Easy Raspberry Cheesecake Bites
This recipe will produce a tangy and tasty dessert that could serve a lot of different purposes. Easy Raspberry Cheesecake Bites are single serving (bites) balls of fresh raspberries in a fabulous blend of cream cheese and whipped cream. They are easy and quick to make, and look very pretty arranged in a bowl—just like fresh fruit. And they practically are fresh fruit, since they are made with real raspberries. That means this dish will be very tangy, smoothed by the whipped cream and cream cheese. It might also be worth it to use real whipped cream rather than a commercial whip, if you are going to the effort to use real berries. But you can decide. Either way, this dessert is light, fun and friendly.
Raspberries are one of the best types of berries you could eat, chock full of vitamins and minerals, anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories. Eat them fresh, although frozen is also a great choice, whenever you can. They are very good for you, and really delicious. Raspberries can be quite tart. The cream cheese and whipped cream blend add a smooth and rich contrast to those berries and make these little bites really special to eat. Of course that means they are a pretty high fat and high calorie choice, and that is also what makes the individual bites such a great choice. People watching their weight can eat just one or two, and participate in this sweet treat, but not have to eat more than a bite or two.
This recipe serves up a really versatile cheesecake dessert that can be served on many different occasions. It is a great snack for kids any time during the day (and for you, too), a wonderful dessert for the family, friends or even special guests, and would make a great picnic, gathering of friends and others, or other get together. Try this special dessert soon.
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