Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries| Bariatric Dessert Recipe
These Cheesecake stuffed strawberries are the perfect size for a bariatric sweet treat!
Have a sweet tooth, but don’t need excessive calories? We have a low fat, low calorie sweet treat for you. These are just too cute to pass up. You can share with your sweetie or just make them and keep them all for yourself for when you need a little something that won’t stretch your pouch or put you over your daily calories.
If you have been thinking that you can’t enjoy a little something sweet after weight loss surgery, you would be wrong. Now we aren’t talking about eating a ton of these, or diving into a big piece of Strawberry cheesecake, but there are some great options to help with sweet cravings after weight loss surgery.
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Most of your small to medium size strawberries will be the perfect size for a nice little sweet treat. Just remember to stick to the portion sizes that you bariatric surgeon advised you to. If you are at the beginning of your weight loss surgery journey, it’s best to really pay attention to portion control. Not only will it help you lose the most weight, it will help you to keep it off in the long run.
There are many different options for portion control. Head over to our Amazon Storefront to see some of our favorite bariatric tools to keep you on track to success after weight loss surgery.
Looking for another bariatric dessert recipe like these cheesecake stuffed strawberries? Check out our blog. You will find lots of delicious options.
Recipe: Low Fat, Low Cal Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
Prep time: Less than 20 minutes
Yield: 6 servings
Serving size: 2 stuffed strawberries
12 medium size fresh strawberries
⅛ tsp of vanilla extract
4 Tbsp of fat-free cream cheese, softened
3 tsp any zero calorie sweetener (we suggest natural sweeteners like Stevia or Monk Fruit)
1 low-fat graham cracker, crushed
Cut the tops off the strawberries. Place flat side down and then cut an X across the point at the top, with a sharp knife. Be careful to not cut through all the way through the strawberry. Set the strawberries aside.
In a small bowl mix your filling (Softened cream cheese, sweetener and vanilla extract).
Place filling into a pastry bag (or you can use a plastic bag with the tip cut off).
Carefully open the strawberry and gently fill with the cheesecake mixture.
Dip the top of the strawberries into graham cracker crumbs.
You may serve the cheesecake stuffed strawberries immediately or chill until needed.
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