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Pinecone Cheese Spread

Pinecone Cheese Spread recipe
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Cute, right? Squirrel this recipe away for your next party: A creamy mix of five cheeses plus Dijon mustard and almond slices will have guests pining for more.
20 min
2 hr 20 min
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. spread and 5 crackers each
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I thought it was very tasty....but, I don't have a food processor so I used a blender. I couldn't form it into a pinecone so I had to put mine in a bowl. Because no one knew it was supposed to be a pinecone, no harm done, but, I was disappointed. Any idea why I couldn't form it properly?
Not much cheesy flavor...taste of mustard and green chilies. Not a favorite...actually went begging
This is awesome! I wanted more flavor and used a little extra mustard as well as sliced pimentos. Brought it to 2 different parties and everyone loved was asked to make it again!
This was good but I would use a little less mustard.
Turned out perfectly! My family loved it and couldn't stop praising me! I used jalapeno peppers instead of chiles and added a bit of hot sauce to taste. I also omitted the mustard and it still turned out great.
I added 2 tbsp chopped Pimentos for a little added color for the Christmas season and it added more holiday cheer and flavor to the already flavorful spread.
I like the unique flavor of mustard in this recipe. Will cut back a little next time. Added a few other of my tried and true seasonings to taste (Tony Cachere's, garlic powder, and onion powder). Definitely make ahead and chill in between so that it will hold its shape. Received compliments!
This looks great to have at a party. I thought the dijon taste was overpowering so I added more cream cheese to balance it back out, and then added some chopped olives to give more texture that the extra cream cheese took away. Definitely will make it again, but without as much grey poupon as the recipe calls for.
I could eat this everyday!!! I make it all the time, even for just regular dinner parties!
Great cheese ball even without making it into a pinecone. Also made it as individual pinecones so the image wasn't ruined as soon as someone ate some. Very cute.
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