Friday, October 18, 2019

Red Devil Cheese Ball | Snack Ideas | Recipe

Our family has always enjoyed Melba Toast, both for snacking and as a base for some of our favorite brunch appetizers or your Charcuterie Board. Here’s one of my favorite family recipes for Red Devil Cheese Ball which you can use as an appetizer spread on Melba Toast.

Red Devil Cheese Ball
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Party Appetizer Red Devil Cheese Ball


Fall is upon us, although with today’s weather in New England you’d think you were back in February when all we've had are Nor'Easters especially along Cape Cod and the Boston Area!   Vermont and New Hampshire have already had snow on some mountains.

Soon enough though all the cold weather will be behind us and we’ll back camping at the beach and lakes before we know it.  One of the items I’ll definitely be packing when we go camping is low-calorie, low-fat snacks like Old London Melba Toast.

So here's an idea for your Charcuterie Board for Holiday Parties - Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas will keep us busy.

Red Devil Cheese Ball


On my blog I’ve written how I’ve embarked on a new diet plan.  Melba Toast will can help put you on the right track towards a healthier summer lifestyle.

For over 80 years, Old London Melba Toast has provided a great alternative to heavy breads or crackers, for healthier snacking. Most of the products are made with all-natural whole grains, which helps a simple snack like Melba Toast and hummus make you stay fuller longer, and less likely reach for junk food.

For more creative options, visit ToastForEverydayHealth.com for a variety of Melba inspired recipes such as Chocolate Pistachio Crunch, Atlantic Salmon Bites and Lemon Meringue Tarts.  These are great for entertaining on the deck or patio!

Easy cleanup with Handmade Kitchen Dish Cloths from Moomettes Crochet Shop!


Red Devil Cheese Ball

1 (8oz) package cream cheese
1 (4-1/2 oz) can deviled ham
1/2 cup walnuts (crush in blender)
Dash Worcestershire & tabasco
1 tbl green relish
1 tbl dry onion soup

Mix ingredients and then chill 1 hour.
Form into balls and roll in nuts.
Chill another hour or more before serving.
Serve on Melba Toast.

© Frugal New England Kitchen


I wrote  this review while participating in a blog campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Old London Melba Toast and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.