Are you tired of the same old dishes and desserts at every holiday gathering? I know I am. I’m always looking for new ideas and great new flavors to bring a little more love to the table. With the holidays here, time with family and delicious meals is top priority and I don’t plan to disappoint! To get ready for the festivities, I tried out a new recipe I found at The Kraft Foods Hub. This December, you can find holiday recipes there the whole family will love! Take a look at this amazing White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle No Bake Cheesecake I decided to try:
The recipe was easy to follow and a perfect blend of chocolate, white chocolate, raspberry, and cheesecake. The Oreo crust really gave it that special chocolatey kick that it needed. Hop over and take a look at this recipe for yourself. Once you select your favorite recipes, head to your nearest Walmart store to find all the The Kraft Foods products you’ll need for a scrumptious holiday meal.
Simply create an eCard with your favorite top-Pinned Kraft Foods recipes, fill out the entry form, and then share your card. Not only will you be entered for a chance to win high value Walmart gift cards, but you’ve also created a delicious collection of recipes you can share on Pinterest!
Victoria’s Quick Tips For Making Kraft’s
White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle No Bake Cheesecake
My stand mixer is still on the other side of the country, so I used my food processor with dough blade to combine the cream cheese, white chocolate pudding, and sugar for the White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle No Bake Cheesecake.
The recipe yield is a little higher than what you may need. I recommend purchasing enough Oreos to make a second crust if you see your pie plate is getting too full.
Whoops! Did you forget to pickup raspberry preserves? Yes, I’m guilty of overlooking this on the recipe card. Thankfully, frozen berries are a staple in my freezer so I was able to cook down a handful with 1/4 cup of granulated sugar for a quick syrup.
Not everyone enjoys fresh fruit on their cheesecake. If you are unsure, consider setting up a topping bar. Have cheesecake servings already plated and ready to top with their choice of fresh raspberries, fresh raspberry preserve, and homemade chocolate syrup. (My kids really loved “decorating” their own slice)
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox. All opinions are my own.