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“Dude Foods came up with the borderline genius idea to fill up grilled cheese balls (white bread, American cheese, duh) with creamy tomato soup that you can pop in your mouth and eat literallyanywhere. At your desk at work, walking down the street, sitting in your car in traffic blasting
One DirectionDrake. Really, I mean, anything goes. Oh, and did we mention these babies are also DEEP FRIED? Just scoring all kinds of points here.” – Delish.com
Well, thank you Dude Foods for coming up with this amazing recipe for grilled cheese tomato soup filled balls! You have done the world a wonderful justice by sharing your creation. Now, who’s with me at trying these babies out?
Recipe courtesy of Dude Foods.
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Quick Tip: Even though these balls are filled with tomato soup, i still like to keep a cup of tomato soup within hands reach to dunk them.