Friday, April 4, 2014

Strawberry Cheesecake Trifles

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 Strawberries are without a doubt one of my favorite fruits.  I am so happy we have them available almost all year round.  I am also a big fan of the no bake cheesecakes and trifles. So when I put them all together in one little mini dessert it was heavenly.  I made a whole bunch of these and my husband and kids devoured them in a couple of days then asked me for a week if we had more of them.  I think that was their way of hinting to me to make more of them.  Of course I could make them since they are super easy. This light little dessert shot is a perfect way to end a meal without overdoing it on sugar.  


Ingredients:
2 bricks (8oz) soften cream cheese
2/3 cup up to 1 cup of sugar ** (or splenda for low carb)
1 tub whipped topping
Fresh strawberries chopped as needed
1 cup crushed graham crackers
1 Tbs melted butter

Note:  Add sugar to taste.  I like things less sweet, but so I only add 2/3 cup. 

Directions:
Blend softened cream cheese with sugar using an electric mixture until smooth.  Then fold in the whipped topping.    In a separate bowl mix graham cracker crumbs with melted butter and set aside.  To assemble the mini trifles fill cheesecake filling into a pastry bag or zip-top bag so you can

To assemble trifles place a teaspoon of graham cracker mixture at the bottom.  then pipe some cheesecake mixture. Next add chopped fresh strawberries and more cheesecake filling.  Sprinkle a dusting of graham crackers on top to garnish.  Chill and serve. Makes about a 10-12 mini trifles depending on the size of your glasses and how much you fill them)  Enjoy. 


 

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9 comments:

  1. I have strawberries and I have cream cheese. I can SO make these for Hubby and Dudette. It'll be perfect since he's bringing her back home today!

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  2. Oh my! Am altogether in love with it!
    Great colours and simply superb pictures..YUM!!

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  3. Ramona these are so pretty! Oh man I wish I had some kind of fancy party just so I can make these and set them up on a gorgeous dessert table. And then eat them all myself. ;)

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  4. What a great little dessert when that sweet tooth kicks in after supper. Love it and it's so pretty!

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  5. I'm looking forward to strawberry season around here and will surely make these. The fam will love them!

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  6. Such a wonderful trifle my friend, full of delicious cheesecake tastiness :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  7. Pretty easy to whip up....and, yet, looks so fancy!

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  8. These cups are so cute. I have been eating berries non-stop lately to will Spring to come faster. Up next - your strawberry cheesecake trifles!

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  9. Your pictures are so pretty that I can taste these trifles right now! I love how easy this recipe looks--something that can be put together in no time; perfect!

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