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This White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip was a total hit at  our tea party! Madeleines taste sooo good with this dip. You won’t be able to resist it!

White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip & A Tea Party

Ever since I saw this post (which lead me to this book) I have wanted to host a tea party for Jordan and her doll, Jenny. After our lunch at the American Girl Store, I wanted to do it even more. Of course I also thought of making this chocolate cheesecake dip.

So, when Donsuemor contacted me about having a tea party with their madeleines, I immediately knew what I wanted to do.

Back in October, I was a part of Donsuemor’s “Dessert a Day” campaign where I made these babies out of the chocolate madeleines. For the tea party, they sent me a variety of flavors to serve, along with some Davidson’s Organic Tea.

Now I knew I was going to serve madeleines at the tea party. But this is me we’re talking about, so I couldn’t not make a dessert. But I wanted to make something that would highlight the flavor of the madeleines, not upstage them. What to make?

A bowl of white chocolate cheesecake dip with a cookie in it and title

Thanks to Ashton, I always think about dip. (If you read her blog, you’ll understand and should be nodding in agreement.)

In my yummy madeleine box I had the traditional flavor, plus chocolate dipped, chocolate, and lemon. I immediately thought of white chocolate, which lead me to cheesecake. White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip. It’s irresistable. The madeleines tasted SO good dipped in it. So did a spoon. Seriously, I had to freeze the leftover because I was afraid to have it in my refrigerator.

And, let’s talk for a minute. I’m a chocolate girl. I love chocolate. And vanilla. I most certainly do not love lemon. In fact, I’d never even had a lemon dessert until I was craving lemon pie last year and loved it. So, of course, I sampled all the madeleines and was expecting to love the chocolate one the most. Wrong. Guess which one is the best flavor ever?

Yup, the lemon.

A tray of glasses and ice tea pitchers with title
While the kids had tea time, my friend and I did too. It had been really hot the weekend before our party, so I made iced tea. Vanilla Cream Spice and Bing Cherry Almond. My kitchen smelled wonderful during brewing and it tasted even better! Did you know it’s super easy to make iced tea from tea bags? (I didn’t.) You just use two tea bags for each cup of water, boil them for a minute, and then let it steep for at least 20 minutes. Serve over ice with lemon wedges and a simple syrup for sweeter tea.

Jordan invited a friend over for the tea. Turns out, her friend has the same doll she does. I decided to make some finger sandwiches and fruit for the girls; treats only go so far. But, of course, Jenny and Emily needed to have their own snacks.

A plate of kids sandwich, carrot sticks and crackers.

When I cut up the kid sandwiches, I just cut one of the wedges in little tiny triangles. I cut little tiny carrot sticks from baby carrots, and broke off little squares of Wheat Thins. (Thanks to Family Fun Magazine for the ideas!)

A wrapped cookie on a plate next to a place card, with a doll and food in the background.

There’s Jenny, enjoying her madeleine.

A kid's table with food, cookies, flowers and a doll.

That’s Emily. She at all her sandwiches. She must’ve been hungry!

The kids had so much fun at the tea party, Jordan has been begging to do it again every day. She wants to have every single friend over for tea. So as I write this, tea party II has just ended. Alas, there were no madeleines left.

A madeline cookie with dip on it.

One guess where they went.

White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip & A Tea Party - Crazy for Crust

White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

5 from 1 vote
White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip - the easiest cheesecake dip full of white chocolate!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Yield 2 cups


  • Beat the cream cheese in a large bowl until fluffy. Add the pudding mix, powdered sugar, and white chocolate and beat until combined. Mix in vanilla and milk, 1 tablespoon at a time until you’ve reached your desired consistency.
  • Store in refrigerator, but serve at room temperature. If desired, you can grate more white chocolate on top before serving. Serving suggestions: cookies, fruit, madeleines or other small sweets.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
Author Dorothy Kern

Last Updated on May 12, 2020

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  1. May I ask what the ingredients are for the “White Chocolate Cheesecake Dip”?

    I have the instructions, but no list of ingredients.

  2. This looks so amazing!! If you have leftovers you can just send them my way. BTW- I love your link parties because they’re *ALL* sweets. The rest is just fluff anyways; who needs it? 🙂

  3. I missed this somehow!! I’ve actually been working on a cheesecake dip too (HUGE surprise, I’m sure, that we’ve been planning the same dessert!), but I haven’t gotten it to how I like it yet! I’ll link to you if I ever get it up 🙂

    Love this– super cute as always! And your dip looks awesome!!

  4. This is too cute! That dip sounds amazing. I definitely have to try this with my daughter. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays.

  5. So glad your kids enjoyed it! We were thrilled to have you participate, and cannot wait to try your White Chocolate dip for ourselves.

    1. Thank you! It was a lot of fun, and oh, those madeleines are SO good. 🙂

  6. This looks awesome! Can my daughter come join you next time? lol. She would love it. White Chocolate is one of my absolute favorites. You have inspired me! 🙂 Thanks for linking up with “Try a New Recipe Tuesday!” :-)))