14 Reviews

Fabulous little treats! I used a narrow potato/veggie peeler to hollow out the strawberries and then piped the filling in using a zip-top bag. Both of these tricks helped to make the job easier. It still took a bit of time, but the ooh and ahh results were worth every minute. I made these for a school retirement party and every berry was spoken for. Thanks Vino Girl!

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DuChick June 09, 2009

These are so wonderful:) great for summertime as they are so much lighter than regular cheesecake and finger food too:)great for any occasion, always well received:) thanks-PeggyLynn

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Peggy Lynn April 18, 2011

Easy, tasty and impressive. Thank-you for this recipe. I'll be making these a lot in the future.

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piseag April 17, 2011

They were e fantastic! I made them for mothers day and got rave reviews! Made no changes to the recipe and it was perfect as is.

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Robin.Carney May 10, 2009

Amazing :) they were cute & easy, i was very proud of them! I added milk chocolate chips to the top of some of them and refrigerated them in egg cartons so they stood upright. Thanks a lot, i won't forget this recipe!

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cass and sam April 21, 2009

These were great! Took a little bit of prep to cut the strawberries, but worth it. I made these for a book club, and they were a HUGE hit. Thanks for posting!

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Cookalicious March 28, 2009

These were great! They are very easy to make and taste oh so delicious. I put the filling into a zip lock bag and snipped one of the corners to pipe the filling into the strawberries and it worked great. I really enjoyed these, and know that I will make these many many more times! Thanks for sharing!!

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Shelby Jo August 28, 2008

Wow! Way more addicting than I would have thought! I added a bit of shaved semisweet chocolate into my mixture and used a star tip on my pastry bag to fill the strawberries for a pretty look. To slice the stem off, I simply put my knife in at about a 45 degree angle, sliced around and that left a nice hole, I did also used my 1/8 tsp to widen it a bit. I made a double batch and I think it turned out beautifully!

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MinnMomof2 June 26, 2008

I was looking for something to make for Easter dinner at my boyfriend's family's house, so I needed something that would travel well and please the guests. These were so easy and were such a hit! I made about fifty strawberries for fifteen people and there was only one left at the end of the evening - which I ate =). Everyone complimented me on them and I will definitely be making them again many many times! I found the easiest way to make the holes in the berries was with a very small paring knife. I also used a piping bag to fill the berries, which required using an electric mixer for the cream cheese mixture. I can't wait to try this recipe with other fruits like peach halves. Thanks for the great recipe!

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SkinsFan April 02, 2008

Very delicious and impressive little desert to serve. Easy to prepare.

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kelnoegut March 30, 2008
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