutes sound great, I guess my concern was that people would bite into frozen solid pops if they ate them right away, bu if they are able to be eaten right away and not be too hard then I agree, I see no reason to let them thaw. Thanks again so much, I am REALLY excited to make these!

      • Stephanie,

        These were a hit! Thanks Again! Is it possible to make this in a cheesecake pie form? Like just follow directions, but place in spring-form pan and refrigerate for 4 hrs instead of freezing? What do you think?

      • WOOOO!!!! I am SOOO happy to hear that, I was thinking of you and crossing my fingers- thank you for letting me know!!!! I think if you make it in a spring-form pan and serve it fresh from the fridge, it should work… 4 hours should also be sufficient I’d say! If for some reason that ends up not being the case, pop it in the freezer for just a little and then serve, to let it firm up a little more… might not be necessary though!! 🙂

  6. I am planning a graduation party. How long can they be non refrigerated?

    • Hi Norma! So I did a little experiment last night, since I had some in my freezer! 🙂 I let it sit out to see when it would start to get less sturdy on the stick. It was 77 degrees in the house and it was good for a solid 30 minutes. So if they’re kept indoors around a similar temperature, that will help you gauge! 🙂 They taste so good, I hope you have a chance to try them- thanks for asking!

  7. Looks so good… I’m wondering about adding some Nutella?

  8. Another good recipe of cheesecake. What’s even better is its a no-bake cheesecake. And strawberries are just perfect. Wonderful recipe!

    • Thank you Maureen! This one is a hugeeee favorite of mine. I make a huge batch like once a year and freeze them, and then take them out of the freezer all summer long one by one 😉

  9. Anyway I get to eat more cheesecake I’ll take it… I LOVE cheesecake! And these cheesecake pops look sooo yummy and perfect for spring! 🙂

    • Thank youuuu! I know I kind of just made this up as I went along because I needed to find another way to eat cheesecake, ha! I love taking these out of the freezer and eating them whenever I have that cheesecake craving hit 🙂 (which is quite often….)

  10. this is absolutely gorgeous:-)
    loved it…

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