Lemon Cheesecake Pops

 Surprise! Today we are inviting you ALL to a virtual baby shower honoring Kelly from Life Made Sweeter and Hilary from My Own Blog Review. To celebrate, we are sharing 12 recipes and crafts that are ready to “pop”. Make sure to “pop” over and check out everyone’s posts. Congratulations Kelly and Hilary!
When I was deciding what to make within the theme “ready to pop,” I already knew I was planning on making a Lemon Cheesecake.  I thought it would be great to make the delicious cheesecake into pops.  These Lemon Cheesecake Pops would be great to serve at any event or at a baby shower.  You can even use any flavor of cheesecake you like and use any color of chocolate and any color of sprinkles to decorate. I think the yellow is great and pretty for a shower, especially when the couple does not know the sex of the baby, but you could always make these blue or pink.
These Lemon Cheesecake Pops were so good.  I used my Lemon Cheesecake recipe and saved some pieces without the strawberry filling on top.  You could even just scrape the filling off of some of the leftover pieces.  The cheesecake pops tasted really great dipped in white chocolate and with sprinkles on top.  I think I even liked these better than cake pops.  I hope you make these cheesecake pops for your next event.


Lemon Cheesecake Pops

Yield: 9 cheesecake pops

Lemon Cheesecake Pops


  • Lemon Cheesecake
  • Cake pop or lollipop sticks
  • 1 cup white chocolate melts, melted
  • Yellow sprinkles (optional)


  1. Using a spoon, scoop the lemon cheesecake into golf ball sized balls. Place the balls on a cookie sheet or plate covered with parchment paper. Freeze the cheesecake balls for at least an hour.
  2. Take the cheesecake balls out of the freezer and melt a tiny bit of the white chocolate. Dip the sticks in the melted white chocolate and push the stick about half way into the cheesecake ball. Then freeze the balls for another 5 minutes to allow the chocolate to harden.
  3. Melt the remaining white chocolate according to package directions. Then dip the cheesecake balls into the white chocolate. If using sprinkles, once dipped, immediately sprinkle the sprinkles around the cheesecake ball. Place on the parchment paper to dry. Place in the freezer for about another 10 minutes for the cheesecake balls to harden. Keep refrigerated before serving.


I used 3 pieces of cheesecake and was able to make about 9 cheesecake pops. This would mean you could probably get about 24 cheesecake pops out of a whole cheesecake. If you use more than 3 pieces of cheesecake you will need to increase the amount of white chocolate used.



Check out the other great recipes:
  1. Key Lime Pie Popsicles – Spoonful of Flavor
  2. Cheddar Bacon Crescent Poppers – A Little Claireification
  3. Sweet Indulgence Popcorn mix – It Bakes Me Happy
  4. Tiramisu Blondies – Frugal Foodie Mama
  5. Lollipop Centerpiece – The Mandatory Mooch
  6. Buttered Popcorn Creme Brulee – Baking a Moment
  7. Orange Poppy Seed Scones – Cookie Monster Cooking
  8. Lemon Poppyseed Baked Donuts – Blahnik Baker
  9. Candy Popcorn Pops – Little Miss Celebration
  10. Lemon Drizzle Iced Poppyseed Cakes – What Jessica Baked Next
  11. Lemon Cheesecake Pops – What’s Cooking Love?


  1. I’m obsessed with all things lemon. And these pops in cheesecake form are perfect! Thanks for much for participating in the surprise, Alyssa!

  2. Alyssa, these look fabulous and I love them even more because they’re lemon! Such a perfect baby shower treat and how much fun is this? :) Will be pinning all of these wonderful treats later today and thanks for sharing! Have a happy Monday!

  3. These look divine! Lemon is fav ingredient of all time! :)

  4. Lemon is one of my favorites, I love how cute they turned out Alyssa!

  5. I love lemon and cream cheese together! It’s such a delicious combination and especially for Spring! And these pops make such a perfect treat for a baby shower. So cute! Pinned 😉

  6. These cake pop look amazing!!! Lemon is just perfect in the Spring :)

  7. Yum! I love that you used cheesecake on the inside :)

  8. These look fantastic Alyssa! I am such a sucker for lemon desserts and these cheesecake pops sound perfect :)
    Thank you so much for taking part in this amazing surprise and bringing these wonderful treats to the virtual shower for Hilary and I. I am so touched that all you amazing ladies took the time out to share so many wonderful recipes and wish we could all celebrate together. Hope you have a great week Alyssa*big big hugs*

  9. Just saw these on Twitter and had to pin! My step mom would go nuts for these. I can see them at her birthday party already! 😀

  10. I love anything lemon-I’m ready for spring!

  11. oh heavens ,these looks amazing!

  12. oh heavens ,these looks amazing!


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