Strawberry Refrigerator Cake

Strawberry Refrigerator Cake
Prepare yourselves for the easiest, creamiest, summery-est (is that a word?) dessert you can make: No-Bake Strawberry Refrigerator Cake!

*this recipe was created for Imperial Sugar

Fresh strawberries are layered with graham crackers, and a fluffy cream cheese whipped cream. After a few hours in the refrigerator, the graham crackers magically transform into soft “cake” layers. It IS magic!

Here are your basic ingredients...that's it! Wait until you see how it comes together. 

Start with a layer of graham crackers.

 Add a layer of this delectable cream cheese-whipped cream. Ooh-la-la!

Strawberry Refrigerator Cake
Add sliced strawberries.


Repeat again.

Strawberry Refrigerator Cake
Pop in the fridge and wait for the magic to happen!  

Strawberry Refrigerator Cake
This is the perfect make-ahead summer dessert! One tip, if you plan to make it more than 12 hours in advance, you might want to place the strawberries on the top layer closer to serving time. That way, they're at their prettiest. 

Tell me right now you're going to make this. "Yes, Bridget. We'll make it." OK, good. 

I'm sharing my recipe on Imperial Sugar today. Go grab it! 



  1. Maybe put a hyperlink to the recipe for the whipped cream.

  2. This cake looks just fantastic! Although I wonder why don't you publish anything with cheaper ingredients. I live in Bronx and as you can imagine, I cannot afford to buy fresh strawberries for the cake! Shall I play shell game of a lottery to win at least a few bucks?

  3. Bridget- quick question- will the whipped cream separate over time or does the cream cheese stabilize it? does it hold in the fridge for over 24 hours or is this something I make the morning of? Thanks again- this looks great!

    1. Yes....I would just hold off adding the strawberries to the top until closer to the serving time.


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