Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries

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You’ll love these guilt-free little cheesecake stuffed strawberries. So easy and perfect for spring or summer parties!

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Not sure where I took a left turn, but cheesecake is my new obsession – I love it! Maybe it’s just one of those things that continues to prove “tastes change.” Or maybe it’s because my husband hates it and I never bother making a big ol’ cheesecake for one.

Where has this stuff been all my life?!

Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries – Guilt-free cheesecake stuffed strawberries! Perfect for snacking and parties! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Still, these are just little bites – barely enough to fully rediscover a cheesecake love. But, trust me, if you’ve got a craving (and a lil’ devil on your shoulder reminding you of that two-piece), these are IT. They totally satisfy at only 60 calories apiece, and will make party guests swoon…

Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries – Guilt-free cheesecake stuffed strawberries! Perfect for snacking and parties! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Sprinkle on some graham cracker crumbs, arrange them all pretty, and watch ‘em fly off the platter!

True story: Hubby may hate cheesecake, but I actually had a problem getting these out the door and over to a girls’ night. The man wouldn’t keep his greedy paws off these pretty little thangs!

Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries – Guilt-free cheesecake stuffed strawberries! Perfect for snacking and parties! | thecomfortofcooking.com

These cute, colorful bites are incredibly easy and perfect for any spring or summer party. Just mix together cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Hull a whole carton of strawberries, pipe in the cream cheese mixture (or just spoon it in if you’re tight on time), and pop them in the fridge ‘til party time!


Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries

Servings 16 to 20 stuffed strawberries

Ingredients

  • 1 lb. fresh strawberries rinsed and pat dry
  • 8 oz. cream cheese softened
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Graham cracker crumbs optional

Instructions

  • With a paring knife, cut off the strawberry stems. Cut around the inside of the strawberry, hollowing out slightly and creating a well for the cheesecake. (You can also do this with a small melon baller). Cut off a small portion of the pointy strawberry tip, so that each strawberry can stand. Place each on a large baking sheet.
  • In a medium bowl, with a standing or handheld electric mixer, beat cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla until fluffy, about 2 minutes on medium speed. Place mixture in a pastry bag and pipe into each strawberry, adding a little extra to the top. Refrigerate until thoroughly chilled.
  • Optionally, sprinkle graham cracker crumbs on top of each stuffed strawberry.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. I just made strawberry cheesecake bars today, but how cute are these! You can never go wrong with these flavors :).

  2. I’ve always been a cheesecake lover and these are practically killing me right now. I absolutely have to try them!

  3. These are beautiful and a perfect treat for Mother’s Day, a luncheon or shower. What size tip did you use? Thanks for sharing.

  4. Thanks Vicki! I used a Wilton 2D.

  5. How beautiful! I cannot wait to go pick strawberries. I am adding this to my list of things to make with them!

  6. These look like a total delight!!

  7. Such a SIMPLE, yet tasty fresh little treat Georgia! I could do major damage to a plate of these. I’d eat more than I’d like to admit. I love anything and anything cheesecake. :)

  8. What a perfect treat to bring to a spring party! Love these little bites!

  9. These are so fun, so pretty and SO delicious looking, YUM!

  10. These look absolutely scrumptious! I am sure if I made these I would eat ALL of them. Happy Friday!!
    xx. McKenna Lou
    http://www.lynnandlou.com

  11. I love this idea, they look and sound absolutely gorgeous! Your photos are so pretty!

  12. What a pretty platter these make! I am excited to have this piped cheese cake filling recipe. The more strawberries and the more cheese cake, the happier I am.

  13. Wow so simple and so luxurious. I am sure this were gone in no time :-) I love the pop and contrast of colors!!

  14. I just made mascarpone stuffed strawberries the other day and these ones look so much better than mine!! I just want to reach through the screen.

  15. I have a feeling I could eat the whole plate full of those beauties. They look pretty and delicious!

  16. Man oh man! I’m a cheesecake fanatic, and I love strawberries so this here is my heaven. I’m sure I’ll eat every last one of these until they’re all gone!

  17. These strawberries look so cute! I was looking for a recipe with strawberries yesterday, because my husband bought quite a few, and this one looks great!

  18. They look so good! Your piping work filling them is so neat and perfectly precise…so impressive!

  19. A whole dish would not be enough :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  20. I’ve always wanted to make these! I just bookmarked this recipe for a bachelorette party I’m throwing… GAH! You’re a life saver! Thanks Georgia!

  21. Be still my heart! These are stunning Georgia! it’s amazing how something so simple can elicit swooning.

  22. Amazing! My two favorite things in the world, cheesecake and strawberries!

  23. cheesecake-stuffed strawberries. chocolate-dipped strawberries. i love all these kinds of quick fixes!
    great pictures, by the way… :)

  24. Cheesecake should be my new obsession too! Especially if it looks as lovely as these strawberries! Thank you for sharing. I wish we could share a few of these together. It was so good to see you in Austin though!!

  25. These look absolutely perfect!

  26. This strawberries filled with cream cheese are just so pretty and elegant…I love the pictures!
    Enjoy your weekend Georgia :)

  27. Simply stunning, Georgia! And as tasty as beautiful…I”m just certain!

  28. What a great idea Georgia and so pretty! Love the idea of serving these for guests or for satisfying a strawberry cheesecake craving.

  29. Wha-wha-whattt?! I friggin love these!

  30. I’ve made these too but they started falling over so I now dip the bottoms in chocolate and set on baking paper and they get a little stand. Yours don’t seem to fall over at all. They’re beautiful!

  31. I love cheesecakes AND mini bite sized desserts! This is such a great idea, and so pretty too!

  32. Shut the front door!!! I need these delish morsels!!!

  33. Georgia,

    These look really fantastic, I am going to make them for my wife to take to her Book Club tonight. Your site is really well done and your writing is done with care and is as entertaining as it is informative.

    Thanks!

  34. Hi Jeremy – Thank you so much for your kind comment. How funny that you mentioned your wife will take these to a book club. That’s what I made them for! Glad you enjoy what you’ve found here and hope you come back soon. :)

  35. What a fabulous idea! They look so gorgeous. They would be ideal for Valentine’s Day. I love your photography too.

  36. These are too adorable. This is one dessert that I wouldn’t feel too guilty about, except that I’d probably eat twelve!

  37. I have made these before but use 2 tsp. of reconstituted lemon juice instead of vanilla flavoring. Give a bit of twang to the cheese. Actually prefer the lemon juice. Can’t wait to do the cucumber cups.

  38. Oh, so pretty! And, perfect for spring and summer gatherings!

  39. Grandmaof15Cindy says:

    I will try this recipe next I couldn’t remember how to make the cheese cake; i mixed up whipping cream to almost whipped and a small amount of powered sugar and then added a package of cream cheese and some orange flavoring. It turned out pretty good, was trying to go from memory and sometimes it doesn’t work all that well. Thank you for this recipe. Will try again this weekend. I have great testers; three grand children.

  40. My girlfriend saw these on her visit to California and had to make them for me. I helped with mixing the cheese and sugar but the results were even better. I kept eating them as we prepped them before putting them in the refrigerator. Lol. What a tasteful treat. Everyone needs to try this simple but tasty delight.

  41. Michele Poland says:

    I made these and they were a BIG hit. They were very quick and easy too. I was also able to use 2 lbs. of strawberries and these same amount of filling.

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  43. Hi LishyLou – Your comment absolutely made my day! Thank you SO much for your kind words. So nice of you to stop by and take the time! :)

  44. Nilsa Torres says:

    I love cheesecake, and strawberries too! This is a dessert for Super Bowl 2014..

  45. I want to make these for valentines day! Can I make these a day before? How long do they stay good for in the fridge?

  46. I’d suggest making these the same day you’ll eat them, but they will stay fresh in the fridge overnight.

  47. These look so pretty for Valentine’s Day!!

  48. meandjason0209 says:

    I love these. I have made these for cgurch,school parties and 2 batches for home. All in one week. This is so addicting.and not on my diet. But ohh well.

  49. Perfect! I made these tonight and they are perfect! My picky kids loved them and so did I. I don’t consider myself crafty and yet even I callus make this look fancy.

  50. Tara Heine says:

    What piping tip # did you use?

  51. I used a Wilton 2D.

  52. Beautiful in color.
    I guess they taste awesome!
    Thank you.

  53. I have a question …. How do you get them to stand on end so nicely without falling over.

  54. You cut off a small portion of the pointy strawberry tip, so that each strawberry can stand.

  55. Kristin Drake says:

    These look delicious and I cannot wait to try!!! I was wondering though, if I could do a cooked cheesecake? I want to use my dutchoven (for a family contest requirement). Would I be able to stuff the strawberries after it cools?

  56. I’m not sure how you would stuff these strawberries with a cooked cheesecake, but could try! I can guarantee this method is much easier though. :)

  57. Jennifer says:

    These look so beautiful and simple. I can’t wait to bring them to my monthly team lunch. They are going to be a huge hit!!!!!

  58. Use a large size straw and push it up from the tip of the strawberry through to the top. This will remove the white core and then you can hollow the top out a little more with a paring knife. It is quick and easy and make clean up easy.

  59. I made these yesterday for our July 4th (on the 5th) party. If they were out for 5 minutes I would be surprised. They were a HUGE hit! So much so I have been asked to make them for an event that I have coming up.

  60. I was lazy about it so I made a dip instead of filling the berries, and dipped them in it… so yummy.

  61. Cathy Detwiler says:

    I was thinking that these would also be good, just smaller, if you used raspberries. No need to hollow out, they already come that way.

  62. My sister made these for my baby shower and they were amazing and very refreshing! They didn’t last long either!!!

  63. Diane Blackney says:

    I’m diabetic. Can I use stevia instead of powdered sugar? Or do you have any other ideas?

  64. Stevia won’t give the same fluffy texture to the “cheesecake” mixture. But, you can certainly try it!

  65. Thanks a lot for this recipe!! Being a newbie, I had leftover cream cheese from a failed chocolate cheese cake attempt and has been wondering how to use them, and also some extra strawberries. Google search and this comes up.

    Tasty and really fast and easy to make. I tried to whipped it manually as I don’t have any equipment, and no piping too… So it looks … Umm… Like a blob on mess on strawberry, but that doesn’t stop us from popping it into our mouths). My husband likes it too :)

    I think I’m going try getting a “wilton 2d” and made some when I have guests hehehe!!! Thanks again for sharing!

  66. My family loves it when I find new recipes. This one will definitly be a great dessert for our Christmas dessert table. I just hope I will have enough time. I always make over 2,000 different types of cookies and desserts. I enjoy Taking them to our Elders in our neighborhood, Churches and Homeless Shelters. Thank You and Happy Holidays.

  67. Yummy from Bragg

  68. WOW – im blown away with your website – such delicious food ideas…. ive saved a lot of your recipes – thank you!

  69. Dottie Jean says:

    Yum! They look divine. I’m going to make them for my Son & Granddaughter so they can give them to my Daughter in Law Mother’s Day Morning. It’s going to be her first Mother’s Day. How exciting :) Thanks so much for sharing your recipe, it’s exactly what my daughter in law wanted.
    Dottie H.
    xoxo

  70. Hi there,
    I know this is a bit of an older post but just came across these and they look delish!
    Im looking at making these for a work birthday. Could I prep the strawberries and pre make the filling in the morning and then assemble a bit later?
    Thanks!

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