Holiday How-To: Cheese Ball Recipe

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The holidays are a busy time for everyone! One of the easier ways to help yourself during the holiday season is to be prepared.

We know everyone has multiple parties to attend and it can be very daunting to always make a recipe to share. Instead of making the same thing over and over, try making a large batch of your dish and freeze them.

Concierge Jill has a delicious recipe for a cheese ball that can be made in one large batch and then portioned out. All you have to do it freeze it when you make them and thaw as needed.

It’s perfect for those last minute parties we all find ourselves attending. You won’t be stressing about what to bring so you’ll be able to enjoy yourself more.

To really make the most of your recipes, invite friends and family over to make them too! Who says you can only have a holiday cookie making party?!

Cheese Ball

Holiday Cheese Ball

(2) 8 oz Package of Cream Cheese, softened
1 Jar Hormel Dried Beef, chopped
4 Scallions, chopped
1/4 Teaspoon Season All Seasoned Salt
1/8 Teaspoon Black Pepper

Combine the softened cream cheese, scallions, seasoned salt and pepper in a large bowl. Combine until everything is well mixed. Form into desired shape. You can do 1 large ball, a log or even make individual sized portions. Roll the cheese balls in the beef until completely covered. You can freeze and use at a later date or refrigerate and serve within a day or two. (We suggest wrapping your cheese ball in plastic wrap and then storing in a large Ziploc freezer bag for freezing). Serve with your favorite crackers or crostini.

Enjoy!

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