Ultimate Cheese Ball Recipe

When Mom in Management asked  her readers what our favorite Thanksgiving Recipe was, I immediately thought of the Ultimate Cheese Ball. I am so excited about being able to share it not only with you today, but with her readers as well.

My sister Michelle found this recipe in a church cookbook years ago and she shared it with me. I really love how easy it is to put together and how wonderful it tastes.
Ingredients
2 8oz. pkgs cream cheese
1 Tablespoon Seasoned Salt
4 Tablespoons finely chopped green pepper
1/2 of 8 oz can crushed pineapple (drained)
4 Tablespoons finely chopped onion
1 cupped chopped nuts (I use pecans.)
Beat cheese with fork or mixer. Stir in ingredients, except the nuts. Roll in chopped nuts. Put on plate and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate one day. Serve with crackers.


This recipe was first posted two years ago in a Thanksgiving related post. It will be linked to my Thanksgiving Traditions link up when it starts on November 17th and to Delicious Dish Tuesday.



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Comments

  1. Kathleen says

    Oh, wow, this looks good! Now to try to find something to replace those pesky NUTS (I’m allergic)… hmm, maybe sunflower seeds, but they might get too soft…

  2. says

    Having a Thanksgiving potluck at church tomorrow.. I made it and will put the recipe next to the dish. This is so delicious.. Now I wish I had made two.. one for me and one for the church.. Lol.
    Thanks~!
    Have a Tiggeriffic Day~ ta ta for now from Iowa:)

  3. says

    I’m stopping by from Daria’s site. This recipe looks so delicious and easy to make. It’s on the menu for this year’s Thanksgiving, thanks for sharing.

  4. says

    My mother in law makes this exact same cheese ball every holiday and I *love* it!! Thanks for sharing it with Delicious Dish Tuesday. If you wouldn’t mind, we would appreciate you providing a back link to the hop :)

  5. says

    So funny to read Amanda’s comment above, because MY mother in law makes us a cheese ball every Christmas too! LOL! Her’s is not just like this though, and this one sounds even better!
    Thanks so much for sharing for Delicious Dish Tuesday! Please keep sharing great recipes with us!!

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