Guilt Free Refrigerator Cheese Cake


Hot summer days are perfect for cool, creamy deserts, and for Cheese Cake lovers this one will have you coming back for more. Made with Non-Fat yogurt and sweetened with your favorite artificial sweetener, (mine is Splenda®) you won’t be sweating the calories.

Ready Made Crust
Ready Made Crust | Source
Mix graham crackers, sweetener and melted butter.
Mix graham crackers, sweetener and melted butter. | Source
Homemade crust
Homemade crust | Source
Add some fresh blueberries
Add some fresh blueberries | Source
Add chilled sugar free jam
Add chilled sugar free jam | Source
  • 2 Cups Graham Cracker Crumbs, Can be purchased pre-boxed or you can make your own in a blender.
  • 1/4 Cup Melted Margarine or Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Sweetener, Artificial or natural sugar
  • 2 Cups Low Fat Plain or Vanilla Yogurt, I prefer Youplait Brand Vanilla
  • 1 Box Sugar Free Cheesecake Pudding Mix, I use Jello Bran


  1. Mix graham cracker crumbs and sweetener in a medium bowl.Melt margarine in the microwave and add to crumb, sweetener mix. Stir together with fork until mixed well and no longer dry. Empty into pie plate and form around plate with the back of a spoon; making the crust approximately ¼” thick. Set aside.
  2. To save time, there are an assorted number of ready made graham cracker crusts that can be purchased at any local grocery store.
  3. In medium bowl mix the pudding mix into the yogurt until it is well mixed and creamy.
  4. Spoon the mix into the crust and set in the refrigerator for 45 minutes to an hour.
  5. If the mixture is too rich for your taste, add ¼ Cup of skim milk to the mix.
  6. Refrigerator Cheese Cake can be served just as it is, or topped with fresh cut fruits or chilled sugar free jams. Be creative and enjoy!

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Comments 8 comments

Mimoma 5 years ago

Thanks Kim.. Sounds easy & tasty.. MY FAVORITES...Gonna try it!

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miss_jkim 5 years ago Author

Oh it's great! Be sure to make enough, it won't last long.

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flagostomos 5 years ago from Washington, United States

I saw the title and I immediately printed the recipe off. Looks delicious! One question: you said you like to use Splenda. Does it make the cheese cake taste only like splenda? I find that to be the case in other recipes that use it. (Like coke with splenda... though I don't drink any pop at all anymore).

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miss_jkim 5 years ago Author

flagostomos, I only use the Splenda to sweeten the crust. The yogurt and pudding mix are sweet enough for the filling. No additional sweetener is needed.

I hope you enjoy.

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b. Malin 5 years ago

I don't Bake, so this Recipe is for ME and Lover Man. I will certainly give it a Try...It sounds Delicious and few Calories!

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miss_jkim 5 years ago Author

Enjoy Milin, let me know how it turns out!

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hecate-horus 5 years ago from Rowland Woods husband is diabetic but loves cheesecake. I'll have to give this one a try!

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miss_jkim 5 years ago Author

My inlaws are both diabetic, this is one of their favorite deserts. Enjoy

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