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When these balls came out of the oven, the whole family scarfed down 3 trays!


 

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What a delightful sensation it is to bite into something cheesy, with a crunchy exterior and a gooey interior! That's why I feel compelled to tell you about these Baked Broccoli Cheese Balls. When I'm craving something decadent but yet want to sneak in some vegetables, I always go for them. This baked cheese ball recipe has its roots in a healthier take on the traditional fried cheese ball, making it an ideal choice for times when you're watching your calorie intake. These tiny jewels are sure to be a hit at any occasion—whether you're entertaining guests, searching for a way to spice up dinner, or just craving a snack. Plus, they're a great way to get the kids (or yourself) to eat more veggies!
For a light lunch, try these Baked Broccoli Cheese Balls with a tangy marinara sauce or serve them with a fresh green salad. These appetizers may easily be transformed into a full-fledged supper when paired with a bowl of tomato soup or your preferred grain pilaf, satisfying heartier appetites.
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Braised Cheese Balls with Broccoli
 
Approximate serving size:

24 cheese balls

Here are the ingredients: - 1 cup of breadcrumbs - 2 cups of coarsely chopped broccoli florets
2-two eggs-one and a half cups of crumbled cheddar cheese-one and a half cups of grated Parmesan cheese
These ingredients call for 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour and 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder.
-Onion powder, 1/2 teaspoon
- Season with salt and pepper according to your preference.
- Misting pans with cooking spray
What to do
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1. Grease or line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set oven temperature to 400°F, or 200°C.
2. Cook the broccoli florets in a steamer for three to five minutes, or until they are just crisp-tender. After they've cooled, finely slice them (or use a food processor if you're in a rush).
3. In a sizable bowl, mix the chopped broccoli with the following ingredients: breadcrumbs, cheddar, Parmesan, eggs, flour, garlic powder, and onion powder. Before mixing everything together, add the salt and pepper.
4. Roll the dough into little balls, each about an inch across, and set them on the baking sheet that has been preheated.
5. Put the cheese balls in the oven and bake for 20 to 25 minutes, or until they turn brown and feel firm when touched.
6. Be careful, they are hot; wait a few minutes before serving.
 
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Tips and Variations - To make it gluten-free, use a gluten-free substitute to breadcrumbs or grind some rolled oats into a coarse meal. - Feel free to experiment with various cheeses. A little pepper jack cheese gives it a kick, and mozzarella may give it a great stretchiness.
- You can create these lovely treats in advance and store them in the freezer with no problems at all. Making the balls couldn't be easier; just roll them into balls, put them on a baking sheet, and freeze until frozen. Then, pop them into a freezer bag. To bake them from frozen, just add a few minutes to the cooking time when you're ready.
- Additionally, you may add extra vegetables by including finely chopped spinach or shredded carrots. You'll get a lot more broccoli for your money this way!Make a copy of this dish.
What a delightful sensation it is to bite into something cheesy, with a crunchy exterior and a gooey interior! That's why I feel compelled to tell you about these Baked Broccoli Cheese Balls. When I'm craving something decadent but yet want to sneak in some vegetables, I always go for them. This baked cheese ball recipe has its roots in a healthier take on the traditional fried cheese ball, making it an ideal choice for times when you're watching your calorie intake. These tiny jewels are sure to be a hit at any occasion—whether you're entertaining guests, searching for a way to spice up dinner, or just craving a snack. Plus, they're a great way to get the kids (or yourself) to eat more veggies!
For a light lunch, try these Baked Broccoli Cheese Balls with a tangy marinara sauce or serve them with a fresh green salad. These appetizers may easily be transformed into a full-fledged supper when paired with a bowl of tomato soup or your preferred grain pilaf, satisfying heartier appetites.
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Braised Cheese Balls with Broccoli
 
Approximate serving size:
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For Ingredients And Complete Cooking Instructions Please Head On keep  on Reading  (>)

24 cheese balls
Here are the ingredients: - 1 cup of breadcrumbs - 2 cups of coarsely chopped broccoli florets
2-two eggs-one and a half cups of crumbled cheddar cheese-one and a half cups of grated Parmesan cheese
These ingredients call for 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour and 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder.
-Onion powder, 1/2 teaspoon
- Season with salt and pepper according to your preference.
- Misting pans with cooking spray
What to do
1. Grease or line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set oven temperature to 400°F, or 200°C.
2. Cook the broccoli florets in a steamer for three to five minutes, or until they are just crisp-tender. After they've cooled, finely slice them (or use a food processor if you're in a rush).
3. In a sizable bowl, mix the chopped broccoli with the following ingredients: breadcrumbs, cheddar, Parmesan, eggs, flour, garlic powder, and onion powder. Before mixing everything together, add the salt and pepper.
4. Roll the dough into little balls, each about an inch across, and set them on the baking sheet that has been preheated.
5. Put the cheese balls in the oven and bake for 20 to 25 minutes, or until they turn brown and feel firm when touched.
6. Be careful, they are hot; wait a few minutes before serving.
 
Promotional Information
 
Tips and Variations - To make it gluten-free, use a gluten-free substitute to breadcrumbs or grind some rolled oats into a coarse meal. - Feel free to experiment with various cheeses. A little pepper jack cheese gives it a kick, and mozzarella may give it a great stretchiness.
- You can create these lovely treats in advance and store them in the freezer with no problems at all. Making the balls couldn't be easier; just roll them into balls, put them on a baking sheet, and freeze until frozen. Then, pop them into a freezer bag. To bake them from frozen, just add a few minutes to the cooking time when you're ready.
- Additionally, you may add extra vegetables by including finely chopped spinach or shredded carrots. You'll get a lot more broccoli for your money this way!
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