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.
Maple Praline Cheeseball
Disclosure: this maple praline cheeseball recipe has been sponsored by Triscuit. All opinions are my own.
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.
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 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
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.
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.
Maple Pecan Cheeseball
- 1 8oz cream cheese softened
- 1/2 cup unsalted butter
- 1/2 cup pecans crushed
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 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.
This cheeseball sounds delicious! So perfect for a holiday party!
I love how simple this recipe is and it would be a big hit at our Christmas party.
Mmmm that sounds absolutely delicious! Definitely a perfect appetizer for my parties coming up.
That sounds AH-mazing! I’ve never seen a sweet and savory cheese ball before. I’ve only ever seen the savory kind.
My mouth is watering just looking at the pictures! You can never go wrong with a cheeseball. They are the absolute perfect appetizer for get togethers.
That is one of the most unique cheese balls I’ve ever seen. I love that sweet and savory combo. Very tasty!
I’ve never seen something so different like this! I like the idea of combining maple syrup and pecans with the cheese.
This cheeseball looks so amazing! I love the flavors of maple and praline and they pair perfectly with Triscuits!
They do! I love all things maple, I am Canadian after all 😉
What a bright idea! This recipe is so unique which is hard to come by these days! I love a good cheese ball but I love even more that this one has a sweet touch to it!
This maple praline cheeseball recipe looks so delicious and easy to make. I will have to pick up the ingredients I Need to make one for the holidays. I am sure it will be a big hit.
This cheeseball sounds and looks amazing! I love anything with maple so I will definitely be making this for myself soon!!
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!
I’m a sucker for cheese! This one looks so good too!
I have GOT to try these! Maple is one of my favorite flavors.
This is such a great recipe! I love how creative and original it is; plus it looks amazing!
Oh now this sounds really interesting, I bet it is such full of flavour and something really delicious to add to any meal.
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!
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.
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
Come on Jenn, we all know that maple goes on everything 😉