Gingerbread Cheesecake Roll Ups
Christmas is fast approaching! And nothing says Christmas like gingerbread! Enjoy one of Christmas’ favorite flavors in these Gingerbread Cheesecake Roll Ups. They are easy to make and assemble yet look fancy on the serving platter.
The gingerbread cookie portion is made with a pizzelle baker. I received one of these when I was first married over 30 years ago and it is still going strong. Mine is a Rival 3 in 1 that makes Belgian waffles as well as grilled sandwiches. Unfortunately I don’t think they make the combo version anymore though.
To add the filling you can use a pastry bag or an electric cookie press. I inherited my electric cookie press from my mom. She owned one but was never much of a baker. So when I got married she gave it to me. After she passed away, I found this cookie press at her house so it now belongs to me as well. I mostly use my cookie press for making spritz cookies at Christmas and for filling things like deviled eggs and desserts.
The filling for these was adapted from this recipe from Cooking On The Front Burners.
Gingerbread Cheesecake Roll Ups
I love the sound of this one – delicious! 😀 Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Jhuls! So glad you stopped by!
These are so different and so tempting. Now I have an excuse to buy a Pizzelle maker!
Sandra L Garth recently posted…Bison and BBQ and Pulled Pork Nachos
My pizzelle maker is one gift I’ve gotten a lot of use from!
These kind of remind me of a cannoli. Of course, spruced up a bit.
Elise Cohen Ho recently posted…Blog Sharing Link Party 31 Is Ready For You
These look really good! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for stopping by Helen!
This is very interesting, I’ve never heard of anything like this. But it sounds delicious! I love sweet treats, so this sounds amazing!
Doggone Dr. Atkins for not allowing me to have delectable delights like this! Alas, I have to make do with getting an eye-full! They looks positively decadent! Thanks so much for sharing! … and Happy Pink Saturday!
Tristan Robin Blakeman recently posted…Royal Splendor without the Versailles Hordes of Tourists …
With my diet I only get to look and smell so I feel your pain!
Ok, have never heard of a pizzelle. Got sidetracked following your Amazon link to check out all of the various pizzelle makers. Wow! I have been missing out!!
These gingerbread-cheesecake roll ups look delicious. And fancy enough to serve company. Thanks for introducing me to something new.
Leslie Clingan recently posted…Mini Christmas Bucket List, 2017: 5 Fun Activities
I’m just so glad my pizzelle maker has lasted over 30 years! I’ve made a lot of great desserts with it!
These look and sound amazing! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party!
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome recently posted…What’s for Dinner – Sunday Link up # 125
These sound yummy! Pinned.
Mother of 3 recently posted…Minecraft Lovers Gift Guide
Thanks for pinning Joanne!
This sounds so incredible, my mouth is watering! I’ll definitely be trying these out this year!
My guests said they were delicious! Unfortunately I don’t get to enjoy goodies like these!
Oh my goodness, I want these right now. 😉 Thanks so much for joining the To Grandma’s House We Go link party!
This looks so yummy! And, perfect to serve at a Christmas dinner with the family. Thanks so much for sharing at our Party in Your PJs.
Those look tasty–another cookie recipe I will have to try! Thanks for sharing at Party in Your PJs.
Two Chicks and a Mom/Donna recently posted…Christmas Decorations – Oriental Trading
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Pingback:DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More! Wednesday Link Party #65 - Hazel + Gold Designs
Pingback:Link It Up Wednesday #46 - Raven would...
Yum sounds and looks amazing! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Hope to see ya next week!
Kimberly Purvis recently posted…Buffalo Plaid Christmas Forest Entryway
These look delicious 🙂
I’ll bet those are delicious!
so sorry to bother you, i dont see the recipe id love to try these
So sorry, I haven’t updated my website in several years and it looks like my recipe plugin has disappeared. The cream filling is created from a recipe on the website Cooking on the Front Burner and there is a link to that recipe still on my site. https://www.cookingonthefrontburners.com/no-bake-mini-holiday-gingerbread-cheesecake/ I then made a basic pizelle recipe and added some gingerbread seasoning and curled the pizelles while they were still warm. I filled them with the cheesecake filling and sprinkled them with powdered sugar. Hope this helps!