Delicious No-Bake Strawberry and Graham Cracker Dessert

Updated on August 24, 2017

A no-bake dessert is the perfect option when you’re on a time crunch, have no idea what a soufflé is, or you just don’t have the energy to put into making one of those amazing homemade pies.

It doesn’t matter whether you want to make the kids a special treat or need something for the cookout this weekend, this delicious strawberry dessert will work perfectly.


The first thing that you need to do is gather your dishes and your ingredients. For this recipe, you will need:

  • 16 ounces whipped cream
  • 1 box graham crackers
  • 3 pounds strawberries


Before putting this delicious desert together, gather everything that is needed. After that, cut all of the strawberries into slices. Cutting them into quarters will work as well, but slices will be easier because they lay flat.

Set aside one cup of strawberries.

1. Graham crackers

First, put a layer of graham crackers on the bottom of the pan. If the pan has rounded corners, it will not matter when this is done. Break the graham crackers into the correct size needed to guarantee that they cover the bottom of the pan.

2. Whipped topping

Next, use a rubber spatula or spoon to spread the whipped topping over the graham crackers. The whipped topping should thoroughly cover the graham crackers.

3. Add some strawberries

After that, scatter strawberries generously over the layer of whipped topping. There should be a complete layer of strawberries from one edge of the pan to the next edge.

4. Another layer of graham crackers.

After that, put another layer of graham crackers on top of the strawberries, pressing down on them slightly for an even layer of graham crackers. (This is why it is easier to use slices of strawberries.)

5. Add strawberries and whipped cream

Repeat steps 2 and three to add another layer of whipped cream and strawberries.

6. Scatter strawberries on top

The final layer on top of the pan should be a layer of whipped topping. Take the cup of strawberries and any other strawberries that are left over and scatter them on top of the whipped topping for a gorgeous finish.

7. Chill for one hour

Last, just slide the pan in the fridge and wait.

This easy no bake dessert has a nice summer touch, but it can be used any time of the year. It will make a great after school snack for the kids, is ideal for beginners and is the perfect addition to any potluck dinner.

This delicious dessert is guaranteed to be a hit wherever you take it!


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