Sweet and Salty "Lollipop" Cheese Balls

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These make the perfect special-occasion food — kids can help make them and they’re also delicious (to children and adults). Between the rolling, covering with cranberries and poking of pretzel sticks, there are at least three jobs fit for small fingers. Then there's the fact that the recipe requires only a handful of ingredients (four to be exact). Now that's something to make parents swoon. Get the recipe for these kid-friendly cheese balls at Foodlets.com.

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Photo by: Marshall Troy ©2012,Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Marshall Troy, 2012,Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

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