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Author Notes: Nothing fancy, but this spread has been around my family gatherings for as long as I can remember. Can be served at brunch with bagels or at a party / potluck / tailgate with soft pretzel rolls.
Note: The original recipe calls for 1 jar of each Kraft Old English and 1 Roka Blue Cheese spread. Kraft has since discontinued the Roka Blue product and the recipe has been modified to any generic spreadable Blue Cheese. I use Ile de France brand (5.8 ounces) that I can buy from my normal grocery store. —timmytwinkle
- 16 ounces Kraft Old English spread (2 jars)
- 8 ounces Cream cheese
- 1 container (5-8 ounce) spreadable blue cheese. *See introductory paragraph for specifics
- 1/4 teaspoon Garlic salt
- Empty cheese spreads & cream cheese into a medium sized bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds & stir. Repeat the microwave & stir process a few times or until the spread is easy to mix. Use electric mixer to remove clumps, as needed. Adjust seasoning with garlic salt, as needed.
- Serve spread alongside pieces of soft pretzel rolls, bagels, or crackers.
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