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Valentine Brownie Cheesecake Bites

Whether you want to bake from scratch or purchase two bite brownies...
your sweethearts will love this small bite dessert.

  1. Prepare brownies if using the recipe on the link.
  • 1 package jello instant cheesecake /  or homemade as listed below
  1. Prepare according to package directions or make the no bake Cheesecake filling according to the method below.
  • 1 package cream cheese
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/3 cup lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  1. In food processor, place cubed cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and vanilla.  
  2. Pulse until smooth.  Pour into a container and chill until firm.

Assembling Brownie Cheesecake Bites

  • melted chocolate (dark, light, white)
  • raspberries
  1.  Using a small spring loaded icecream scoop,  place one scoop of cheesecake on each brownie bite.  Freeze 30 minutes.
  2. Dip each cheesecake (very quickly) into dark melted chocolate.  Refrigerate until firm.
  3. Place a raspberry on each bite and drizzle white and milk chocolate on each bite using a piping bag.
  4. Keep refrigerated. 


  1. They do look delicious. Since Valentine's Day is my birthday I'll pass them all out -

  2. That's a beautiful thing Lovella!!! So pretty. Have a wonderful Valentines Day...

  3. In reference to #2 of the assembly instructions, are you dipping the scoop of cheesecake, while it is attached to the brownie? Or do you dip the scoop of cheesecake and then place on top of the brownie?

    1. Lorrie, the cheesecake scoop is on the brownie. Freezing the brownie for a little while, seems the fuse the brownie and the cheesecake together. You have to dip quickly though or it will start to let go.

  4. My DH has a birthday that same day....I bet the family would all love this for a change:)
    May just give them a try. Hugs Marg.

  5. Can you make these ahead and freeze without the raspberry?


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