Key Lime Cheese Ball {Just like Tastefully Simple’s}

My sister brought a delicious Tastefully Simple Key Lime Cheeseball to my house for our Mother’s Day celebration.

It was so delish. Did I mention that already? Okay then.

Key Lime cheese ball served with graham cracker “pretzels” (Pretzels are a Tastefully Simple Product)

Of course, we really don’t want to have to buy the mix if you can do it yourself.     What self-respecting Yankee would?

So, tonight I humbly submit to you, this copycat recipe. :)

 

Key Lime Cheeseball

1 box (7.5 oz) Dr. Oetker Key Lime Pie Filling Dessert Mix (got mine at the grocery store, but many of you have asked to see exactly what it looked like, hence the Amazon link. ;))

2 bricks softened cream cheese

1/2 stick butter

1 cup powdered sugar

Mix until blended will. Pop in the fridge until firm. Roll into crushed graham crackers to form a ball.

Serve with Nilla Wafers or Graham Crackers.

Enjoy!

15 comments

  1. Renee says:

    Love this! Thanks for posting. (I pinned it too.) :)

  2. Penny says:

    What pie filling do you use? I click on the link & it just brings me to Google.

  3. Rosemary Lee says:

    It sounds WONDERFUL! I can’t wait to make it. I loved the tastefully simple version so I’m excited to have this at the next family gathering.

  4. Crystal says:

    Can’t wait to try this! I had purchased a key lime cheese ball dip mix at the Biltmore while camping in SC. I served it as a campfire snack with animal crackers & it was a hit! Thank You :)

  5. Amy says:

    You can also use Southern Gourmet Outrageous Key Lime Pie Filling Mix. It is in a box at Walmart above the canned fruit pie filling.

  6. Danielle says:

    How long did it take to firm up in the refrigerator?? I have to make this with the ts almond pound cake!

  7. Star Miller says:

    The Tastefully Simple one uses one 8 oz pkg cream cheese. When you say 2 bricks do you mean 3 oz or 8 oz?

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