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Now that Halloween is over we’re emerging from our candy coma and enjoying some simple baking again. This past week we’ve had homemade carrot cake, mini peanut butter cookies and these Cheesecake Pasty Pockets. Shae of course took the reins on this dish and made it her own.Cheesecake Pastry Pockets #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

If it were up to me I would’ve added chopped frozen strawberries to the cheesecake filling, or served with a fruity dipping sauce OR dipped them in a melted chocolate sauce.

Making these was easy but even easier when you use premade pastry dough. These Goya discs are a great size, don’t need cutting, rolling or any prep.

Cheesecake Pastry Pockets

Ingredients

  • 8oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1/3 cup plus 2 tbls of sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • pastry dough, thawed

Directions

In the bowl of a mixer beat cream cheese & 1/3 cup sugar till combined.  Add egg yolk, vanilla and salt and blend till smooth.

Add a heaping spoonful of cream cheese mixture to each pastry dough and fold and pinch closed.

Top with additional sugar sprinkle and bake at 350° for 18-22 minutes till golden brown.

Serve room temperature, topped with powdered sugar, fruit or caramel sauce.

Cheesecake Pastry Pockets #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

Cheesecake Pastry Pockets #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkidsShae had a little trouble with speed. She knew she had to be quick after adding the cheesecake filling so she could fold the dough.  I helped reinforce the pinch when she was done so we didn’t have any major catastrophes.Cheesecake Pastry Pockets #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

She’s really good at working the mixer lately. She’s learning how to lower the mixing head more gently and click the speed toggle one notch at a time. She’s so cute as she’s counting and measuring.Cheesecake Pastry Pockets #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

Cheesecake Pastry Pockets
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Comments

  1. Hello sweet lady! Thank you for hosting such a fantastic party. I love stopping by. I hope can take a minute to swing by our party. We would really appreciate it. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Thursday! Lou Lou Girls

  2. my those look yummy! 🙂 thanks for the party!

  3. Thanks for hosting, Melinda! Those look delicious!

  4. These look so simple to make and sound delicious! I will look for the Goya discs at the store. My son will love helping me make them soon. 🙂

  5. Amanda Love says:

    Those not only sound delicious but they look delicious as well. I’m am going to give this a try, especially since I just love anything cheesecake. Had pumpkin cheesecake pancakes this morning for breakfast. 🙂

  6. Those look very good and relatively easy to make. I love that you let your daughter make them on her own but step in only if she obviously could use a little help.

  7. My hubby is a cheesecake lover, he would like these alot! Ill have to try them out.

  8. That light, flaky crust would make me very happy. I’d love to try these.

  9. What a fun way to make and enjoy cheesecake. I am going to have to try this. I bet they are good a little warm with some strawberries on top!

  10. These look so good. I love anything that has cream cheese and cheesecake in the title.

  11. Ashley Kolpak says:

    These look delicious, I can’t wait to try them!

  12. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Perfect! Exactly what I was looking for—a fun recipe to do with my grands that everyone will love. What could be better than cheesecake hand pies (sort of)! Thank You!

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