12 Stuffed Celery Filling Ideas

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Celery sticks can be stuffed with savory and sweet fillings for an appetizer or quick snack.

You can fill celery sticks with sweet fillings such as peanut butter, almond butter, and hazelnut spread.

Celery sticks can be filled with savory fillings like buffalo chicken, bacon and cheddar, everything bagel, and more!

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Stuffed Celery Filling ideas

Bacon and Cheddar

Bacon cheddar celery is a creamy, spicy stuffed celery snack.

To make the filling, softened cream cheese is whipped with a hand mixer.

Crispy bacon bits, shredded cheddar cheese, chives, hot sauce, parsley, salt, and pepper are added to the cream cheese, and whipped together with the hand mixer.

Celery sticks are cut into 2-3 pieces for an appetizer serving size.

To assemble the appetizer, spoon the filling into the celery sticks.

Garnish with a few chives, and bacon bits on top.

savory cream cheese Stuffed Celery Fillings

Buffalo Chicken

Buffalo chicken stuffed celery sticks are a creamy, spicy celery snack you can make ahead of time, and place it in the fridge until you’re ready to serve it.

Cooked shredded chicken is mixed with softened cream cheese, buffalo sauce, ranch dressing, diced onion, and garlic powder.

Each of the celery sticks is cut into 2-3 pieces for an appetizer serving size.

Spoon the buffalo cream cheese mixture into each of the celery sticks.

You can serve them right away, or cover and place it in the fridge and serve when you’re ready.

Everything Bagel

Everything bagel celery sticks are stuffed with cream cheese infused with everything bagel spices.

To make the filling, softened cream cheese is whipped with a hand mixer.

Poppy seeds, white and black sesame seeds, dried minced garlic, dried minced onion, and sea salt are added to the cream cheese and mixed with the hand mixer.

Cut the celery into 2-3 pieces for an appetizer serving size.

Spoon the cream cheese filling into the celery sticks, and serve.

cream cheese Stuffed Celery Filling ideas

Tuna Salad

Tuna salad celery sticks is a creamy, and tart filling for celery.

Tuna is mixed together with mayo, sweet relish, chopped cilantro leaves, salt and pepper.

Celery sticks are cut into 2-3 pieces.

Tuna salad is spooned into the celery sticks, and can be served immediately.


Avocado stuffed celery sticks are made by mashing avocados to create the base of the filling.

Fresh lemon juice, chopped cilantro leaves, sour cream, olive oil, minced garlic, hot sauce, salt, and pepper are added and mixed into the avocados.

Celery sticks are cut into 2-3 pieces for an appetizer serving size.

Avocado mixture is spooned into the celery sticks, and served immediately.

You’ll want to serve these right away, because if you leave them the avocado can begin to oxidize and turn a brownish color.

Egg Salad

Egg salad stuffed celery sticks are made by hard boiling eggs, and cutting them up into small pieces.

Greek yogurt is mixed together with diced red and orange peppers, chopped fresh basil leaves and chives.

Eggs are folded into the yogurt mixture, and then gently spooned into the wells of celery sticks.

Garnish the celery sticks with a few diced peppers for a pop of color.

yogurt Stuffed Celery Fillings

Dill and Olives

Olive stuffed celery sticks is creamy, and has a hint of dill flavoring.

To make the filling, softened cream cheese is whipped with a hand mixer, along with miracle whip (or mayo) and a little bit of salt.

Dill pickle juice, sweet pickle juice, pitted ripe olive juice, and pimiento stuffed olive juice is added to the cream cheese mixture and whipped together.

Add in diced dill pickles, sweet pickles, pitted ripe olives, pimiento stuffed olives, and chopped pecans.

Mix together to cream the filling for the celery sticks. You can pipe the filling into celery sticks, or spoon it into the wells of the celery sticks.

Pimento Cheese

Pimento cheese is a creamy, tangy filling for celery sticks.

Pimento cheese is mixed together with mayo, Worcestershire sauce, chopped onions, and red pepper flakes.

Pimento cheese mixture is spooned into the wells of the celery sticks, and then topped with grated cheddar cheese.

Pimento cheese celery topping is garnished with a bit of paprika.

Roasted Garlic Hummus

Roasted garlic hummus is a chickpea filling for celery sticks that has a hint of garlic to it.

Roasted garlic hummus is made by roasting garlic in the oven.

When the roasted garlic is finished cooking, and has cooled down, squish out the roasted garlic cloves.

To make the roasted garlic hummus, chickpeas, tahini, roasted garlic cloves, lemon juice, olive oil and water are added to a food processor.

The mixture is blended until smooth, and then it’s ready to spoon into the celery sticks for a savory snack.

Almond Butter

Celery has a circular center, which will hold almond butter nicely in the center of it.

You can also add raisins or chocolate chips to have a sweetened celery stick topping.

sweet Stuffed Celery Filling

Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is a filling topping for celery for an easy snack.

You can top peanut butter celery sticks with:

  • raisins
  • chocolate chips
  • almonds
  • pretzels
  • apple pieces
  • sunflower seeds
  • banana slices
Stuffed Celery Filling recipes

Hazelnut Spread

Hazelnut spread is a chocolatey and nutty topping for celery sticks.

Hazelnut spread is a thin sauce so you can spoon the sauce into the center well of the celery stick. It can be a bit messy!!

You can top hazelnut sauce celery sticks with:

  • chopped hazelnuts
  • dried cranberries
  • raspberries
  • strawberries
  • banana slices

No Bake Lemon Tart Recipe

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No bake lemon tart recipe is made with a pie crust recipe for the tart shell, and lemon cream for the filling.

We use lemon cream which is a bit less tart, and it’s more creamy because of the added butter to the custard mixture at the end. You’ll love the luxcious lemon flavor.

The pie crust tart recipe makes 2 – 8” tarts.

No Bake Lemon Tart Recipe

Pie Crust Tart Recipe

How to make a tart using a pie crust recipe
Prep Time20 minutes
Active Time3 hours
Total Time3 hours 20 minutes
Course: Dessert
Keyword: pie crust, tart
Yield: 2 8” tart shells


  • 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2/3 cup icing sugar
  • 1/3 cup almond flour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2/3 cup unsalted butter cubed, room temperature
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract


  • Sift flour, icing sugar and almond flour. Measure out the required amounts into a stand mixer bowl. Add salt.
  • Using the paddle attachment for your stand mixer, add the butter and mix on low until the mixture becomes a bit grainy.
  • Add the egg and vanilla extract and continue mixing. Stop when the dough is just barely combined.
  • Finish the dough by combining the remaining dry ingredients left in the bowl on the counter with your hands. Make 2 dough balls and cover them in plastic wrap. Chill for 2-3 hours.
  • Roll out the dough on a floured surface until it's 1/4'' in thickness. Grease your 8'' tart pans with butter. Place your rollout dough on the tart pan. Press the dough into the tart pan to make sure its secure. Cut the excess dough using a sharp knife. Place the dough in the fridge for 15 min. Pierce the dough with a fork, not all of the way through the dough. Make several fork dents in the dough. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Bake your tart for 18 min. If you're making mini tarts, bake for 8-12 min. Remove and let cool. Brush the tart with melted white chocolate and let the chocolate solidify before filling your tart with the filling. This will prevent the tart shell from become soggy.

No Bake Lemon Tart Recipe

How to make lemon tart filling
Course: Dessert
Keyword: tart filling
Yield: 2 8” tarts


  • 3 tbsp lemon zest
  • 1 cup sugar granulated
  • 4 eggs
  • 3/4 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1 1/4 cups unsalted butter cubed


  • Place lemon zest and sugar in a bowl and rub the 2 together to release the lemon flavor. Whisk in your eggs and lemon juice.
  • Place mixture into a double boiler and cook on low. The mixture will become thick as you whisk it throughout the entire cooking process. Once it has thickened and becomes darker cook it for another 5 solid minutes. Whisk the mixture continuously.
  • Strain the lemon zest out of the lemon cream by using a strainer or colander. Push the cream mixture through the strainer using the back of a spoon or a spatula.
    how to make lemon tart filling
  • Whisk in cubed butter and mix until smooth.
  • Cover and chill for 3-4 hours in the fridge.
  • Remove the mixture from the fridge and mix it until it's softened up and smooth. Fill the tart shell with the lemon cream and chill it for 45 min. It's ready to serve, or store it in the fridge for up to 3 days.
    No Bake Lemon Tart Recipe

How to make sure your tart won’t become soggy?

Melt white chocolate and brush the surface of your tart with it. Cover as much of the sides and the bottom as you can. Chill the chocolate in the fridge until it solidifies. Fill your tart once it’s solid.

12 Easy No Bake Recipes for Seniors

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Seniors find it difficult to prepare, cook, heat, and use the stove at some point in their lives.

This can make it very difficult for family members to ensure they are getting the appropriate nutrition and calories needed to sustain their diet.

Seniors tend to shy away from asking for help, so it’s up to their family members to read cues and signals indicating that they need help with meals. 

Easy No Bake Recipes for Seniors

Some of our favorite easy no bake recipes for seniors

Easy No Bake Recipes for Seniors

If you would like to prepare meals ahead for seniors, they can take these meals out of the fridge and serve them chilled, without having to bake anything or use the stove.

  • Pasta salad
  • Chicken wrap
  • Vietnamese wrap
  • Potato salad

Knowing that your aging parents or grandparents have healthy meals to fill their fridge will give you peace of mind when you can’t be with them. Make sure they have a couple of meals at all times so they have some variety to choose from. No one wants to eat the same meal repeatedly day after day. You might find it easier to prepare large meals like these for your family, and the seniors in your life. Try to make it as easy as you can on yourself, as adding cooking for other family members can take a toll. Allocate time to prep, cook, and deliver your meals for yourself each week so you don’t feel pressed for time. The seniors in your life will be so grateful for all of the help they receive from their family.