Perfect for entertaining or group snacking, this Dill Green Onion Cheese Ball recipes is easy and fast to make. Three types of cheese, dill, green onions and a few seasonings are all you need!
Truth be told I’d happily live on appetizers. I see nothing wrong with crackers, cheese and a glass of wine for dinner. Or chips and dip. Or anything cheesy, like Queso (that covers both cheesy and dips). Creamy Hot Artichoke Dip with Garlic Toast Rounds and Savory Blue Cheese Cake are probably two of my favorites, but I digress.
With Spring arriving, light fresh-flavored food is what we are craving and this Dill Green Onion Cheese Ball is just the ticket. It’s easy to make and has a wonderful blend of flavors perfect for snacking or entertaining guest. I love the creamy texture, a hint of tanginess and the blend of irresistible flavors.
It has been a while since I shared a cheese ball recipe. In fact I think it was a Taco Cheese Ball coated in black sesame seeds for Halloween. By the way that recipe is too good to only have for Halloween. Coat it with crushed tortilla chips and serve it all year long.
Today’s Dill Green Onion Cheese Ball is a combination of cream cheese, gouda cheese and goat cheese with some spices and flavorings. It’s whipped together in using a mixer and chilled until firm, formed into a ball and coated with dill. I would love it coated in fresh dill for the feathery texture and bright green color but couldn’t find any when making it to share with you. Dried dill is just as delicious.
Serve it with a variety of crackers (I used multiple gluten-free options) that are lighter in flavor so the cheese ball takes the center flavor stage. It’s perfect when having company or frankly so spring-flavored snacking. I put ours out on the counter with crackers and it was enjoyed for drive-by after school pre-dinner snacking!
Dill Green Onion Cheese Ball
- 1 8- ounce package Cream Cheese , room temperature or softened
- 4- ounces Goat Cheese , room temperature
- 4 ounces shredded Gouda Cheese , room temperature (1/2 cup)
- ¼ cup Unsalted Butter , room temperature
- ½ teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
- 2 tablespoons thinly sliced Scallions
- 1 teaspoon plus 1 tablespoon dried Dill Weed
- Combine the cream cheese, goat cheese, gouda, butter and Worcestershire sauce in the bowl of stand mixer equipped with the paddle attachment and mix on medium until fully combined and fluffy. Alternatively, a hand mixer can be used.
- Add the scallions and 1 teaspoon dried dill weed and mix in on low.
- Scrape the mixture out of the mixing bowl onto a piece of plastic wrap, shape roughly into a ball (will be reshaped when chilled) and wrap tightly. Chill for a minimum of 4 hours.
- Remove from refrigerator, shape into a ball and roll to cover with dill. Serve with crackers.
Seattle Travel Blogger says
This looks like the perfect accompaniment for those sports parties at the house.
I really like its appearance as well as its usefulness!
Annemarie LeBlanc says
Your cheeseball looks so good! I have never actually tried making a cheese ball for fear that it would be one major fail. I will try to find an easy recipe I can follow and try my hand at making my very first. Your post inspired me to do so!
Wow that looks great! Best it tastes fantastic too. I’d love to make this for our Easter table spread.
Rachel Ferrucci says
oh my gosh I love this! It will be a for sure party hit and I’m bookmarking this! Perfect for Easter!
Nancy @ whispered inspirations says
You had me at cheese! That looks so delicious! I’m going to make this on the weekend! Thanks!
Michelle Waller says
Dill and cheese, what more could one ask for? This looks simply delish and a must have at any party.
Amy Desrosiers says
I love dill and cheese so much! This looks like one big ball of delicious joy to me!
I have got to make this cheese ball the next time I have people over. This looks way too good, a must try recipe.
I will have to get the ingredients I need to make this tomorrow. I am having company on Saturday and this will be perfect to serve.
Claudia Krusch says
I need to try making a cheese ball for this weekend. It looks so good I can not wait to try it. I am sure it will be a hit.