No Bake Mango Cheesecake

I love Mango Cheesecake, they do take some time but damn the end result worth everything. Although I love good old plain cheesecakes but a little Mango never hurt anyone, right?

The Peanut butter chocolate cheesecake which I made last year was epic, recipe here. So this time I wanted to surpass it lol so made the Mango version.

Mango Cheesecake



  • Mix of biscuits ( I took bourbon, Marie, other crackers) – is s½ packets roughly
  • Butter – 80-100gms (start with less and then add more if required)
  • Sugar – If you want to, I did not because biscuits are super sweet anyway.


  • Mango puree – of 2 Mangoes (I took 3, don’t do that)
  • Cream Cheese – 2 cups (make this at home from Paneer, super easy)
  • Powdered Sugar – 100gm (people add 200gm, but mangoes are sweet, so is the base)
  • Cream – 1 cup (I used Amul, no heavy cream in covid times)
  • Agar Agar/Gelatin – 5 spoons or 3 sheets
  • Water – ½ cup to mix Agar Agar/Gelatin
Perfect slice


  • Use a food processor or a mixie for the full recipe for fasting things up.
  • Put the biscuits in a processor and powder them.
  • Add butter and mix again until they both combine and leave the sides of the processor.
  • Take a detachable base tin or use a parchment paper on the base of a normal cake tin.  
  • Put the biscuit mixture and press it down with hands or the base of a katori. I always make extra for the sides also. Keep the tin in fridge for an hour.
  • Heat the water and add Agar Agar to it and it keep it aside for 10 minutes.
  • Now in same processor, add cream cheese, powdered sugar, mango puree, cream and mix.
  • Heat the agar agar mixture for 5 seconds again and immediately add to above mix.
  • Mix everything one last time and pour over the cake mixture. Do not wait, as Agar Agar/Gelatin is a setting ingredient and you do not want to set in a processor.
  • Put the cake in fridge and let it set overnight.

I will agree, the steps feel overwhelming but then if you want extraordinary results you need to put extraordinary hardwork too.

Mango Cheesecake
Love at first bite
Decorate with Cocoa and fresh mangoes


My cake tin is huge; I don’t know what 17 year old Mehak was thinking. Probably she wanted to just bake big cakes that’s all. I like Big cakes and I cannot lie. Moreover, this cake came out huge and a tiny piece could have made you feel full. It was a lot for three for us as you cannot even share the food these days with neighbors. But we had a good week gorging on yummy desserts, so no complaints.

I decorated the cake with some fresh mangoes and cocoa powder. DM for cake order guys, there is a new baker in town lalallalalaaaaaaa.

If this recipe is too much hardwork for you, then check out the recipe for Lazy Cake here.

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