To my new readers – you are in for a treat with this post. My long-time readers are familiar with this recipe but it is to good not to share – again.
We are having a potluck at work. When you work in a high-volume call center, you need things like pot-lucks to break up your day. Taking call, after call, after call, after call, after call, after call can get monotonous – especially on a Saturday.
Time drags more slowly on a Saturday than any other day. I guess it is because it is the end of a 48 hour week and no one wants to be there.
I will bring Joe’s favorite dessert. He was not a big sweets eater but these treats were standard fare for Christmas and any time I got myself in the dog house. 😉
I have yet to post a picture of them, because they never last long enough.
Enjoy joy this recipe that mean so much to Joe and gave him a little taste of heaven here on earth.
Cherry Cheesecake Tarts
From kitchen of Michele & Mother–in–Law Mary Kearns.
1# Cream Cheese Softened
3/4 C Sugar
1 T lemon juice
1 t Vanilla
1 can Cherry Pie filling
Combine cheese, sugar, lemon, vanilla & eggs in large bowl.
Beat on high speed for EXACTLY 5 minutes.
Line tins with 1 ½ in paper liners, put 1 wafer in each lined tin, fill with 1 T cheese cake mixture.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until thin cracks appear on top. Let cool.
Will appear to fall.
Put 1 t of cherry filling on top.