Monday, October 13, 2008

Favorite Cheeseball & Another Award!

Another appetizer on our "Top 10" list. I haven't had many cheeseballs in my life but this one is my favorite. The trick to this recipe is having fairly soft cream cheese and very well drained crushed pineapple - otherwise the mixture will be so runny! Yup, that has happened to me one too many times!
"Pineapple Cheeseball"

1/2 cup crushed pineapple, drained well

8 oz. cream cheese, softened (not too softened or the cheeseball will be too liquidy)

1 tsp. Lawrys Seasoning Salt

1 tsp. Onion Salt


1 stem of a green onion

1/2 cup red or green pepepr, chopped


Mix all ingredients together. Roll in chopped pecans. Chill 2 hours.

Now, for the award!
Marisa over at What's For Dinner....And Dessert gave me this award! Thanks so much Marisa! I was hoping I was getting this award! Anyway, I am passing it on to:
  • Pam over at For The Love Of Cooking. Pam has great-looking and yummy recipes. I always enjoy reading her blog and she has super food pictures.
  • Cristine over at Cristine Cooks. I recently found Cristine's blog and she has some yummy looking recipes!
  • Jessica over at Turkey Cookies. A great blog and Jessica always has such fun posts to read!
  • Bridgett over at La Bella Cook. A Californian shares her favorite yummy looking recipes along with pics of her kids!
  • Brooke over at Dessert First. I enjoy visiting Brooke's blog and seeing all her yummy food creations!



Anonymous said...

Thanks! This looks like a great recipe for the holiday season.

Jessica said...

Thanks so much, Priscilla. I made your ginger cookies today----soooo yummy!

Lucy said...

Cheeseballs make for a wonderful appy!

Here's a little hint I do when I need pineapple drained well... I place the pineapple in my potato ricer, works great ;-)

Brooke said...

Ahhhh....thanks, Priscilla. You made my heart skip. I appreciate it and I love visiting you too. Yet another yummy recipe from you.

Rebekah said...

this looks delicious! I'm glad the holidays are right around the corner because I love cheeseballs! :)

Pam said...

Thank you so much for the award Priscilla - you made my day.

This dip looks really good. I love anything sweet and salty.

Cristine said...

Thank you for the award! You brightened my day! Your blog is awesome! Keep it up!

Maria said...

What a great idea for holiday parties! Looks great! And congrats on the award!

Rosie said...

This is a great idea for the seasonal holidays Priscilla!! Many congrats on your very well deserved award too :D

Rosie x

Allie said...

Yummy great recipe I see why it's in your "top 10"!

Jenny said...

What a pretty cheeseball Priscilla! Looks fantastic! Congrats on your awards, well deserved!!

Bridgett said...

Thank you for the award, Priscilla, you are so kind and always have something sweet to say in your comments.
Yummy cheeseball...who can resist these?

*Priscilla* said...

thanks so much everyone for stopping in....and thanks for the compliments on my blog - they are great to get!

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