Waffel Bowl Fruity Cheesecake Tart Recipe

An easy and yummy dessert for a summer party!



Before we get into the recipe, I have small note to all my dear readers. As we are in the process of cross country move. I'm totally busy, haven't got time to check mail's last few days. My inbox is overflowing ;) Please don’t take it personally if you don’t hear back from me. I read each and every email I receive, and thanks for taking the time to write and for continued support.

Coming to recipe! Today we’re making Fruity Cheesecake Tart. No cooking, No preparing the crust, or No baking...sound good? Let’s go!

Take all the lisited ingredients below and stick it in the fridge for a few hours and  EnJoY a delicious treat that will COOL off your kids and family!


Fruity Cheesecake Tart in Waffel Bowl Recipe
Preparation Time : 10 minutes + Time to set : 1-2 hrs
Cooking Time : No cooking
Serving : 6
Recipe adapted from keebler waffel bowls packet.

Ingredients : 
Cream Cheese : 1 package (8 oz.), (softened)
Sweetened Condensed Milk : 1 can (14 oz.)
Vanilla Extract : 1 tsp
Lemon Juice : 1/3 cup
Waffle Bowls : 6
Fresh Whole Strawberries : 6
Fresh Kiwi : 2 (sliced)


How to make Waffel Bowl Fruity Cheesecake Tart : 

1. In medium bowl beat cream cheese until smooth and creamy.
2. Mix in sweetened condensed milk and vanilla extract until well blended. Stir in lemon juice.
3. Refrigerate about 1 hour or until mixture has thickened.
4. Spoon 1/3 cup cheesecake mixture into each waffle bowl. Top each bowl with fresh fruit of choice, such as sliced kiwi,  blueberries, raspberries, strawberries.
5. Serve immediately or  if a cold filling is desired, refrigerate until ready to serve and then fill cups just before serving...Enjoy!

Notes : 
  • Instead of waffel bowls, you can use baked pastry shells or waffel cones.
  • If a less flavored cheesecake is desired, replace the  sweetened condensed milk with 8 oz frozen whipped topping to the ingredients.


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Happy Eating!
Sangeetha

14 comments:

  1. That's perfect for the season Sangeetha.The clicks are classic..

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  2. Delicious and lovely..

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  3. Great Recipe Sangeetha.....yum....so inviting clicks

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  4. So cute and super attractive bowl,loving it.

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  5. The waffle bowls look cute and delicious !

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  6. awesome and yummy yummy tart:)

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  7. WOw ! this really looks so simple to assemble...Gorgeous baskets..All the best for your shifting process

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  8. This is cute and yum ...colorful..attractive to kids for sure

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  9. Cool idea! Looks so tempting! makes a great party food idea!

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  10. Such a cool idea. Lovely clicks as usual.

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  11. Sounds amazing and looks even better!! I love the idea of this cool and delicious fruity desert!

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  12. Quick and easy recipe...Lovely photos. This is perfect to refresh us this summer.

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  13. Looks delicious. But do the waffle cups get soggy if left overnight?

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    1. Thanks Sheryl...so good to have you here:) Yes it will get soggy when left overnight,i'm basing this on the fact on my experience. However I’ve seen some recipes lining melted chocolate on waffel bowls and placing in fridge until the chocolate hardens...they say by doing this they don't get soggy...Hope this helps!

      Cheers!
      Sangeetha

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