These scrumptious Homemade Strawberry Cheesecake Egg Rolls have a crispy outside with a strawberry and buttery flavor. Top this with snowy confectionery sugar and you have a flavor combination that is sure to satisfy.
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Café Du Monde
I have been to New Orleans a few times and I have had the pleasure of dining at the Café Du Monde. Often when people use confectioners’ sugar to finish off a dish, they sprinkle the sugar on. That is not the case in New Orleans. Their beignets are sprinkled with mounds of confectionery sugar, which just sends the flavor over the top. So, when I made this homemade strawberry cheesecake egg rolls recipe, I made sure that the confectioners’ sugar was plentiful as well. I just adds such a nice finish to a wonderful dessert.
Easy to Make
This Asian inspired dessert is very easy to make. This recipe goes together quickly without much effort. I used frozen sliced strawberries because it is winter now where I live and getting fresh strawberries that are not spoiled or overpriced is difficult this time of year. I always keep some frozen on hand. If you have fresh strawberries, you can certainly use them in place of the sliced frozen berries that I used in this recipe. This recipe does not take much prep work. The hardest part is waiting for them to cool a bit before rolling them in plentiful amounts of confectioners’ sugar. Not to confuse – confectioners’ sugar is the same as powdered sugar.
We ate most of them the first day, but did have some leftover. My daughter liked them better the next day as the egg rolls had lost their crispy outside texture. I liked the crispy outside texture on the first day. It is always good to have people in the family that enjoy their food in different ways. I am able to enjoy the egg rolls on day one and my daughter took care of the leftovers.
These strawberry cheesecake egg rolls are perfect for special occasions when you want a romantic evening or for entertaining and impressing your company. This would also be great served with whipped topping, ice cream, or a drizzle of chocolate sauce.