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Oh yeah! 5* for sure. My son loved these. I made a few changes out of necessity. I only had 1 1/2 bricks of cream cheese so I put in 1/2 C of 1% cottage cheese and reduced the sugar to 3/4 C. I had to cook about 5 minutes longer but that is probably because my filling was a bit thinner. Topped with cherry pie filling. Thx for posting this easy recipe.

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mums the word November 12, 2008

Found this recipe in TOH years ago and have been making them every since. My family and friends love these. I used to make them for my kids on George Washington's Birthday with Cherry Pie Filling for fun.

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Baby Chevelle June 04, 2008

These are WONDERFUL snacks. I put blueberry pie filling on top and it was absolutely indulging. They make great desserts for a small party, which is a success!

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lovebluescat March 19, 2008

I made these after I saw Paula make them on her show. I used the mini-muffin pans and they still worked out great! They're so easy, yet so tasty.

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2bizzy February 15, 2008

These are a real treat! Super pretty and ridiculously easy. I served on a cake stand along with 'whatever floats your boat' brownies and some clusters of grapes. It looked fabulous and tasted even better, go Paula!!!

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Mrs.jami January 27, 2008

I made these to take to the annual family Thanksgiving get-together, as an alternative to the usual Pumpkin pie. They were delicious and a huge hit. I have never made cheesecake before, but this recipe was so easy to make. I used cherry and blueberry pie fillings for the toppings. This definitely falls into the "keeper" category!

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AndreaVT96 November 26, 2007

OMG! These tasted just like baby cheesecakes. Everyone loved them! Although.. I forgot half of my audience were diabetics (oops) next time I think I'll try Splenda instead of sugar.

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Teddy's Mommy October 29, 2007

My wife and I made these. She had 4 of them eaten before they even cooled. We use the blueberry pie filling.

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589575 September 16, 2007

Yumm-o! I served these for a baby shower that I threw and there weren't any left over! I doubled the recipe and I made 1/2 blueberry and 1/2 peach. They had a very nice presentation and couldn't be any easier to make. Thanks for posting!! :)

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mydesigirl August 12, 2007

I love these tarts!!! I'm also a fan of Paula Deen and made this when I first saw it on FoodNetwork. Everyone always asks for the recipe, and it's so simple! It's great for parties or potlucks. Try using the new silpat cupcake liners (lightly spray the liners?). Besides that it is a little difficult to get the cream cheese tarts out of the paper liners, who cares, it still looks great topped with pie filling and yummy ofcourse!

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JMigs;0) February 20, 2007
Cream Cheese Tarts (Paula Deen)