Ready in 40 minutes
A easy and simple bite sized dessert.
"WOW....Fabulous! I served these at a dinner party and my guests could not get enough. I did add 2 extra tbs of confectioners sugar and used almond extract. After a few times of using a knife to make a hole in the berries, I decided to use the small end of a melon ball scoop and it worked perfectly. Will definately be making again soon."- Msstebby
Top-ranked recipe named "Stuffed Strawberries"
Place cream cheese in a bowl, and microwave for 30 seconds, so that it's soft.
Whip together the cream cheese, vanilla, and sugar.
In the center of each strawberry, using a sharp knife, make a hole in each one, as deep as you can without going out the bottom.
Spoon or pipe the filling into each hole.
Dip cheesecake end of strawberry into chocolate flakes making sure you completely cover the cheesecake filling with chocolate
(another twist is to dip them in melted chocolate/white chocolate and then nuts)
Lay strawberries in a pretty serving dish.
Sprinkle with any leftover chocolate
Chill, and serve.
Iris010972 2 months agoLove it
Hntrjmpr87 3 months agoMy husband always asks me to make these!! Great and with out the mess of the chocolate falling off!!!
Julie180 4 months agoDelicious with Toblerone chocolate!
Suelladp 6 months agoI love these.. Also it's good if u use the cinnamon laughing cow cheese Instead of cream cheese..
lov1234 8 months ago
momyrusnak 10 months agoOmg these r great everyone had them gone and asking for more so make alot
jessicaunderwood 11 month agoI loved these. They came together quickly, though I would serve them the same day, my berries became a bit mushy after a day in the fridge.
CarmelloB143 1 year agoI make these ALL THE TIME. Just make sure you use Philadelphia Cream Cheese (not low fat) or they wont taste right. Sometimes more powdered sugar is needed.
vicki4672 1 year ago
Mel126 1 year ago