To Die for Toblerone Cheesecake Recipe!

by zesty on December 30, 2008 · 46 comments

Well Well Well…. Have I got a treat for you today – A Toblerone Cheesecake Recipe! We were heading to a family function last week which we do every year for Christmas and we were on tap for a dessert. Well actually I didn’t know we were on for a dessert until the day before when we realized a lot of other people were bringing appetizers and hot dishes.   So we just opted for a dessert!

That was the easy part… now we had to come up with something to bring! We tossed around a few ideas and then I remember hearing about this little gem – Toblerone Cheesecake. I mean what could go wrong… I love toblerone bars and I love cheesecake. What the heck, lets give this a try.

Now, before we get to the recipe… I have a confession to make. I could not take the final picture of a slice on a plate at home because we had to take the whole cheesecake to the party. And to make matters worse, we forgot the camera to take a picture of the first slice. So all you get to see is the finished product in the spring-form pan.


  • 1 1/4 Cups Oreo cookie crumbs
  • 1/4 Cup butter, melted
  • 2 (250 g) packages cream cheese, softened
  • 1 Cup smooth peanut butter
  • 1 Cup sugar
  • 2 (100 g)  Toblerone chocolate bars, divided
  • 1 1/2 Cups thawed Cool Whip, divided (or other whipped topping)


  1. Mix crumbs and butter; press firmly onto bottom of 9-inch spring-form pan. Refrigerate 10 minutes.
  2. Beat cream cheese, peanut butter and sugar on medium speed until well blended.
  3. Chop 1 chocolate bar and stir into cream cheese mixture. Gently stir in 1 cup of the whipped topping.
  4. Spoon over crust, and refrigerate 3 hours.
  5. Microwave remaining 1/2 cup whipped topping and chocolate bar on high for 1 minute. Stir until chocolate is melted and mixture is well blended; cool slightly.  ( We were so nervous that this mixture was not creamy enough to pour over – we forgot to take a picture. It actually worked out but was not pourable – we needed to spread it like butter)
  6. Pour glaze over cake and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  7. ENJOY!

To finish it off, I just sliced up some left over toblerone bar to give it a nice addition on top.  I think one key to making this dessert even better is making it the day/night before and giving the mixture a chance to really firm up.  You could even throw it in the ice box for a little while.

Overall the dessert was very good.  I found it somewhat rich… but what can you expect with that much chocolate, peanut butter and sugar in one pan.  Let me know if you had this cheesecake before or if you are willing to try it.

Take care


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{ 43 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jenna

OH my!!! this sounds dangerous!! :) I can’t wait to try this……errr…after the holidays. :) Thanks for the recipe I will be storing it in my binder!


2 VeggieGirl



3 Laurie

Wow, you can bring that dessert to my house any time! That is some kind of decadent.


4 rubybean77

Toblerone is my FAVORITE!!! YUM!!! Great holiday treat.


5 Live.Love.Eat

This looks beautiful. I love the way the sugar is shining in the bowl.

Happy New Year!


6 FoodRenegade

Looks totally decadent and really, really bad for you. :) It also looks particularly tempting. Perhaps I could help myself to the tiniest slice?


7 Bob

That looks mad good. I’m willing to try it, when you will bring some over? :) I’d make it myself, but last time I made a cheesecake my girlfriend decided it was too rich and I wound up eating the whole thing myself. I can’t make another till I’ve lost that weight. Heh.


8 Gera

Hi Cory!

Absolutely decadent and delicious! I imagine that the party was awesome with this treat :)

Have an Excellent and Happy New Year!!

Gera .:. sweetsfoods


9 thepinkpeppercorn

mmm! I always received Toblerone’s from my grandmother, nearly religiously, TONNES of them! Somehow I have recently convinced her that I am no longer in need of so many… Maybe I need to change her mind. Delicious!


10 Anna

Wow, that does sound rich! It sure is a neat idea.


11 Sharon

Mmm, toblerone bars are awesome! Great recipe post!


12 Marianne

Interesting that you don’t have to bake this one. How well does it really set up? I guess it wouldn’t quite have that “cheesecake” texture. I am a fan that it’s a no bake without gelatin though, since I’ve had some of those not set on me! And obviously, the flavour combination is most excellent.


13 Lainie Petersen

Oh MAN does this look good! Sinful that I can’t taste it via Internet!


14 Jenn (eating bender)

I have not had Toblerone cheesecake before, but I’m certainly missing out! It reminds me of Godiva cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory – yum! You must have been a hit at that party!


15 Raj Krishnaswamy

Really mouthwatering recipe. They advertise Toblerone as the worlds first triangular chocolate and it has always appealed to me ( even though I am well past 40 ! ) and anything with it in a recipe therefore appeals to me! Thank you.


16 Laura

What an amazing recipe!!! I’m so glad I found your blog via Christy at SouthernPlate!! I have enjoyed reading over many of your recipes. I’ll definitely be back to check out more!!


17 Heather McD (Heather Eats Almond Butter)

Oh my – Oreos, cream cheese, PB, and Toblerone?!? All in one dish? Amazing.


18 Kelly Turner

Holy crap- that looks amazing!

Kelly Turner


19 Danielle

I’m dying just looking at it… I cannot imagine actually eating it, I mean savoring a incredibly scrumptious of heaven :) thanks sooo much for sharing!


20 Julie

Oh my, looks like heaven! Yes, I’d be willing to try some..maybe we could have some fed exed over :)


21 Oh She Glows

umm, did you say ‘leftover Toblerone’ bar? That actually happens?

We get them as stocking stuffers and don’t see them again. Just a strange tinfoil wrapping scattered about.



22 Kristie

That sounds TO DIE for. You don’t get a much better combo than cheesecake and chocolate bar, most especially if it’s Toblerone. Next time I have one of those bars around (it’s a rarity but I might have to get one especially for this) then there’s a good chance this cheesecake will be ahappenin’ in my kitchen.


23 coco

love the mix of cheese, PB and chocolate! They all together guarantees the dessert to be fabulous!!!!~~~~~


24 Kastrina

Goodness, now THERE’S a cheesecake! Yummy!
Happy New Year!


25 Lindsey (Mrs. LC)

Mmm, that looks delicious! We have a chocolate truffle cheesecake already made for tonight’s NYE dessert. :) I may be one of the biggest cheesecake fans – our wedding cake back in July was chocolate-raspberry swirl cheesecake!


26 Joanne

Any time I see a no-bake cheese cake recipe I get excited. That means no cracking! Yippee! It looks great – congrats on your new cheesecake discovery!


27 Foong

That is SO SO tempting…but I think I’ll give it a pass. If I make this, I’ll probably eat the whole cake by myself!


28 Megan

I think I will definitately try making this! It sounds AMAZING!


29 Agatha Howlett

I had this same cheesecake on Christmas day at our ” we have to work on Christmas Day ” brunch. IT WAS AWESOME!!!!


30 KayTea

Wow. My auntie Pat would always have this fabulous toblerone cheesecake and would never give us her recipe. Your cake looks like hers before you put the chocolate topping over it. What i do know is that she doesnt use peanut butter and dont think she uses oreos.

One question how many does this make for?


31 ZestyCook

@KayTea Thanks for your nice comment. The cake is very rich, I find it can easily feed 16-20 people because I tend to cut the slices fairly thin. Hope this helps.


32 RubyM

this is amazing! we went to a thanksgiving party last week and my husband LOVED this. I am a cheesecake maker and usually I put reeses pieces in his because he loves the peanut butter. when he ate her cake and flipped, i was a bit envious! I tried to pull apart her reciepe bite by bite, but I knew i’d need exact measurements. Your cake looks just like hers, and now I will have to conquer this! Thanks a million!!


33 muni

Looks like a very tempting treat…I am about to try to make it…. Will definitely let you know how it was…. I Also was wondering, would it be quick set and are we suppose to add gelatin to it as well or not ???


34 hani

superb!can’t wait to try your recipe..but just 1 thing i need to make it clear do i need to put in any gelatin in there like other no bake chocolate cheesecake?really hope u reply..many thanks!


35 ZestyCook

@Hani – No Gelatin required. I hope you enjoy it!



36 rin

wow! i love cheesecake! i love toblerone! i love peanut butter! can’t wait to try this recipe! TQ!


37 funkydisco

ya i made this last year to bring over to my familly. they loved it. little that they knew it took just a few minutes to whip up this teat.. my kind of cooking (*no bake*) hehe.

add fine chopped walnuts to add texture…


38 Crystal

It is AMAZING !!!!!! My little girl loved it to and shes so picky ! All I can say is HOLY YUMMMMMMMM !!!


39 Colin

I have been making toblerone cheesecake for the last 3 years at our small restaurant, it has always been a good seller, and received very very well with our customers. It is fairly unique and an extremely rich dessert.


40 Treena-Marie

Any suggestions for another alternative to cool whip? Not sure NZ sells it- or what would be the closest thing to it?


41 zesty

Hi Treena,
You could just make your own whip cream. Take heavy cream 36% and add it to a bowl. Mix on low and then to high with a beater or kitchen aid until it becomes almost stiff. Then add a little bit of icing sugar into it. Taste as you add and you are good to go.


42 Nurin

Hi, I made it and hubby said it was incredible! Though we had to cut down on the sugar, peanut butter and toblerone. A very good recipe indeed!


43 Illuminati smurf

I fed this cheesecake to my cat for three straight days and he died but boy did he like this recipe! i have a dog now and so far he has eaten way more cheesecake than that lazy cat ever did.


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