Chipped Beef Cheese Ball

This is a potluck hit!

If you like the sounds of “WOW! This is so good!”  Keep reading.

One of J’s all time favorite treats is a Chipped Beef Cheese Ball.

This is usually a traditional family appetizer around Christmas time.  I decided to make it for J’s birthday.  We can call it Christmas in July!

1 – 8oz package of Cream Cheese

2 Green Onions, chopped, tops and all

1/2 tsp. Accent

1 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce

1 – 2.5 oz can Dried Beef

In a food processor, chop dried beef.  Set aside half for garnish.

All chipped up and ready for the cheese ball.

Mix cheese, onion, accent, worcestershire sauce and half of the beef.

Form into a ball and refrigerate until serving.

I like to let the ingredients bond for a while.

Before serving cover cheese ball with reserved dried beef, serve with crackers.

Ready to start the party!

I asked J why he likes this cheese ball so much.  In true husband fashion he seriously answered “I like the flavor.”  True enough, true enough!

 Don’t plan to bring home cheese ball leftovers!


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8 Responses to Chipped Beef Cheese Ball

  1. Elise says:

    Hi! I stumbled on your blog through facebook or the blog world, can’t remember..
    I am a lonely ranchwife out on the praire of Montana so I connect with FB! lol
    I enjoy your post and pictures. I make this dip and we all love it too! I could eat it for a meal, some days.

    • Robyn says:

      Elise, thanks for the comment. I hope you continue to read my blog. I have to admit the hubby will eat cheese ball and crackers for a meal too!

  2. Might I suggest a cheeseball shaped as a turkey for Thanksgiving?
    How about a reindeer for Christmas?
    Thanks for sharing, it is indeed a great recipe, been making my version of it for years…because it’s the only thing they trust me with in the kitchen 🙂

  3. Yum! I have never made this cheese ball but had it before and LOVE it. Definitely going to whip this up. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Kari says:


    This is my all time favorite. So Yummy!
    Happy New Year to you and Jim!


  5. Pam M says:

    I have made this cheeseball for years, how ever I mix in all of the chopped beef and roll the cheeseball in crushed pecans, it is awesome.

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