These Deliciously Creamy No-bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pops Are So Tasty- Great For Any Occasion And Freezable Until Ready To Serve..
16 oz. cream cheese (softened)
1/2 cup powdered sugar
5 Tablespoons granulated sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup sour cream
3/4 cup strawberries (finely diced)
Note: The ingredients should be at room temperature for them to combine smoothly.
Use an electric mixer to mix the cream cheese. Set one Tablespoon of sugar aside and add the remaining 4 to the cream cheese. Add the powdered sugar and blend until combined.
Add the sour cream and vanilla, mix until combined.
Sprinkle the diced strawberries with the tablespoon of sugar. Fold into cheesecake mixture. Place in a container to freeze overnight (or 7-8 hours)
Remove from the freezer and allow it to sit out for 15-20 minutes to soften. Take small handfuls and roll into balls. The shape doesn't have to be perfect at all, we can fix them later. Set them aside and place them in the freezer in groups as you go.
Pour graham crack crumbs on a plate. Remove cheesecake balls from freezer (in groups). Perfect the balls a bit, clean your hands, and one by one, cover them generously with graham cracker crumbs. Have your hands full of crumbs as you cover them. As you do so, perfect the shape of the balls and place them in a container to freeze as you finish each one.
When ready to serve, slide a popsicle stick in the middle of each one (I had kabob sticks so I cut those in half and used those!)
All it needs is some time to chill in the refrigerator. It is beyond creamy and super chocolatey. With so many spring and summer celebrations and holidays on the way, i thought it would be the perfect time to share this little gem of a recipe.
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