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So you have guests arriving early. Thank goodness you found this recipe, and decided to prepare a few dishes ahead of time! Pillsbury is notorious for easy recipes, and this one is no exception. Most of these ingredients can already be found in your kitchen. If you aren’t partial to blue cheese, fresh mozzarella can be a suitably creamy substitute. You can also use pecans, instead of walnuts, or any other nut you prefer (there may already be some at your party)!
These mini cheesecakes are the perfect make-ahead appetizers because they can be served warm or cold. Even if you make them ahead and decide you want to serve them warm, you can just reheat them in the microwave for about 30 seconds at a time until warm. But I guarantee they are just as delicious when served cold!
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