Yum, yum, I am so impressed with this very quick and easy recipe, especially since I accidentally cut the butter in half! (For some strange reason I was thinking one stick was one cup, not half) I made these about the size of meatballs and they turned out delicious and gooey cheesy in the center. Thanks!
These are delicious! I was going to make a recipe I usually use but couldn't find it. After searching for hours and finding all kinds of complicated recipes (too much work) I found this recipe. It looked too simple to be very good but I went ahead with it anyway.I used a 4 cheese blend. No paprika because we don't like it. My marbles must be larger than yours because I got 3 1/2 dozen, not 6 dozen. Otherwise followed the directions and in 15 minutes have a very tasty appetizer. They aren't exactly puffs, more like flats, but scrumptious. Just what I needed for tomorrows gathering.
Yummy! like cheese cookies :) I made a full batch, baked 1 dozen (to try them out), and froze the rest for baking fresh for lunchboxes. Thanks for a snack my cheese loving DD will adore.
Thanks for the great recipe Bev. I made these tonight, baked 6 and froze the rest. I tried one about every 10 minutes to see if they were better warm or at room temperature. I will say that they are excellent at any temperature. A keeper.
These were super easy and fast to assemble and cook. The directions are easy to follow. The 15 minute cooking time is perfect. I froze some successfully and they baked up just as fresh tasting as if I had just made them. I kept some in a zip lock bag for 4 or 5 days and popped them back in the oven for a few minutes and they tasted crisp and fresh. Thanks for sharing your recipe Bev!
The recipe turns out great. Very flavorful cheese... flats? Mine didn't puff up all cute and perfect like one of the pictures shown with this recipe. But still taste grate. My only complain is that it's very greasy. 1 stick of butter is a bit too rich for me. Going to try 1/2 stick next time.
I am an avid cheese lover and was looking forward to tasting these, however I followed the recipe as stated and my cheese balls came out flat. They tasted alright, but needed something to moisten them. They were a little dry on the inside. I may try these again and will write a new review on my new outcome.
I've made these and they're awesome. Found them in a Lutheran cookbook. We've used corn meal and/or corn flour instead of the flour sometimes and they're a little harder but still really good!
These were a hit for my NYE party. I made them ahead of time and froze them. I then baked at 350 in my toaster oven for about 12 min. Make sure you don't over cook them. The first few test ones I did I over cooked and they were super dry. I'm definitely adding this to my make ahead and keep on hand in freezer appetizer recipes.
Very easy and good. Added some cayenne to pep it up. These go fast!