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These Chocolate Strawberry Cheesecake Chimichangas are a delicious sweet treat for parties or home snacking, and by the time you say the name, you can be about done making them. I have to say, I wouldn’t have thought of making a chimichanga into a dessert item, but it works beautifully here. It’s not only sweet and creamy – it’s so quick and easy, too! You’ll literally whip this up in no time, which means more time for you to kick back and relax.
Not bad for only seven ingredients, eh? It’s such a breeze to make, and with the combination of strawberry cream cheese and cinnamon sugar, it has the perfect flavors for all seasons. It also is very easily expanded, should you have an extra-large group to feed.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Mom on Timeout
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