Oreo Cheesecake Pretzel Bites

Can I just say this recipe will be a forever family favorite of ours?! The boys and I wanted a fun treat for our family night this week and with some searching in the pantry and fridge, this is what we came up with! 5 simple ingredients and magic happened 🙂

I seriously can’t wait for you guys to try this out, tastes just like little Oreo Cheesecakes with a Pretzel crunch. Rummage through your pantries and get the kids in the kitchen, these are too much fun not to try!

So, here you have Pretzels, cream cheese (only 1 oz), 7 whole Oreos, some chopped chocolate and white sprinkles.

Here are the stars of the show 🙂

Break out your food processor and pulvorize those Oreos 🙂

Next comes the cream cheese. No need to soften it; just stir it right in. After a few minutes, the oreo mixture will turn into dough.

I formed about 1 Tablespoon of the dough into a square, pressed it onto a pretzel bottom then closed it with another pretzel. Easy 🙂

Melt your chocolate. Either from a chocolate bark like mine from Sarris Candies, or even chocolate chips will work.

Go crazy with these cute little sprinkles.

Ta-da 🙂  We didn’t even wait until the chocolate hardened. Yummy either way.


Oreo Cheesecake Pretzel Bites

7 whole Oreo Cookies

1 oz cold cream cheese

24 square pretzels

1 Cup chocolate chunks or chocolate chips, melted

White Sprinkles

1. Place Oreos into a food processor and process until finely ground. Mix Oreo crumbs and cream cheese until dough forms. Pinch 1 Tablespoon of dough and form into a little square. Place onto pretzel then gently press top pretzel to close. Top with melted chocolate and white sprinkles. Chill until chocolate has hardened and serve.

12 Pretzel Bites


Have a great rest of your week and weekend, see you soon!

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62 Responses
  1. Gina

    I don’t like sprinkles; I would put in an extra Oreo cookie and save some of the crumbs (pre-cream cheese) as a garnish.

    I know-who doesn’t like sprinkles?… me… LOL

    Thanks-great recipe otherwise!!

  2. Carol

    Made them today for my valentine baskets…..love the sweet and salty. Time consuming so I made square logs and cut slices. Went alot faster than forming each square. Thanks for sharing

  3. Kim

    I can’t wait to try them. They look so good I referenced your blog and the recipe on mine. I hope you don’t mind!

  4. Lori

    Hi! I would love to make these for my son’s bday, is this something I can make the night before? Would I store in the fridge?


  5. Brenda

    These little treats look awesome!
    I’m gonna try making them for an upcoming potluck party!
    May i know where you managed to buy those pretzels?

  6. Rebecca

    I made these for a Halloween party last weekend and topped them with orange candy melts instead of chocolate and also used black & orange sprinkles. They were darling and everyone raved about how delicious they were! Thanks for a great easy recipe!

  7. What a cute idea! I love impressive looking dishes that are actually surprisingly easy to make. Thanks for the recipe!
    (By the way, your photos are amazing.)

  8. I was drooling over these the other day and didn’t get a chance to tell you how wonderful they are! Your so creative, and we would love these sweet salty creations too.

  9. margie

    I didn’t know about this one, but just made them and they were great!
    I only used the 7 oreos to try them and then went ahead and used the whole package.

    Thanks for an easy and fun recipe!

  10. Those look so good!!! I’m definitely going to have to try them with my kids.
    Also, I’m guessing at some point you lived in Western PA? I grew up in Western PA & my kids & I love Sarris’ chocolate!

  11. Thanks to our mutual friend, Michelle (The Brown-Eyed Baker), you now have a new fan. Her last blog post shared a link to these adorable looking bits of Heavenly YUMALICIOUS with me. I look forward to reading more of your posts very soon!

  12. These look so awesome!! Yum. I have seen so many cute ideas with these little square pretzels…I need to pick some up and see what I can do with them!!
    Thanks for sharing your creativiity!

  13. Lauren

    Oh I love this idea! I love salty-sweet combos. I make the Oreo/cream cheese mixture into balls and dip them into chocolate. They are always a hit, but I don’t love the melted chocolate. This will be right up my alley. I can’t wait to try these. Awesome ideas as always, Jenny!

  14. Kim in MD

    I DITTO the above comments (especially Sophia’s)! This looks amazing, and your blog is a must read everyday! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. EVERYTHING about this blog– the design, the food, the voice, the spunk, the pictures…all screams ADORABLE and ENDEARING to me. Love, love this blog. Love, love the combo of sweet + salty in that pretzel bite.

  16. Shannon

    Made these about an hour ago. Ran right up to the store to buy all of the ingredients. I bought the Lindt Sea Salt chocolate bars and melted them down, and I used the rainbow sprinkles I already had. THEY ARE DELICIOUS.

  17. Danielle H.

    Okay, you’re killing my hips!!! I make something similar and it’s a huge hit too. You use the same pretzels and put a Rolo candy on top. Put them on a cookie sheet and pop them in the oven just a few seconds until the rolo melts a little and then take out of the oven and put another pretzel on top. Deliciousness! Thanks for all the great recipes. Got my muffin top pan last week and have been the rock star cookie maker!

    1. Danielle H.

      Whoops — you don’t put another pretzel on them when they come out of the oven. You put a pecan half — it’s just like a chocolate turtle candy. What was I thinking ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. beth h

    How awesome!! These are very much like my oreo cheesecake recipe! LOL
    I put the pretzels in the food processor along with a few oreos..add a little butter, use them for the crust, bake at 375* for 6-10 min. then I put half the oreos in the food processor, take them, a package of cream cheese, a cup of sugar, a tsp of mexican vanilla & 2/3 of the LARGE tub of cool whip and whip it all together. Put it on top of the cooled crust, top it with the rest of the whipped cream, chopped oreos & drizzle chocolate syrup (or melted chocolate) it is DIVINE!! <3

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