Moist and Delicious Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding Cookies
This easy homemade cookies recipe uses fresh strawberries in the mix, for a cookie that is moist, delicious and full of flavor. For this strawberry cheesecake pudding cookie recipe you'll need butter, brown sugar, sugar, instant cheesecake pudding, eggs, vanilla, baking soda, flour, fresh chopped strawberries and chocolate chips.
1 cup white chocolate chips. Strawberries contain antioxidants and polyphenols, and they have many other vitamins, and minerals that contribute to the overall health benefits of these berries. Some of the nutrients in strawberries include vitamin C, potassium, folate, manganese, dietary fiber, and magnesium. Strawberries are as good to look at, as they are to eat, and they are one of nature’s most beautiful and delicious fruits. Strawberries are low-calorie addition to any healthy lifestyle, packing enough vitamin C, manganese, and dietary fiber for a berry nutritional punch. For the full step by step instructions for these easy homemade cookies, you'll want to look at The Baker Upstairs site.
When it comes to fresh strawberries, you'll want to be sure and store them properly to guarantee the best flavor and the least amount of waste. The most important thing when it comes to strawberries for use in dessert recipes and other recipe ideas is that you don't wash the strawberries until you are ready to eat them or use them. Strawberries are like little sponges, ready to soak up all the water they can when they come into contact with it. And once strawberries soak up water, they are quick to turn to mush and rot even if they've been thoroughly patted dry on the outside. If you bring a haul of strawberries home and you want them to be available for snacking, it is much better to give each portion a quick rinse as they are going to be eaten, as they'll taste better and last longer. If you plan on eating or cooking those fresh strawberries for recipe within a day and it's not too hot in your kitchen, you can leave the fresh strawberries out at room temperature. Put them in a bowl within easy eyesight so that people will remember to grab a few strawberries, give them a rinse, and eat them. For overnight storage of fresh strawberries, you are better off to refrigerate them. To store strawberries line a shallow bowl or a rimmed plate with several layers of paper towels or a clean kitchen towel, then place the unwashed fresh strawberries in a single layer on the paper towels, cover, and then chill the strawberries until you are ready to use them. Stored this way, the strawberries will keep for several days. The closer you can create this dry as the paper towels soak up excess moisture and un-pressed layer, the better. Again, make sure not to wash them until you're going to use them.
For longer storage, you are better off freezing the strawberries for future recipes, than trying to keep them fresh and unblemished. Frozen strawberries are perfect for adding to smoothie recipes, turning into sauces, or for baking in pie recipes, cake recipes and tarts. Plenty of bakers actually prefer using frozen berries to fresh berries, as they hold their shape better and ooze their juices into the batter and the dough rises a bit less. And the good news is, you don't need a whole lot of berries to freeze them. Whenever you have fresh strawberries that are about to be not at their best, you can hull them and put them in a bag in the freezer kept in the freezer for just such berries.
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Nutrition Facts for: The Best Strawberry Cheesecake Cookies From The Baker Upstairs
Ingredients: Butter, brown sugar, sugar, instant cheesecake pudding, eggs, vanilla, baking soda, flour strawberries, white chocolate chips.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 24 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 175, Calories from Fat 77, Total Fat 8.5g 13%, Saturated Fat 5.1g 26%, Cholesterol 30mg 10%, Sodium 290mg 12%, Potassium 77mg 2%, Carbohydrates 22.2g 7%, Dietary Fiber 0.4g 2%, Sugars 11.0g, Protein 2.1g,Vitamin A 4%, Vitamin C 6%, Calcium 2%, Iron 4%
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