By Vino Girl on July 31, 2006
Photo by DuChick
Photo by DuChick
"Cute little dessert or appetizer from Shape magazine (August 2006)."
Serving Size: 1 (94 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"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!"
"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"
"Easy, tasty and impressive. Thank-you for this recipe. I'll be making these a lot in the future."
"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."
"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!"
"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!"
"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!!"
"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!"
"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!"
"Very delicious and impressive little desert to serve. Easy to prepare."
"I made this for a baby shower. it was a big hit. next time I make it ,I am planning to stir back in the strawberry I had cut out."
"It seemed almost impossible to "make a hole" in the center of each strawberry with a knife so I ended up using the smaller end of a melon baller (which was a real task too) and hoped it would turn out since the recipe didn't state how small or large the hole should be (for best results). I guess the holes were too big because I ran out of the filling and ended up making another batch. However they tasted great; everyone at the Tupperware rally loved them! kburie, Thanks for the great recipe! Any tips on hollowing out the strawberries for next time? -Mabe227"
"these were AWESOME. I took them to a church get together and they disappeared...everyone loved them!"
"Sorry I didn't rate this sooner, I have had my 13 yo daughter make these twice this week once for company over and once to take to a party. They are easy and delicious and everyone gobbles them up! Thanks for a great recipe Kburie!!!"