Maple Praline Cheeseball

This maple praline cheeseball recipe is one of the easiest recipes I have ever put together. It’s no bake and tastes like a cheesecake from comfort food heaven! Simply mix together, refrigerate, and roll before serving.

This maple praline cheeseball is a must have holiday party appetizer. Cream cheese, pecans, maple syrup - YUM! A twist on a brown sugar cheesecake in a dessert dip form delicious with sweet crackers and fruit.
Maple Praline Cheeseball

Disclosure: this maple praline cheeseball recipe has been sponsored by Triscuit. All opinions are my own.

Maple Praline Cheeseball

I will never forget my first praline, it actually wasn’t until I was an adult and I had some at Bass Pro Shops. I have been hooked ever since. I’m a sucker for buttery brown sugar flavour with a hint of cinnamon.

You guys are going to love this maple praline cheeseball.

Triscuit Coating for Cheeseball
With the sweet, soft inside of the cheeseball I knew I wanted the outside to be crunchy (I think that’s standard with cheeseballs, or am I wrong here? I’m new to the cheeseball game). To achieve the crunch (while maintaining the praline theme) I opted to use pecans and Triscuit Nutmeg & Cinnamon.

I’ve been buying Triscuit’s for as long as I remember (I love dipping them in hummus) so when I was asked to partner up with them and create a fall-inspired snack, this was an easy call on my part! As fun as it is to partner with new brands and create something delicious, I love it even more when I can play with ingredients I already know I love.

Triscuit Nutmeg Cinnamon

Triscuit has released a Limited Edition flavour: Nutmeg and Cinnamon. I love that my favorite fall and winter flavours (cinnamon and nutmeg) are combined together! I’m already thinking about how else I can serve these crackers up during holiday parties (aside from the dessert cheeseball), but Triscuit recommends the following:

Triscuit’s suggestion: Serve Triscuit Nutmeg & Cinnamon at your holiday party topped with sweet potato, apple slices and candied pecans, or enjoy this festive snack in front of a nice, cozy fireplace. ‘Tis the season, after all!

Brown Sugar Cheesecake Dessert Cheeseball

Cheesecake Cheeseball Dip

This maple praline cheeseball is a must have Christmas party appetizer. Sweet maple syrup, cinnamon, and crunchy pecans make this holiday cheeseball a favorite. Serve this delicious dessert dip with cinnamon crackers and fruit.

Cheesecake Dessert Dip

Don’t forget to run to the store and grab a box (or three) of Triscuit Nutmeg and Cinnamon. They’re available only for a limited time and trust me you want the buttery and aromatic crackers for that little something extra for this dessert.

This maple praline cheeseball is a must have Christmas party appetizer. Sweet maple syrup, cinnamon, and crunchy pecans make this holiday cheeseball a favorite. Serve this delicious dessert dip with cinnamon crackers and fruit.
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Maple Pecan Cheeseball

This maple pecan praline cheeseball is a must have Christmas party appetizer. Sweet maple syrup, cinnamon, and crunchy pecans make this holiday cheeseball a favorite. Serve this delicious dessert dip with cinnamon crackers and fruit.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword dessert cheeseball
Prep Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 8
Calories 417kcal


  • 1 8oz cream cheese softened
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup pecans crushed
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Crunchy Coating

  • 1 cup Triscuit Nutmeg & Cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup pecans
  • 2 tbsps maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • Sprinkles/decoration of choice


  • Add all of the cheeseball ingredients in a mixer and beat until well blended, about 1 minute.
  • Add the mixture to a large sheet (you may have to use two overlapping) of plastic wrap. Lift the sides of the wrap to form the cheesecake mixture into a ball and twist. Refrigerate for an hour, or until firm.
  • Add the Triscuits, pecans, and brown sugar into a blender and pulse until crumbs, pour onto a plate.
  • Take out the cheeseball and roll over the crumbs.
  • Drizzle with maple syrup and service with low sodium and Nutmeg and Cinnamon Triscuits, along with fruit.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 417kcal | Carbohydrates: 45g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 26g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Cholesterol: 30mg | Sodium: 265mg | Potassium: 80mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 22g | Vitamin A: 355IU | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 1.3mg
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22 comments on “Maple Praline Cheeseball”

  1. This cheeseball sounds and looks amazing! I love anything with maple so I will definitely be making this for myself soon!!

  2. This sounds like the perfect treat this season! I would love to try this recipe and I’m sure it’s going to be a hit with the guests! It’s a really good combination of flavors!

  3. I’m a sucker for cheese! This one looks so good too!

  4. I have GOT to try these! Maple is one of my favorite flavors.

  5. This is such a great recipe! I love how creative and original it is; plus it looks amazing!

  6. Oh now this sounds really interesting, I bet it is such full of flavour and something really delicious to add to any meal.

  7. My SIL always serves a cheeseball on Christmas. It’s not maple praline cheeseball though, but I bet that is delicious too. It looks delicious and I love how easy it is to make. I will have to try that soon!

  8. That sounds so yummy! I’m a sucker for maple and cinnamon also. This cheese ball has all my favorite flavors! I’d love to serve it with those yummy new Triscuits at my next party.

  9. 4 stars
    That sounds like a fabulous, Canadian recipe!!1 I love the flavour of maple, but had never thought of adding that to a cheese ball. I can’t wait to try this recipe! It looks delicious

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