All the deliciousness of strawberry cheesecake is here in this 15 minute recipe for strawberry cheesecake parfaits! All the scrumptious cheesecake flavor can be yours in no time with this pretty and super fast method.
The first best thing about these strawberry cheesecake parfaits is that they taste just like you hope they will…a little bit strawberry, a little bit cheesecake, a whole lotta delicious.
The second best thing about them is that you can make them in (I’m not kidding) about 15 minutes. No baking. No waiting. Just quick and pretty little parfaits with no muss and no fuss.
They started out with a beautiful box of these. I am helpless in the face of local fruits and veggies.
Strawberries are obviously a key ingredient in this recipe, and here’s a handy guide to everything you need to know about buying, storing and prepping these delicious fruits.
It also gave me the chance to do one of my favorite tricks, which is to hull strawberries with a straw. Until you actually try this trick, it’s hard to explain how wonderful it is, so if you want to give it a go, here are the particulars.
Anyhow, the strawberry hulling is the longest part of the process. After you have your berries hulled and sliced, you need to make the super-quick cheesecake part of the parfait.
Here’s how you make shortcut strawberry cheesecake parfaits!
Whipped cream cheese, vanilla yogurt, a little sugar and some vanilla…all you do is stir those together until they are nice and smooth and combined…and magically they form a taste sensation that is pretty dang close to cheesecake.
All the deliciousness of strawberry cheesecake is here in this 15 minute recipe for strawberry cheesecake parfaits! All the scrumptious cheesecake flavor in a jiffy. Now take whatever pretty glasses you have on hand and sprinkle in spoonful of graham cracker crumbs. Now a layer of berries, then a layer of cheesecake mixture.
Repeat the layers and then top with a couple of berry slices, just for the prettiness.
You can now dive right in, or you can pop them in the fridge and save for later in the day.
Personally I like the texture better right after they are finished, but the Southern husband liked the firmer chilled down version.
I guess this is one of the reasons I love him so – along with 283,475 other reasons. THIS FACE.
That in and of itself deserves a strawberry cheesecake parfait, don’t you think? Me too. Here’s the recipe!Print
Updated (and made even more delicious!) from a previously published Framed Cooks post!