Cheesecake Strawberry make in a few minutes!
These cheesecakes are stuffed with sweet cream cheese with strawberry filling and topped with crumbled graham crackers!
If you need a quick and easy bite-sized party dessert, these strawberry fillings are it! You can also try Oreo truffles or crepes.
It’s like a bite-sized strawberry cheesecake!
A few years ago, I saw a version of this recipe on Pinterest and thought it would be the perfect addition to the dessert table at the party I hosted. I made some modifications myself, and the strawberry cheesecake is really popular!
They taste exactly the same as cheesecake with strawberry toppings, but take less time and trouble in the kitchen. That’s why they are the perfect party treat-you can make a few in an instant!
Take some fresh strawberries, make a cheesecake filling, and start making the filling!
Strawberry tips: A fully ripe strawberry should be Red There are no bruises. They should also have a sweet taste. Strawberries will not mature after being picked, so try to look for berries that have few green or white spots.
You will want Medium to large berries This way you can have enough space to add cream.
How to make strawberry cheesecake
Prepare. Rinse all strawberries and let them dry.
Hull. Cut off the stem with a knife, and then cut out the center of the strawberry in a conical shape from the top. (notes: They also made specific strawberry husking kitchen gadgets to do this. )
filling. Stir the cream cheese, powdered sugar, whipped cream and vanilla. Fill the cheesecake with strawberries and refrigerate until ready to eat.
tip: The best way to put the cream in the center of the strawberry is to pipe it in. If you don’t have a plumbing kit, You can use a gallon ziplock bag and cut off a corner.
Whole wheat crackers. Put crumbled graham crackers on top before serving.
Some ways to change these…
- Crush the Oreos and add them to the top instead of graham cracker crumbs
- Once you are stuffed with strawberries, dip the top in milk or white chocolate to secure the cream in the middle
- Add red food coloring to the cream mixture for the perfect pink dessert!
Service and leading skills
You can easily Serve These are placed on a plate or layered tray. I also saw a beautiful bouquet display.
To do this, cut a large foam ball in half. Use toothpicks to fix the berries (cream side up) on the foam ball. You can use other berries, such as raspberries and blueberries, to cover any open areas.
This is great for bridal showers, baby showers, Easter brunch or Valentine’s Day… Really-anytime!
You can prepare these A few hours in advance. Cover the plate tightly with plastic wrap and keep it in a safe place storage In the refrigerator before serving.
In order to prepare in advance, You can mix the cream and put it in a container in the refrigerator. You can also wash, dry and hollow out the strawberries in advance. Keep them in an airtight container until you are ready to fill them with cream.
For more recipes for cheesecake flavors, please try:
Course desserts, snacks
Preparation time 10 minutes
Total time 10 minutes
Calories 90 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 8 ounces cream cheese softened
- 1 1/3 cup powdered sugar
- 2 cups whipped cream
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 20 strawberries
- 1 sleeve crushed graham crackers
Rinse all strawberries and let them dry.
Cut off the stem with a knife, and then cut out the center of the strawberry in a conical shape from the top.
Stir the cream cheese, powdered sugar, whipped cream and vanilla. Pour into a Ziploc bag and cut the tip.
Fill the cheesecake with strawberries and refrigerate until ready to eat. Put crumbled graham crackers on top before serving.