Home > Holidays > Halloween Cheesecake Halloween Cheesecake September 23, 2015 | 5 Comments SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Jump to Recipe This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy. This easy Halloween cheesecake starts with a pre-made cheesecake and uses quick ingredients for a last-minute, super festive Halloween cheesecake. No baking or fancy tools required to achieve the look! Okay, so Halloween is over a month away. But since it is one of my absolute favorite holidays, I’ve got a bunch of fun and simple ideas and this is one that I couldn’t wait to share. Mostly because it’s one of those way quick recipes that can literally be thrown together in ten minutes and will still taste delicious. Granted I started with the cheesecake already made, but having a pre-made cheesecake makes for the best kind of last minute dessert. I don’t know about you, but every year there seems to be so many Halloween parties/events that I need a QUICK dessert to bring to. Because instead of baking I’m spending time perfecting the costumes. Sound familiar anyone? 🙂 In fact, I’ve been so excited about Halloween costumes I’ve had my little Grey’s costume since September!So speaking of that pre-made cheesecake, I used a frozen pre-made classic cheesecake. They are super convenient for last minute desserts because you can have a few stored in your freezer and have them ready to be decorated within minutes. They are in the frozen food section of most grocery stores and they can be thawed super quick at home. The rest of the decorations are super quick to create your edible graveyard. The gravestones are simply cookies with “RIP” written using a gel frosting tube (or black frosting piped through a bag that you’ve cut off the very tip of OR you can fit a frosting bag with a #3 tip and use that). Then all you need are some other small decorations like candy corns, pumpkin mellowcreme candies, creepy candy eyes, etc. Whatever you find in the Halloween candy section of the store that looks eery will likely look great on this cheesecake! Now you can be the hit of your next Halloween party while still having PLENTY of time to put together an awesome costume 🙂 More Halloween Fun: Complete Food Guide to All Things Halloween Frankenstein Krispies Treats and FOUR other Halloween Treats Four 3-ingredient Halloween Treats Four Easy Halloween Appetizers FOLLOW ALONG! Subscribe to my newsletter and follow along on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram for the latest updates, recipes and content. 10-Minute No-Bake Halloween Cheesecake 0 from 0 votes - Review this recipe This easy Halloween cheesecake starts with a pre-made cheesecake and uses quick ingredients for a last-minute, super festive Halloween cheesecake. No baking or fancy tools required to achieve the look! SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Print Recipe 10-Minute No-Bake Halloween Cheesecake 0 from 0 votes - Review this recipe SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Print Recipe This easy Halloween cheesecake starts with a pre-made cheesecake and uses quick ingredients for a last-minute, super festive Halloween cheesecake. No baking or fancy tools required to achieve the look! Course Dessert Cuisine American Keyword halloween cheesecake Prep Time 10 minutes Total Time 10 minutes Servings 6 -8 Ingredients1 pre-made Frozen Classic Cheesecake6-7 Oreo Sandwich cookies4-5 Milano cookiesBlack gel frosting tubePumpkin mellowcreme candiesCandy corns InstructionsThaw out the cheesecake according to package directions.In a blender or food processor (or in a sealable bag) crush the oreos (no need to remove the cream) until they resemble crumbs.Sprinkle the crumbs evenly over the cheesecake.Decorate the Milano cookies with the letters "RIP" using the black gel frosting tube or put some black frosting in a small plastic bag, cut off the top, and pipe it onto the cookies.Press the cookies randomly into the cheesecake.Place the pumpkin mellowcreme candies and candy corns randomly on top of the cheesecake.Serve immediately DID YOU MAKE THIS RECIPE? I love hearing from you when you've made one of my recipes! Tag me on Instagram at @ChelseasMessyApron or leave me a comment below.