Swiss Almond Cheeseball

April 17 is National Cheeseball Day and I can't let it go by without sharing a super simple cheeseball recipe. So delicious, as well as easy!  I love the flavor of this Swiss Almond Cheeseball.





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Swiss Almond Cheese Ball

A super easy cheese ball that makes party planning easy!
prep time: 11 Mcook time: 30 Mtotal time: 41 M

ingredients:

  • 1 14 oz container of Happy Farms Swiss Almond Cheese (from Aldi's)
  • 1/4 c chopped, toasted almonds
  • 2 T chopped green onion
  • 1 t freshly ground nutmeg

instructions:

  1. Mix all the ingredients together.
  2. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  3. Remove from refrigerator.
  4. Form into a ball.
  5. Place on a serving plate.
  6. Serve with crackers.
Calories
114.94
Fat (grams)
9.05
Sat. Fat (grams)
4.66
Carbs (grams)
1.00
Fiber (grams)
0.30
Net carbs
0.70
Sugar (grams)
0.16
Protein (grams)
7.60
Sodium (milligrams)
58.19
Cholesterol (grams)
23.16
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Cheeseballs were an ever-present item at food events while I was growing up.  I remember a cheddar cheese ball rolled in nuts as the standard. Everyone knew that it was best to wait until the cheese warmed up to room temp before eating it, or it would break your crackers.  I used to adore those little cheese knives, too.  I always appreciate a darling cheese knife!

I love using this Happy Farm Cheese in my cheeseball.  There is a lot less mess when you make it and it is ready to eat when you are finished.  Right out of the cup is a firm and spreadable texture. It also melts so you can serve it on burgers, fries, hot dogs, whatever you like to have cheese on!


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Terri Steffes
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  1. What a simple, delicious appetizer! This is perfect for special occasions and holiday celebrations!

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  2. I would love to try these delicious cheese ball. The ingredients are intriguing, almonds with green onions and nutmeg and cheese, wow! This has got to be bursting with flavor from all directions. I know I'd love it and I'd eat it all.

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  3. Looks like the perfect thing to bring to our easter brunch this weekend. I always try to bring a snack type food and something new and different.

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  4. I have a feeling we grew up in similar eras! This sounds delicious.

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  5. artchee4:28 AM

    I like cheese! I guess this Swiss almond cheeseball will be to my taste bud's liking. :0)

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  6. I love cheeseball 😍 they are my fave to have it with fries. Will try your recipe for Swiss Almond Cheeseball. :)

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  7. Sounds like a great crowd pleaser. Will have to add to my list of things to make for guests. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. This Swiss almond cheese ball looks delicious. I just need my own cause I’m not sharing! Lol KeshiaRichmond

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  9. Ronnie3:50 PM

    Is there really a national cheeseball day?? That's hilarious. :D Thanks for the awesome recipe, it will be a hit with the kids and the hubby.

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  10. Tiffany Grau5:11 PM

    I sure do love my cheeseballs. However, I've never had one like this before! It looks delicious!

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  11. Joanna Clute5:11 PM

    Yes, a cheeseball rolled in nuts was common growing up for me as well. I can't help but love them though!

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  12. Love this! It look so delicious! Perfect dish to take to a party!

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  13. Yum! This recipe looks really good and easy to do. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. I haven't thought of swiss almond cheese in forever..now I really want some.

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  15. Aldi's for the win- great idea!

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  16. I've never made a cheeseball before, but I love eating them! This sounds like a delicious snack.

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