How to make Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries

Greetings, fellow culinary enthusiasts! I’m Mark Zoch, your go-to guide here at The Dinner Dude, and today, we’re embarking on a delightful journey of flavors and textures. On our menu is a crowd-pleaser: Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries. Scrumptious, light, and visually stunning, this dish is a sensory experience that brings together the freshness of cucumber, the creamy tang of cream cheese, and the sweet-tart burst of raspberries.

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries recipe

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries
The radiant raspberries that sparked the idea for the cucumber flower with cream cheese and raspberries

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries

Scenographic, easy and tasty; the only difficulty can be represented by carving the cucumber: this fresh recipe will be a wonderful idea to start a menu, with a sparkling white cold wine or a champagne glass!
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Creamy cheese, cucumber
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 95kcal
Cost: $15


1 knife
1 zigzag shape


  • 1 medium cucumber
  • Creamy cheese to taste
  • Raspberries to taste
  • Fresh mint to taste


  • Wash the cucumber well, cut it with a knife into pieces of about 3 cm. If you want to create a zigzag shape of the edges you can use a carving knife for vegetables or a sharp knife.
  • Put the creamy cheese in a sac-a-poche with a star spout and create some tufts over the cucumber. If you would like, you can flavor the cheese with grated untreated lemon zest.
  • Wash the raspberries well and arrange one on each cucumber. Garnish with mint previously washed.
  • Tips: to give te cucumber the flower shape, use a carving knife for vegetables like this or use a use a sharp knife and patiently create the design yourself.



You can really replace the vegetables in this recipe with the one you love: the only thing you must pay attention to, is the combination between the
vegetable chosen and the fruit you are going to use. An example? Celery will not match with raspberries but will match with green apples and sweet creamy cheese!
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Calories: 95kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 3g
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The Spiralizer: Creating Cucumber Ribbons

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries
The process of blending room-temperature cream cheese to achieve a creamy consistency.

One of my favorite kitchen gadgets is the spiralizer. It’s a versatile tool that can transform our humble cucumber into elegant ribbons. Imagine the cucumber flower with cream cheese and raspberries, but instead of the usual slices, you have thin, delicate ribbons of cucumber spiraling around the cream cheese and raspberry filling. Not only does it add a touch of sophistication to the dish, but it also alters the texture, making each bite a unique experience.

Tips for making Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries
Achieving a balance of flavors with the right amount of raspberries

My love affair with the cucumber flower with cream cheese and raspberries began quite unexpectedly. I was at a local farmers’ market, lost in the vibrant colors and enticing aromas, when I stumbled upon the most radiant raspberries. As I stood there, an idea blossomed – why not create something that celebrates these fresh flavors?

From there, my culinary adventure took me to the humble cucumber and the classic cream cheese. The result was a harmonious symphony of flavors that I knew I had to share with you all. So, let’s delve into the cooking tips, serving suggestions, and answer some FAQs about this delightful dish.

Cooking Tips for the Perfect Cucumber Flower with Cream Cheese and Raspberries

  • Selecting the right cucumber: Opt for English cucumbers as they possess a thinner skin and fewer seeds, allowing for a smoother texture and more delicate flavor.
  • Handling cream cheese: Ensure your cream cheese is at room temperature before blending it with the other ingredients. This will aid in achieving a smooth and creamy consistency.
  • Balancing the raspberries: While raspberries add a beautiful tartness to the dish, too many can overpower the subtle cucumber and cream cheese flavors. Strive for a balanced taste.
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Serving Suggestions for Your Cucumber Flower with Cream Cheese and Raspberries

Cucumber flower with cream cheese and rasperries
A close-up of the delicate cucumber flower, a testament to patience and practice.

Presentation is everything when it comes to this dish. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Garnish: A sprinkle of fresh herbs or a drizzle of balsamic reduction can elevate the visual appeal and add a sophisticated touch.
  • Pairing: This dish pairs well with a crisp white wine or a light rose, complementing the dish’s refreshing flavors.
  • Plating: Serve the cucumber flower on individual plates or a large platter, allowing guests to marvel at the culinary masterpiece.

Frequently Asked Questions about Cucumber Flower with Cream Cheese and Raspberries

  • Can I use a different type of cheese? Absolutely! While cream cheese offers the best texture and flavor balance, feel free to experiment with other soft cheeses like goat cheese or ricotta.
  • Are there any other fruits that would work well in this dish? Blueberries, strawberries, or even pomegranate seeds could add a unique twist.
  • Can this dish be made ahead of time? Yes, you can prepare the components separately a day in advance. However, assemble just before serving to maintain freshness.
  • How can I get the perfect flower shape? Patience and practice are key. Use a sharp knife to make thin slices and then roll them carefully.
  • What if my cucumber slices break while shaping them into flowers? No worries! They still taste great and can be used as a delicious topping for salads or sandwiches.

Now that we’ve mastered the art of creating cucumber flowers with cream cheese and raspberries, why not experiment with different kitchen tools? If you have a spiralizer, try creating cucumber ribbons instead of slices for a whimsical twist. Or perhaps employ a melon baller to scoop out raspberry-sized balls of cucumber for a fun and visually appealing variation.

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