No bake peach lasagna is sweet, tangy, and packed with protein – it’s the perfect summer dessert. All you need is graham crackers, greek yogurt, and fresh peaches!

Although there are no noodles in this no bake peach “lasagna,” trust me when I say this recipe will blow your mind.

With 3 ingredients, it’s incredibly easy to make. Plus, it stores so well and is made to serve chilled.

Peaches and cream are a flavor combo made from heaven. Save this recipe for your next summer party and impress your friends with your sweet lasagna-inspired dish.

If you love no bake dessert recipes, you’ll love my No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake.

What can you do with an excess of peaches?

Layered peach lasagna sitting on a small plate, topped with whipped cream and nuts.

Peach season has arrived, and let me tell you…

It is my favorite time of the year!

May through September is the best time to buy peaches because they’re extra sweet and juicy.

But, sometimes I go a little crazy and realize I have enough to feed a whole army.

Peach lasagna is a great way to fill an entire pan and share it with your friends or family.

My Air Fryer Peaches recipe is also a delicious way to use up your extra fruit – get the grilled peach flavor in less than 10 minutes without having to warm up the entire barbecue.

Additionally, peaches are perfect to freeze! They add sweetness and tang to any smoothie bowl.

But honestly, you’ll find me enjoying one right over the kitchen sink most days – optimal consumption for minimal clean-up!

Can you eat peach skin?


Peaches can be enjoyed raw, baked, or cooked – they are such a versatile fruit.

Peach skin carries most of the fiber within the fruit, which optimizes their digestion.

The skin also contains more polyphenols than the fruit itself, which helps manage blood pressure, promotes good circulation, and can help with chronic inflammation.

I also think the skin tastes really yummy. Just make sure to wash the outside well if you’re not buying organic!

Learn more about the benefits of peach skin here.

Is no bake peaches lasagna healthy?

Layered peach lasagna sitting on a small plate, topped with whipped cream and nuts.

I’d say no bake peach lasagna is a great healthier alternative to other traditional dessert recipes!


Just one peach makes up over a tenth of your vitamin C needs for the day!

Peaches have also been linked to overall eye health, digestion, and bone health.

Learn more about the health benefits of peaches here.

Greek yogurt

Depending on the Greek yogurt, this recipe can easily have up to 30 grams of protein, which helps keep you feel fuller for longer and reduces blood sugar spikes.

Not only is it a great source of protein, but it is also filled with probiotics, which increase bacterial diversity and promote better gut health.

Mixed with some maple syrup, I think Greek yogurt is such a tasty treat!

Learn more about the benefits of Greek yogurt here.

Graham Crackers

Graham crackers are perfectly healthy when enjoyed in moderation! Pairing them with high protein and high fiber options like Greek yogurt and fruit helps slow the spike of blood sugar and insulin.

I think dessert recipes are incomplete without some source of fast-digesting carbs – they help hit that sweet tooth craving and provide you with needed energy for the rest of your day.

Ingredients for peach lasagna

The best part about this recipe is that it requires minimal ingredients!

Graham crackers


Maple syrup, optional


Lemon, juice

Cinnamon, optional

How to make peach lasagna

The left image shows graham crackers and yogurt mixture being layered in the baking dish. On top of those layers, in the right image shows sliced peaches being layered on top.
The left image shows a layer of the yogurt mixture on top of the peach and graham layers. The right image shows a layer of peaches and topped with almonds

Begin by layering the lasagna on an 8×8 baking dish:  start with the sheets of graham crackers, then Greek yogurt (I used plain mixed with maple syrup) and add the fresh peaches.

Sprinkle cinnamon and lemon juice in between.

Serve with some vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream!


How to serve peach lasagna

Peach lasagna slice is being scooped out of the baking dish after it has chilled in the refridgerator

Peach lasagna tastes best chilled. After a few hours, the Greek yogurt and maple syrup seep into the graham crackers and give them a soft, almost cake-like texture.

After chilling, top with shaved almonds, more yogurt, ice cream, whipped cream, granola, or maple syrup – there are so many ways to enjoy peach lasagna, you can alter it for breakfast or dessert.

How to store peach lasagna

Store the peach lasagna in an air-tight container in your fridge for an additional 3-4 days.

This type of recipe tastes even better the next day!

What other no bake recipes would you like to see? Leave a comment below!


A plate has a slice of the flavor packed peach lasagna. It is topped with whipped cream and sliced almonds.

Other no bake recipes you might like:

No Bake Brownie Bites

No Bake Cinnamon Roll Cookies

No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies

A slice of peach lasagna is on a plate and topped with nuts and a whipped topping. A fork has cut a bite out of it.

Get the recipe:No Bake Peach Lasagna

No bake peach lasagna is the ideal sweet n' tangy, protein-packed summer dessert. All you need is graham crackers, yogurt, and fresh peaches!
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  • About 10 – 12 sheets of graham crackers
  • 1 1/2 cup yogurt of your choice
  • 1/3 cup Maple syrup, optional, if using plain yogurt
  • 3 – 4 peaches cored and thin sliced
  • Half a lemon juiced, divided
  • Sprinkles of cinnamon, optional


  • 1. In an 8×8 baking sheet alternate graham crackers, greek yogurt with maple syrup, and peaches.
  • 2. Sprinkle lemon and cinnamon in between.
  • 3. Chill in the fridge and top with whipped cream, ice cream, granola, or your favorite fixings.
Serving: 1g, Calories: 157kcal, Carbohydrates: 31g, Protein: 4g, Fat: 3g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Cholesterol: 2mg, Sodium: 108mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 15g

The Nutrition Facts above are specific to the ingredients I chose to use for this recipe, which may vary.