Easiest Cheese Ball Ever!

Easiest Cheese Ball Ever!

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Carolyn Tyler


If you don't want to spend a lot of money and time making a cheese ball. You can add other things you might have on hand to it, or just as it is...it's great!


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How to Make Easiest Cheese Ball Ever!


  1. Mix cream cheese and dry dip mix thoroughly. Roll into a ball and seal with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for an hour (or longer). Just before serving, roll in bacon bits or toasted pecans. Great with crackers, celery, or anything you might like. You can add chopped green onions, shredded ham, a small can of crushed, well drained pineapple, bell peppers, chopped green or black olives, etc..., whatever you may have on hand. If not, it's still good just like it is, and so easy!

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