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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.
15 min
1 hr 15 min
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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I omitted the almonds & used flavored cream cheese. Made it fo rthe family Xmas party & everyone raved, "it's too cute to eat!" But they were glad they did! Delicious!!
I made this for our annual Christmas party. Everyone loved the snowman look and loved the taste even more.
My cousin actually made this on Christmas Eve and it was adorable and delicious!
This Cheese Ball was suprisingly good!! It helped to "decorate" the Christmas table as well. At first nobody wanted to eat "him." Will definitely make again.
Made this for family Christmas eve party. Everyone loved both the presentation and the taste. It was easy and very tasty. I plan to make for New Years Eve party in one large ball.
This was a tasty and fun recipe the whole party loved. It was also a added decoration on the table for a wonder Christmas feel.
I took this to a church Christmas party, and it was a big hit! Next time, I'll make it the day before because it really tasted great the next day.
Easy and quick to make for kids to help.
I made this recipe for a Mom's Night Out. Everyone loved it. They didn't want to cut into it b/c it looked so cute. My son had fun making it with me too! I'm making it again for Xmas.
This recipe is so much fun to's very easy to assemble and so adorable when you're finished! I double the recipe to make a larger snowman, as I make it for a crowd at Christmas time. The only thing I do differently than the recipe is to use shredded white cheddar in place of regular cheddar...this just makes the snowman turn out "whiter." You'll only need to use a little bit of a baby carrot trimmed into the shape of a nose. The great thing about this recipe is that it not only looks festive and cute on your table, but it tastes delicious! :)
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