Kadijah James Recipe

No Bake Cheese Cake Stuffed Strawberries

By Kadijah James Kadijah_James


Rating:
Serves:
8-10 people Depending on how many berries you stuff.
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Refrigerate/Freeze
Comments:

I always aim for quick meals and desserts when I create things. This is a Grand Slam. My Family love these. It's a must bring to every summer time BBQ.

Ingredients

1 pkg
fresh strawberries 16 oz
1 Large pkg
( 8 oz) extra creamy whipped cream, unsweetened ( cool whip or store brand)
1 pkg
cream cheese ( soften) 8.oz
1 1/2 tsp
vanilla extract
1 pkg
jello pudding (cheesecake flavor) 3.4 oz package
1 gal
freezer bag
SUBSTITUTE INGREDIENTS
1 pkg
no bake cheesecake ( jello brand or any other brands)
1 pkg
white chocolate jello pudding mix ( in place of the cheese cake mix ( any brand) )

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Prep. Take your package of fresh strawberries wash them. Slice an X into the top of the strawberry. Set them aside to dry. After about 2-3 min chill in the fridge
2
Take the whipped cream ( cool whip extra creamy or any local store brand will do) and the 1 package of pudding and fold them together until well blended. Slowly add the 1 package of soften cream cheese to the mix. Then add the 1 1/2 tea spoons of vanilla extract to the filling. after the filling is well mixed remove from bowl place in a 1 gallon Freezer bag (Ziploc) and chill for 30-35 min.
3
Remove from fridge and snip one end of the freezer bag (you will use the freezer bag as a piping bag) Remove the strawberries from the fridge. Squeeze a nice amount of filling into the X you cut into the strawberry and voila. Plate and ENJOY!!!!

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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47 Comments

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Alice Kontos mustangallie
May 1, 2015
Great recipe. Always a hit when I make these for a family get together or just any time. They are yummy!
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Elsie Montgomery curleylc
Mar 25, 2014
Question. One large packet of extra heavy whipping cream -- not sure about this. Is it a dry packet and if so where do you find in grocery store? Or is it a Pint/Quart of extra heavy whipping cream? Thanks.
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R S BirdieGal
Sep 23, 2013
Yeah, you have to be careful when hulling the berries and the squeeze can be tricky! It worked well for me. The last time I made them my daughter decided to put a small mint leaf (from the garden) on the top of the cream, held on by a chocolate chip!
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Kadijah James Kadijah_James
Sep 23, 2013
@R S That's a good idea I tried it but after I did a few I realized I was taking out some of the fruit. I didn't want to do that so that's why I converted back to the X idea. It's all in the squeeze. ( you have to squeeze the filling filled pouch gently so as not to over fill the berry)
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Kadijah James Kadijah_James
Sep 23, 2013
At Karina Rlos. I am so sorry it took me all summer to respond. But I sometimes use my google app on my phone or on my computer to help with measurement converting. I hope this helps you.