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Snowman Cheese Ball

Snowman Cheese Ball recipe
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No corncob pipe or coal required for this adorable Snowman Cheese Ball trio. But you will need a baby carrot, fresh chives and slivered almonds.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
12/21/2013
Easy to make and even better to eat....
posted:
12/20/2012
I got this recipe a few years ago, would like to thank you for sharing this. I make it every year for home to enjoy on Christmas day, and for our weekly game of pinochle at the Eagles cub the week before Christmas. I make it just the way the recipe says, and it's a hit every time.
posted:
11/15/2012
My granddaughter & I made this one Christmas and we laughed so hard. The snowman was delicious but he looked like he was laying there dead. Poor little guy. :)
posted:
12/24/2011
i have made this snowman for years. everyone loves it
posted:
9/14/2011
Always a hit!
posted:
12/29/2009
I can't wait to try this recipe! Since I have a few different events during the holiday season, I'm going to make 3 different flavors of cheese balls and use a different flavor for each size of the snowman. Looking forward to see which flavor(s) go the fastest.
posted:
12/23/2009
This cheese ball is a hit every year! Everyone always gobbles this up. I put it on a platter and make a different "scene" every year. I have fun using various veggies decorations to make it more fun; green and red pepper slices for a scarf, celery and broccoli "trees" etc. This has become a Christmas tradition at my house. (I leave out the almonds 'cause I don't feel they add much as far as flavor.)If you enjoy a good cheese ball I highly recommend this one!
posted:
12/16/2009
I haven't made this recipe, however I make a pineapple cheese ball for special occassions and last week I made one for a Christmas party so I shaped it in to a snowman and put it on my Author Court platter and sprinkled powder sugar at the bottom and then spread out Ritz snow crackers around the head of the snowman. It was really cute. I used peppercorns & a carrot for the nose, mouth & buttons... :) The receipe is 1 8oz cream cheese, 1 can crushed pineapple (well drained!!!), and powder sugar to taste - mix well & chill for at least an hour, then form in to a ball. :) Yum!!
posted:
1/6/2009
Adorable! This was a hit. I used pretzels for arms but the kids kept eating his arms! LOL! I've given the recipe to 3 folks and made it twice. The second time I used grated cheddar/colby cheese with jalapeno and omitted the cayenne. Great flavor either way. I served with low-fat wheat thins. Great!
posted:
12/23/2008
This is so good and is a hit at holiday parties.
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