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Pinecone cheeseball


How to Make a Pine Cone Cheeseball

When I first started my blog I made this pine cone cheese ball. I loved making it and it was a snap to make. I updated the pictures and spruced this up a little. This is easy to make and can be served with potato chips, crackers, or anything you choose.




I made this cheese ball by grating about a half cup of longhorn cheddar cheese and creaming it into an 8 oz. softened package of cream cheese. Then I molded it into a pinecone shape and stuck sliced almond pieces in it to look like a pine cone.




I love stuff like this.. It's basically crafts but with food. At Christmastime this helps to make the table festive, don't you think?

Hope you are having fun this Christmas Season! Make something, people!!

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1 comments:

  1. You have some great ideas on your blog. This cheese ball is beautiful! I make my own "boursin" by using a variey of room temp cheeses, some butter, cream cheese and herbs. It keeps great in the fridge and is yummy on crackers.

    Kim M

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