One bite of this roasted red pepper cheese ball and you’ll be making it again and again, plus taking it to all the parties and potlucks. A cheese ball makes such a nice addition to a snack tray…they’re usually pretty and decorated with crackers and colorful vegetables all around. Everyone will love this recipe because the roasted red peppers gives it a blast of flavor! Those following the Keto lifestyle or Trim Healthy Mama plan will appreciate this delicious cheese ball any time of the year!
Roasted Red Pepper Cheese Ball Is Low Carb
Cheddar cheese and cream cheese are considered good fats on the Trim Healthy Mama plan.
There are no significant amount of net carbs in the entire cheese ball, so that’s why it is considered low carb!
How Much Cheese Ball Is One Serving?
Technically, most cheese ball recipes on the internet consider a serving to be 2 Tablespoons.
I don’t know about you, but many times an individual will not keep their portion size to one serving, especially if it’s a delicious recipe like this one!
If you are one who likes to count calories or needs to know what the grams of fat and carbs are, then you can check out the nutritional information below the recipe box.
What Can I Eat With A Roasted Red Pepper Cheese Ball?
There are many non-starch veggies that you can use to dip into this cheese ball.
Vegetables such as celery, cucumbers, bell peppers and even a few baby carrots.
If you are into crackers, but want to keep it low carb, you’ll love making your own low carb “chips”.
Next, spray them with coconut oil or butter spray and lightly sprinkle mineral salt on the tops.
Finally, place pieces of tortilla wrap on a paper towel or paper plate in the microwave for thirty seconds.
Depending on the size of your chip, you may have to microwave them for a bit longer.
The end product will be crunchy and delicious like a chip!
How Should I Store A Cheese Ball?
If you are lucky to have any leftovers, you can store it in any airtight container in your refrigerator.
More Dips and Cheese Balls
I love having a variety of dips and cheese balls on my list of things to take to potlucks and holiday gatherings.
If you would rather have a warm dip, you should try this BBQ Chicken Dip.
It is a healthy, low carb and sugar free appetizer that your friends and family are certain to love! Creamy and incredibly tasty, you are sure to receive much gratitude for bringing this dip to your parties.
Pepperoni Pizza Dip – A favorite appetizer for kids and adults the same! This cheesy, low carb dip is delicious with vegetables or low carb homemade chips.
Sweet Cheese Ball – With chocolate chips in every bite, this sweet cheese ball will satisfy your taste buds and have you coming back for more.
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One bite of this roasted red pepper cheese ball and you'll be making it again and again, plus taking it to all the parties and potlucks. A cheese ball makes such a nice addition to a snack tray...they're usually pretty and decorated with crackers and colorful vegetables all around. Everyone will love this recipe because the roasted red peppers gives it a blast of flavor! Those following the Keto lifestyle or Trim Healthy Mama plan will appreciate this delicious cheese ball any time of the year!
- 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/2 teaspoon dried parsley
- 1/2 cup roasted red peppers, drained and chopped very small
- 1/8 teaspoon mineral salt
- Using a hand mixer, mix everything in a medium bowl except the red peppers.
- Add red peppers and stir them in with a spoon or spatula.
- Scoop the cheese ball mixture on to a big piece of plastic wrap.
- Wrap up the cheese ball and form into a ball the best you can.
- Put on a plate and place in the fridge for a couple hours to firm up.
Serving Size2 Tablespoons
Amount Per Serving Calories 80Total Fat 8gNet Carbohydrates <1gProtein 3g