This simple raspberry cheesecake dessert has few ingredients and is a great recipe for your kids to help out with!
Ways for children to eat raspberries
- add them to baked goods like muffins or bread, pancakes, waffles.
- add them to smoothies
- Make popsicles out of it
- eat them right now
- Mix with yogurt
- Make jam
- top your oatmeal
For dessert tonight, I wanted to do something that the kids could do themselves! We called it raspberry cheesecake simply because the crust was graham crackers, the filling was creamy, and we poured berries over it!
How to Make 3 Step Raspberry Cheesecake
Step 1: crush graham crackers
Crush graham crackers and add them to the bottom layer of a cup or bowl. That's great for kids. Place graham crackers in a resealable bag and roll over the bag with a rolling pin to crush it.
Step 2: top with Greek yogurt. You can now top it with raspberries if you like them a little frozen, or you can wait to freeze them if you like them fresh.
Step 3: Freeze for 1 hour. 1 hour is perfect as it creates a firmer texture, but isn't frozen solid. That's it! Serve your dessert and enjoy!
- 4th leaves Graham crackers
- 2 cups Vanilla Greek yogurt My favorite is Noosa or Greek Gods honey yogurt
- 1 Cup fresh raspberries
Display 4 clear glasses. Crumble a sheet of graham crackers into each glass.
Spoon 1/2 cup of yogurt into each glass. Freeze for an hour.
Cover with fresh raspberries and serve.