Thursday, September 24, 2009

Cheezy Balls...

How can I even move on from that ridiculous title? I think I may have called a few people by that description more than once...
But this post isn't about name-calling, it's about a scrumptious, simple and exciting treat that YOU can whip up in your own kitchen! With or without a dehydrator.
Now please brace yourself because this post contains an extreme over-use of the word "balls"...
Cheezy Balls
This is just too simple.
Step 1.
Make a couple batches of Zucchini Monsterella Cheeze
Roll the Cheeze into bite sized balls
Step 2.
Place the balls (a few at a time) in an air tight container with a good amount of one of the following:
Shake the container until the balls are evenly coated!
Step 3.
Proceed with one of the following drying methods:
Dehydrator: Place the coated Cheezy balls in a dehydrator for about thirst minutes - or until the outer coating has dried to a crisp. Remove and re-coat the cheezy balls with the dry cheeze powder.
Conventional Oven: Set oven  at it's lowest heat (leaving the oven door cracked open), place balls onto a parchment lined baking sheet and leave them in the oven with the oven door cracked open for roughly one hour, or until the outer coating has dried to a crisp. Remove and re-coat with cheeze powder.
Either of the above methods will keep the Cheezy balls from getting moist and soggy - skip step three if you plan on eating them right away.

Yay Cheezy balls!

The End.

Sarahfae - AtV

1 comment:

  1. Those sound really good! Bonus points for being super fun to say when you pass them around. I think a dehydrator needs to be on our list.