Top-ranked recipe named "Mini Cheesecake Bites"
A delicious bite size version of a classic dessert that can be made with a variation of toppings to suit anyone! Displayed is Mini Cherry Cheesecake Bites. Easy to make, short bake time, and a great little dessert or snack for those who monitor their portion sizes!
"If you're a cheesecake lover, this recipe belongs on the top of your favorites list! My sister-in-law and husband both loved it, and they're both very specific (ok, picky) when it comes to their food preferences.
One note: the recipe doesn't mention a baking temperature, so I used 15 mins @ 350 degrees. I ended up w/about 3 dozen mini cheesecakes. Yum!"
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Line mini muffin pan with mini muffin cups.
3. Combine graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and melted butter.
4. Add 1 tsp crumb mix to each cup. It's ok to be generous.
5. Firmly press down in cup to pack the crumbs.
6. Combine cream cheese, vanilla, eggs, and sugar. Mix well.
7. Add 1 tb of cream cheese mixture to each cup.
8. Bake 14 minutes at 350 degrees.
9. Top with a dollop of pie filling flavor of your choice.
10. Refrigerate at least one hour prior to serving.
This recipe is to be used in a 24 quantity mini muffin pan.
The key is to make sure you leave just a little space between the filling and the top of the cup to allow for rising and topping. Less mess that way.
fontenot_tiffany_ann 3 months agoTheir amazing! My boyfriend not big on sweets LOVED THEM! ??
yunsinnn 3 months agolove it!!
iBanona 6 months agoI LOVE those cheesecakes, I make them all the time. Very simple and easy recipe, everyone loves them and I get complements about them all the time. One of my all time favorite recipes.
fontenot_tiffany_ann 7 months agoThere so good! Everyone loves them!!! ??
susanscobie 8 months agoThese were a huge hit at a Valentine's Day party. I used fresh fruit and made a little topping. Added orange essence and zest to the batter for the orange flavor option. It was fantastic!
aleah-barnes101 8 months agoIm going to try these :)
kellielliottkennedy 8 months agoI made a version of this for a cocktail party and they were a huge hit. Keep in mind not to overwhip the cream cheese, eggs and sugar or the tops will split from too much air in batter.
sonia102588 10 months agoThese taste great, I used fresh fruit though.
bestcelticsfan 10 months agoVery good. I'd make these again
cherylreads 10 months agoEasiest cheesecake ever! I baked mine in little glass ramekins and swirled some melted milk chocolate in them. Yum!