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Game Day Cheeseball

Game Day Cheeseball To celebrate the football season I made this ‘Game Day Cheeseball.’ It is very simple really. You need just a few ingredients and about 7 minutes to make it. Then pair it with crackers, veggies, or chips.

Directions:

Warm up the cream cheese in microwave (about a minute and a half, stir well every 30 seconds).

Game Day Cheeseball

Then stir in the cheddar cheese and other ingredients.

Game Day Cheeseball
Pulverize Cheez-It crackers in a blender- I just adore my BlendTec Blender (Oh and we are giving away one this week you can enter to win it here).

Game Day Cheeseball

Pour crumbs on a sheet (I used a silicone non stick baking mat).

Game Day Cheeseball
Shape the cheese ball into a football and place it on the Cheez-It crumbs. Spoon more crumbs on top and on the side. Using carrots create the laces for the ball. And in case you are wondering which crackers I have on the plate, I’ve photographed the boxes. A similar platter to this Mikasa can be found here.

Game Day Cheeseball

Enjoy with crackers, veggies, and or chips.

Game Day Cheeseball

Game Day Cheeseball

Game Day Cheeseball

Ingredients

  • 2- 8 oz packages of cream cheese, warmed
  • 2 Cups sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 2 cups Cheez-It crackers, pulverized (in blender)
  • 1/2 Cup onion, minced
  • 3 Tablespoons salsa
  • Carrots
  • Optional: season to taste

Instructions

  1. Warm up the cream cheese in microwave (about a minute and a half, stir well every 30 seconds). Then stir in the cheddar cheese and other ingredients.
  2. Pulverize Cheez-It crackers in blender. Pour them on a flat surface.
  3. Shape the cheese ball into a football and place onto of Cheez-It crumbs. Spoon more crumbs on top and on the side.
  4. Using carrots create the laces for the ball.
  5. Enjoy with crackers, veggies, and or chips.
  6. Cover and refrigerate leftovers.
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3 Responses to Game Day Cheeseball

  1. I’ve been looking for a good cheese ball recipe. I love that you have carrots in it- I have a picky son and this will be perfect (OK ok, sometimes I have to hide veggies for me too).

    Holly @ Creatively Living

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