This no-bake Cookies and Cream Swiss Roll Cake is the ultimate treat with layers of sliced Swiss Rolls and a creamy Oreo cheesecake filling.
And if you love this swiss roll cake, then definitely make a (from scratch) Chocolate Swiss Roll!
No Bake Oreo Swiss Roll Cake
Can you even stand it with this Swiss Rolls Cake???? I’ve made it twice. Two weekends in a row! Holy mother. I just love a dessert that requires such little effort, but looks so epic when it’s done.
My sweet boy turned seven…and then I cried for like 12 hours. Anyway. I had this cake pulled up on my computer and my son pleaded with me to make it when we celebrated with the family – as if he really needed to beg. Paleeeze. Little Debbie and I are like BFF.
Everyone loved it so much. I changed some of the ingredient amounts and method from the original – too lazy to chill the bowls first, so I froze the cake instead. But either one would make your toes curl. Seriously, you must make it!
You’ll need just 5 ingredients to prepare this no bake cake!
(Scroll below to the printable recipe card for details and measurements.)
- Little Debbie Swiss Roll cakes – You’ll need 2, 13 ounce boxes , unwrapped and cut into 6 slices each. NOTE: You’ll lose some of the chocolate when you slice the cakes. It’s ok. Just gather them up and toss them into the pan.
- Cream cheese – Make sure it’s softened to room temperature for easier blending.
- Powdered sugar – Avoid granulated sugar or the filling could end up grainy.
- Heavy whipping cream – Have it very well chilled.
- Oreos – Crumbled into small pieces. I used double stuffed!
How to Make Swiss Roll Cake
This no bake cake is easy to make in just a few simple steps!
(Don’t miss the printable recipe card below for all the details and measurements.)
- Prepare a springform pan. Line a 9-inch springform pan with plastic wrap.
- Make the filling. Beat cream cheese and powdered sugar together with an electric hand mixer, until smooth and creamy. Clean off the beaters and in a separate bowl, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form, about 2 minutes. Working with 1/3 of the whipped cream at a time, gently fold into the cream cheese mixture until completely smooth and blended. Fold in Oreo pieces until combined.
- Form the layered cake. Line bottom and up the sides of springform pan with Swiss Roll slices. Spoon filling in the center and spread evenly; top with remaining Swiss Roll slices to cover.
- Freeze. Cover pan with plastic wrap and freeze for 4 hours.
- Serve. To serve, turn pan out onto a cake plate and remove pan and wrap. Slice and be transported to bliss!
Optimal Freeze Time
- To store. This assembled cake will last 2-3 days in the refrigerator.
- Freeze. You can stick it back in the freezer, fully wrapped in plastic wrap and also in foil. It will keep up to 2 months. Thaw in the fridge overnight.
More No-Bake Chocolate Desserts:
- Easy Chocolate Mousse
- Chocolate Mousse Pie
- Frozen Banana Split Bites
- Chocolate Icebox Cake
- Ice Cream Sandwich Cake
- Chocolate Lasagna
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No-Bake Cookies and Cream Swiss Roll Cake
- 2 boxes (13 ounces each) Little Debbie Swiss Roll cakes , unwrapped and cut into 6 slices each
- 8 ounce block cream cheese , softened to room temperature
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1 & 1/2 cups cold heavy whipping cream
- 15 double stuffed Oreos , crumbled into small pieces
- Line a 9-inch springform pan with plastic wrap. Set aside.
- In a large bowl, beat cream cheese and powdered sugar with an electric hand mixer, until smooth and creamy. Set aside.
- Clean off the beaters and in a medium bowl, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form, about 2 minutes. Working with 1/3 of the whipped cream at a time, gently fold into the cream cheese mixture until completely smooth and blended. Fold in Oreo pieces until combined.
- Line bottom and up the sides of springform pan with Swiss Roll slices. Spoon filling in the center and spread evenly; top with remaining Swiss Roll slices to cover. Cover pan with plastic wrap and freeze for 4 hours.
- To serve, turn pan out onto a cake plate and remove pan and wrap. Slice and be transported to bliss!
Reader Questions and Reviews
After cutting, do the left overs go in the freezer or the fridge?
Yes. Because this cake contains dairy, any leftovers will need to be refrigerated.
Amazing!!! I did loose chocolate when I sliced the Debbies but no worry. I used the chocolate scraps to top the cake with powdered sugar. Looks beautiful. And from the spoon tastes of the filling I can’t wait to dig in.
I’m loving this recipe. I made it for a church “birthday” dinner. There are cakes for each month of the year, and mine is December. I added a chocolate ganache over the top , just enough to drip a little over the sides but not cover them, and then added some decor (dipped strawberries) to the top. Thank you. -Laura
I added an extra 1/2 cup of powered sugar and some vanilla. There was There was leftover filling…. oh. my. gosh. If I were that rich I’d be giving Bill Gates a run for his money! TIP, cut your swiss roll cakes very gently, but as mentioned, the chocolate does come off.
Try flossing thread, instead of a knife. (from the button, they crush if cut on top down.
If you think there’s a problem you could always frost it in more whipped cream.
I can’t even with this cake. If given the opportunity, I could eat an entire box of swiss cake rolls. Trevor is a smart kid!
So outrageous and fun :) !
This recipe is so fun!
I love dishes that look like I slaved and/or give the impression I am an culinary genius that are super easy and simple. This falls easily in that category. AND DELICIOUS!
Try cutting the Debbies with flossing thread, it might give you a cleaner cut.
It feels a little wrong that I kind of sort of love this. (Don’t tell the health bloggers…they’ll probably disown me.)
I just showed my husband and he literally told me a date in July to make it because he won’t be worried about his weight.
Made this for my son’s birthday, too! HUGE HIT with kids AND adults!
This was incredible!
I want this so much.
OMG THIS LOOKS INSANE! I love it!
So. Freaking. EPIC!!
I am speechless. Seriously.
I blogged this a few weeks back too! Isn’t it amazing. I made it twice too. The second time I filled it with chocolate mousse! OMG! So good! I used 2 boxes of the Swiss rolls too! We think alike lady!
Oh, no kidding?? I missed that! I shared Kristan’s video on FB – did you see it? It’s her assembling the cake. And Trevor was like “OHMYGOD” – he’s totally my kid. You and I are always in sync!
Can you share a link to the video of her assembling the cake?
Holy Little Debbie Swiss Roll cakes CAKE!!! Wow-za. . this is brilliant! My oldest is turning 8 next month and we were going over (or, she was asking/telling me) what she wanted for her birthday yesterday. . no more princess pink stuff .. she’s “older” now. :(
Haha! Haley is 9 and still into the princesses. Keep wondering when that will end?!
This post really gave me a good laugh first thing in the morning. You have really outdone yourself on this one!! Easy, and scrumptious! Keep’em coming!!!
Every morning should start out with a laugh…and cake. Right?