What to Pair with a Grandma's Cheesecake Sandwich – Grandma's Cheesecake Sandwiches

What to Pair with a Grandma's Cheesecake Sandwich

Well, well, well.

Here you are.

You, the average reader, who has (probably) never heard of a cheesecake sandwich.

Allow me to give you a definition.

Cheesecake sandwich: fresh, fluffy cheesecake situated between two cookies for the convenience of eating; one of the most delicious creations I have ever eaten.


So now you know what a cheesecake sandwich is.

Now what?

What on God’s Green Earth do you serve with a cheesecake sandwich?

That is the question I aim to answer for you all today.

First up, the most obvious pairing for any dessert ever: milk. There’s nothing like a nice, cold glass of milk to wash down a sweet treat.

Speaking of the classics, if milk isn’t your style, you can opt for a cup of joe. The bitterness of coffee is the perfect way to balance the subtle sweetness of a cheesecake sandwich.

If you like the idea of a hot drink without all the caffeine, you can have a cup of tea. With so many flavors of tea to choose from (and so many of our flavors to pick from) the world is your oyster.


Maybe you’re looking for a solid, food companion instead of a drink. Any dessert is elevated by serving it with fresh fruit. You can get some berries at the grocery store – think blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries – and serve them on the side.


And then there’s the last pairing, which is my absolute favorite.

The best way to eat a cheesecake sandwich is with a friend. Dessert always tastes better when you’re with someone you love.


Of course, you could always choose to eat your cheesecake sandwiches plain. But if you’re feeling adventurous, try pairing something new to create a whole new experience.

You can find Grandma’s Cheesecake Sandwiches at 12-40 Clintonville Street in Whitestone or online through Goldbelly and UberEats