59 Easy Fruit Desserts That Require No Baking

Easy fruit desserts are always in season. These no-bake treats are perfect for when you're running low on time but craving lots of flavor.

Easy fruit desserts only get better when those recipes are also no-bake. These oven-free treats range from n0-bake cheesecakes to icebox cakes to homemade ice pops.
You can also explore some of these no-bake Thanksgiving desserts to make your preparations breezy!

No matter which route you take, these treats will hit the spot while proving that fuss-free is the way to go.

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Key Lime Cream Pie

The classic Key lime pie gets a mile-high makeover with this easy fruit dessert. A creamy lime filling gets topped with heaps of homemade whipped cream and a sprinkling of toasted coconut.
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Bing Cherry-Amaretti Fool

Bing cherries are one of our favorite types of cherries because of their rich color and perfectly sweet flavor. In this fool, a custard British dessert, the cherries really shine.
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No-Bake Lemon Pie

Easy fruit desserts don’t get simpler than this no-bake pie. Whip together sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and whipped topping to make a creamy pie filling. Spread that into a premade pie crust and you’ve got a treat that will have friends asking for seconds!

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Strawberry Pretzel Pie

If you love the classic strawberry pretzel salad, you’ll certainly adore the pie version of this treat. When it comes to easy fruit desserts, this one is uniquely satisfying thanks to the sweet and salty combination.
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Banana Crumb Pudding

Who can resist banana pudding? This version uses Nilla Wafer cookies as the cookie component, however you could also use your favorite packaged shortbread cookies.
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Frozen Fruit Whip

A quick no-bake dessert is never far when you have this whipped treat in the freezer. To make, fold together berries, sweetened condensed milk and whipped topping. It will store well for up to six months.
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Strawberry Banana Pudding

Strawberry and banana is an iconic flavor combination. These two fruits get layered together in this no-bake dessert between graham crackers and whipped topping.
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Berry Pistachio Pie

Toasted pistachios add depth of flavor and crunch to this easy, no-bake fruit pie. If you’re making the crumb crust from scratch, consider adding a few crushed pistachios to the mix there as well!
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4-Ingredient Watermelon Sorbet

No ice cream maker is needed to make this easy, 4-ingredient watermelon sorbet recipe. Instead, use a blender or food processor to combine the ingredients before moving the mix to the freezer.
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Fruit Kabobs with Margarita Dip

A splash of tequila and orange juice make this fruit dip taste just like the classic summer cocktail. Pair this dip with plenty of fresh berries and tropical fruits like pineapple and mango.

If you love mangoes, you should try this marvelous no-bake sweet mango delicacy- mango delight!

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Fresas con Crema

This refreshing fresas con crema recipe is wonderful when berries are in season. Media crema is a rich, unsweetened cream found in the baking aisle or ethnic food section of the grocery store. It’s similar to creme fraiche and sour cream, although sour cream is a bit tangier.
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Peach Crisp Parfait Pops

The secret to the crisp-like texture in these fruit pops? Granola! Feel free to swap out peaches for whatever fruit crisp flavor combo you like best.
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Easy Fresh Strawberry Pie

For an easy summer dessert, use a premade pie crust. Then fill it with heaps of fresh berries. The only extra this treat needs is a dollop of whipped cream.
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Lemon Icebox Cake

Icebox cakes are some of the best no-bake desserts you can make. When creamy ingredients are layered with wafers or cookies, the two mesh to create a cake-like treat. This lemon version uses graham crackers, cream cheese and lemon pudding mix.

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Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

Want easy fruit desserts that yield no leftovers? These are it! No one can resist fresh berries stuffed with a cheesecake-like filling. Take these over the top with a drizzle of chocolate and even a sprinkling of nuts.
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Berry Trifle

Trifles are some of the best easy fruit desserts. You can use store-bought or leftover cake as a base. Then layer in cream and whatever fruits you love best. In this recipe, our Test Kitchen used angel food cake and plenty of berries.
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Lemon Ice

This delicious sweet-tart lemon ice is a perfectly refreshing way to end a summer meal. The best part: You don’t need an ice cream maker or blender. Combine the ingredients in a saucepan and heat; then freeze until slushy.
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Contest-Winning Raspberry Cream Pie

Cheesecake, meet raspberry pie. This two-fer dessert is just right when you can’t decide between a creamy no-bake cheesecake and a fruit-forward pie.
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Frozen Banana Cereal Pops

Looking for easy fruit desserts that are also healthy? Dip bananas in yogurt (any flavor!) and then roll in cereal or nuts. Pop these on a skewer and freeze for a simple frozen fruit pop.
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Cherry No-Bake Cookies

No-bake cookies are a great snack to bring on road trips and to picnics. These used chopped cherries and a splash of almond extract for a great flavor combo.
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Creamy Layered Blueberry Ice Pops

These delicious ice pops can also be made with raspberries or blackberries. The rosemary sprig and lemon zest bring another layer of flavor. The pops are quick and easy enough for kids to help make.
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Mango Almond Icebox Cake

Ladyfingers form the base of this icebox cake. They get dressed up with a package of frozen mango, though you could also use fresh. Toast the almonds before incorporating them into this recipe for extra crunch.
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Blackberry Daiquiri Sherbet

This recipe is a great excuse to break out your ice cream maker (or even invest in one!). A splash of rum combined with the berries gives this sherbet a bit of daiquiri flair.
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Easy Key Lime Pie Trifle

Need a make-ahead dessert for your next backyard bash? Look no further than this no-bake trifle. It starts with a frozen Key lime pie cut into cubes and then gets accented with cream cheese, coconut and pecans.
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Easy Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie

Three simple ingredients mixed together and spread into a graham crust make magic while your freezer does all the work. Prep this pie ahead and freeze it overnight—or even a few days. It’s a great dessert to have on hand for a last-minute summer get-together.
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Rainbow Strawberries

Transform simple chocolate-covered strawberries into technicolor strawberries. Use white chocolate chips and food coloring to create these rainbow-inspired treats.
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Strawberry Lemon Trifle

This trifle looks so beautiful layered in a glass bowl that people will think it took ages to make. The secret is starting with a purchased angel food cake to make prep so easy.
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Five-Minute Blueberry Pie

Have five minutes and a heap of fresh blueberries? Then you’ve got all you need to make this easy fruit dessert.
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Rosemary Citrus Sorbet

Have an herb garden bursting with rosemary? Use it in this sorbet! Rosemary pairs so well with citrus fruits and makes for a refreshing sorbet.
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Fruit ‘n’ Cake Kabobs

While the grill is still hot, pop some of your favorite fruit onto skewers with pre-made pound cake. A little char is all you need to caramelize the sugars in the fruit.
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Strawberry Cream Cheese Pound Cake

A frozen pound cake forms the base of this simple summer dessert. Then cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and berries are spread on top. All of this gets chilled for a cool, creamy dessert that hits the spot on a hot day.
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Easy Banana Pudding with Cream Cheese

Take your classic banana pudding and layer it in a trifle dish. This way, folks can see all the delicious flavors inside.
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Raspberry Mousse

Elegant raspberry mousse is the perfect way to end a special summertime meal. For a special touch, top with a few fresh berries and a sprig of fresh mint from the garden.
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Cherry and Chocolate Ice Cream Pie

A layer of fudge lines the cookie crust of this pie. With that as the foundation, who could resist this ice cream pie?
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Coconut Milk Strawberry-Banana Pops

If you’re a fan of Starbucks’ Pink Drink, you’ll love these homemade ice pops. They use similar ingredients including coconut milk and berries.
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Cherry Delight Dessert

This smooth and creamy cheesecake-like treat is light, sweet and pretty, too. Convenience products like canned cherry pie filling make it quick and easy to prepare.
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Fresh Raspberry Icebox Cake

Tart raspberries and ginger cookies are an unexpected but delicious pairing. Stack them artfully for an icebox cake that will impress guests.
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No-Churn Blueberry Graham Cracker Ice Cream

No churn? That’s right! All you need to make this homemade ice cream is a hand mixer or stand mixer. This recipe uses fresh blueberry jam but feel free to swap in your favorite fruit jam for a different take on this treat.
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Luscious Lime Angel Squares

We love easy fruit desserts with a unique twist. The twist with this recipe is the cube angel food cake that forms the “crust.” It looks so inviting when you see the layered lime filling and cake paired together in each slice.
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Mixed Berry Tiramisu

Want a summertime twist on a classic tiramisu? This easy fruit dessert is it! With ladyfingers, mascarpone filling and fresh berries, this no-bake beauty is ready in a flash.
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Banana Split Fluff

Making individual banana splits for a crowd can be a hassle. This fruity fluff, though, makes it easy! It has all the same flavors as the go-to sundae but can be prepped in advance and portioned out right at the buffet table.
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Blueberry Graham Dessert

When you’re short on time but long for cheesecake, try this fruity dessert. Ricotta and cream cheeses give every bit as much flavor as cheesecake without the effort. You can make individual servings in small jars or layer all the ingredients in a glass serving bowl like a trifle.
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Key Lime Pie Balls

These bite-sized no-bake cookies are the perfect way to enjoy the flavors of Key lime pie without having to break out the pie server. Be sure to use plenty of fresh lime zest and juice.
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Creamy Pina Colada Pie

On a summer day, who doesn’t crave a pina colada? This no-bake pie is the perfect way to share this flavor combination with friends. It uses pina colada mix as a base and gets leveled up with whipped topping, coconut and even more pineapple. We don’t blame you if you serve slices with cocktail umbrellas!
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Honey-Rum Grilled Bananas

These grilled bananas are the perfect dessert following a cookout. You can take advantage of the grill’s lingering heat to make these tasty treats. Craving more? Serve with ice cream!
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Pineapple Cheesecake

Ladyfingers form an elegant and delicious crust for this no-bake treat. It’s filled with plenty of fruit flavor thanks to canned pineapple, but you can add more by piling fresh berries on top.
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Strawberry Sorbet

Can you believe that all you need to make this refreshing sorbet are strawberries, confectioners’ sugar and lemon juice? That’s right—just three! Blend these together in a blender and pop in the freezer until firm. Then use an ice cream scoop to portion out servings for guests.
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Caramel Apples

Who doesn’t love a good gooey caramel apple? Don’t stop at just caramel, though. Dip apples in nuts, crushed cookies or candies.
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Cheesecake Berry Parfaits

The summer berry season is a real treat. This is an easy way to enjoy berries with cheesecake, which is a refreshing change from traditional pudding and fruit parfaits.
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Pineapple Orange Trifle

Coconut, pineapple and mandarin oranges lend a tropical taste to every spoonful of this fuss-free, no-bake dessert.
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Strawberry Gelato

You’ll love this smooth and creamy gelato with bright, fresh strawberry flavor and just a hint of honey.
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Pineapple Crunch

This recipe gets its nickname from the cornflakes that form the base of the dessert. They add just the right amount of crunch to compliment the creamy pineapple topper.
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Peach Bavarian

A Bavarian is essentially a fancy Jell-O salad. This easy fruit dessert can be made any time of year thanks to canned or frozen peaches, though we encourage you to top with a few fresh peaches when in season.
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Cherry Cream Cheese Tarts

It’s hard to believe that just five ingredients and a few minutes of preparation can result in these delicate and scrumptious tarts! But really—that is all it takes. Just be sure to stock up on mini pie crusts at the grocery store.
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Creamy Coconut Rice Pudding Parfaits

Leftover rice can be easily dressed up with this coconut rice pudding recipe. Once sweetened, tropical fruits adorn the top. Use your favorite combination of kiwi, pineapple, coconut and more.
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No-Bake Lemon Pudding Cheesecake Squares

This easy dessert starts with a box of instant pudding. Combined with whipped topping and layered onto a graham cracker crust, you’ve got a people-pleasing dessert. For more fruity flavor, add berries or sliced stone fruit on top.

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Blackberry White Chocolate Cheesecake Cups

This dessert has it all: tart blackberries, sweet white chocolate and crunchy, salty pretzels (that’s the crumb crust!). Prep individual servings in advance and take them along on your next picnic.
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Cherry-Coconut Slices

These easy candy-like sweets are simple to make and make use of your trusty 8×8″ pan. Press a mixture of graham cracker crumbs, coconut, marshmallows and maraschino cherries into the pan. Once set, a creamy frosting gets spread over the top.
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Simple Lemon Mousse

Mousse is one of those desserts that always feels fancy. When you stir this one up, top with an extra lemon slice or fresh fruit for a polished look.

Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is a former Taste of Home editor and passionate baker. During her tenure, she poured her love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. Lisa also dedicated her career here to finding and testing the best ingredients, kitchen gear and home products for our Test Kitchen-Preferred program. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.