Sunday, May 31, 2009

Cheesecake Pops!

Cheesecake Pops

Okay, be honest. How many of you saw this coming? After last week’s cheesecake success, It was finally the perfect opportunity to give these little treats a try. The first time I remember seeing them was April, a year ago. I remember because I had not been home long after showing Martha how to make Cupcake Pops. I was looking at some of my favorite blogs and everywhere I looked, I started seeing chocolate covered balls on sticks. I mean everywhere. I was like, holy cow, Martha really has some heavy mojo. Then, I laughed at myself when I realized, Martha and I had nothing to do with it. The pops I was seeing were part of a Daring Bakers Challenge where tons of bloggers tackle a new dessert each month and that month they had coincidentally picked cheesecake pops inspired by the book Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey. Well, I finally saw this book a couple of weeks ago in the bookstore, and I had to immediately have it. Let me just tell you, it is a feast for your sugar-loving eyes. When I flipped through it again last weekend, I was reminded of all those beautiful cheesecake pops and it seemed only natural for me to finally give them a go.

And, it didn’t hurt any that I had half a plain jane cheesecake sitting in the refrigerator waiting to be experimented on.


I used a small ice cream scoop and scooped up as many balls as I could, trying not to scrape the graham cracker crust into it. I didn’t want it to look ugly, you know. I guess, if I was going to make these on purpose, I would bake my cheesecake in a regular 2-3″ high cake pan and not use a crust at all.

Scooped Cheesecake

I got 12 easy, from half of the cheesecake. I could have probably squeaked out a couple more, but I might have eaten a few sections of cheesecake along the way. Maybe.

I didn’t really roll these, but I did kind of shape them a little to make them more round.

Cheesecake Balls

And, then because they were lumpier than I am used to with the cake pops, I dropped each one in a small bowl filled with graham cracker crumbs and rolled it around to coat. This helped to shape them better as well.

Then, I popped them in the freezer for a few minutes to firm up. (Maybe about 20-30 min. for these.)

While they were chilling. I heated up some chocolate candy melts in the microwave (30 sec intervals, stirring in between) and got my sticks and decorations ready.


I went with teeny tiny hearts in red, white and pink. A hearts and jimmies mix in red, white pink and brown … and also just some dark chocolate that I chopped up in a mini food processor.

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So, after the balls became firm, I dipped one end of my lollipop stick in some of the melted candy coating and then inserted it into the cheesecake ball. I immediately dunked the pop in a deep bowl of melted candy coating and then sprinkled to decorate. Each one was then placed in a styrofoam block to completely dry. Then, they went in the refrigerator to await their fate.

Note: It will really help if you use a bowl that is deep enough to completely submerge the pop in chocolate and remove in one motion. It also helps if your chocolate is on the thinner side. (You can melt a little shortening in it to thin it out some.) Once, you remove it, carefully tap the excess off while balancing the pop on the stick. You may need to rotate your hand so that gravity keeps the pop in place long enough for the chocolate to start to set around the base. Add the decorations before it sets too much also or they won’t stick to the surface. These were slightly harder to manage than the cake pops. One… they were larger and heavier because of using the scooper. Two… the cheesecake texture wasn’t as sticky as the cake pop mixture.

But… I think they turned out beautifully.

Let’s take a closer look…

Cheesecake Pops

A little closer.

Cheesecake Pops


Cheesecake Close-Up

Whoops, just couldn’t resist. YUM-O-RAMA!

So, you say you don’t want to do a balancing act to make all these on sticks. Here’s another way you can do it. And it’s easier.

Cheesecake Pops

Take your graham cracker-coated cheesecake ball and drop it in the bowl of melted candy coating.

Cheesecake Balls

Don’t stir it. Just spoon some chocolate over the top until it is covered. Then, scoop it out with a spoon and tap off some of the excess by tapping the spoon on the side of the bowl. Then, just let it slide right off onto some wax paper. Insert your stick and add any decorations. Told you this was easier. I didn’t tap these as much as I do regular cake balls because I was going for the Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey look that Jill O’Connor shows in her book.

Cheesecake Pops

Messy looks good, too, don’t you think?

If you want to make some Cheesecake Pops … you will need:

Cheesecake (Buy one if you want to get straight to the fun stuff. Shhh… I won’t tell. You can also use this recipe.)
Mini ice cream scoop
Chocolate candy melts
Lollipop sticks
Wax paper
Dark chocolate, chopped
Graham cracker crumbs
Dipping bowl
Styrofoam block


Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey if you want to feast your eyes on more messy yumminess.

You can also check the Google results for the Daring Baker’s Cheesecake Pop Challenge and see tons more versions to drool over.


~Bobbi~ said...

Oh Mama! I don't think we could be friends in real life. I would be so much bigger than I am now! Or I wouldn't leave your house all day long. You're an inspiration. Everything looks so simple when you do it.

June 24, 2009 03:36 AM
Melissa said...

You are really amazing! My cousin recently sent me links to 2 of your postings and I am completely in awe of your work. Pictures, recipes, decorating tips…everything!!! I have a question about candy melts….are they chocolate and would be similar to chocolate wafer candy? I'm from Toronto, and I've never seen anything referred to as candy melts! Thanks for your inspiration! I am going to attempt the cheesecake pops just as soon as this is clarified!

July 24, 2009 02:00 AM
bakerella said...

Melissa – it's also called candy coating, chocolate bark, almond bark. It's basically chocolate that is already tempered

July 28, 2009 01:18 AM
Melissa said...

I did it! Bakerella, you truly are inspirational. We celebrated my grandmother's 96th birthday and she loved the cheesecake pops! Since I didn't have sprinkles handy, I chopped up smarties and a Hershey's Cookies and Cream Bar to decorate! The pops were a huge hit. And, I figured out that the "candy melts" that you referred are called chocolate wafers here in Toronto! Thanks for the tips! This dessert is a winner!

August 3, 2009 02:15 AM
Ashley Brockinton said...

Yummm! What a great idea. For those with a gluten allergy these would be sooo easy to make gluten free!

August 21, 2009 07:39 PM
Bell said...

Your blog is amazing! Wow… your cheesecake Pops looks so professional! I love the colorful sprinkles too. That is just the cutest photo ever! I love it wonderful job on your cheesecake pops. Your cheesecake pops bring a broad smile to my face. I'd like to make these for my daughters birthday. But i have one question if you set the truffles on the waxed paper, does it not squash the roundness on the top? just curious, thanks.

August 31, 2009 12:22 PM
Dalal said...

talk about yuminess!

September 24, 2009 08:58 PM
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September 28, 2009 06:18 PM
Mommassoapbox said...

This would be great for my daughters birthday party! Girls just love cutsie stuff like this!

October 6, 2009 10:30 PM
Nicole said...

how would i bake the cheese cake without the crust?? Like how to make it not stick to my pan?

Thanks! (making carrot ones now!)

November 21, 2009 05:54 PM
Natalia said...


I jus found this blog and you´re killing me with all these amazing recipes. These cheesecake Pops look delicious, I can´t wait to taste them.

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

November 23, 2009 03:05 PM
Tammy said...

is it okay to use frozen cheesecake with this recipe?

November 23, 2009 04:22 PM
bakerella said...

Tammy – go for it.

Nicole – you can use the cheesecake recipe and bake it without the crust since you are basically scooping out the insides anyway.

November 25, 2009 06:27 PM
Erin said...

Tried these for a holiday party this weekend – made a crustless cheesecake I found on that came out great, and then made the pops and dipped in melted semi-sweet chocolate (I just happen to not be a big fan of the flavor of candy melts). I decorated and they were a huge hit! Such a great idea!

December 20, 2009 09:35 AM
Tab said...

These look wonderful- been making cake pops for a while now but never tried cheesecake. I can’t wait to see how they come out.

December 27, 2009 01:50 PM
Holly said...

I tried to bake it without the crust and it didnt turn out… (moisture isnt right?)
Ive never had a failed cheesecake… I think you NEED the crust for the baking…

totally bummed, but Ill try again another day I guess.

December 27, 2009 11:35 PM
Holly said...

ok I take it back, Im impatient, overnight in the fridge did a cheesecake good and they turned out great!

December 29, 2009 03:27 PM
Nat said...

a dream come true *0*

January 2, 2010 02:36 PM
jitter buggitio said...

we made those they are so good

January 5, 2010 07:32 PM
Catherine said...

I was needing a good Valentines treat for some special ones, I think this is it!! Thanks for your creativity!!

January 18, 2010 11:53 AM
kpalace said...

lets make it happen

February 1, 2010 10:55 PM
mia said...

u just keep on amazing me! good job!

February 2, 2010 09:26 AM
Bridget Moynihan said...

Is there any difference between the chocolate bark and chocolate squares? I have a bunch of bakers chocolate squares and wondered if it would affect the outcome.

February 3, 2010 05:19 PM
bakerella said...

Bridget – bars are better for baking. Bark is better for coating.

February 3, 2010 09:51 PM
fishheadd said...

hey, these look really great. just wondering, how long can these be kept outside!

February 9, 2010 01:35 PM
Jackie Willard said...

These look awesome, my mouth is already watering!!

February 10, 2010 11:36 PM
Lindsey said...

I love cheesecake and thee look so fun! What a good idea for a party. Very creative. Thanks!

February 11, 2010 11:49 AM
sha. said...

how do I make the cheese cake into these pops. If I make the cheesecake dough will it be like sticky instead of gooey?

February 13, 2010 01:21 AM
Abby said...

one word…….


February 27, 2010 06:22 PM
momboys said...

QUESTION: How much in advance can these cheesecake pops be made? One of the things I love about making cheesecake is that it can be done in advance — but I’m not sure about the chocolate covering on these — how will they hold up in the fridge or freezer? Thanks!

March 2, 2010 07:59 AM
PastryPrincess said...

i made similar ones a while ago and people were so surprised because they had never seen anything like these balls! ;) they thought they were truffles until they bit into them. what a great idea! it took quite a while to make them but they’re great as gifts too. oh boy, i still havent posted them yet, oops…

March 6, 2010 06:21 AM
Paulina said...

Absolutely adorable, I really want to try one of those, and actually I will, I’m going to bake a cheese cake and try this, I love your website ;)

March 15, 2010 02:08 AM
Destiny said...

I know it was awhile since you posted but do you think I can use a no bake chessecake mix and get the same results?

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Maybe I am just not doing something right.

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June 6, 2010 10:07 PM
Ana said...

Can I use chocolate coating (the kind you dunk strawberries in to make chocolate strawberries) to dip the cheese cake balls?

June 23, 2010 08:01 PM
Crystal Finley said...

cake balls

June 29, 2010 02:43 PM
Avni said...

I could eat them in one bite!

July 1, 2010 02:07 PM
phoenix jones said...

i made these for a bunco party last night and they were a big hit!! thanks for all the great ideas :)

July 11, 2010 05:09 PM
Guest2010 said...

I LOVE IT!!! I just made some and they are absolutely AMAZING!!! I am making these for my daughters birthday party on friday. Thank you so much for sharing! I heart you!

July 27, 2010 05:44 PM
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August 7, 2010 06:54 PM
Natalie said...

I tried making these for my daughter’s birthday and I was nearly cursing over it! The cheesecake balls kept falling off of the stick and breaking in half when I was dipping them in the chocolate. It was a big mess. Somehow, I saved enough of them to serve, but they weren’t smooth at all. Tasted good, though. I am planning on making the cake balls for a baby shower this weekend. I don’t want to run into the same problem. Any tips/tricks I haven’t figured out yet? Is it better when they’re frozen before you dip and can you also freeze them after you dip them? Thanks!

August 30, 2010 07:01 PM
Elzabeth Pride said...

These look…. good!
(Makes a sad face)
To bad I’m no cheese fan.
I can only manage a bite of the stuff.
Weird, Cause My elderly aunts specialty is….. you guessed it. Cheesecake. I want to cry when I see them.
I’m sure if I was a fan, I’d be at the grocery like, NOW

September 1, 2010 02:58 PM
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September 11, 2010 01:08 PM
Jeannie Pence said...

Have to try these……so many to try…..don’t know where to start!!!

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October 1, 2010 10:22 PM
Gillian said...

Just wanted to thank you, I won my block party baking contest with cheesecake pops!

October 5, 2010 12:39 PM
Sophia said...

Hmmm….What a yummy blog! I love reading your blog so much. It’s Thursday night 10:20 pm. I’m so going to grab some sweet in my fridge! I’m definitely going to try out your cheesecake pops! They look so delish! I love baking. I used to bake a lot with my aunt a lot when I was younger. I’ ve DIY projects and posted on My favorite is this yummy chocolate chip cookie stix. Hop on:

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October 14, 2010 10:32 PM
Wendy Smith said...

this is so cute!! I can’t wait to get my own book and start trying these cute little desserts myself!!

October 21, 2010 04:13 PM
Sharon said...

I had trouble with the sticks as well so I ended up just making small balls that fit into mini cupcake papers. I’m not a big fan of the chocolate melts and opted for Guittard’s French Vanilla Semi-Sweet Dark – 54% cocoa content and Gourmet Bittersweet- 63% cocoa content. The semi-sweet was a perfect for those who like a sweeter dessert, while the bittersweet was a perfect foil for the sweetness of the cheesecake. They are so easy to decorate (I tend toward drizzles of white chocolate or very tiny gumpaste flowers). Add my thanks to all the others for your generous sharing of this fabulous idea.

November 9, 2010 04:58 PM
Jo said...

Wow, these cheesecake pops look amazing!!

November 21, 2010 07:16 AM
Rachel Elizabeth Dare said...

To tell you the truth, These look more pretty/formal than pretty/cute. Ya know, I had a hunch……. these pop things? How can you be sure that they’re not to big? Okay it sounds stupid but it’s true. Some people are very very VERY picky where I live. Sad, but true…… I’ve found a tablespoon is way too big, but a teaspoon too small……

November 22, 2010 04:19 PM
Christi said...

Love this!! I have an idea!! Try using the tub of philadelphia cheesecake filling!

November 22, 2010 04:32 PM
Jana said...

I’ve been wanting to try these for a LONG time, and I’m throwing a bachelorette party next month, so I decided that I’d practice these for thanksgiving tomorrow so I don’t have ugly ones for the part, I didn’t do the pops because I couldn’t find sticks but OH MY FREAKING LORD!!!!! I used this chocolate that’s ready to microwave (kroger brand I think?) that has it’s own tray, and I coated them with chopped hazelnuts and they were so flipping good it’s not even funny. I like the chocolate because it dries right away (unlike our chocolate fondue Valentines fiasco earlier this year) so I was able to keep it relatively ball-like and mess free, and go through them quickly, always a plus the NIGHT before thanks giving! (And I bought your book on Kindle LURVES IT!!!!! I totally cried when I saw you became published, like a ‘real person’ and there you were on amazon! It’s very inspiring!)

November 25, 2010 01:03 AM
yasmin said...

its sweet but not yum hmmmmmmmmmmmm ha you cant make a cake

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December 8, 2010 12:34 AM
Iazzy said...

Hi Bakerella! I love your works! I just made the cheesecake pops and it turned out great! But I would like to know how should I store these cheesecake pops? Should it be kept in the fridge for all times? Or can it be left in a cool, dry place like the cakepops? Thanks!!

December 8, 2010 02:06 AM
frances said...

what is the best chocolate to use to make cake pops or cheesepops?

December 10, 2010 01:30 PM
Jenny said...

Can anyone tell me how many days I have to store these in the fridge for sharing after they are dipped? Thanks!

December 15, 2010 08:12 AM
Sweetie pie said...

Hi bakerella. I love cheesecake and pops. Thanks for combinbing the two. I think I will have a feast tonight. It is my friends birthday and I am making all your sweets.YUM! :)

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January 10, 2011 09:03 PM
Silvia said...

I can´t find the recipe for the chessecake, could someone help me?I can´t wait to start cooking this fabulous recipe

January 18, 2011 07:05 AM
tami said...

Can I use dove chocolate to dip these in?

January 20, 2011 04:37 AM
tami said...

Never mind–I went ahead and tried it with the Dove chocolate and it is fabulous! Love your blog!

January 21, 2011 06:32 PM
Ry said...

These look so adorable! And so delicious! I will definitely be making these and the very near future. They’d be great for Valentine’s Day! Also, for these, could they be made without the sticks?

January 24, 2011 01:59 PM
J said...

these are soo darn cute! i love them, what a great idea! i would love to make these for my child’s daycare teachers as a Valentine’s day treat. Do you think store-bought cheesecake would work just as well as a homemade one? I’ve never made a cheesecake on my own before. Also, do these melt quickly? Wondering how to store them when driving to daycare Monday morning if I make them Sunday night. Any thoughts would be appreciated!

February 11, 2011 01:36 PM
Erica said...

Hi, this may be a stupid question but do I need to refridgerate the cheesecake pops? or can I leave them out?


February 11, 2011 04:32 PM
Bea said...

PLEASE COME TO ENGLAND!!!!!!!!(somerset)
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February 12, 2011 08:20 AM
Yvonne said...

Hi! I’m planning on making these in a couple of days, I was wondering where you bought your ice cream scooper? I bought one at Michael’s awhile back but it was plastic and broke down too quick! What brand is yours?

February 13, 2011 09:41 PM
Yvonne said...

nevermind on my last question. How many pops does your cheesecake recipe make?

February 14, 2011 04:04 PM

These look very yummy….and so simple to make. I’m sure I can make these…and I can’t wait to try them my mouth is watering.

February 23, 2011 01:36 PM
Heather H. said...

Do you think that these would work if the cheesecake was dipped in melted butterscotch chips? I had a “something cheesecake and butterscotch” request for a bachelorette party and am thinking finger food.

February 24, 2011 05:45 PM
Lydia said...

These are amazingly delicious! A friend’s birthday was this week and we made these in a group effort:
- I provided the idea from the blog and purchased two cheesecakes
- someone made a gluten-free cheesecake
- someone brought the chocolate and sticks
- someone provided the kitchen
And the birthday boy declared it a wonderful success.

Thanks Bakerella!

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Love the cheesecake pop idea – I have had several requests for them, but I have always said they couldn’t be done because they would need refrigerated. am I right? Would these need to be kept in the fridge?

Your book has helped me tremendously! Thanks for the tips!

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such a great post, and these cheesecake pops are sooo yummy. Did those for mothers day last weekend.
Go check it out:

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Bee said...

When you say vanilla, do you mean extract or the beans?

May 23, 2011 04:39 PM
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OMG a perfect mix of my two favourite food groups…. cheesecake and chocolate, I think i am in heaven ;)

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