Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Strawberries are a simple patriotic dessert with a sweetened cream cheese filling topped with blueberries.
Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Strawberries are perfect for the 4th of July or any summer potluck or picnic. They make a healthier dessert option and look so festive. Plus they are simple to make.
Just cut fresh strawberries in half. I look for really big ones because then you can really load the cheesecake filling on them. 🙂
There’s no need to hull the strawberries when serving them halved like this which greatly cuts down on prep time.
A simple cheesecake filling is made from cream cheese, sugar, whipped topping, and a little almond extract adds awesome flavor.
Pipe the cheesecake filling on the strawberry halves using a large star tip and then press a few fresh blueberries into the filling of each one for an awesome red, white, and blue treat.
Once made just refrigerate until needed. They are a great make ahead party food.
Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Strawberries make the perfect bite-sized finger food for your Fourth of July Party.
Try These Other Patriotic Treats:
- Red, White, and Blue Jello Salad
- Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Salad
- Brownie Flag
- Firecracker Popcorn
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Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Strawberries
- 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar
- 1 cup whipped topping, thawed
- 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
- 12 large strawberries, cut in half
- 36 blueberries
- Using an electric mixer, beat cream cheese and sugar until smooth. With mixer on LOW, beat in whipped topping and almond extract.
- Place filling in a pastry bag fitted with a large star tip.
- Pipe filling on the cut side of each strawberry.
- Gently press 3 blueberries into the filling on each strawberry.
- Refrigerate until ready to serve.
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Originally posted June 15,2016.
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21 thoughts on “Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake Strawberries”
It was delicious my friends loved it it went real quick so make plenty of these
A light and delicious ending to a big burger patriotic meal. Easy recipe, and loved by everyone. Thank you!
I made these but did not have almond extract. I used raspberry extract instead. It was amazing. I can’t imagine it being any more decadent. Love them!
Oh wow! I’ve never even tried raspberry extract before!
Hardest part is getting the cheesecake cream into the pastry bag.!
Does 1 cup of whipped topping mean one 8 oz tub, or 1 cup measured out?
One cup measured out.
Can I make the cheesecake filling with real whipped cream? I won’t use the frozen whip.
We made these as a dairy-free version today. They turned out great! Maybe your strawberries were bigger than our but we ended up with WAY more of the cream than we needed. We went through 24 straweberries and still had lots leftover. No worries, we’ll end up using the cream for other things, but would probably make a bit less next time. Thanks for the fun and easy recipe!
Glad you enjoyed them Sarah!
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Wow, so simple but so yummy looking.
These are so adorable!! And I bet they taste pretty delicious as well 🙂
These are gorgeous and totally BRILLIANT! What a fun idea for July 4!
cheesecakes are every one’s favourite and its good to know they are easy to make no bake one
These look and sound amazing!! I love cheesecake and the fresh fruit makes it even better! I could eat these all year round 🙂
Love this idea, Christin! Cheesecake is my favourite dessert and I love strawberries, so I know this recipe would be perfect for me. 🙂
Oh these strawberries are so pretty, Christin! Cheesecake strawberries are a favorite of mine, and I love how you sliced them. So perfect for the 4th!
I need to find a couple dishes to bring to a 4th of July party, and these sound like a great option. They’re so cute!
I LOVE these!!! They are so pretty, and so festive for summer BBQs! I love that you sliced the strawberries in half instead of hulling them- so easy!