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Dried Fruit Cheese Ball

Rated as 4.76 out of 5 Stars

"A different twist for a wonderful cheese ball. I got this recipe from a co-worker's wife. Thanks Maggie!"
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3 h 10 m servings 424
Original recipe yields 6 servings


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  1. In a medium bowl combine cream cheese and honey; beat until smooth. Stir in cheese and chopped fruit; mix well.
  2. Form into a ball and roll in chopped nuts. Chill for at least 3 hours.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 424 calories; 32.4 28.5 9.9 61 232 Full nutrition

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This was great-I used Craisins when I made this around the holidays and everyone loved it!

I made this for my Red Hat tea. The taste was great the only reason I did not give it 5 stars is it was a little hard to spread. (even though i let it sit to room temperature) I followed the re...

This was very tasty!! A nice change from the ordinary "salty" cheese balls. I actually used locally made honey jelly which turned out GREAT!! I also found dried mixed fruit bits by Sunmaid so...

we really enjoyed this fruit packed cheeseball. i used sharp cheddar cheese instead of mild cheddar. great on graham crackers. thanks debbye!

I thought this was a good recipe, but was a little bland. I added a tsp of honey and everyone seemed to like it. Tastes great with graham crackers.

I forgot to add to serve this on graham crackers or tea biscuits.

This was a fantastic and addictive tasting recipe. With only 4 ingredients you can't get easier than that! I accidently used the whole pack of shredded cheese but it still came out great. And...

I LOVED this, great with digestive biscuits. Definitely a keeper - lovely sweet, but not overwhelming, taste. Next time might try with a kick of Brandy or other liquor...

a GREAT summer appetizer for sitting out on the deck with friends! tasty, light, fruity! goes really great with melba toast or plain crackers and white wine.