I was trying to come up with a quick and fun dessert for my mom's graduations that looks fancy but is easy to make and I came up with these little cheesecake bites. This picture does not do them justice, probably because this picture is terrible!
2 C milk
1 (8oz) package cream cheese
1 (3.4oz) package white chocolate instant pudding mix
1 package vanilla cream sandwich cookies (golden oreos work well)
cut fruit for topping
Tinfoil baking cups
Step 1: Lay all of your tinfoil muffin cups out on a cookie sheet (you want to use the foil cups because they'll hold up better than the paper ones). Place one cookie in the bottom of each cup.
Put cream cheese and milk in a blender and mix well. Add the pudding mix to the blender, mix and let sit for a minute or two until the mixture stiffens up. When the consistency is like that of thick pudding use a spoon (I used an ice cream scoop and it worked perfectly) so plop some on to your cookies. You don't want to overfill the cups, leave about 3/4" from the top of the cup unfilled.
Step 3: Top with cut fresh fruit. I used strawberries on the trial run and then blackberries on the ones for my mom's graduation which I unfortunately did not get a picture of. Serve fairly soon after making, as time goes on, the pudding will seep into the cookie making it soggy, still good, but not as good. Enjoy!