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These Mini White Chocolate Cheesecakes have a boost of flavor from Frangelico, a hazelnut liqueur, as well as a chocolate cookie crust.

 I put a teaspoonful of crumbs into each paper lined mini muffin slot.
 Then use this wooden tamper to press the crumbs into a firm mini crust before adding the filling.

Mini White Chocolate Cheesecakes

These mini white chocolate cheesecakes have become one of my signature desserts.  I’ve made both plain and chocolate varieties…and this time white chocolate.  They are perfect for entertaining…just one lovely bite…hardly any guilt eating one or two. They are so elegant topped with one red raspberry, but I’ve also used kiwi, blue berries, and red and green M & M’s for a holiday party.
My sister, Maddy, is coming to visit from Denver.  She refashions vintage jewelry into gorgeous, wearable, modern pieces.  We’re having an open house/jewelry show and I have started making some desserts for the party.  These mini white chocolate cheesecakes freeze wonderfully, so they were the first on my list to make.
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    Mini White Chocolate Cheesecakes

    Mini White Chocolate Cheesecakes

    Mini white chocolate cheesecakes flavored with Frangelico.

    • Author: Liz Berg
    • Prep Time: 30 minutes
    • Cook Time: 20 minutes
    • Total Time: 50 minutes
    • Yield: 48 1x
    • Cuisine: Dessert, Cheesecake


    For crust:

    • 22 Nabisco Famous Wafers (half the package, processed into fine crumbs)
    • 1/4 cup butter (melted)
    • 1 tablespoon sugar

    For the filling:

    • 2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, at room temperature
    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 4 ounces white chocolate (melted and cooled slightly)
    • 1 tablespoon Frangelico liqueur, optional
    • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
    • 2 eggs (at room temperature)


    1. Preheat oven to 325º. Line mini-muffin tins with paper liners (will make approximately 48).
    2. Combine chocolate cookie crumbs, butter and sugar. Tamp about 1 teaspoon into the bottom of each muffin tin opening. Set aside.
    3. With paddle attachment of electric mixer, mix cream cheese for about 30 seconds. Scrape down sides. Add sugar and process for about 30 seconds. Scrape down sides. Add chocolate and flavorings and mix for 30 seconds again. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing just till incorporated.
    4. Spoon about a tablespoon of filling on top of chocolate crust. Bake about 15-20 minutes, until puffed but not browned. Cool, then refrigerate or freeze well covered.
    5. To serve, top each with some raspberry sauce or white chocolate ganache (I gently melt some white chocolate and a small amount of cream in the microwave, stir till smooth), then a beautiful ripe raspberry. 


    The paper wrappers can be removed which is a much easier process when the cheesecakes are frozen.

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35 comments on “Mini White Chocolate Cheesecakes”

  1. OMG! I have been looking everywhere (except Sur La Table) for a mini muffin pan! These cheesecakes look so cute!

    • Hi Yummychunklet,
      I found my mini muffin pans at Marshalls. You can find them also at the sister stores, Home Goods, TJ Max. You can find mini cheesecake pans at William Sonoma. Looking forward to make these for Thanksgiving!

  2. How cute , i love this idea of mini cheesecakes.

  3. I love mini cheesecakes! And these look stunning! Really elegant… great combination of colors and flavors (raspberries and white chocolate are delicious together!). I will try them next time I have some friends over… this recipe has been bookmarked Lizzy! Thanks!!!!

  4. Ahhh and I LOVE the fact that you can freeze them… whenever I have a party I always end up having to make everything at the last moment… so these will be perfect!

  5. That looks sinfully delicious!! Loved the flavor and color..
    I am gone try it out soon!!

  6. wow, they are so precious! like jewelry!

  7. So cute!

  8. The perfect size and so cute. Everything is just better in mini size. 😉

  9. Oh, I wish I liked cheesecake! These are beautiful, Liz!

  10. These are such scrumptious looking mini treats! Sounds wonderful with the white chocolate and Frangelico!

  11. This is lovely! I like the idea of using the mini muffins pan for this cheesecakes!

  12. What gorgeous wee gems! Long time since I’ve heard about Frangelico liqueur: this must be wonderful in there, too. I’d have one or two, then 3 or 10…;-)

  13. they are so pretty too! Perfect for a party.

  14. Love mini cheesecakes Lizzy…white chocolate sounds wonderful!
    They look so pretty!

  15. I absolutely adore mini desserts. I love all of the decadence and flavor packed into a few bites. This look so yummy and are just beautiful.

  16. Lizzy, you shouldn’t tease us with goodies like this; unless you are willing to deliver. I want one. Hope you are having a great day.

  17. Your little minis are so cute and look delicious. These will be perfect for my future daughter in law’s shower, and I can freeze them, even better yet! Thanks for sharing!

  18. Thanks so much, everyone, for your lovely thoughts and comments…I so appreciate you stopping by!!!

  19. These look awesome Lizzy! I would love to have one or five right now!

  20. I love mini cheesecakes Lizzy, they’re so cute! I don’t think I’ve ever made a white chocolate cheesecake but it sounds fantastic!

  21. These are just adorably beautiful! Enjoy your visit with your sister.

  22. These are so cute! I love that you used Frangelico 🙂 The only problem is I don’t think I could have just 1 or 2!

  23. These are so cute! Love the Frangelico too!

  24. these look amazing Lizzy. Love the bite size portion, even thou I’d find it hard to stop after just one 🙂
    Beautiful photos as usual.

  25. These are so cute! We used to make a dessert at the restaurant, a white chocolate & amaretto cheesecake which was always a best seller. We used amaretti biscuits for the base, this reminded me of it. Yours looks so pretty!!

  26. I can just imagine the wonderful burst of flavor when you pop one of these in your mouth. They are so pretty!

  27. These mini cheese cakes are so adorable and yummy!
    Congratulations to your sister for her creativity.
    I would love to see some of her vintage jewelry displayed. Wow, so much fun…wish I could be there…sigh!

  28. These look simply delightful and with that white chocolate, they must be so good.

  29. I love these mini cheesecake, they are perfect!

  30. They are so cute and yummy!

  31. I love the presentation!!! Delicious dessert! Thanks for sharing.

  32. I Love these! thanks for linking up to my Sunday Buffet!

  33. Can you substitute milk chocolate for the white? Would like to make some of each.
    Don’t keep alcohol in the house, can you just leave it out?

    • Yes, you can substitute milk chocolate for part of the cheesecakes. And feel free to leave out the alcohol. If you’re using the vanilla extract, you could always up it to 1 teaspoon. Hope you enjoy, Betty.

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