Welcome back to Day 5 of the 12 days of Christmas Series. It's so icy here. I did nothing today except this post, played on the computer, slept, watched a movie, cleaned a little. But its been such a long day since I have been trapped inside all day.
My husband and kids made a ice man, not to be confused with snow. I was proud of them. He has the magic hat, scarf, button eyes, carrot nose, and they even gave him a mustache.
Burr, I get cold looking at it, nothing some spiked apple cider won't fix.
Anyway, today's post is on how to make this yummy cream cheese ball. It's really no rocket science. But I just wanted to give you guys some ideas for the upcoming holidays.
It has a 8 oz block of cream cheese, a small package of deli ham, and about 1/4 of a chives (green onion) bundle.
The brown cutting board was made by grandfather many years ago before his passing.
That wood was from their kitchen island. I'm just like my grandpa, we never get rid of scraps. No mam or sir, you never, ever know when it will come in handy. And now I have a piece of him forever. He made us other things too, but they were toys. This is something I use a lot.
Unfortunately, I had already began cutting the chives when I realized I wanted a picture of all the stuff together. I cut it on this cheap fiberglass board. Its a lot bigger, and I can cut a lot of things on it. My grandpa's board is used for small things.
Chop the onions, and the ham and add it to your cream cheese.
I also added about a teaspoon or less of garlic salt. Hey I add it to almost everything.
Time to get your hand messy, mix it all together with your hands and then form it into a ball.
Add some crackers around it and put it on a holiday inspired plate, and waa-laa everyone will be running to it. My family devoured it within 15 minutes.
So easy, and omg so good. As my daughter said, "its so yummy, its so yummy, ITS SO YUMMY!"
Thank you so much for tuning in. I hope to see everyone EVERYDAY for the next 7 days.