Stuffed Strawberries


Stuffed Strawberries

Learn how to stuff strawberries with this tasty recipe. These cheesecake stuffed strawberries are great for a crowd.

Combine fresh and sweet strawberries with a cheesecake inspired filling to make these stuffed strawberries. This no-bake dessert is a fantastic option for summer parties and last-minute get-togethers. You will be amazed at how quickly these treats come together and in awe of just how quickly they are devoured. If you're looking for a no-bake dessert option for a party, these finger foods are perfect. Skip having to do dishes later that night by serving these easy-to-eat cuties.

From the Chef: "One summer, I taught the kids next door how to make these. It was fun watching them remove the center of the strawberry, making a little hollow hat or cone to fill with delicious creamy centers. It's a great interactive dessert and perfect for picnics and outdoor barbecues."
  - Addie Gundry

This recipe is from RecipeLion's 103 Cookbook series, No-Bake Desserts: 103 Easy Recipes for No-Bake Cookies, Bars, and Treats.

Yields20 stuffed strawberries

Preparation Time15 min



  • 20 large fresh strawberries
  • 4 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips


  1. Hull the strawberries and hollow out the center using a paring knife or small melon baller. Set on paper towels, cut-side down, while you prepare the filling.

  2. Using an electric mixer, whip the cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla until smooth. Spoon into a piping bag with a small plain tip or into a zip-top plastic bag with one corner cut off. Pipe the filling into each berry, leaving a mound on top.

  3. Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips. Store in plastic containers in the fridge for up to 2 days or serve immediately.

Watch Addie Gundry make her stuffed strawberries on You and Me This Morning!

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I love trying many of these great recipes! It's fun to learn new and easy ways of desserts and meals.

My favorite fruit to add to desserts is probably pineapple. Although I love just about all fruit, pineapple seems to brighten even the blandest tasting desserts up without being bitter or too sweet. And, if you grill it before adding it to your dessert... it takes it to another level of sweet indulgence without having to add sugar.

I like all sorts of berries like blueberries, strawberries and raspberries. They look so pretty with whipped cream on top of Pavlovas.

Strawberries are my favorite fruit in or out of dessert!


My favorite fruit to add to dessert, at least now, is black raspberries. These look good.

This has become one of my mom's absolute favorite recipes! It is her go-to for any party when she doesn't know what to bring and/or doesn't have enough time to go to the store, turn on the oven and bake, etc. The best part about these stuffed strawberries are the toppings like sprinkles, chopped nuts, chocolate chips, dried fruit, shredded coconut, etc.

Pretty good, but very sweet. Nest time, I would cut down on the sugar amount. I love strawberries. Great without the chocolate chips. My strawberries never get big enough to hollow out and fill. They are also too soft. So, store bought to make these. They are great to serve at a party

This is an excellent way to show off the ripe strawberries from your garden! Mine are always in abundance in late June and you have to use them up pretty quickly or else can or freeze them. These would be cute to serve alongside a glass of sparkling wine when entertaining guests in the evening, and they are really a big hit with the kids!


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