Any time of year is the perfect time of year to deliver special treats to your neighbors. Throughout the holiday season, we love to share Cake Mix Cookies, Snowman Snack Mix, etc. but sometimes I like to deliver something savory like this out-of-this-world cheeseball that I’ve been making for years, and I can’t wait to show you how I’ve started creating Cheeseball Kits that our friends and neighbors have loved all throughout the year!
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My Chipped Beef Cheeseball Recipe:
- 1 8 oz. Block of Cream Cheese
- 1 Small Jar of Dried Beef
- 1/2 Package of Ranch Powder Seasoning
- Green Onions [optional]
- A Dash of Worcestershire Sauce
Begin by removing the cream cheese from the fridge and allowing it to soften.
Next, dice the slices of dried beef in to small square-like pieces.
When your cream cheese has softened enough to be workable, mix in the diced beef, the ranch seasoning, green onions [optional], and a dash of Worcestershire Sauce.
Even though it can get a little messy, I usually use my hands to for mixing!
How to Create Cheeseball Kits:
Step 1: Smooth an even layer of the cheeseball mixture across the bottom of your container.
Step 2: Cover the cheeseball mixture with a piece of wax paper that has been cut to size.
Step 3: Top with a plastic bag full of yummy snack crackers.
How to Personalize your Holiday Cheeseball Kits:
When your cheeseball kit is complete, take a little extra time to attach a meaningful note of some kind!
What a perfect opportunity to reach out to your neighbors with warm holiday wishes and gratefulness for their kindness all throughout the year!
Note: When delivering this type of treat, make sure to put it right in the hands of your neighbors! You don’t want this delicious combo to spoil on their front porch or in their mailbox. If your neighbors are tough to catch, stick with Cake Mix Cookies or Snowman Snack Mix.
Do you deliver holiday treats to your neighbors? How about treats at other times throughout the year? What is your favorite thing to share?