Friday, December 5

Bacon Horseradish Cheese Ball




Cheeseballs have been a staple at our annual Christmas party, every year for as long as I can remember. When I was a girl, I used to scrape all the nuts off and get into the cheesy center, which probably always drove the adults crazy, ruining her pretty presentation.



Today as an adult, the nutty outer part is my favorite, paired with the cheese and a cracker, it is the best snack ever! Especially when those nuts are paired with crispy bacon.  



This year, I am taking over the cheese ball making and putting my own twist on it with zesty horseradish, honey mustard, and bits of applewood smoked bacon. This is so easy to make, and it is sure to be a huge hit at all get togethers. 





Today, I am guest posting for my friend Katie at Healthy Seasonal Recipes. To snag this recipe click HERE. Your holiday parties will not be complete without this cheese ball, trust me. 


11 comments:

  1. Sounds fantastic, Carrie. Any way that I can get more cheese and bacon in my body is totally awesome. Love it!

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    1. Thanks Liz!! Never enough cheese or bacon in our lives!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe on my site today. I have gotten so much work done with the time off from the blog. I owe you one. And I know my readers will love this recipe!

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    1. Thanks Katie! It was a fun guest post.

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  3. I would have to leave out the bacon but this sounds perfect! I'm sold on anything with horseradish and mustard!

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  5. I love the flavor combination in this, obviously perfect timing for the upcoming Christmas parties on the horizon. Off to snag that recipe now, thanks for sharing!

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  6. Who could refuse a good lookin' cheese ball such as this one? I do believe this will be going on my Christmas menu. Thanks for such a lovely recipe.

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