No Bake Mint Aero Cheesecake Recipe

If there is one thing to know about me, it’s my weakness for mint. Imperial mints, mint chocolate, mint ice-cream. If it’s minty, I love it! So when I came across the recipe to make my own mint aero cheesecake, how could I not do it {and eat it all myself!! Mwahahaha!}

This mint aero cheesecake is a no-bake recipe, super simple and insanely tasty! It can be rustled up with just 15 mins prep time and ready to devour within a couple of hours.

2 1/2 oz butter
200g cream cheese {I use Philadelphia}
15 digestive biscuits {or more if you feel it necessary!}
250ml double cream
4 oz icing sugar
2 large bars of mint aero chocolate

For the base:

Melt the butter in a pan. As that’s melting, crush your digestive biscuits. Once the butter is melted, add to the crushed digestives & mix well. Line your cake tin with the biscuit base and press down to ensure they are well combined.

For the topping:
Mix your icing sugar & cream cheese together {either by hand or a whisk}, then make up your double cream {whisk it until you get soft peaks} and add it to your cream cheese & icing sugar mixture.
Bash the life out of your aero bars {great stress reliever!}, I find keeping them in the wrapper and giving them a few whacks with a rolling pin helps and add the crushed mint aero bars to your mix. Don’t use it all though {I know it’s tempting!} but put some aside to sprinkle on top before it goes into the fridge to set.
Add mint mixture to your biscuit base, smooth it out with a spatula, sprinkle it with the leftover crushed aero and put it into your fridge to set. It should be set & ready to enjoy in a couple of hours.

Mint Aero cheesecake recipe - Click through to see how you can make it too!
Those few hours were SO insanely long for me. It’s like it knew I was waiting for it, so it {somehow} slowed down the space-time continuum just to torture me! But as that last second ticked passed, I opened that fridge door and BOOM! It was ready for me to enjoy! And enjoy it I did! Only a slice mind you, I didn’t eat it all by myself
{my kids would’ve hunted me down if I did!}.
Mint Aero cheesecake recipe - Click through to see how you can make it too!
Any other mint lovers out there? What’s your favourite minty dish?


A delicious no bake Mint Aero Cheesecake recipe - Click through for the recipe!

D xx


  1. 15/05/2014 / 8:27 AM

    OH MY GOD! This looks like heaven on a plate, i’ve just started my diet again today so thanks for this 😛 haha xx

  2. Amy Squires
    15/05/2014 / 8:49 AM

    Mmmm this does look like heaven!

  3. 15/05/2014 / 8:30 AM

    I love cheesecake, I love mint choc. Mint choc cheesecake!? HEAVEN!!! x

  4. James Gibson
    15/05/2014 / 9:39 AM

    This has blown my mind seriously need this in my life! I’m going to attempt it this weekend my wife is away so ill be able to gobbLe it all ! I mean share with the kids :-p ha ha !

  5. 15/05/2014 / 9:29 AM

    I’ve neve rhd mint chocolate, and am not a big fan of cheesecake, but still this seems like quite an interesting recipe.

  6. Honest Mum
    15/05/2014 / 4:48 PM

    This looks amazing, nothing nicer than the marriage of mint, chocolate and cream! Yum! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

  7. Eileen Teo
    17/05/2014 / 8:32 PM

    Wow! That is amazing! Love it!

  8. Sophie at Franglaise Cooking
    19/05/2014 / 1:12 PM

    Why has no one every thought of making this before and marketing it?!? This is just heaven – mint, chocolate and cheesecake, I’m drooling here!

  9. 26/04/2015 / 8:53 PM

    That’s a real shame Jane. Maybe the settings in our fridges are different?

  10. Rebecca
    07/05/2015 / 10:36 AM

    Hello! When it says 2 large aero bars, is that two of the 40g or 118g?

  11. 14/06/2015 / 5:22 PM

    This looks delicious!

  12. Four for the Road
    28/06/2015 / 1:47 PM

    Oh wow, sharing this straight away! I figure the more friends I share it with the more chance someone will make it for me. I’m making a Guiness cake tonight, it’s one of my favourites to make and eat.Lovin your blog x

    • 28/06/2015 / 8:33 PM

      Haha, thanks so much for sharing. The dessert is so damn delicious so enjoy! x

  13. 04/07/2015 / 10:29 PM

    OMG I have made this from this website it was sooooo nice. I made 2 and ate most of it opppps lol but you have to try it x

    • 05/07/2015 / 8:21 AM

      Haha! The first time I made this it was a little while off being set but I didn’t care as it tasted SO AMAZING! lol! Glad you gave it a go and enjoyed it Lauren! x

  14. Steven Montgomery
    26/07/2015 / 9:03 PM

    Just made this, it’s delish & I saved a few bob by getting the ingredients from aldi 🙂

  15. Stephen sproule
    01/10/2015 / 12:14 PM

    Hi. Thanks very much for the recipe. This might sound really stupid. But first time baking. What do you mean make up your double cream?

    • 02/10/2015 / 12:54 PM

      Hi there, just using an electric mixer {or by hand – but it takes longer} and whip it up until ready. You’ll know when it is.

  16. Zoe
    11/12/2015 / 3:01 PM

    I made this cheesecake on Tuesday. It was really simple to do and went down a treat with the family. This is definitely my new dessert now Thank you.

    • 12/12/2015 / 8:59 PM

      Aww I am so pleased to hear that you not only made it {isn’t it super easy!} but you loved it too. I will be making one for Christmas day dessert I think! 😉 x

  17. Shrawrdan
    22/12/2015 / 9:14 AM

    How would this be? 8″, 10″ or 12″. I’m looking to make a 12″ haha

  18. Yulanda armstrong
    21/07/2016 / 4:10 PM

    Hi going to make this at the weekend but just wanted to know what size of a biscult tin do you use

  19. 17/09/2016 / 10:47 AM

    Hi busy mum can this be frozen??

  20. Kara
    18/11/2016 / 3:09 PM

    Can I use Milk Chocolate digestive biscuits for the crust?

  21. Anna Taswar
    27/01/2017 / 4:54 PM

    Hi I was going to nake this on Sunday but i was just wondering, how long does it take to make the mixture and how long do you have to set it for approximately? Thank You xxx

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