How to make cheesecake filled strawberries

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When it comes to preparing food, be it a pot roast or a decadent dessert, many would argue that presentation plays a big role. The way in which you arrange the food on the plate may not affect the taste of the dish, but it certainly can add to the appeal. This is especially important when cooking for others, as you want to offer your guests a colorful, balanced plate.
In the off chance that you're on the hook for dessert tonight, then we have a bright, fresh, and colorful recipe that is perfect for dinner parties. Not to mention, it'll look great when presented to guests. All you need for this treat are strawberries, cream cheese, sugar, and a bit of vanilla extract.
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To get started, hollow out your strawberries. 
In a mixing bowl, blend together cream cheese, powdered sugar, and a dash of vanilla extract. This will serve as the filling. 
Spoon the mixture into a piping bag and fill the strawberries, one by one. 
Now's your chance to get creative. You can top the strawberries with anything you'd like. The folks at TipHero use graham cracker crumbs and shaved chocolate.
This fairly simple recipe shouldn't keep you in the kitchen for too long - and check out that finished product! It's sure to be a winner at your next gathering. The video version of the recipe can be viewed below.
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