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This Cheesecake Fluff Is Almost Too Purty To Eat… Almost
So, the other day, I was at a bridal shower and they were serving these lovely little cups filled with this pastel pink fluffy stuff. I naturally gravitated towards them because pink is one of my favorite colors. I dug my spoon down in deep into the fluffy goo that was set before me and took a bite. Wow! I think I saw stars. This stuff was so good! It tasted just like a fluffy cheesecake. Apparently, that is why it’s called cheesecake fluff. Makes sense. So, the giving person that I am, knew I had to run back here and share this awesome recipe with you guys.
Cheesecake fluff is one of those recipes that is just too good to keep to yourself. You guys are going to love how easy this dessert is to make and how excellent it tastes.
And for those of you who are worried about calories – you can use low-fat ingredients to make this dessert even lighter. I’ve tried it, and it was still incredibly delish!
Recipe courtesy of Becoming Betty. Image courtesy of Food.com.
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Quick Tip: Consider serving this cheesecake fluff in dainty little cups that you see in the picture. It makes the presentation very pretty.