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Quick and Easy Cream Cheese Pie

This dessert is a favorite in our family-- we use it for family reunion's, party's, and all our "get togethers". My mom taught me how to make it-- I'm not sure where she got it from though.

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  • Set the 2- 8 oz packages of cream cheese in a microwave safe container and place in the microwave to soften.
  • At 30-second intervals, check and stir the cream cheese until it is like a soft butter consistency, not melted.
  • Combine cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, and lemon juice in a bowl and blend until smooth.
  • While blending, gradually add cream of tartar to mixture until mixture is stiff.
  • Pour mixture into the prepared Oreo cookie pie crusts.
  • Pour the cherry pie filling over the mixture (1- 16oz can of pie filling per pie).
  • These pies are ready to eat immediately after preparation; however, if desired, you can place the pies in the fridge over night to chill.
  • This dessert is also pretty tasty when it's frozen.
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  1. GuitarPlayinDude
    Excellent!! Definately a hit at our house! I was looking for an easy dessert to make, and this was both easy and tasty. The only thing I did different was to leave the cream cheese sitting out on the counter to get to room temperature instead of microwaving it. It worked great!
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  2. Cas Blakey
    This dessert is a favorite in our family-- we use it for family reunion's, party's, and all our "get togethers". My mom taught me how to make it-- I'm not sure where she got it from though.
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