Strawberry Cloud Dessert is an easy no-bake summer dessert that is light and fresh and as fluffly as a cloud.
I love fruity desserts in the summertime. Hot weather has me shying away from rich, heavy chocolate desserts (gasp–I know!) and craving light and fresh treats instead. Do you feel the same way?
This Strawberry Cloud Dessert is named appropriately… it’s so fluffy and light that it really is like eating a cloud. The strawberries add a bit of tart brightness and the chocolate graham cracker crust is the perfect base to the fluffy marshmallow and cream layer. YUM! It really is so good and so easy to make too!
Enjoy this short, fun video showing how easily this yummy dessert comes together.
Strawberry Cloud Dessert
- 2 cups chocolate graham crackers 16 full crackers
- 1/2 cup butter melted
- 1 16 oz. package large marshmallows
- 1 3/4 cups milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 16 ounces fresh strawberries chopped
- 1 8 oz. carton whipped topping thawed
- In a food processor, crush graham crackers into crumbs. Add butter and press into a 9×13 baking dish.
- In a large saucepan, add marshmallows and milk. Cook on medium heat until melted evenly together. Cool mixture.
- Once the mixture is cooled, whisk in vanilla. Fold in strawberries and whipped topping.
- Spread topping over crust. Refrigerate 2-3 hours, or until topping is set. Cut into slices and serve cold. Store leftovers in the fridge.
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Comments & Reviews
What would be the equivilent (sp?) of the whipped topping in the UK?
You could whip your own heavy cream.
Hi. I hope you’re still checking this and have time to reply. In step 2, you write, “Cool mixture.” Do you mean to cook completely to room temperature? Cool in the refrigerator? Or just give it a few minutes off the burner?
Thank you for your help!
Cool to room temperature.
I have a recipe from your blog called Chocolate Mug Cake Di you still have it on the blog?Thanks.
Yes! There’s a search tool at the top of my blog page. Type in “Chocolate mug cake” and the recipe will pull right up.
Would these measurements fit a store bought graham cracker crust?
You may have a bit extra unless you buy one of the deeper store-bought crusts.
Can you make this a day ahead?
How many does this serve?
Depends on how you slice it, but I’d cut it into 12 pieces.
Andre Saikali says
Can I use skimmed milk for the strawberry cloud?
Yes, I think that would work fine.
Brittany Passmore says
can I make this in cupcake form
Yes, I think that would work, although the finished dessert is not super firm so the cupcakes may fall apart.
I’m drooling, this looks so yummy! Can’t wait for strawberry season!
Tammy Austin says
On the milk is that 1 and 3/4 cup or 3/4 cup
1 and 3/4 cups.
Jennifer Finkle says
Can you add other fruits with the strawberries like pineapple or blueberries?
Does this set firm?
Pretty firm, although it is very fluffy so it’s not as firm as cheesecake.
Sherry Wright says
Have you experimented using marshmallow fluff instead of regular marshmallows?
I haven’t. It works so well as is that I’ve never felt the need to experiment.