Top 5 Cherry Cheesecake Recipes for Summer Days


cherry cheesecake bars

I grew up eating cheesecake for every one of my dad’s birthdays as a kid, and while I didn’t care for it at the time, I came to absolutely love it as a teenager and wanted it for all my birthdays every year after that. As my mom got used to the cheesecake request from my dad and I every January (we both have birthdays in January) she became a cheesecake wizard. The last cheesecake she made for me was a traditional strawberry cheesecake with a homemade cream cheese glaze, and oh my goodness, my expectation bar for cheesecake has been set high because of her.

Let’s Eat Some Cheesecake

I’m not sure what’s better: eating cheesecake as a comforting pick-me-up during the cold winter months, or eating a slice outside in the summer sun? I’ll let you be the judge as you try our Top 5 Cherry Cheesecake Recipes for Summer Days!

cherry vanilla cheesecake popsicles

Cherry Swirl Cheesecake

This is by far one of the fanciest looking cheesecakes I’ve ever seen. With a graham cracker crust plated in a pool of cherry sauce, you’ll understand why this is one of the most luscious cheesecake recipes.

Sweet Cherry and Vanilla Cheesecake Popsicles

These Cherry Vanilla Cheesecake Popsicles seem like they would be a super indulgent treat, but they’re chock-full of wholesome ingredients.

Cherry Cheesecake Bars

A delicious cheesecake filling made of gooey, dark-sweet cherries sits on a bed of crumbly crust making for the best cheesecake bars for fresh cherries.

Cherry cheesecake thumbprints

Cherry Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies

Billowy and soft, fluffy cookies with cream cheese infused dough? Sign me up! These cookies are rich in flavor, and you can’t beat a fresh cherry thumbprint in the middle.

 Fresh Cherry Cheesecake

An all-time classic cherry cheesecake recipe that bakes in a water-bath to make this cheesecake extra fluffy and creamy. Top with Stemilt cherries for a most sweet and delectable sauce.

Fresh Cherry Cheesecake

Cheesecakes are like growing plants, it may take awhile to learn how to grow/bake them, but once you do, the rewards of a fresh cheesecake or beautifully growing plant makes the time and effort worth it.

I’m not sure what time of the season you wouldn’t enjoy a cheesecake, but we’re curious to hear how you enjoyed yours! Leave us a comment below about how your cheesecake recipe turned out and which has to be your favorite.