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Easy Chipped Beef Cheese Ball

Easy Chipped Beef Cheese Ball

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Easy Chipped Beef Cheese Ball is the perfect appetizer loaded with cheddar cheese, cream cheese, green onions and dried beef. Salted, dried ground beef pairs perfectly with fresh and flavorful ingredients to make every bite a flavor blast!

If you’re looking for a great cheeseball recipe, you’ve come to the right place. You should also try this Bacon Ranch Cheese Ball, this super easy Jalapeno Bacon Cheese Ball, or this perfectly refreshing Pineapple Cheese Ball.

Chopped beef cheese ball with a hand dipping a cracker into it.

Chip Beef Cheese Ball

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of appetizers! From dips to sliders, charcuterie boards and of course cheese balls, I just can’t get enough! In my opinion, there’s nothing quite like going to a party and seeing a snack spread. I can’t wait to dive in, so I always make sure my parties are packed with snacks. Cheeseballs are one of my favorites because they are so easy to make!

There’s really nothing wrong with a cheese ball, and once you’ve made it at home you’ll never want another store bought again! Homemade Cheese Balls are fully customizable and you can make them exactly how you like them. This Easy Ground Beef Cheese Ball is a great first time recipe because it’s always a hit and super easy to put together.

ingredients

A meatball and cheeseball is made from just a few simple ingredients. It’s so important to get quality ingredients so that your end product tastes as good as you want it to. You should be able to find ground beef at your local grocery store in the canned meat section. See recipe card below for full measurements.

Cream Cheese: You will need 2 blocks of cream cheese, I prefer to use full-fat cream cheese. Make sure you let it sit at room temperature for a few hours to give it time to soften. Dried Beef: Ground beef is a form of pressed, salted, and dried beef that has been cut into thin pieces. It’s usually in a jar near the canned meat section of the grocery store. Spring Onions: Spring onions are so perfect on the outside of the cheese ball. You should wash them well and cut them into small pieces so that they are the perfect size. Cheddar Cheese: I like to buy shredded cheddar cheese because it saves time. You can also get a block of cheddar cheese and grate it yourself. You need a cup. It’s full of flavor and perfect with cream cheese. You will definitely want to use it! Garlic Powder: Garlic powder really has a great savory flavor that goes great with all of the flavors in this cheese ball. Salt: I like to add a little salt to bring out any flavors in the other ingredients. Since the ground beef is already salty, you can leave it out if you like.

Minced beef cheese ball on parchment paper.

Ground beef cheeseballs recipe

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make this Ground Beef Cheeseballs recipe. It is perfectly served with Ritz Crackers, wheat thin or fresh vegetables. I know many people who love to add walnuts or pecans as well. It’s perfect how you want it made!

Mix: In a large bowl, add cream cheese, ground beef (about ¼ cup), scallions, cheddar cheese, Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, and salt. Mix together until incorporated. Roll: Roll into a ball and wrap in plastic. Refrigerate for at least an hour or until firm. Roll in Toppings: Unroll the cheese ball from the plastic wrap and roll in reserved ground beef and scallions. Serve with crackers.

Chopped beef cheese ball on a white plate with crackers surrounding it.

Tips for making a cheese ball

Making a ground beef cheese ball is really easy! It’s a quick recipe that you can make anytime you feel like a tasty appetizer. It’s also a great way to use up some of those random things in your fridge before they go bad, since a lot of things taste great in a cheese ball.

Rolling the Cheese Ball: When rolling cheese balls, I find it easiest to transfer the mixture onto a section of plastic wrap, then pinch the corners together and twist it to slightly form a ball. Then either cut the wrap at the base of the twist or just twist it open to transfer to a serving platter. Cream Cheese at Room Temperature: In order for the cream cheese to mix well and stay creamy, be sure to let it sit at room temperature for a few hours before attempting to make this recipe. If you try to mix it cold it will be lumpy and not as good. How to Use Chipped Beef: Chipped beef is a dried and salted meat that you should be able to find in the canned meat section of your grocery store. If you’re having trouble finding it or want to use a different meat, you have many options because it’s great with any protein! Of course, bacon is a great substitute in a pinch, or you could use any dried meat.

Chopped beef cheese ball on a white plate with crackers surrounding it.

store leftovers

I love this ground beef dip because it makes great leftovers. It’s easy to store and tastes great for days. How to store your beef cheeseball.

In the Refrigerator: Store your meatballs in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. In the Freezer: I also love a good cheeseball recipe because you can freeze them! It’s a great way to have them ready ahead of time. Simply wrap the cheese ball in plastic wrap and place in an airtight plastic bag. They last up to a month.

A party is not complete without appetizers! At least I’m totally disappointed when a party doesn’t have one because snacking is my favorite thing at parties. I love nibbling on tasty snacks and getting to know the people around me better. Here are a few tried-and-true appetizer recipes that are sure to resonate with your guests.

In a large bowl, add the cream cheese, ground beef (reserve about ¼ cup), scallions, cheddar cheese, Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, and salt. Mix together until incorporated.

Roll into a ball and wrap in plastic. Refrigerate for at least an hour or until firm.

Unroll the cheese ball from the plastic wrap and roll in the reserved ground beef and green onions. Serve with crackers.

Originally published December 23, 2018. Updated January 8, 2023

Servings: 12

Calories 42kcal (2%) Carbohydrates 1g Protein 2g (4%) Fat 3g (5%) Saturated Fat 2g (10%) Cholesterol 10mg (3%) Sodium 122mg (5%) Potassium 34mg ( 1%) Fiber 1g (4%) Sugar 1g (1%) Vitamin A144 IE (3%)Vitamin C1mg (1%)Calcium73mg (7%)Iron 1mg (6%)

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is an estimate only. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary per household based on the brands you use, measurement methods, and serving sizes.

Course appetizer

American cuisine

Keyword cheese balls, ground beef cheese balls

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