Cherry Cream Cheese Spread – Super easy, quick, and delicious sweet cherry cream cheese spread or sandwich filling made with 3 ingredients.
What is cherry cream cheese spread?
Cherry cream cheese is a simple spread or dip made with seasonal fresh cherries and cream cheese. You just need 3 ingredients to make this super easy sweet cherry spread. It is a no-cook recipe and can be done in 10 minutes.
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Why we love this recipe
Very quick and easy to make!
Perfect to make sandwiches for gatherings and tea parties.
Creamy, soft and delicious!
Can be made ahead!
Plain Cream Cheese: Before you start the process, keep the cream cheese on the countertop for some time and let it comes to room temperature.
Cherries: I have used fresh sweet cherries in this recipe. You can also use frozen cherries.
Powdered Sugar: If you want to use cane sugar or brown sugar, grind them to a fine powder and use.
Can I use frozen cherries?
Yes, you can! Make sure you thaw the frozen cherries first and drain all the liquid. Replace it with fresh ones.
It stays well for 1-2 days in the refrigerator. If you are making this for parties, you can make it the day before.
Slather it on toast, bagels, or muffins.
Serve it as a dip with graham crackers.
Use it as a sandwich filling to make English tea sandwiches.
Step by step instructions:
Combine softned cream cheese and powdered sugar in a mixing bowl.
Mix it well using a fork, spoon, or whisk.
Mix it well until it is smooth and creamy.
Chop the pitted cherries into small pieces and add them to the cream cheese-sugar mixture.
Gently mix everything and serve!
Cherry cream cheese spread recipe video below:
Cherry Cream Cheese Spread Recipe
- 1 Cup Cream Cheese (200 grams)
- 3-4 Tablespoons Powdered Sugar
- ½ Cup Chopped Cherries
- Combine softened cream cheese and sugar in a bowl and whisk until soft and creamy.
- Add chopped cherries to it and mix everything together.
- Store in the refrigerator and serve with bread, bagels or crackers.
Nutrition values are estimates only.