No bake Lattice cheesecake slice recipe

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Remember the days of old when the Lattice slice concoctions gracing the CWA bake stall table were a feast to behold? I’ve brought the Lattice biscuit trend back to my own kitchen recently and this cheesecake slice is a winner of a dessert!

Super easy and a dessert which can be made in advance, the Lattice cheesecake slice is finger licking good.



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  • Makes : 9
  • Prep time : 30 mins

No bake Lattice cheesecake slice ingredients

  • 1 packet of Arnott’s Lattice biscuits
  • 250g cream cheese, room temperature
  • 125g butter, room temperature
  • ½ cup of caster sugar
  • ½ tsp vanilla bean paste
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • ¼ cup boiling water
  • 2 tsp of gelatine powder


  • Line a 20cm square cake thin with baking paper - be sure to leave some overhang so you can remove the slice from the tin once finished. Check that nine Lattice biscuits fit across the base snugly.
  • In a small bowl, mix together the gelatine powder and boiling water. Set aside to cool a little.
  • Using electric beaters, beat together the cream cheese, butter and caster sugar until whipped smooth and creamy. This may take up to five minutes.
  • Add the vanilla bean paste and the lemon juice and mix. With the beaters running, slowly add the gelatine mixture and mix for a couple of minutes until completely combined.
  • Line the base of the cake tin with Lattice biscuits, sticky sugar side down.
  • Carefully pour the cream cheese mixture over the top, careful not to shift the biscuits as you pour.
  • Place another nine Lattice biscuits over the top and pop in the fridge overnight to set.
  • Once set, pull the slice out by gripping the baking paper. Using a sharp knife, slice between the biscuits. Trim the edges if required – or leave if you don’t mind the rustic look!


  • This recipe makes nine cheesecake squares. Keep in the fridge until ready to be served.

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