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Variety Picnic Cheesecake Cupcakes


Pictured:  Blueberry, Mandarin Orange, Heath Bar, Chocolate Chip, Rainier Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry and Hershey Kiss
One of the easiest and most posted recipes on the net, perfect for summer picnics, office parties and you can really be imaginative in creating your favorite toppings. Chocolate chips, white chips, nuts, marshmallow, favorite candy bars, preserves of any kind,  fruit slices,  to include fresh peach, cherry, mandarin orange, strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, pineapple just to name a few and caramel topping all make wonderful choices for your family and friends. Have ice cream toppings in the fridge? Mix and match and make several kinds to please everyone. They are easy, fun to make and sure to please a crowd.. This batch using smaller tin cups the size of the wafer made 30 cupcakes.

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2 packages 8oz each of cream cheese softened
2 eggs
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup sugar plus 1 tablespoon
1 box nilla wafers
1 bottle of triple berry smuckers ice cream topping or jam
1 bottle of strawberry ice cream topping or jam
Mini Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes (my families favorite!)


Prepare tins.  Add paper liners to cupcake tins. Put wafers in each paper cup. Set aside.
In a separate bowl mix cream cheese, eggs, sugar and flavoring and beat till smooth and creamy no lumps.

Triple berry ice topping added to the batter and swirled

Using a ladle spoon onto wafers. Top with a teaspoon of toppings, swirl with the tip of a knife . Bake at 350 degree oven,  till the center is solid around 25 to 30 minutes.

Strawberry ice cream topping swirled in the batter




33 comments:

  1. Oh my, just look at these lovely cupcakes! Claudia, u're a doll to makes these....... Yum!

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  2. What a large fine assortment of delicious mini cakes. There's plenty of choice. Great ^__^ Bye bye dear, have a wonderful week

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  3. These are so delightful. I bet folks would have a hard time keeping their hands off.

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  4. YUMMMMMMMM!!!!! Love those cupcakes and would like a sample of them all right now. I could never eat just one! I'm having no problem with comments but sure am with line spacing on blogger. Don't know why there are so many spaces between paragraphs. There's an award for you on my blog today.

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  5. These look so tempting! And delicious!

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  6. Lovely mini-cheesecakes! The fruit topped ones look fresh and the chocolate ones look scrumptious :)

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  7. I'm a sucker for these. I could (and would) eat them all! As for commenting: I seem to be fine with google chrome. Internet explorer does not work well.

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  8. These cupcakes look so pretty and colorful. I love them.

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  9. I might just make these for a party coming up, they are so pretty! For the orange, did you use a different kind of topping to swirl in it?

    What did you do to make the mint chocolate ones?

    I finally figured that out with the comments, it wsa super frustrating not being able to comment.

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  10. Cheesecake for those of who have to watch our calorie intake. Just eat one to get a taste and I bet my wife will like them as she can throw a couple in her lunch.

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  11. Ok I would take one of each..LOL!
    What a fantastic way to serve cheesecake..I love all the flavors, looks so fresh and beautiful!!

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  12. Beautiful cheesecakes! You've given me some new ideas for toppings :)

    PS..there are some WP blogs I can't respond to via Food Buzz...but if I enter via the web, I can post. You may want to try that if you get a blank page after clicking comment. I'm glad to know that changing my settings has solved the commenting problem for you on my blog! xo

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  13. Super cute! A build your own cheesecake cupcake bar - a fun idea!

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  14. Comments seem to be working now. The mini cheese cakes are brilliant GF! Wish I had all of the ingredients, I would make them tonight. Haven't been sleeping much lately and would to love try these.


    Perhaps you should install a comment system to avoid the blogger issues. I can help you with it if you want. Email me

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  15. lovely cheesecakes and variety
    regards

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  16. Dear Claudia, These look adorable and delicious. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  17. Those mini cheesecakes look so lovely and delectable!

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  19. These are such cute little bites of cheesecake. they are perfect for the shower for my future daughter in law.

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  20. I really don't like baking during the summer which is early for us this year -- can you believe about 10 days of 90+ temps all ready? But at a certain level the air con is working non-stop so why not bake? These look very spring or summer like, thank you for sharing.

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  21. not a very easy recipe but it looks delicious so i will give it a try for sure. Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe with us, i wish you to have a very nice day.

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  22. Love the mini bites of the yummy cheesecakes...Thanks, I'll take them all. I'm not being choosy. Such fun, and a totally genius idea!!!

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  23. These all look so fun and agreed they are a perfect picnic treat :)Well for me cheesecake is an anywhere anytime deal :)

    P.S. I have had trouble on some sites but some I had trouble with recently seem to be OK now? I still have a hard time if the site is not in English and that has been for weeks now :( I do hope they fix everything soon...

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  24. cute as buttons but I know they taste much better - so clever...

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  25. Individual cheesecakes, including a version with strawberry swirl ice cream? Claudia, you're officially a genius.

    Hungry Jenny x

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  26. yum yum yum ... cupcakes are one of my fav type of cake and this one if looking great.

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  27. They look delicious! I making something very similar for my nieces "all cheesecake" wedding cake! She'll have a 3 tier cheesecake and 200 individuals!

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  28. Do you know that I could eat all of those?! I really can... I love them all!!

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  29. Thank you for this!! We all love cheesecake in our home and this looks like it will work perfect for the little ones to help with!

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  30. Oh this is fantastic Claudia! I love all different kind and options! Very well done!!

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  31. Such a lovely assortment. Just lovely.

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  32. This is great, Claudia! This just does away with the squabble over what flavour of cheesecake to make next.

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