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I was going to be hosting an event at my house for a fundraiser that we were doing. The kid’s needed new sporting equipment for their upcoming season, and the parents as a group decided that they didn’t want to try and doing any of the door-to-door type sales that we had been doing for so many years. Instead, we were going to just get some silent auction items and do a raffle. We could collect all the money we needed without every having to place any sort of order. That’s what I was talking about. What a time-saver.
So, because my husband and I have a huge building out back that we can use to host events, I volunteered the spot. That was going to be a huge cost saver too, no venue to rent.
I asked that everyone bring a dish to pass, but I also wanted to make a few things. When I saw these cheese balls on My Recipes, I knew it was going to be just what I wanted to make a good impression on the rest of the families… and it worked!
Recipe courtesy of My Recipes. Photo credits to Rants From My Crazy Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Roll the cheese balls and keep in the fridge for up to 24 hours before coating.