AWESOME! I added some cocoa powder to the cream cheese mixture to make it chocolate, just because I was in the mood, but followed the recipe otherwise, dipping it in the optional chocolate and decorating them w/ white chocolate drizzle and sprinkles. Of course I couldn’t wait for dessert tonight to try them, so I tried one now and they are really, REALLY good! My strawberries were pretty small and not the best, but they still turned out great! Can’t wait to make these w/ better ones.
For many people around the globe, Christmas would be their favorite time of the year. It is the best time to be happy and merry. It is the season filled with love and glory. It is definitely the best time of the year to give thanks for each of the blessings you have received for the entirety of the year.
Christmas is a time of year when most people are looking forward to being able to take a break from their busy lifestyles to spend time with their friends, family and guests. It’s usually a joyous time of sharing and celebrating with various festivities and feasts to attend or host. Many people enjoy creating their favorite assortment of Christmas desserts and treats for the coming festive season
Many desserts combine bright colors and irresistible flavors to help celebrate and welcome the festive season. I hope this selection of desserts helps to inspire you to create your own special festive season desserts.
Many people’s memories of pasts Christmases include the delightful and unforgettable Christmas desserts that they shared with others. These shared meals and desserts helped to make Christmas such a happy time of sharing and togetherness. Many children eagerly look forward to indulging in the sweet delights as the festive season approaches.
Christmas also showcases the best of the best meals and recipes passionately prepared just for the occasion. It is always a feast every Christmas and what is a feast without a sweet delightful desert!
These were excellent! I had extra cream cheese icing and used it on slices of bananas then covered them in the left over melted chocolate (used Ghirardelli 60% cacao bittersweet chocolate chips – yummy!). I omitted the oil just because it’s an extra step and an unnecessary ingredient (it’s for a nice shine on the chocolate). I did not use graham crackers because I didn’t have any on hand, but I’m sure that would make it delicious as well! Just because someone suggested it, and I had them on hand from another recipe, I put mint leaves on top to add to the glamour of this dessert and a nice pop of color. Thanks for the delicious, quick and elegant recipe!
Ok. I made this a little easier for myself, but this turned out so good, I have to share it for other busy ladies like me. I took 15 mini pre-made phyllo cups(rather than cutting into strawberries) and filled them with a small tablespoon sized scoop(I use it for cookie dough)of the cream cheese filling (rather than piping it). I then halved strawberries and placed a half on each cheesecake bite. Lastly, I sprinkled mini chocolate chips over them (rather than making a chocolate drizzle). This was pretty, yummy, and fast. My husband and toddler ate the entire batch!