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No-Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake Pops

Peanut butter cheesecake batter is dipped into melted chocolates, creating these simple treats, perfect for Halloween!






This is Halloween, this is Halloween.... I made these cute little cheesecake pops a few years back, when I hosted a Monster High party, for my daughter and her friends.

I have to tell you that these pops were a total hit. The kids (and moms alike) LOVED how cute they were and how delicious they tasted. By the end of the party, I think there was only 2 or so left. Just enough for my son to try one. I decided to decorate my pops as pumpkins and mummies, because I had some fun black/orange, and black/white, paper straws that I had bought over the summer. 

This recipe could not be easier. 3 ingredients, plus your different colours of melting chocolate. I think the hardest and most frustrating part was that as the pops sat, after being dipped, some started to crack. Not sure why. I simply piped a small amount of chocolate on the cracks and went on with my work. Queenie watched in anticipation as I piped on jack-o-lantern faces and mummy bandages. So easy to make, so delicious and perfect for any occasion.





{No Bake} Peanut Butter Cheesecake Pops


1 8oz block of cream cheese, softened
1/2 C creamy peanut butter
1/4 C powdered sugar
1 C orange molding chocolate wafers
1 C white molding chocolate wafers
1/4 C green molding chocolate wafers
1/4 C black molding chocolate wafers
red chocolate covered chocolate chips (or colour of choice)
black and white/black and orange paper straws

In a mixing bowl, beat together the cream cheese, peanut butter and powdered sugar until smooth and fully combined. 

Using a small cookie scoop, scoop equal amounts of cheesecake dough onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Gently roll each scoop of dough into a ball and insert a straw into the center of each ball. Place in freezer for no less than 1 hr.

Heat the orange and white molding chocolate wafers, in two separate microwavable bowls (I used coffee mugs); using 30 second intervals, until melted.

Take frozen cheesecake bites and dip half into the melted white chocolate and the other half into the melted orange chocolate; gently shaking off the excess chocolate. Return to the parchment lined baking sheet. Once all dipped, return to freezer to set; about 5 minutes. 

Pour any remaining melted white chocolate into a disposable piping bag, or zip top bag. Take the white chocolate dipped cheesecake pops from the freezer and using remaining white chocolate, pipe lines to resemble mummy bandages. Add eyes using a dab of melted chocolate and the red candy coated chocolate chips. Return to the freezer to set.

Meanwhile, heat the green and black molding chocolate wafers, in two separate microwavable bowls; using 30 second intervals, until melted. Pour each bowl of melted chocolate into a disposable piping bag, or zip top bag. Snip the tiniest of holes at the end of each piping bag. 

For the stem, pipe green melted chocolate around the stick, at the top of the orange cheesecake pops. Using the black melted chocolate, pipe jack-o-lantern faces on one side of the pops. Return to the freezer to set.

In a small bowl, combine any remaining melted white chocolate, with remaining melted black chocolate, to make a grey colour. Pour the grey chocolate into a zip top bag and snip the tiniest of holes in one end. Pipe a mouth onto the mummy cheesecake pops.

Keep pops in freezer until ready to serve.


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Comments

  1. These look so great! I will have to try them😍

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  2. love this, super cute! thanks for the great tips!

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  3. I like that it is simply 3 ingredients and is so much fun, both to decorate and eat!

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  4. Ooo what a fun and festive treat! I love that it only includes 3 ingredients. My son would love this!

    Maureen | www.littlemisscasual.com

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  5. Welcome back to the Hearth and Soul Link Party, Cindy! I'm so pleased to see you are blogging again. What a fun idea for Halloween! I'm featuring these cute cheesecake pops at the party this week. Thank you so much for being a part of Hearth and Soul.

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    1. Thanks so much for all your support with my blogging return and for featuring my Cheesecake Pops. xo

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  6. Thank you for sharing your cake pops on Oh My Heartsie Girls Wonderful Wednesday (omhgww)
    Hope to have you stop by again this week.
    Have a great week!

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  7. oh yes - this is exactly what i need right now - thank you - time to start planning for halloween

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  8. I'm sure I read somewhere once that this combo was a favourite of Elvis but I may have that wrong! Thanks for joining us at Handmade Monday and sharing this with us :-)

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