Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies are delicious, soft and chewy cream cheese cookies with fresh strawberries and white chocolate chunks. A sweet strawberry cookie recipe is just what you need for the summer ahead!
If you are wondering what to make with fresh strawberries, check this delicious and easy Strawberry Shortcake Cake recipe, too.
Cream Cheese Cookies with Fresh Strawberries
A few days ago, my good friend Alex came to my place for „only five minutes“!
“Vera, I don’t have much time to chat. I just came by to leave you these strawberries which I picked for Marco”, he said while giving me a bowl of beautiful strawberries which smelled through the whole house the moment he brought them.
“Thanks Alex. They are beautiful. I will say hello to Marco for you”, I told him not wanting to disappoint him because my picky son doesn’t even want to look at strawberries this summer, no matter how beautiful they are.
“Hmmm, maybe I could play some kind of trick on my little bad boy. If I make him cookies (one of his favorite snacks) with these strawberries, maybe he won’t rebel” I was thinking full of optimism.
And in that moment, I thought of a recipe I wanted to try for a long time: Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies. The week before I had made a magic cake and a peanut butter cheesecake – and although delicious – I wanted something different. And besides all that, after chimicange and cheesecake, I have become a little addictive to the combination of strawberries and creme cheese.
White Chocolate and Strawberry Cookies
Everything was there, creme cheese, flour, sugar and when I took a look at the original recipe, it was like lightning out of the blue! Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies are made with dried strawberries!!!
What to do? If I put fresh strawberries, maybe my little cookies won’t be so delightfully white with juicy, red pieces of strawberry. The strawberries will lose their color and they will paint the cookie dough.
“Don’t give up, Vera”, a voice was talking in my ear.
It was time for a few tricks. In order not to lose color, I squeezed a little lemon juice over the strawberries, then drained them and sprinkle flour over them in order not to color the dough and that the strawberries would not sink in while baking. And of course, so that Marco would like this treat, and make it a little more attractive to eat, I will throw in his favorite ingredient. Look, it’s chocolate! But this time, it will be pieces of white chocolate.
I cut a whole bar of white chocolate, mixed it into the cookie dough, and the experiment was totally successful. After half an hour, on my table was a plate full of sweet cookies, which looked great and simply melted in the mouth. Only one step was left…
“Marco, come quickly and try the cookies mom made for you”, I invited my son proud of my trickery. Marco, seeing a pile of sweet cookies, filled his hands with a few pieces . But, instead of eating them, he started making a tower from the cookies!
And that was it, he didn’t even want to take a bite since he saw the strawberries immediately.
Of course, if you asked yourself about the destiny of my Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies, all the fallen towers were quickly eaten by a man who is not so picky– of course, my husband 🙂
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Soft and chewy Blueberry Cookies with fresh blueberries, white chocolate chunks and gooey cream cheese and blueberry jam filling in the center are really the best blueberry cookies ever.
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Strawberry Cookies With White Chocolate Chunks
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 35 minutes
- Yield: 24 cookies 1x
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Oven
- Cuisine: American
Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies are delicious, soft and chewy cream cheese cookies with fresh strawberries and white chocolate chunks. A sweet strawberry cookie recipe is just what you need for the summer ahead!
- 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 cup unsalted butter-softened
- 4 oz cream cheese-softened
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 3/4 cup chopped fresh strawberries
- 2 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1–2 tablespoon flour
- 5 oz white chocolate-chopped
- sanding sugar
- Preheat the oven to 350 F and line pans with parchment paper.
- Pour fresh lemon juice over chopped strawberries, drain them after a few minutes.
- Whisk together 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, salt and baking powder and set aside.
- Beat butter with sugar and cream cheese until it’s light and fluffy.
- Add egg and vanilla and mix well.
- Gradually add flour mixture and mix until it’s well combined.
- Stir in chopped white chocolate.
- Sprinkle strawberries with 1-2 tablespoon flour, toss them until all strawberries are coated with thin layer of flour and then stir them really gently in the batter.
- Drop heaping tablespoon of batter onto pan leaving an inch space between.
- Set the cookies in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes before baking.
- Sprinkle the cookies with sanding sugar if you want, but do not overdo it because they are sweet enough.
- Bake for 13-15 minutes( until the edges become golden brown).
- Let them cool a few minutes in the pan than transfer them to a wire racks to cool completely.
I tried these but skipped the chocolate and used raspberries instead of strawberries. They were delightfully tangy-sweet and refreshing rather than sweet on top of sweet. Try it!
Lia, so glad you posted this. I was about to ask if I could sub in raspberries. I just had a whole flat given to me and would love to use them. Gonna try this.
Love these!! We made them for Easter and they taste like strawberry shortcake, but better!! Smell absolutely heavenly ? my scoops were pretty big, they did not spread, but were yummy. Didn’t really brown around edges even after 20 minutes.
Great cookies! I love them and had them around easter time!
Skipped the sanding sugar. Used white chocolate chips. These cookies are yummy!
These are yummy. I didn’t have the white chocolate so I used regular chocolate chips. I was worried about the strawberries since its Jan, but they were fine
If use white chips do you need to chop them up also or leave as is?
I have made them several times and used the white chips whole, no chopping needed.
For some reason these cookies puffed up and turned out more like bread than cookies, texture-wise. Followed the recipe exactly, not sure where/if something went wrong.
I’m making these for July 4th!!
oh these would be fantastic for July 4th with half blueberries and half strawberries!
Could you possibly use frozen strawberries ? The fresh ones this time of year are almost without taste.
Great idea. A thought for you, use blue sanding sugar for July 4th. Love finding new recipes.
Just made these! They are absolutely delicious!!!
I’ve made a version of this and love it! This is also good made with blueberries.
Made this yesterday and my husband could not get enough of it! I wanted to know though if there is anything i can do so it doesn’t turn out so sticky?
How do I store these in or out of fridg
I have the same question!
These just look delish!! Following on facebook and can’t wait to see more!! Pinning!
Visiting from the Lovely Ladies link up. This looks SO yummy! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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Do the cookies need to be stored in the fridge?
Hi Vanessa, if you keep them more than a day I sugest that you store them in the fridge. We eat them for a few hours so I don’t have to worry abot that 😉
Can I use frozen strawberries?
Hi Julie, I’m not sure how it will turns uot, but if you try it I sugest you to use thawed and well drained strawberries.
I have a blueberry cookie recipe and have tried using frozen berries in it. They taste fine but they will not look as pretty. It ends up smearing blue color throughout the cookie. I suspect that may be what happens with the frozen strawberries but can’t say for sure since I have not tried that.
I don’t like cream cheese so much, can I make hem without cream cheese? What should I change the ingredients to?
Since the recipe calls for cream cheese, skip the recipe and find something else if you don’t like cream cheese.
I don’t like cream cheese…is it possible to make them without cream cheese? How should the ingredients be changed?
I followed the exact recipe and the cookies turned out amazing. One of the best recipes I have come across!!
What is sanding sugar?
Hi Verna you can sprinkle the cookies with cristal sugar
I would appreciate it if you could answer my question. Thank you.
Karolina, I’m really sorry that I missed to ansver your question.
I don’t know what could you use instead cream cheese, because I did’n try any other cmbination, so I do not want to speculate and give you wrong advice.
Try a soft sugar cookie like a sour cream.
BUT to be honest you don’t taste it as cream cheese. It’s just moist& GREAT
Can I use regular butter as my mom has high blood pressure and we don’t like to add salt to things.
Yes you can, Lisa.
Thank you! I will give it a try with 4 oz butter then 🙂
OK.Let me know how it turns out
I tried the recipe without cheese, just used 4oz butter. It was amazing! I loved the way it keeps the fresh colour of strawberries. It has delicate, fresh flavour. Thank you so much for the delicious recipe! I will bake these cookies again!
Hi Karolina, I’m really glad that it turns out good even without the cream cheese. Thanks for let me know.
Made this yesterday (without the white chocolate though, as we don’t particularly like it around here), and they are fantastic!!!! Sweet enough even without the chocolate. I am making them again today to bring to a get-together, thanks!!!!
I came here to look for a comment exactly like this!!! Thank you!! I do not like chocolate as well and the cookies sound pretty awesome without it.
Made these gorgeous cookies today for a special event. They have exceeded my expectations and will be a great addition to this event. Soft, high strawberry flavor and the white chocolate adds some special flavor.
of sugar do you use in the batter? Powdered sugar or granulated sugar?
Hi Elyse, use granulated sugar.
Thanks! I can’t wait to make these!!
I made these today with half frozen and half thawed strawberries, and I used simisweet chocolate chips (didn’t have white) the were Delish!!!!! Thank you 🙂
Thanks Cathy 🙂
Amazing. My boyfriend found this recipe and asked me to make them, and I just had to because I wanted to try them too! They turned out delicious. I love how the strawberries burst through with a juicy sweet flavor! I followed the recipe exactly, and plan to try your very best blueberry cookies next. This will definitely be going into my recipe book!
I bet if you did use semi sweet chocolate it would taste like a chocolate covered strawberry
I made these today and they were surprisingly good. Thanks for sharing this reciepe.
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i had to double the recipe and I found the batter really thick is it supposed to be like that?
Hi Renee, the batter should be thick but sticky
I made the recipe for the blueberry ones. It looks to be the same as this strawberry recipe. However, the batter is so thick that I couldn’t get the blueberry in it without them bursting. They were good, looked bad, but were more like a cake than a cookie.
Hello! Kindly help me out..can I use heavy cream+butter,(1:1ratio) instead of cream cheese?we don’t hv any cream cheese available in the place I stay.Thank you
I don’t know about that, but you can use mascarpone cheese if you can find it there.
Can i use a strawberry jam in the center of cookies like you have for the blueberry cream cheese cookies thanks Jolee
Hi Jolee,you can try it.
I did not have all the ingredients on hand to make these cookies homemade but I did have a yellow boxed cake mix so I added a block of cream cheese, 1 stick of butter, tsp vanilla, 1 egg, strawberries and white chocolate and they turned out amazing!! Now I can’t wait to try them homemade because of course everything is better homemade!
Hi Melissa, i’m glad you like it, and doctored up cake mix sounds as a great idea
What chopped white chocolate did you use?
Hi Robbyn, I don’t remember what brand was it, but you can use any white chocolate that you have on hand, or even you can use white chocolate chips.
This looks delicious! At what temperature should I bake them?
Hi Andrea, you should bake them at 180 degrees Celsius or 350 degrees Fahrenheit
I just baked these tonight. I used white chocolate chips. I also baked them using convection bake at 325 F for 20 minutes. Perfect!!
Hi! I’m excited to make these for a cookie exchange party – they look great! – Quick question – I just moved to a high altitude area…would these be okay still or should I add some extra flour? Thanks for any advice you might have!
Hi Daciana, I think it will be OK and you don’t have to add extra flour.
What is the difference between all purpose flour and just four? The recipe mentions both
Hi Jennifer,it’s the same, I just missed out to write “all-purpose”
Can you use a sugar substitute (like PureVia) instead of sugar and if so, what is the conversion?
I’m sorry, I’ve never used it so I can’t help you with that.
Your package should have the conversion on it.
These cookies look so yummy! Can you freeze them? If so, for how long? Has anyone tried?
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Hi! Would these freeze well? Or is it too soon to make for Christmas if they are kept in the fridge?
Hi Charlotte,it’s too early to make them if you want to keep them in the fridge. I didn’t try to freez these cookies so I can’t tell you if they freez well.
I’m just wondering if I can use dried strawberries instead of fresh since I will be making these for gifts along with other cookies and I don’t have a big enough fridge to put them all of the tins in.
Hi Ann, you can use dried strawberries.
These look awesome. Could you use cranberries? If so do you need to up the sugar amount?
I didn’t try it with cranberries but I think it could work.
Don’t up the sugar amount in the batter too much because the cookies will lose their shape and soft texture completly, you better sprinkle more sugar on top before bakking.
I was wondering what the lemon juice does, my girls love chocolate covered cherries so I was thinking of trying this recipe. I am just not sure if I would need the lemon juice. What do you think?
Thanks for sharing, the cookies are beautiful.
Thanks Amy 🙂
You can skip the lemon, it just helps strawberries to keep red color after baking.
I am looking forward to trying these for our church Christmas party Sunday. To the lady that asked about the Purevia, you use 1/2the amount of sugar a recipe calls for. The recipe calls for 3/4 cup sugar, you would use 6 tablespoons of Purevia. I use Purevia all the tim e for my baking because my husband is a diabetic & I like him to enjoy life without raising his sugars.
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Indeed is a OH MY GOD recipe! Made it today and is EXTREMELY IMPRESSED with the texture of it. It’s dry on the outside and moist on the inside with the tinny winnie bit of sour taste from the lemon. VERY GOOOOOD!!! Thanks so much for sharing this.
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I made these a couple of nights ago, but they came out really fluffy and like tiny floury pancakes. Any idea why this could have happened?
Hi Karissa,I’m sorry about that, maybe because the flour you used or maybe you should leave them longer in the fridge before baking…
The first time I made these, they turned out fluffy. Second time, I skipped the baking powder. They turned out very good like cookies.
I just start laerning baking so i wonder how it is different between all-purpose flour and flour
if i freeze the cookies after making them, would they be ok to mail? Or do you have suggestions on what to do if I want to mail them?
I would use dried strawberries and omit the lemon juice. You could also substitute dried cranberries o cherries. The fresh strawberries would make mailing prohibitive – fresh strawberries degrade quickly and get mushy, even moldy.
anyone have any idea on an approximate calorie count for one cookie
Made these tonight and I was expecting a rich taste which it did not have. Maybe I will up the cream cheese next time.
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I made these cookies, following the directions to the “T”. The dough turned out much like pie crust dough, very thick and a little stretchy. Stirring the strawberries into the dough was impossible, I had to mix them in with my hands breaking the dough into small portions to mix in the strawberries because their was no stirring this dough. I bake quite often and am confident in my abilities, however, I feel that, with all the positive reviews, I must have done something wrong for these cookies to come out so terrible. If you could provide me with some helpful insight it would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Roger, I’m really sorry that you had problem with this cookies. I don’t know what went wrong, maybe you overmeasured the flour.
Hi Roger & Vera, I mixed these cookies and they’re in the fridge. I, too had the same problem as you Roger. You must have to precisely measure the flour is all can think of. Once I get them baked I’ll let u know how they turned out
I’ve tried & made lots of scratch cookies and these are beyond good. I followed the recipe as close as I could and they came out fantastic…light, tart, sweet and moist. I will be sharing these with everyone I know who enjoys a great moist cookie. Exceeded my expectations and certainly my tastebuds! Thank you sooooo much fora great cookie andacreayive way ti use fresh strawberries. My boys said best cookies ever…need I say more!
Thanks Wizemamm 🙂
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Hello! Just made these the batter is delicious but my cookies turned to flat thin pancakes in the oven any idea what went wrong?
Hi Erica, I’m really sorry that they did not turn out well, I don’t know what went wrong, it could happen due to many different reasons
Amazing cookies loved them I used Greek yogurt cream cheese awesome
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WOW…..these sound scrumptious!! I’m going to make them tomorrow to take to a group meeting tuesday nite!!! I CAN’T WAIT(hope I don’t eat too many before class!!!)
I have one question that you may have already answered(sorry!)….will doubling the recipe come out the same? I’ve had some cookie recipes that just don’t work for making a double batch……please help!!!! luv ya!!!
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i switched out the white chocolate for semi-sweet chocolate
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How did you get your cookies so round?
Hi Shannon, you can first drop the batter with tablespoon onto the pan and set in the frizer for couple minutes,then roll each dollop between your hands just a little to give them nicer shape.I often do that when I drop the batter with the spoon and it don’t get nice round shape.
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I made these today to use up some strawberries that were getting a little too ripe. I don’t know what went wrong but these didn’t turn out like cookies but rather like a biscuit. The dough didn’t spread while cooking and they kept their tablespoon size shape. I think it may have been to due to extra flour on thr berries. Disappointed, but they taste good, but nothing like a cookie : (
I had this same issue ?
I am not even a sweets person. Made these for a BBQ. They tasted fresh and light, but decadent at the same time. This recipe is perfect as written. I am already planning the next time I will make these.
Just made these. They were good but came out more like biscuits.
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Thank you for sharing your recipe with the world. I just made these cookies tonight, and my boyfriend loved them and thought they are very delicious.
I was worried about the batter because it was very sticky (and perhaps “gooey”?). It was difficult to drop tablespoons. However, upon reading another cream cheese cookie recipe, I think I could put the entire bowl of batter in the fridge and let it firm up, and then scoop balls out of it. (Now I’m thinking of investing in a melon baller scoop thing).
However even though mine were not shaped perfectly round, they were very delicious so I’m happy overall. I’ll be bringing some to a friend’s birthday barbecue.
Good luck to anyone else trying out the recipe!
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I just made a batch – I had to put them in for almost 18 minutes and they still never browned. However, they remained moist and amazingly delicious.
oh I added some lemon zest to the dough too – so good!
I have two Halloween cookie pans, one in the shape of bones and another in the shape of fingers. I am wondering how these would look using those pans. I will have to try it as one of my Halloween desserts for my party.
hi! can I use strawberry jam in place of the fresh strawberry? How many cup to you think should I use?
Hi Shay, I wouldn’t recommend it as a substitute.
I made these tonight and thought the dough seemed too dry and crumbly but I followed the directions and continued. I used a cookie scoop to make the ball shape. When the oven timer went off I was confused… The cookies had lightly browned on the edges but they had kept the shape and never flattened out at all. They looked like mini biscuits! I’m not sure how they look nothing like a regular cookie when I followed the directions exactly. Really bummed they didn’t turn out!
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Just finished baking these cookies, they’re amazing!!!!! I sub fresh strawberries for dry freeze ones. So I skipped the steps with lemon and flour!! Thanks for recipe!?
Hi! I’m excited to try out your recipe – I’m a little hesitant to add in white chocolate, so is it going to alter the results if I remove them?
Hi Andrea, I think you could skip the white chocolate, just place the cookies in the freezer for 5-10 minutes before baking.
Made these for Valentine’s Day and they are awesome! They were very easy to make just like adding strawberries to a classic chocolate chip recipe. I will be trying these with chocolate chips as well as blueberries and raspberries someday!
Thanks for sharing 🙂
I was just wondering if they need to be refrigerated after baking? I’m guessing so, based on the strawberries, but I’m worried my cookies will get hard?
Made these this morning and brought them to work. My co-workers were coming back for seconds. They are delicious! I used white chocolate chips because they are easier.
These are horrible..pain in the ass fiddily slimy disgusting mess! Wish I could rate it a zero. Followed the recipe exactly. Tasteless and gross
Hi Karen, I’m sorry you din’t like them. These cookies has many lovers, but it’s more the matter of someones taste.
I’m thinking of making these but using strawberry cream cheese vice plain..
I think that might be a great idea. Using the strawberry cream cheese, make it extra yummy right?
I made it from frozen strawberries, it was perfect. I used 4 oz butter instead of 4 oz cream cheese and added 100 grams sugar (instead of ~150 grams), it was a bit sweet for me, but really delicious.
Thanks for the recipe.
Okay…I am so happy I found you and this recipe! Thank you so much! Do you know of a website where I can enter ingredients to figure out the carb count? I am a Celiac but my husband is a diabetic. Any help would be appreciated.
Hi Karen, sorry I can’t help you with that.
Karen if you enter the entire recipe into Spark Recipes http://www.sparkrecipes.com it will tell you the carb count.
Has anyone tried to veganize these yet? Any success?
Tasty, however mine came out more like little biscuits than cookies. Not sure what went wrong. Only thing I skipped is the sanding sugar on top. Perhaps step by step pictures of each step would be beneficial as ive noticed a lot of others had the same results.
these are amazing! do you store them in the fridge and for how long?
Hello, I’m planning to send a cookie care package to some of my friends and I was wondering if these cookies would be safe to mail? Or would the fruit and creamcheese prevent that?
Hi Alice, you better don’t mail these.
Can i omit the cream cheese and if so what can i replace it with?
It appears that you have the sugar in the recipe, but you have left out that step in the instructions…making them now, these look delicious and I’m making them for company.
My first batch has come out of the oven, and they are just what I hoped they would be! I love a chocolate chip cookie, but I wanted something more summery and delicate, and these fit the bill. I did make one little tweak and that was to do 3/4 tsp of vanilla with 1/4 tsp. lemon extract, I also did a bit of lemon zest in the batter as well. It pairs so nicely with the strawberry, white chocolate and cream cheese and I think it gives just a bit of lift to the taste. I did not sprinkle any sugar on as these are just perfect the way they are. Thank you so much for the recipe!
I made the cookies yesterday, I had a problem as the cookies sticked to the pan. Do I need to put butter on the pan before putting the batter? It took me some time to get the cookies out, and of course they couldn’t keep the shape anymore. And, they became so soft this morning. Can I put them in the fridge to store them? Thank you.
I don’t suppose you can cause these to be gluten free and not ruin the whole thing. These cookies look so good but neither my daughter nor I can eat gluten. Most gluten free cookies taste terrible. Any ideas?
I’m sorry Darlene I don’t have any suggestion.
hello, i live in france in europe and unfortunately I can’t realise this recipe because of yours measures. In europe, we do only use grams. Would you help me translating your recipe in grams instead of cups please. It’s difficult for me to converte the cups with the different ingredients solids and softs.
And another precision, your recipe from pinterest is different, could you tell me how many cookies can you make with this recipe ?
Hi Syndia, I’m sorry I don’t this recipe in grams. Follow the recipe on my site, not Pinterest version. It makes 24 cookies.
Hi, I don’t like white chocolate, will the cookies still taste good if I don’t add white chocolate?
Hi Emily, you can skip the white chocolate, just sprinkle more sugar on top.
How many cookies does this make?
Hi Selina, it makes about 24 cookies
oh yum. can’t wait to make. I want to try with raspberries as that’s my best buds favorite.
Made these this morning with frozen strawberries from last summer’s garden. Didn’t use the white chocolate, though I might try it next time – perfectly delicious without the chocolate. This recipe turned out wonderfully soft, sweet-tart, rounded cookies, almost scone-like. I will definitely use it again! Thank you!
Thanks Danielle 🙂
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Hi Vera, just wondering how small you cut the strawberries? Thanks.
Hi Rebecca,cut about 1/3-1/2 inch small cubes
Does anyone have this very same recipe, but with different measure ?
Grams would be perfect.
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Made these yesterday for a friend and they turned out amazing! I sprinkled them with Maldon sea salt flakes instead of sugar. Loved the sweet and salty combo!
These strawberry cookies look fantastic. i would definitely make them. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I wonder if I can use strawberry glaze… My hubby can’t have strawberries because of the seeds
why is it so difficult to get the recipes and print them. its very frustrating. i was trying to get the apple pie cookie recipe with no luck
Do these have to be refrigerated?
Hi Jodi, I wouldn’t keep them too long at room temperature because of the cream cheese. A day or 2 they should hold in an air tight container.
Could i use frozen strawberries for this recipe?
Hi Joye, i think it will turned out soggy.
I made these for a Christmas cookie swap. They were such a hit that they were requested every year since!
Thanks Ashley, I’m so happy to hear that 🙂
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I just made these and they turned out wonderful; however, how long do you wait for them to cool before putting them in a container? After an hour or so, they seemed completely cool so I put them in a container and the next morning they were a little soggy :(. Thanks in advance!!
Hi Victoria, these cookies soften a bit next day, but they shouldn’t be soggy.
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how should the strawberries be chopped? fine? large? long?
Strawberries should be small diced.
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Vera, I love you! I made these last night and they were amazing. I tried to give the recipe 5 stars but it wouldn’t let me 🙁
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These cookies are tart from the strawberries and sweet as well. You can taste the cheesecake and they melt in your mouth. They are positively delicious. Thank you for sharing such a delicious recipe!
Thanks so much Tammy 🙂 !
I left out the cream cheese after my first batch was softer than I like. The cookies are good, I prefer a more crunchy type. My husband really enjoyed them though.
Making these tomorrow, any idea what would be the best way to store these??
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Hi I want to use this recipe for my friends birthday next week and was wondering if I could substitute decorating sugar for sanding sugar? I wasn’t able to find any sanding sugar when I went to the store earlier.
Am from India and this is my second attempt at anything other than choco chip cookies. They turned out awesome! Best cookies I have ever tasted. Everyone in my family loved them. They taste better than strawberry cheesecake. Am in love with these beauties. Only mine took longer than 15 minutes. Each tray of 9 took around 20-25 minutes. Thank you so much for sharing this. This is a classic! ❤️❤️❤️
Thanks Urmi,I’m happy to hear that!
Baked these yesterday and I now have a new favorite cookie!!! My husband usually doesn’t want anything but chocolate chip and he too was impressed. Daughter stopped by yesterday and couldn’t eat just one! My sister wants the recipie too. Love love love! Thanks for the recipe!
Thanks Jan, I’m really happy to hear that!
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I found these a little too sweet but loved the moist texture. Wonder if cranberries are possible sub for strawberries?
I plan on making these for my brothers wedding, so I would like to make in advance. Would think that these would freeze well? Already baked or frozen? Maybe leave out the strawberries until ready to bake?
Is it possible to store the batter in fridge before spooning onto a cookie sheet? I only have apartment size fridge so storage with a whole cookie sheet would be difficult.
Can almond or coconut flour and trivia or stevia be used in this recipe?
Hi Kim, I haven’t tried that, sorry!
This sounds delish! I’d also like to try using cranberries or cherries in a batch!
Great tasting cookies! Followed recipe exactly. I think I’ll try baking soda instead of baking powder to see if that makes more of a cookie texture than cake. Thank you…loved the fresh strawberries.
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This looks amazing, I wish to be able to make that kind of cookies. I might try this later tonight 🙂
My husband just said “these are the best cookies I’ve ever tasted”. Score!
I made these today and they’re amazing! Mine didn’t come out looking like your pic but that’s ok as I’m gonna try again and bring them to my next work conference!
To -die -for – cookies. Thanks Vera for sharing. I’ll be making these again!!
Oh wow those cookies looks amazing, Thanks for sharing that beautiful recipe I will try this tonight at home!
I made these and they came out ok. I followed the recipe to a T. I must of done something wrong 🙁 they are kind of like a softer cake texture.
Made twice – this is a great recipe. First time I did a scant 3/4 c strawberries as wasn’t sure if would be too moist. Second time i did close to 1 c of strawberries. I put extra white chips in cause that is how we roll. Liked the additional strawberries and chips better. These are so delicious – going to make all year round. I think I will try strawberry cream cheese next time just to see what happens. Excellent recipe. Thank you
Was very intrigued by this recipe but disappointed with the overall results. First, they look nowhere near as appealing as your photo. Left mine in the oven for a little longer than suggested time, hoping to get them a little browner, but not even the edges turned brown. Part of baking is the visual appeal and these just looked like uncooked dough on a platter. In addition, if there is such a thing as “too soft” a cookie, then these would fit into that category. Again, left in the oven for longer than the required time and still had the texture of not being fully cooked, at least to me.
The flavor was lovely, but this won’t be a keeper for me!
Can you make these with gluten-free flour without compromising on taste?
I need it too!
Hey! I’m interested in making these but I only have dark chocolate, not white. Will the recipe still work if I replace the white chocolate with the dark?
It will work, maybe you should sprinkle more sugar on top…
Newbie Baker here and I am SO proud of myself for making these cookies. Besides making the standard chocolate chip cookies one time a couple of years ago, these cookies are the first real thing I have ever baked! They taste beyond amazing. I love the soft texture, and the contrast between the sweet chocolate and fresh strawberries works so well. My boyfriend has eaten three of them within 10 minutes! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe. 🙂
Really delicious. The fresh strawberries are definitely the way to go, makes the cookies taste amazing. I thought the white chocolate chips might make it too sweet but it was honestly perfect. The cookies taste more like cake, theyre so soft. Only weird thing is that mine got sort of slimy on top like they were too soft. Maybe if i put sanding sugar like the recipe says it would give it a better texture for the top.
So easy and scrumptious! I followed the directions, but only used one cup of white chocolate chips. Amy more would have been too sweet.
This recipe is a perfect way to use fresh strawberries.
Super excited to make this Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies, seems so delicious . Will love to make this one .
Thanks for sharing these , Cream Cheese Strawberry Cookies, seems so delicious , will love to make this one .
The flavor of these cookies was nice but the cookies ran all over the pan. They were more like strawberry bread. I won’t be making these again.
Hi dear, just wondering how small you cut the strawberries? Thanks for the recipe!
Have you ever used freeze dried strawberries in thus recipe?