Almond Cheese Pinecone Recipe

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Almond Cheese Pinecone Recipe

Recipe Ingredients

1 crackers
1 pine sprigs for garnish
1/2 tsp worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup minced green onions
1/2 lb crumbled blue cheese
2 cup blanched toasted whole
1 almonds
3 package (8-oz ea) cream cheese
1 softened
2 jars (5-oz ea) pasteurized
1 process cheese spread
1 w/pimento

Recipe Preparation

In a large bowl with mixer at medium speed, beat cream cheese, cheese
spread with pimento and blue cheese until smooth. With spoon, stir in
green onions and worcestershire sauce. Cover and refrigerate about
one hour. On work surface, with hands, shape cheese mixture into
shape of large pine cone. Arrange on wooden board. Beginning at
narrow end of cone, carefully press almonds about 1/4 inch deep into
cheese mixture in rows, making sure that pointed end of each almond
extends at a slight angle. Continue pressing almonds into cheese
mixture in rows, with rows slightly overlapping, until all cheese is
covered. Garnish pinecone with pine sprigs. Serve with crackers.



Servings: 1




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