These strawberries were almost too pretty to eat, but somehow my guests and I managed to gobble them up! I am anxious to try the many other options listed. They were a hit at my dinner party and I will definitely serve them again.
this recipe is great. took them to a bride and groom party using graham cracker crumbs on the open tops and dipping the rest in white and milk chocolate making them into tuxes and bride dresses. The groom was diabetic and it was easy to make these using splenda and use sugar free dark chocolate bars melted down for the tuxes. And being carb friendly didn't hurt either for the bride and bridesmaids haha. Great tasting recipe for any occassion they all loved it.
These are great. I'm diabetic so I use 1/2 teaspoon of cornstarch and 3 tablespoons of Splenda instead of confectioners sugar. I also like drizzling these with white chocolate. Thanks for posting this recipe.
I can't believe I never rated this yet, I'm sorry Linda... I have made these many times, they are the best and your recipes rock!
Must Say, While making these I didn't think they would be very good because they were SOOO easy. I took them for thanksgiving last year and everyone LOVED them, didn't have one left! Thanks for posting
These were a big hit and pretty easy to make but I think next time I might just bake a regular cheesecake and then fill with that.
going to try peanut/almond mix next time. Thanks!
These were really delicious. I also used blackberries and raspberries. Instead of the almonds I crushed some mini M&Ms.
I had to add a lot more powder sugar to make the filling taste like more than just cream cheese. It was pretty tasty, but I think I'll stick to my cream cheese/marshmallow cream mixture that I think is tastier. Thanks for posting!
I have been making these for years, my husband requests them often. I make them with mascarpone cheese, as I find the flavour creamier. Also, I use more confectioners sugar, but no nuts. Cutting a little off the bottom of the strawberry makes them easier to fill and plate.