Making Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Ball - One thing I discovered pretty quickly when I moved to Oklahoma was that football is a big problem. But not just football: football college and football high school, which makes sense because we do not have a professional soccer team here. (Though it is still the root of my Chicago Bears! One day it will be good again).
Jordan played football in high school and his reputation is a 5-second clip with his name's name in the local news bulletin after blocking a puppy. His parents recorded it at the 30-year party two years ago, we played for those who participated in the party and it was a great success. I'm interested to see if J wants to play soccer like his father!
This cheese ball is not what you or your guests will expect. It looks like any other cheese ball, but in the first bite, you will be in the desert paradise.
It's a combination of cookie dough and cheesecake, and it's one of my most desirable recipes.
Take a bite and you will also be hooked on this unique and delicious gift.
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Description: A sweet gift for everyone!
This exclusive cheese ball is not what your guests will expect when digging. It is a dessert that is a cross between biscuit dough and cheesecake and absolutely delicious!
1 pack of cream cheese (8oz)
1/2 cup softened butter
1/4 teaspoon of vanilla
3/4 cups of pastry
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
3/4 cup of semi-sweet chocolate brands
3/4 cup finely chopped pecan
In a large bowl, squeeze the cream cheese, butter and vanilla until it is fluffy. Add slow sugars. beat until it combines. Add the chocolate chips. Cover and bake for 2 hours.
Place the mixture in a large plastic. form in a ball. Cool for at least 1 hour.
Shortly before serving, turn the cheese ball on the pecan. Serve with Graham Crackers.
You can eat it immediately as a dip, but if you want to serve as a cheese ball, you should cool it to make it stable.