Cut into one of these festively decorated cupcakes to reveal a mini cheesecake shaped like a Christmas tree hiding inside. These Cheesecake Stuffed Christmas Tree Cupcakes will put any Scrooge into the Christmas spirit.
My first attempt at stuffing mini cheesecakes into cupcakes worked so well that I thought I'd give it another try for Christmas.
I had heard from a reader who couldn't find the pumpkin silicone mold I used to make my Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes Stuffed with Cheesecake Pumpkins and she asked if there was another way to make them.
I'm happy to report that you can make cheesecake stuffed cupcakes using cookie cutters instead of silicone molds.
I used a mini Christmas tree cutter to create the cheesecakes that were baked inside these cupcakes.
If you'd like to make your own Cheesecake Stuffed Christmas Tree Cupcakes, be sure to stop by Tablespoon.com for the recipe and step-by-step tutorial.
Before you go, you might like to check out some of these other cheesecake creations.
Raspberry Cheesecake Heart Stuffed Brownies • Cheesecake Pumpkins Stuffed Chocolate Cupcakes
Conversation Heart Cheesecakes (the original) • Mini Cheesecake Snowmen
Cheesecake Leaves • Chocolate Cheesecake Turkeys
Be sure to check out all my fun Christmas Recipes!
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We need an idea for The Grinch . We are showing the Sunday School movie and wan to sve something Grinchie. Help
I have not yet created any edible crafts that look like The Grinch, but my friend, Jill, over at Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons has many. Here are a few links to her posts.
Can You give me the recipe for the cheesecake trees please, on the website it is saying use 0.06667 of sugar, 0.3333 cream and 16.0000 of cream cheese. please help!!
Wow, I don't know what is up with the recipe on the tablespoon.com site. They are looking into it! You'll need 16 ounces cream cheese, 3/4 cup sugar, 1/3 cup heavy whipping cream, 2 eggs, 1/2 teaspoon peppermint extract for the cheesecake. Then you'll need 1 Betty Crocker Triple Chocolate Cake Mix, 1 1/4 cup water, 1/3 cup vegetable oil, and 3 eggs. Frosting = 3 tubs Betty Crocker Frosting and sprinkles. The instructions are still correct on the tablespoon.com site. Let me know if you have any more questions.
Can you please give me the recipe for the cheesecake trees, it is saying 0.06667 sugar, 0.3333 cream and 16.0000 cream cheese. Please help!!!
These Christmas cupcakes are incredible cute and I bet they are also delicious (cheesecake mint and chocolate sounds like Heaven!).
Honestly, I don't know. I've never made a boxed cheesecake and am not sure the texture or stability of the cake. It might work, but I really can't say. Sorry, I'm not more help with this situation.
Can I use a boxed cheesecake mix without using the crust?
Hi! They are so lovely! Fantastic!
Nina di Fragola e Cannella
ok so heeeeeeere's another one of your creations i gotta do! did you know my "i gotta make Beth's food stuff" is getting rather long? i say let's keep adding to it! heehee 🙂
These are really worth making. I gave them to my mom who shared them with all of her neighbors. They raved about them, which is always nice:)
Oh..................ingenious! I LOVE icing so this would be my kind of icing!!
It is a lot of icing, and I love it too!
These are soooo cute!!! Love the little green trees, what a cute idea!!!!