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Have you noticed that these kind of appetizers can add up on the grocery bill? I sure have, and I was thinking maybe it’s time to start creating my own!
I love cheese balls, all kinds of flavors, but I don’t enjoy spending all that money when picking them up from the deli. I decided to take a moment and do an online search for the best recipes. I tried three of them, and this cheddar bacon ranch cheese ball was absolutely the best one!
With only a handful of ingredients, this recipe is quick and easy to make, and sure to please the masses. Serve with any sort of chips to dip into indulgent decadence. Ready in just a half an hour, this dish is so cheap, you may just need to make two to make up for it! Actually, you’ll want to double the batch, anyway, because this will be gone in the blink of an eye…
You could also use the same recipe with different seasonings, to adjust the flavors exactly as you like them.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Chef in Training. Image courtesy of Food.com.