strawberry puddings
Lemon and Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding

You know what happens when a blogger buys a half flat of strawberries? Blog a series of posts about strawberry recipes. I’ve had fun coming up with these recipes, hoping they will actually taste good. It’s all about experimenting.

Experimenting – that’s what my new friend Angel told me yesterday that she was doing when she came up with a butter cream (at least that’s my name for it) for cornbread. She makes the cornbread in a round small pan and tops it with a walnut or pecan. I purchased one of these at a vintage shop called Sugar Shack. A tiny container filled with the butter cream came with the cornbread. When I bit into that warm cornbread spread with the cream, my oh my, it tasted incredu-licious! My sweet friend is a talented baker and makes fancies like wedding cakes, too. But I’ll stop on that note because I’ve invited her to guest blog for Kitchen Hospitality. That’s going to be a treat for all of us.

Back to my strawberry series, today’s Lemon and Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding was invented when I needed a quick-something-special-delight to bring to a Mother’s Day dinner I was invited to. If you’ve been keeping up with my recent strawberry recipes, you know how much I love lemon and strawberry puddings and flavors. It appears that I am hooked on this, but this time I used a box of lemon pudding mix with fresh strawberries and a carton of Strawberry Cream Cheese. See the final recipe below:

Lemon Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Angie with
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 8-10
Fresh strawberry pudding
  • One small box lemon pudding mix
  • One pint fresh strawberries
  • One carton Strawberry Cream Cheese
  • Two large spoonfuls of Whipped Topping
  • One small carton of Whipping Cream
  • One cup of Silk Cashew Milk
  1. Mix lemon pudding mix, cream cheese, and whipping cream with hand mixer.
  2. Cut fresh strawberries in small pieces and add to pudding and whipping cream mixture.
  3. Add cashew milk to pudding mixture and blend well.
  4. Fold in whipped topping.
  5. Optional: Top with sliced strawberries.

This pudding also makes a good fruit dip. Enjoy with your favorite fruit or as a light pudding dessert.

If you come up with something else that this Lemon Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding recipe tastes good with, let me know in the comment section. I’d love to hear from you.

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