- 8 ounces cream cheese (room temperature)
- 4 tablespoons butter (room temperature)
- 1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs (crushed)
- 4 cups powdered sugar
- 10 ounces chocolate chips
PER SERVING *
|Calories580Calories from Fat240|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat240|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Cynthia G. 8 Oct
Should have read the reviews First. Definitely not enough cream cheese, can’t taste it, I used 1/2 the powdered sugar, still too sweet, and rolling it into balls was impossible, far too sticky. I may try it again with modifications, but I wouldn’t recommend the recipe as it stands.
Stephanie W. 24 Feb
Pretty much just cream cheese icing.. didn’t taste like cheese cake at all :(
Heather A. 28 Dec 2017
Batter is ridiculously sticky an unable to be molded at all. I had the batter in the fridge for 2 hours, did tablespoon sized drops onto wax paper and stuck them in the freezer for another 2. No reason for it to be this sticky and unmanageable. All trashed
Julia 19 Oct 2017
Amazingly creamy and ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!! A little sweet for some people, but for me it was perfect. One of the only problems was that there wasn’t enough because we just couldn’t stop eating them!!
J J. 6 Jul 2017
Sooooo delicious! Loved it
erin boyce 1 Jul 2017
Really great simple treat! Although, I used one cup of powder sugar for my sweet preference. Would recommend for beginners.
Ralph G. 22 Jun 2017
I made a batch for my friends earlier this week. I cut the sugar in half, but that only made the dough more sticky. I also used peanut butter chips since one of the people I made it for doesn't like chocolate. It went over well, and I'll probably make it again.
vicki m. 29 May 2017
Would not recommended. to much sugar and could not taste the cream cheese!,
Maria K 8 Jan 2017
In my opinion this is so sweet it's not edible.. And I like my desserts sweet, but oh my god this is pure syrup. The idea sounded nice so a gave it a try. The 4 cups of sugar seemed a lot so only put one. It was soooo sweet I had to tpiple the amount of crumbs and still couldn't eat it. So I ended up throwing everything away. Very disappointing. Don't understand how it got such high ratings.
Tiffany B. 27 Nov 2016
Amazingly awesome recipe and so simple! a hit with every member of the family. Making this again tonight!
Shaun R. 17 Sep 2016
Added a little bit of wax to the chocolate to keep it from getting soft when left out for longer periods of time at get togethers and such.
larry m. 5 Sep 2016
This candy is as good or better than any store bought I've ever had. My wife made it, so I can't attest to the simplicity, but she said it was easy.
malisha H. 8 May 2016
Me and my family love it! The taste was on par..and so addicting to the point were we all wanted more after we finished them. I've always been a big lover of any kind of cream cheese dessert. The modification that was made were the call for 4 cups of powdered sugar..instead I used only 1 cup and also roll the balls in the graham crackers. It still turned out very good. Not too sweet....but just right. Another winner!
Lori P. 8 Apr 2016
It call for way too much sugar I only put 4 tablespoons in mind and blue berries and it came out way better
Stephanie D. 23 Aug 2015
I made these and had to modify as they are insanely sweet if you add all the sugar directed in the recipe. I started over and cut the sugar in half and doubled the graham cracker crumbs in order to give the balls some shape. It worked! They were still very very sweet but tasty. To make the dipping chocolate, I microwaved semi-sweet chocolate chips with a tablespoon of vegetable oil which kept the chocolate from drying out. Then I popped them in the freezer to get the chocolate to harden faster - totally worked. Next time I might try a different cheesecake filling as these are a great idea and would be 5 stars if they weren't so sweet.
Anne B. 19 Aug 2015
They ARE delicious made almost exactly according to the recipe. (I used 12 oz of chocolate chips.) I did have a small problem though. Microwaving dries things out, so I wasn't surprised that the chocolate hardened quite quickly after melting. This made it impossible to dip all of the balls without reheating the chocolate. I have had great success with other chocolate dipped things (strawberries, Oreo cookie balls) by melting the chocolate on the stove top on low with a bit of shortening. I'll try that next time.
Alexa Z. 17 Aug 2015
I really liked the Idea of this recipe, I am a cheesecake aficionado but making a cheesecake can be time consuming; don't get me wrong its worth it but on a quick craving this would be ideal. I added less powdered sugar.
yana k. 15 Aug 2015
I liked the idea of quick dessert. I modified it a little. First, I added some whipped cream to the mixture for lighter and smoother filling. Second, instead of adding graham cracker crumbs to the mixture, I rolled the balls in it before dipping them in chocolate. I thought this way it resembles the original better. Thanks for the idea!!!