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No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna

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No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna is quick and easy dessert recipe for refreshing summer sweet treat and use only few ingredients: fresh strawberries, whipped cream, strawberry Jello, cream cheese, Golden Oreo, white chocolate and strawberry Greek yogurt.  Delicious layered dessert is a twist on classic Strawberry Jello Pie.

Although it’s a sweet treat, I simply like to call this type of dessert LASAGNA. I found out it is annoying for some people, but what would be the better name for layered dessert than lasagna?! In fact, who cares what it’s called as long as it tastes so good!!!

However No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna has five mouthwatering layers.

First of all is Golden Oreo crust. It’s just simple mixture of Golden Oreo crumbs and melted butter pressed in the bottom of the pan.

Next layer is cream cheese with diced fresh strawberries. Then come the best part, light and fluffy pink layer. It’s mixture of whipped cream, strawberry Jello and strawberry Greek yogurt. That’s like melt –in-your-mouth strawberry flavored cream. If you like easy Strawberry Jello Pie with Cool Whip or whipped cream, you will love this, too. It’s even better than a classic pie filling thanks to strawberry yogurt which makes it so refreshing.

Fourth layer is whipped cream. And the top layer is white chocolate curls. Strawberry and chocolate is like match made in heaven.

Since fresh strawberries are in full season in spring and summer, the time is perfect for quick and easy strawberry desserts. By the way, when the weather is warm no one likes to heat the oven, but we all love to enjoy delicious sweet treats. That’s the reason why we all looking for EASY NO BAKE SUMMER DESSERT RECIPES.

After all, my all-time favorite summer treats are light, creamy and refreshing DESSERT LASAGNAS. I made so many versions of lasagna desserts so far, but this No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna beat them all.


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No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna is quick and easy dessert recipe for refreshing summer sweet treat and use only few ingredients.

No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna

No Bake Strawberry Jello Lasagna is quick and easy dessert recipe for refreshing summer sweet treat and use only few ingredients.

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For Oreo Crust;

36 Golden Oreo cookies

½ cup unsalted butter-melted

For Strawberry Cheesecake Layer:

8 oz. cream cheese-softened

½ cup unsalted butter-softened

1 cup powdered sugar

1 ¼ cup whipped cream

1 1/3 cup diced fresh strawberries (about 5.5 oz.)

For Strawberry Jello Layer:

3 oz. strawberry flavored gelatin (like Jello)

½ cup boiling water

1 cup strawberry Greek yogurt

4 cups whipped cream

For Topping:

2-3 cups whipped cream

4-5 oz. white chocolate bar to make the curls


  • To make the crust ground whole Oreo cookies with the filling in a food processor to make fine crumbs. In a bowl stir together ½ cup melted butter with Oreo crumbs until evenly moistened, then press the mixture in the bottom of 9 x 13 inch dish, set in the freezer to firm while making cheesecake layer.
  • In a bowl cream together ½ cup softened butter, 8 oz. softened cream cheese and 1 cup powdered sugar until smooth and creamy. Add 1 ¼ cup whipped cream and mix to combine. Using a rubber spatula, gently fold in diced strawberries and spread the mixture over chilled crust. Place in the fridge.
  • In a large bowl place strawberry Jello, add ½ cup boiling water and stir to dissolve completely. Whisk in 1 cup strawberry Greek yogurt until combine. Add 4 cups whipped cream and mix until combine evenly. Pour the mixture over cream cheese layer and smooth the top.
  • Refrigerate for 2-3 hours until set.
  • Spread 2 cups whipped cream on top.
  • To make the curls, carefully draw a vegetable peeler across the broad surface of a bar of white chocolate at room temperature. Sprinkle curls on top. Refrigerate for 2 more hours before serving, or overnight.
  • Store in the fridge.


For whipped cream you can use thawed whipped topping like Cool Whip (you’ll need about 22 oz.). For homemade whipped cream, beat 3 ½ cups chilled heavy whipping cream with 2 teaspoon vanilla until soft peaks form. Add powdered sugar to taste and continue mixing on high speed until STIFF PEAKS form.


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  1. With this kind of website they are hard to keep up with i would like to know you have a cookbook for anyone can have to order at allThanks
    1. I am used to having to cut carbs/fats from recipes because of family health needs. I think I will try graham cracker crust, sugar free Jello, and Cool Whip Free.
    1. Hi Nae, jello is used to firm the mixture of yogurt and whipped cream, not just for the flavor. You can use an envelop unflavored gelatin,and substitute boiling water with boiling strawberry juice.
      1. I have made this twice. Horrible recipe. The strawberry layer becomes soupy vs thick as it does in the video. Do not use whipped cream or cool whip. You will end up with soupy texture. very disappointed...
        1. I didn't see a comment on the one bad review of this recipe. Has anyone else out there tried this recipe and was very disappointed in the outcome? I'd like to know before I invest time and money in this recipe. Thanks.
          1. I've made this twice myself and if directions (measurements) are followed, it comes out very nicely.... The only thing I imagine could be "soupy" is that perhaps the kitchen ( or ingredients) were too warm, but once it is cooled and set, there should be no such problem. Of course, if you left this dish out for any length of time, your ingredients WILL run...It is, after all, a cold dessert.
          2. I made it and it was fabulous. Didn't have white chocolate so I just topped it with strawberries cut in half
    1. Hi Nadine, 36 Oreo cookies are 396 g weight. But keep in mind that they are vanilla flavored sandwich cookies with the FILLING. If you cookies that are not filled, you'll need more butter, or the mixture wont hold together and the crust will crumble.
    1. I made this desert yesterday for the 4th, and let me tell you, it went over like a diamond. Everyone fell in love with it, asking to take a copy home with them to make at they're next party. If you follow direction as they say, nothing can go wrong! Enjoy!!!
    2. Mine lasted less than 48 hours. LOL!! Everybody loved it. I didnt actually pour the yogurt mixture, it was semi formed already, I scooped and then smoothed it. We were eating it within an hour at the most.
  2. Oh, I need to try this one, I made your Oreo Cheesecake Chocolate Cake for my son's birthday cake and it was heavenly!! I'm sure this will be just as good!!
  3. I just made this! I used double stuff Oreo cookies for the bottom. Raspberry jello instead of strawberry because I didn't have strawberry! I garnished the cake with crushed Oreo Cookies. Just Devine! This is for the Memorial Day Weekend Party of ours!
  4. I made this and it turned out great, not soupy as someone else said. Many people complimented me on it and wanted the recipe. Had a little water at bottom after a day but I think it was from the extra fresh strawberries I added!
    1. Hi Melissa, i haven't tried to freeze it. But I think that strawberries in cheesecake filling might be a problem. They will release to much juice when thaw and ruin the filling.
  5. I have received rave reviews every time I have made this amazingly wonderful dessert! I made it for a church potluck today using raspberries instead of strawberries, and I liked it even better.
  6. Couldn't get the print link to work.... wouldn't print. Had to hand copy it to try it... might want to check it out if others had problem with it.
  7. Please don't call this a lasagna. It's not. If that were true a classic stacked cake would be a lasagna. It's not.
  8. Please don't call this a lasagna. It's not. If it were..you would have to call a multi layered wedding cake a lasagna. It's not.
  9. Looks delicious. But may I ask the purpose of the butter in the cheesecake layer. It doesn't make to me. I noticed in another strawberry recipe, that you haven't used butter in the filling. I've tried tasting it in 7
  10. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe! I made it yesterday with 2 of my granddaughters and it turned out marvelous. It set up beautiful and I got lots of rave reviews on it ( and asks for the recipe)! I will definitely make this again and maybe I will try to freeze a slice to see how that turns out. If you follow the recipe as is, and chill it very well, it will turn out.
  11. Ah, I have spent "years in the kitchen" (married for over four decades of enjoyment)... but I think I misinterpreted this recipe -- but not sure. I'm re-thinking: when you say 4 cups whipped cream, you are asking us to whip cream until it makes its peaks and equals 4 cups, right, or to use 4 cups of something like Cool Whip, right? If I whip 4 cups of whipping cream, I'll end up with more than 4 cups. I apologize, but I'm asking if you can clarify -- thank you.
    1. Hi Margery, whip cream until it makes its peaks and equals 4 cups or use 4 cups of something like Cool Whip. It's written in the notes at the end of the recipe, for total amount of whipped cream : you can use thawed whipped topping like Cool Whip (you’ll need about 22 oz.). For homemade whipped cream, beat 3 ½ cups chilled heavy whipping cream with 2 teaspoon vanilla until soft peaks form. Add powdered sugar to taste and continue mixing on high speed until STIFF PEAKS form.
      1. Thank you. Mine have favorable comments, but it didn't look like your beautiful picture so I knew I'd whipped too much cream. We kind of "topped" ours with the strawberry jello layer, and since by then it was about 3+ inches high, the vote was to skip the last two layers. I told the group I thought I'd misunderstood the directions. I hope to make it again and do the "adjustments" that end up with the lovely presentation you have here. :) It's never to late to teach old cooks new tricks. Thank you. Oh, PS, would you mind if I share it on my website if I cite yours? I'll wait for your response and then give the rest of the info if it's okay. Thank you.
  12. Awesome easy cake my neighbour love it and the family... Having a BBQ tomorrow the cake has been requested by many people ... Thank you ...
  13. This is one of the best recipes I ever made. And so easy! Love it. Since making it the first time I've been asked to make it several times. I thought I would be different and try it with blueberries and now I see you already have. I noticed it's pudding rather than jello. Does it have to be pudding? I was also wondering if this can be frozen so I can travel with it

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