Pineapple Cheese Ball
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling
Makes1 cheese ball (3 cups)
LOVE it!!! Changed green peppers to red peppers because I made it for Christmas.
I made this recipe exactly as described but cut the recipe in half which made one softball size cheese ball. This was a big hit. Sweet and savory with bites of pineapple. Thin crackers, Triscuits and potato chips/ripple chips are good to serve with this.
I made this yesterday. It was a big hit,
To me this is a Ohio thing at all party's. Easy to make and taste Great
didn't have seasoned salt - so looked up ingredients and added them by sight - celery seed, garlic powder, dry mustard, paprika, salt, white pepper -- wonderful!!!!
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I have made this for a couple of decades, but never added salt. Many times, I make it as a dip, (not draining the pineapple juice). Ball or dip it's gobbled up quickly!
Our southern version of this recipe calls for red pepper for color and sweetness, NO salt, and locally grown pecans. At work we usually serve with Wheat Thins but Triscuits and fresh veggies are great too.
2 teaspoons of salt is way too much for this recipe. I had to add 1 more 8 oz cream cheese and some more pineapple to accomodate the salt. Anyone else think so? I will make it again but will cut way back on the salt.