Video: Easy Football Cheese Ball

The Super Bowl is still a few weeks away, which means there’s plenty of time to add another football-shaped food to your gameday lineup. Tune in to this week’s iVillage segment to learn how to make the ultimate football cheese ball, and then keep the party going with recipes for chicken wings, nachos, potato skins and more football-friendly fare.

Easy Football Cheese Ball from justataste.com #recipe #video

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    Kelly, this is awesome! So creative. I love me a good ol’ cheese ball. In fact I am a cheese ball ;) Ha! anyway….love this! xo Sheila

    • Kelly Senyei replied: — January 17th, 2014 @ 11:05 am

      Haha! Thanks so much, Sheila! Happy Friday :)

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    I absolutely LOVE cheese balls, they are definitely perfect for any sort of occasion. I love how you turn it into a very festive, football shaped, cheeseball :) Be sure to stop by my link party today, #OmNomNomFriday, to share your fantastic creations. Have a great weekend Kelly :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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    Cheese balls are my all-time favorite party food. There was a period of time in the 80’s and early 90’s when cheese balls fell out of favor because they were “what your mother” had made for her parties. I didn’t care, I made them anyway! Thanks for sharing your fun football cheese ball. Pass one my way…sorry, couldn’t resist the pun.

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    Football season is about to get going – so perfect for game day! So rarely do I find healthy snacks to incorporate when I’m looking on Pinterest for football snacks…. thank you!

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