Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes Recipe
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These mini strawberry cheesecakes are easy to make (the simple ingredients will surprise you!) and they disappear fast. Everyone of all ages loves these. They are so cute being mini cheesecakes; just asking to be picked up and put on your plate.
Don’t let the cuteness fool you. The texture of these is phenomenal! The cheesecake is creamy and smooth with a buttery crust and the fresh strawberry topping cuts the sweetness and makes every bite irresistible.
Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes are perfect for entertaining. You can make every part a day ahead; the cheesecakes and toppings, then assembled quickly before serving making them ideal for your next gathering.
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Ingredients for Strawberry Cheesecakes:
1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs (from 12 whole crackers)
6 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted
16 oz Cream Cheese (from two 8 oz packages), softened
3 large eggs, room temperature
14 oz can sweetened condensed milk, room temperature
Ingredients for Toppings:
1 Recipe for Strawberry Sauce, chilled
1 cup cold heavy whipping cream
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp granulated sugar
12 small strawberries, halved
How to Make Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes:
1. Preheat Oven to 350˚F. Pulse graham crackers into fine crumbs using a food processor, high powered blender, or place in a large ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin. In a small bowl, combine 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs with 6 Tbsp butter and stir together to moisten crumbs. Line 24 count standard-sized cupcake or muffin tins with paper liners and divide crumbs between 24 liners (about 1 Tbsp in each). Press the crumbs into the base with fingers or a small spoon.
2. To make the filling: In the bowl of your stand mixer fitted with whisk attachment, add 16 oz softened cream cheese and 3 eggs. Beat on high speed 5 minutes or until smooth, scraping down the bowl a couple of times. Add condensed milk and mix on low speed until blended (2 minutes), scraping down the bowl as needed.
3. Divide filling evenly between cupcake liners, filling each about 3/4 full (For easy portioning, use a leveled ice cream scoop). Bake in preheated oven at 350˚F for 13-15 mins. They should be set with a very slight jiggle in the center. Slight cracking is normal but if you notice deep cracking they are over-baking. Remove from oven and let them cool to room temperature in the pans then refrigerate until chilled.
4. To serve: top with chilled strawberry sauce (recipe here). Make whipped cream by beating together 1 cup heavy cream with 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1 Tbsp sugar for about 2 mins on high speed or until thick and fluffy then pipe swirls using a large open star tip over the center of each cheesecake. Place a halved strawberry over each swirl of cream.
P.S. Speaking of mini cheesecakes, don’t miss our salted caramel mini cheesecakes here. Also, here is another mini dessert that is surprisingly easy and perfect for parties!
Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes Recipe
These mini strawberry cheesecakes are easy to make (the simple ingredients will surprise you!) and they disappear fast. The texture of these is phenomenal! The cheesecake is creamy and smooth with a buttery crust and the fresh strawberry topping cuts the sweetness and makes every bite irresistible. !
Ingredients for Strawberry Cheesecakes:
- 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs, from 12 whole crackers
- 6 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted
- 16 oz Cream Cheese, from two 8 oz packages, softened
- 3 large eggs, room temperature
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk, room temperature
Ingredients for Toppings:
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream, chilled
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 Tbsp granulated sugar
- 12 strawberries, halved
Preheat Oven to 350˚F. In a small bowl, combine 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs with 6 Tbsp butter and stir together to moisten crumbs. Line standard sized 24-count muffin tins with paper liners and divide crumbs between 24 liners (about 1 Tbsp each). Press crumbs into base with fingers or a small spoon.
To make the filling: In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with whisk, add 16 oz softened cream cheese and 3 eggs. Beat on high speed 5 min or until smooth, scraping down the bowl a couple of times. Add condensed milk and mix on low speed until blended (2 min), scraping down the bowl as needed.
Divide filling evenly between cupcake liners, filling each about 3/4 full (For easy portioning, use a leveled ice cream scoop). Bake in preheated oven at 350˚F for 13-15 mins or until set with a very slight jiggle in the center. Slight cracking is normal but if deep cracking occurs, they are over-baking. Remove from oven and let cool to room temperature in pans then refrigerate until chilled.
To Decorate and Serve Cheesecakes:
Top with chilled strawberry sauce (recipe here). Make whipped cream by beating together 1 cup heavy cream with 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1 Tbsp sugar for about 2 mins on high speed or until fluffy then pipe swirls using a large open star tip over the center of each cheesecake. Place a halved strawberry over whipped cream.
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These are minis but taste like a fancy slice of New York Cheesecake – a memorable treat that is perfect for Valentines Day, bridal and baby showers and for satisfying the fiercest cheesecakes cravings.
I’d pass you one if I could. Hope you have a sweet Valentine’s Day! Need more V-Day inspiration? Check out our favorite Valentine’s Day Recipes Here.
Loads of Love,
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I used to make these years ago with a recipe but lost that recipe. it called for 1 vanilla wafer per mimi cake or the bottom. works great. so I made your recipe for Thanksgiving, today making more because everyone loved them!
These are always a hit! I’m so glad you loved them!
help, I made these and they were lovely. But I had a problem with the crust rising in the middle of each one! Is it because I was mistaken and cooled them in the fridge first before baking or because I’m in the UK and therefore using digestive biscuits instead of Grahams crackers?
Hi Megan, I haven’t had that happen before so I’m not sure why that would occur. Make sure to use the same proportion of butter and be careful not to overbake which can cause these to puff up in the middle and then sink after they are cooled.
14 oz sweetened condensed milk, room temperature – do we cook the condensed milk? If yes, for how long?
Hi Paula, we did not cook the sweetened condensed milk for this recipe.
Speechless! These taste so good and so easy to make! Everyone’s new fave! Thanks Natasha!
So happy to hear that. You’re very welcome!
I have made these several times and they are amazing but I was wondering could these be made into bars instead of the mini version
Hi Mary, I haven’t tested that but I think it could work. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe!
Hi Natasha, I know I am almost a year late to this! Whoops. But I was wondering how long to chill them in the fridge after keeping them at room temperature?
Hi Ashley, I would chill until they are cold. It’s not like a typical cheesecake where you have to refrigerate overnight. Maybe a couple of hours should be plenty.
I’m making these but need to use a gluten pie crust that is premade from the store.do you think it would hold up in that pie crust? I’m not wanting the original cheesecake recipe
Hi Tammy, without trying that myself, it’s hard to say that it will work. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe.
Hi! I love this mini cheesecake recipe and I make all the time. Can I make the same recipe for a 8” pie? If yes do I need a water bath and for how long should I cook?
Thank you for great recipes!😊
Hi Jordana! This is our usual recipe for a full-sized classic cheesecake. You can also find all of my cheesecake recipes HERE.
I absolutely love this recipe! I wanted to know if there was a way to incorporate the strawberry sauce into the actual cheesecake batter without ruining the consistency?
Hi Shelly, I haven’t tested that myself to advise on the outcome, but I bet it could work! If you happen to try it, I’d love to know how it goes!
Hello Natasha, thank you for posting all these wonderful recipes!!!
For the mini cheesecakes, how long do they stay fresh please? Does the whip cream have to be prepared same day?
I am trying to see if I can bake them ahead of time.
Thank you so much!
Hi Mimi, We have made this last a few days in the refrigerator. I would recommend adding the whipped cream before serving.
You are my kind of ‘baker’ !!
Trust me I love to bake not so in love to cook but you made me want to cook also!
I live in Europe and many times I find your recipes more appropriate for my kind of baking. I already baked a lot of your recipes and all of them came out perfect! And because you are a great guide! Thanks for sharing with us all these goodies!❤️
Thanks for sharing that with me, Cristina. That’s so inspiring for me, I appreciate it!
Could you please send me the recipe for your New York style cheesecake I have it all written down but missed the amount of sour cream added to the mixture thank you
Hi Roseann, you can find my Cheesecake Recipes HERE. But I believe you are referring to this recipe HERE.
Oh my gosh! Natasha, these came out perfect. The sweetness, texture and even the sauce all components were so balanced and tasted good. I warmed up mine a bit in the microwave and that was super. How can we make cinnamon topping in place of strawberry for this?
I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with us, Sam! I haven’t tried a cinnamon substitution to advise. If you happen to experiment, I would love to know how you like that.
I made your mini cheesecakes turned out perfectly thank you so much for the receipe.
You’re welcome, glad you enjoyed it!
I just made these little treats but they came out the oven and as they cooked it sunk in the middle! Why did that happen? Did I do something wrong?
Hi Sarah, over-baking is the most likely reason for mini cheesecakes to sink in the center.
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What do you think?
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Thanks. Baking these today.
Hi Natasha, I adore and love each recipe of yours, they are a success with easy and simple ingredients that most of us has in our house. A question:
If I use frozen strawberries to make the strawberry sauce would be the same?!
That’s so nice to know, Ira. Thank you so much. That should work with frozen strawberries; just cook the sauce to the desired consistency. Sometimes frozen can give off more juice, so it may take slightly longer to cook.
These are wonderful. I love the strawberry sauce recipe for the top. I will definitely use it for other recipes. This is a keeper.
I’m so happy to hear that! Thank you for sharing your great review!
These are amazing! Made these without the strawberry sauce and just added fresh strawberries alongside. The cheesecake is perfect! Definitely making these again!
I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with us!
Mine came out great & my daughter is vegan but she said they were so cute she had to try one! She loved it!
I’m wondering how long they keep in the freezer?
Hi Patricia, I haven’t tried freezing these, they never last long enough for that here, but it may work. Cheesecake generally freezes well. If you experiment, please let me know how you like that.
Can I make the exact recipe without adding any of the strawberry toppings? I wanted to to make them mini that’s why I’m using this one instead of ur normal cheesecake recipe. Also if I add the whip cream topping a day ahead and keep them in the fridge would that affect the taste?
Hi Mahek, I think that would work just fine. I recommend adding the topping on the same day just to be sure.
Is possible to add some drops of lemon juice in this recipe? Thank you for your answer
Hi Caroline, I haven’t experimented with that, but I imagine that will work! I would love to know how you like that if you experiment!
Hey there I am new to the blog and I love your recipes! You make it so much easier and the videos help me as well thank you 😊. I do have a question, when you list your “cost to make” are you basing the price on one slice of cake or the cake as a whole? I’m new to baking and selling and having trouble with pricing.
Hi Talina, Welcome to our blog! We estimate the cost of the ingredients that go into the full recipe.
Love this recipe 😋
Just wanted to let you that i buy store bought Graham Cracker crumbs in the store and it makes the process even easier!
Thank you so much for sharing that with me!
Hi can i replace the sweetened condensed milk with homemade dulce de leche?
Hi Eileen, I have not tried that substitute to advise on that. If you happen to experiment, I would love to know how it works for you!
I tried the baked cheese cake with the water bath and it came out perfect so thought I should give it a try. The taste was great but for some reason mine sank from the middle and were getting a bit brown from the top so took out a few minutes before the suggested time. Any idea what may have caused it? Would definitely want to give them another try and change the ratings to 5 stars as all the other recipes I have tried of urs are awesome.
Hi Saba, the sinking in the middle is due to over baking (either too high of heat or baking too long) which causes it to rise too much and then sink afterward.
Would adding the strawberry sauce hours before serving change the solidity of the cheesvake? I added the strawberry sauce in the morning, and when afternoon came, my cheesecake turne$ out a bit “soggy” like not firm when we cut it… i wonder where I went wrong.
Also is whipping cream the same as the think cream 40% ?
Hi Angel, it shouldn’t be soggy. Were the cakes set completely? Anything altered in this recipe? We usually make the cakes and leave them in the refrigerator, make the toppings ahead, and then pour over when we are ready to serve.
I don’t have graham cracker, what can I use in place.
Love all your recipes.
Hi Monica, The closest thing we get is the graham crackers would be a digestive biscuit. We have made this last a few days in the refrigerator.
Hi natasha. I love your recipe of these mini cheesecakes. Made them three times already. On this third time however i noticed that some firmed up when i chilled them in the fridge but some remained on the softer side. I am hoping you could enlighten me on possible causes for some of it to be softer? It still tastes good. Thanks.
Hi Sarah, I haven’t had that happen – consider if maybe any of the ingredients were substituted or possibly baked for less time or in a different spot in the oven? (a lower or higher rack)?
I’m known in my family to be the one that doesn’t cook. I have been known to screw up many a dish in my day. Just last night, for example, my boyfriend couldn’t even finish the dinner I made him because I messed up the recipe. However! i’ve now tried this recipe for mini cheesecakes twice and it’s completely foolproof. I didn’t even have a food processor (used my hands to mus up the butter and graham cracker). I also don’t have an electric mixer, just got a good arm work out with a regular old whisk.
These are so good! The last time around I also put a little dollop of lemon curd under the strawberry compote. It was divine.
Yay good job! Thanks for sharing your experience with us and I am so glad that you got this recipe right. I hope you and your family will love every recipe that you try. Thanks, Amelia.
I love this recipe only one thing it doesn’t say and that is if it’s freezable which is something I’d like to know
Hi Twila, I haven’t tried freezing these, they never last long enough for that here but it may work. Cheesecake generally freezes well. If you experiment please let me know how you like that.
AMAZING! Omg everyone had 3rds! Amazing flavor!
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
Hi, I love this recipe. Can I also use this recipe to make a regular size cheesecake?
Hi Melanie, you sure can! We have a full-size cheesecake recipe HERE. I hope you love it!
Hi Natasha! I want to make a full-size cheesecake with this recipe. How long should it be baked in the oven for? Thank you!
Hi Shirl, I haven’t tested that so I’m not sure if it would work well. This is our usual recipe for a full-sized classic cheesecake.
Hi Natasha! I don’t have condensed milk at the moment. Do you think it would be okay if I add sugar instead? Thanks.
Hi Ava, The combination of ingredients here works well so I haven’t experimented with any substitutions. The condensed milk adds to the texture and creaminess of the recipe.
Natasha please tell me graham cracker are sweet or unsweetened and cream cheese total 8 oz tell me grams
Hi Wafa, the graham cracker we used to have an image on the box that they are made with honey. So yes, they are sweetened.
Can I add the jam , give a mild swirl and then bake the cheesecake?
Hi Sindhu, I haven’t tested that but I think it could work. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe.
My daughter wanted to try a new dessert recipe for a luncheon we were having. I sent this recipe to her. She made it and it was a hit. Everyone loved it. I will post a picture of it on your facebook page.
That’s so great! Thank you so much for sharing that with me! I’m all smiles
Made these for a bbq & they were enjoyed by everyone. Looked impressive. Thanks easy to make.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Hey natasha it’d be awesome if you did a video on this recipe!
Thank you for that suggestion, Olga! I’ll have to add to my list.
Hi. I made these, & they are great but mine sunk & cracked. I backed for about 13 min. But I have a gas stove. Should I have cooked less or reduced the heat???
Hi Rena, I would follow the recipe instructions making sure you’re using the same temp — I would make sure your oven is not running too hot. The sinking in the middle is likely due to over baking (either too high of heat or baking too long), which causes it to rise too much and then sink afterward.
Hi Natasha! I love this recipe!! Made it a couple of times and it’s always a hit! I was just wondering if I wanted to make mini mini cheesecakes, what the cook time would be? Thanks so much!
Hi Amy, I honestly have not tried to make them tiny but I don’t see why not! They would, however, need a shorter baking time. You might do a quick google search to gauge the bake temp and time of mini muffin tin cheesecakes.
Hi Natasha, this is a great recipe, very creamy. What could I add to make a batch of chocolate cheesecakes?
Hi Sherri, I haven’t tried this recipe with a chocolate base but you can use chocolate to top the cake. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe
Made the caramel mini cheesecakes last thanksgiving and they were awesome. Tonight I want a lighter fruit ones for a heavy pasta meal. Used this recipe. The only difference is I used silicone cupcake liners. However they shrunk in size and about one cup of crust did not set. Can you give any recommendations? Thank you
Hi Lori, I haven’t had that happen but I wonder if that is due to the silicon liner. Possibly need to adjust bake time and temp due to the effects of the silicon?
hi natasha i made the cheesecakes today but some of them seemed to shrink just wondered what i had done wrong x they were good though lol
Hi Julie! I’m so glad you still enjoyed them! I’m more than happy to troubleshoot, did you alter any ingredients in the recipe? Was the shrinking drastic?
Have made these several times and they are always a HIT. They are dense and smooth and creamy! So easy–I call them “cheater cheesecakes”! I seem to get 21 perfectly filled cups. I do add a bit of sugar and salt to the crust, and also some vanilla to the cheesecake batter. I also beat everything on low with the paddle, in an effort to minimize air bubbles. I take a toothpick and swirl it through the batter before putting them in the oven to try to pop some of the air bubbles. Don’t over bake them. This is a go-to recipe when you need a quick birthday or work treat.
Thank you so much for sharing this with me Nina! Sounds like you found a favorite recipe!
Sorry Natasha. I wanted to make mini cheesecakes but the 14 oz of condensed milk made it taste like condensed milk. For the purpose of my party with fresh fruit toppings, they were okay but I wouldn’t make again.
Hi Bernie, I haven’t had that report before – I wonder if maybe other substitutions were made?
I loved this recipe. It’s such a fool-proof! They came out wonderful and very cheese-cakey? 😀
One thing I would change in the recipe it’s to use a hand mixer instead of table mixer. When I was scraping out my filling into the cups, there were bunch of crumbles left on the bottom of mixer’s jar, so mixer didn’t quite reach well, so I had to use my hand mixer. And I have a question. What kind of consistency are cheese cakes supposed to be when they are out of the oven, like jiggly a bit? I ended up baking 2 mins extra and then chilling them in refrigerator.
Anyway, I loved those ones! I’m sure I’ll make them many times!
Hi Anastasia! I’m happy you enjoyed this recipe! The cheesecake will set once it is chilled.
Guests said these tastes awesome! They were a hit, I used shortbread cookie crust, no sugar added to crust. And since they were for a 15th anniversary party, I ‘ blinged out’ the whipped cream with edible Disco dust after piping. They were lovely to eat and look at too! Pity I can’t post a pic
That sounds amazing I’m so happy you all enjoyed this recipe! Happy Anniversary, Candy!
Can I add the jam , give a mild swirl and then bake the cheesecake?
Hi Natasha, can these be made 2 days in advance?
Hi Oksana, it would work great if you made the cheesecake portion that far in advance and then made the whipped cream the day you are serving them. Strawberry sauce can be made ahead also.
I made these for a Sunday lunch dessert and to my dissapointment they were too sweet and had an egg taste…It really missed that “tang” like you would except from a cheesecake. Kids didn’t mind it, but will have to skip on this recipe. Looking for something closer to a classic cheesecake, otherwise keep up the good work!!
Hi Nat, I haven’t had that experience using the proportions and bake instructions in the recipe, particularly the egg taste – I’m not sure why there would be an egg taste unless maybe it was cooled in an area with outdoor draft? Sometimes cakes with eggs in them can have a more pronounced egg aroma after being placed in an outdoor draft area (if you’re sensitive to the smell). I’m not sure what else it could be.
So I wanted to come back and comment that after the second day the cheesecake tasted much better (I think we ate it too soon after backing)…no eggy taste.
Thank you so much for sharing that with us!
Can I use this sme recipe for a large mould (8-9″ diameter) instead of mini cupcakes?
Will it affect the texture?
If yes, what baking precautions do I take ?
Hi Busaina, I haven’t tested this as a normal cheesecake so I wouldn’t be able to offer exact instructions. For a full sized cheesecake, we usually use this cheesecake recipe.
I don’t have a food processor so would it be okay to use graham cracker crumbs?
Hi Daina, yes absolutely! I often use graham cracker crumbs to save time. I hope you love these mini strawberry cheesecakes.
Natasha, thank you so much for sharing this recipe, my cheesecake turned out simply delish! I have a few questions, as below :
1. How many days after preparation can I store the cake in the refridgerator? (Cling wrapped) having the texture preserved.
2. I didn’t specifically find Graham crackers in UAE. Any substitue/ brand that you would suggest?
I made mine with cream crackers ad the base turned out to be a bit powdery.
Hi Busaina, The closest thing we get is the graham crackers would be a digestive biscuit. We have made this last a few days in the refrigerator.
This recipes is so delicious and easy to make!! I don’t even make the crust, I double the recipe and bake it in a big pan (about an hour) and it’s gone the next day!!! Perfect quick recipe for a busy mama!! 🙂
That’s just awesome!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review 🙂
What size was the pan?
I want to do this using a springform or a 8 inch pan. But not sure how long to do it and if it’ll come out thin..
I used a 9×13 glass baking dish and baked for 35 min convection oven, and it turned out delicious
Hi Natasha why do my graham crackers fall out once they are cooked & ready to eat?
Hi Marina, Could you expand on that to better troubleshoot? What do you mean by “fall out”? Also, did you make any changes to the recipe?
Natasha, these were AMAZING!!! It was my first time make cheese cake and my son and husband LOVED them!
I plan to make the blueberry cheesecake for Thanksgiving!
Wow! That’s just awesome!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review 🙂
Can the sauce be frozen for later use
I think that should work Nancy!
This cheesecake didn’t taste good, too much eggs and condensed milk and it was too liquid, next time I’ll try less eggs and less condensed milk
Hi Natalie. Did you possible use larger eggs adding more liquid and resulting in the egg flavoring? It shouldn’t be runny. I hope it works out better for you next time. Here is a tip on measuring.
Great recipe. These mini cheesecakes were sooooo delicious.
That’s so great! I’m happy you enjoyed these!
These were absolutely delicious and now I’m about to make another batch for another event. My only question is do you recommend to serve the finished cheesecakes in the paper liners or with out them like in the photo?
I think this would look great and work well either way! If this event is buffet style I would probably do the liners.
Will this dessert be okay if I make it 2 days before the event?
Hi Tatyana. I think that should be fine. I wouldn’t add the toppings until the day you intend to serve them however.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for the wonderful review!
Thanks for sharing this delicious cupcakes. Just wondering if I can use the small molder? How many minutes baking?
I haven’t tested that but I think it could work. I can’t say exact bake time since I haven’t experimented but I would watch it closely and possibly lower the baked time as well. I’d love to hear how it worked out for you!
This recipe is great I made it for a tea party and was a great success. The only change I made was, instead of strawberries, I added bluberries and decorated with a mint leaf.
Thank you for such a nice review Andrea and for making the recipe 😀
Has anyone used this cream cheese filling for a normal sized cheesecake or would I be better off using the recipe for the blueberry cheesecake? Curious.
The mini cheesecakes came out amazing! This was also my first attempt at making the glaze from scratch!
Hi Candice, I don’t recall hearing anyone report using this for a full cheesecake and we personally do the blueberry cheesecake. 🙂
Could this recipe be used to make a normal sized cheesecake or would thr amount differences change since everything here is divided into mini portions?
Hi Candice, I haven’t tested this as a normal cheesecake so I wouldn’t be able to offer exact instructions. For a full sized cheesecake, we usually use this cheesecake recipe.
How does this cheesecake compare to your blueberry topped cheesecake? Because that one is amazing but didnt require condensed milk…
Hi Zory, the texture of the blueberry one is a little more airy and creamy and still my favorite ever, but this cheesecake recipe works best for the mini cheesecakes – it doesn’t crack and sink as badly as when I attempted using the blueberry cheesecake batter for mini cheesecakes.
im gonna try this….looks good and for sure taste good
They taste as good as they look too! I hope you love them!
Hi Natasha,thanks for sharing this recipe. I made once,we really liked it,& made is this Easter,everyone liked it. Thanks for sharing all your recipes,they sure r good. God bless u & your family.🌹🌺😊
My pleasure Olga! I’m happy to hear the recipe is a hit. Thanks for following and sharing your fantastic review!
Hi Natasha. Can these cheesecakes be frozen without the topping? Thanks, Marlene.
Hi Marlene, I haven’t tried that but I don’t see why not! 🙂
Very delicious, made these today and half of them are already gone. My husband, who doesn’t like anything “cheese” lol said these cheesecakes are yum!
I personally like that these don’t taste too much like cream cheese and not too sweet like some of the recipes I have tried before. This one is definitely a keeper!
I’m happy to hear you and husband enjoy the recipe. Thanks for sharing your excellent review!
Natasha, could I use the mini muffin pan for this recipe, making them even smaller? 🙂
Hi Karina, I honestly have not tried to make them tiny but I don’t see why not! They would however need a shorter baking time. You might do a quick google search to gauge the bake temp and time of mini muffin tin cheesecakes.
What can I use instead of condensed milk for the mini cheesecake? Thank you.
Hi Nathalie, I have a different cheesecake recipe on my blog but I haven’t been able to make it work well for mini cheesecakes. The combination of ingredients here work well so I haven’t experimented with any substitutions.
Hi Natasha, I love all your recipes and have made many of them! I want to make the mini strawberry cheesecakes for my church’s Saint Joseph table next week but they will have to sit out unrefrigerated for several hours do you think that’s a problem?
Hi Catherine, that should be ok. It depends on the room temperature but from what I have read on google, cheesecake can stay good at room temperature for up to 5 or 6 (maximum) hours. Keep it refrigerated for as long as possible before serving :).
Super Delicious! I just made these for my birthday and they were gone quickly. Thank you! 🙂
You’re welcome Kayli! I’m happy to hear the recipe was a hit. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Would it work if I made these in ceramic dishes- like you would use for creme brule?
Hi Natalia, think that would work as long as the cups are oven safe. Your bake time might need modification so keep an eye on them. if you see any deep cracking, pull them out of the oven right away.
Hi Natasha I have jumbo muffin pan, do you think it will work? Thanks!
Hi Lize, I haven’t tried that so I won’t be able to provide specific baking times. They would take longer to bake, but I think it is worth an experiment! If you test them in a larger muffin pan, let me know how it goes 🙂
These are so yummy. My friend made them and I gotta try making them sometime too. I don’t like cheesecake usually but with the strawberry sauce it made it taste so delicious. It’s not heavy like cheesecakes usually are. Love it 🙂
Yay, I’m glad to hear how much you enjoy the recipe Lana! Thanks for sharing your wonderful review!
These were so delicious!! One of my favorite desserts I’ve ever made! Thank you!
You’re welcome Sulamita! I’m glad you love the recipe. Thanks for sharing your excellent review!
Hi there, thanks for recipe. We are on a keto diet and will try these with ground almonds for base instead of graham crackers and alternative sugar to still be complaint with the diet. Will let you know how it goes!
Hello Caroline! Please do let me know!
Could I half the recipe, would it work as well as the full one.
Hi Margaret, that should still work well. It might be easier to blend with an electric hand mixer with a smaller batch, but that should work fine.
If I am halving the recipe – for the eggs, do I use two eggs? 1.5 eggs(?!)
Hi, It’s difficult to get that exactly right without actually measuring out 1 1/2 eggs (put 2 eggs in a measuring cup, lightly beat and remove 1/4 of the total liquid amount). I think 2 small eggs would work if that is any easier.
These were so so good and really easy to make!
I’m glad you enjoy the recipe so much Stephanie! Thanks for sharing!
Do you use mini muffin liners or regular size liners?? You mention 24 mini, but the pics look like regular size??
Hi Stacey, I meant that they are mini cheesecakes. They go into a regular sized cupcake tin. Great question and I will be sure to clarify that in the recipe! 🙂
Thank you very much for clarifying!!
You’re welcome Stacey, thanks for bringing that to my attention!
Looks amazing! Could I make these four days in advance and just store in an air tight container in the fridge?
Hi Sarah, it would work great if you made the cheesecake portion that far in advance and then made the whipped cream the day you are serving them. Strawberry sauce can be made ahead also.
I can’t wait to make these! they look so so good!
They are easy AND delicious Leah! Please let me know what you think!
Yum, these look soooo good and you are right, very few ingredients, I will have to try these soon!
I hope you love them Jenny! Please let me know what you think!