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Mini Cheesecake Baskets

Mini Cheesecake Baskets recipe
photo by:kraft
Sure, these mini cheesecake baskets are ideal for Easter. But frankly, we don't know anybunny who wouldn't want one anytime of year!
time
prep:
30 min
total:
3 hr 50 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
3/9/2005
This is SO CUTE! I will absolutely make this. I love fun recipes like this. It is crafty and uniqe. Bring something like this to any event and you're sure to be the hit of the party. And you don't have to worry about anyone else showing up with the same thing you brought.
posted:
3/9/2005
I love the way it looks and the yummy taste. Big hit for the kids at our church for thier easter egg hunt!
posted:
3/9/2005
its great kids love it
posted:
3/9/2005
I do NOT like coconut, so instead of coconut I used my cheese grater and grates some white chocolate. If you refridgerate the white chocolate bar for about 30-45 minutes before grating it, it will grate and look like coconut, and you can add the food coloring to it and it wont mush up. Otherwise, these are GREAT little cheesecakes. Also I used Splenda Baking sugar and Egg Beaters and it DRAMATICALLY reduced the caloric intake and it has much less sugar for those watching their sugar intake! I also used LOW FAT Nilla Wafers and FAT FREE cream cheese. My kids and husband couldnt tell the difference from a high fat cheesecake and the substitutes I made using splenda and fat free cream cheese!
posted:
3/9/2005
I've made variations of this tasty treat for many years. I think the Easter twist is adorable and my guests would love them, but none of us are fans of the shredded coconut. Of course that is a big part of the appeal so I would appreciate any suggestions of what to substitute for that part of this recipe. Happy Easter!
posted:
3/9/2005
My grandkids loved to eat them and most of all make them!!!!
posted:
3/9/2005
I have been making this recipe for many years, after finding it in a magazine. It has been a hit everytime. I have made it for work, parties, and of course, my own family. It is not hard to make, at all, and very easy to serve. Great for pot luck, or when having serving utensils and plates, etc. are not practical.
posted:
3/8/2005
Fun .. Easy and a crowd pleaser!!
posted:
3/8/2005
My seven year old just loves this recipe. This is our 2nd time making this
posted:
3/8/2005
Just a comment to 'beacheagle' who wanted a tip on how to firm up the licorice used for the handles. Maybe try shaping them into the handles on a cookie sheet and freezing them. I can't wait to try them countrybarb
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