Back in November, we blew your minds by making six brand-new twists on a classic party dish: cheeseballs.
Now, with Football's biggest night just days away, we're showing you six more ways to score a touchdown with your guests.
Check them out now, below.
French Onion Cheeseball
This recipe is for all the French Onion Dip-lovers out there. It combines mouth-watering flavors like caramelized onions, gruyere cheese and ground thyme. Best of all: It all gets rolled up into crispy onions (the ones you'd typically use for a green bean casserole) to really give it a double dose of that delicious onion flavor your guests will be craving all night long.
Buffalo Cheeseball Football
Are you a huge fan of buffalo chicken wings? This is the cheeseball for you. If you really want to make it stand out at your game-day party, take crushed pretzels and roll your cheeseball into the shape of a football. Then, add laces on top using fresh chives.
Sure, you could bring wings, dips or other standard dishes to your game-day party. But what about those who want dessert? This incredible PB&J Cheeseball is perfect for any guest with a sweet tooth, as it mixes everything from honey, to cream cheese and, of course, peanut butter and jelly. It's also super easy to make. In fact: The only difficult part will be deciding whether to use creamy or chunky peanut butter. (We'll leave that one to you.)
Bacon, Cheddar and Ranch Cheeseball
When it comes to planning a football party menu, odds are, you're going to need include some ranch. This recipe takes care of exactly that, and throws in two popular favorites -- bacon and cheddar -- along the way. The end result? In a word, touchdown.
Spinach and Artichoke Cheeseball
What good would a party be without spinach and artichoke dip? This recipe takes that classic combo to the extra mile by adding some of your favorite cheeses, including mozzarella and parmesan. Roll it up in some toasted panko and parmesan and you'll be happy in seconds.
Touchdown Tex Mex Cheeseball Football
For those who like things on the spicy side, try this Tex Mex twist on a cheeseball, which includes cumin, paprika, red onions, jalapeños, cilantro and more. (There's a reason why we call it a "Touchdown" cheeseball, after all.)