Sunday, March 3, 2013

Mini Toddler Cherry Cheesecakes #SundaySupper

The girls and I have been stuck in the house a lot lately. We had a snowstorm followed by another snowstorm with barely enough time in the middle to resupply. At the end of the week the girl's school held parent-teacher conferences so that was another two days in the house. All of us want to go back to school/work and get our regular schedules.

To start down that path we decided to make Mini Toddler Cherry Cheesecakes
  • 1 8oz package cream cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 6 graham crackers
  • 4 tbsp butter
  • 1 Can dark, sweet cherries
Place the egg, cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla in a mixer on medium. Mix until thoroughly combined and whipped. Melt butter and mix with crushed graham crackers. Place a 1/2 tbsp crust mix in each of 12 muffin tins. Divide cream cheese mixture between muffin tins. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool. Top each muffin with 3-4 cherries. 

Gotta have a good hat.

She will throw down for mixer time.

Pat down the crusts.

Staying up late for a treat.

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  1. yum.... and super simple. Thanks for the idea --my kids will love making this.

  2. Yumm!I'm going to try this with my kids and I'm sure they'll love it :)

  3. Love it all...the cheesecakes, the hat, and the "future rocket scientist" tee!

  4. These are just so cute, and those girls so incredibly precious in the kitchen with you. Love it.

  5. Those two adorable girls will be the most experienced pastry chefs in a few years! A great recipe too!

  6. You always have the sweetest photos of your little helpers in the kitchen. Priceless on so many levels. The main one is their learning how to cook and bake at such a young age.

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  8. I love that you got your kids involved! What a great cheesecake recipe!!

  9. Oh I think I am going to make this my next baking adventure with Morgan. I know she will love eating them even if I can't get her to participate too much in the making of them.

  10. What a fun recipe, and how awesome that you cook with your kids! ;-)

  11. It's so sweet that your little ones helped make these "toddler" cheesecakes. Absolutely adorable! And the cheesecakes look fabulous - nice 'n simple with amazing flavours.

  12. If I had the time and resources at work these would be on the docket for sure!

  13. I'm sure they taste good, even better in your jammies!

  14. how tiny and adorable! I love them !

  15. These are perfect for not only kids but cocktail events. Where you just want a small dessert that doesn't necessarily require a fork.

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