Watch Video: Frosty The Cheeseball Man

He Melts into Cheezy Fondue Dip!

Frosty the Cheeseball Man is made of three Velveeta balls stacked and frosted with cream cheese and decorated with veggies. Proudly present him in an electric skillet to party guests then plug it in. In 30 minutes, he melts into cheesy fondue dip! … FUN n YUM !!!


  • 2 large blocks of Velveeta
  • 2 large bricks of Cream cheese
  • Red and Green Bell pepper
  • Carrot
  • Black Olive Slices
  • 2 Pretzel Sticks


  1. Hand roll Velveeta into three balls – small medium and large.
  2. Frost each with cream cheese
  3. Stack (u may want to use a pretzel rod as a spine)
  4. Decorate with veggies


  1. Plug electric skillet in set at 300 degrees.
  2. Watch him melt.
  3. After about 30 minutes, he’s dip. Dig in.
 Serve with chips or whatever else u wanna dip in melted Velveeta and cream cheese.

Display Frosty posed in an electric skillet. Gather guests around him with cocktails in hand and have a toast to him: “Here’s to and cheers to Frosty the Cheeseball Man!” Plug him in and watch him perform over the next 30 minutes by melting into cheesy fondue dip and dig in! Great for adults but kids like him too! … FUN n YUM !!!


Charles Phoenix: Frosty the Cheeseball Man


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16 Responses to “Watch Video: Frosty The Cheeseball Man”

  1. Madalyn Rofer-Choate says:

    You are a genius.

  2. MaryJane says:

    Hi Charles,
    This was truly inspirational and disgusting at the same time. Having said all that, I still love your testing kitchen idea and you,of course, are fabulous as always.
    Who knew when we went to design school that you would become the King of Kitch.


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  5. Lani says:

    I am too intimidated to attempt the Cherpumple, so Frosty the Cheeseball Man will have to do!

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  7. Tinga says:

    That was great! I’d like to request a cooking demo on Jello shots. Have only heard of them; never tried them yet. I hear they can be the hit of a party. What say you?

  8. Dan Dexter says:

    Charles, you are an inspiration to all us mid-century enthusiasts. I wouldn’t be surprised if this quickly supplants the ubiquitous French’s green bean casserole as the next most popular holiday dish! Just image YOUR recipe on the Velveeta or Philly Cream cheese package! I can’t wait to serve it to my party guests right in my ’57 West Bend electric skillet.

  9. AngryNakedFlea says:

    If you were to incorporate salsa inside of the cheeseballs, it would melt into a tasty gory mess.

  10. Candy clark says:

    Charles, you are an inspiration! Good looking too. Next time call me, i’ m just down the street from the test kitchen. Xxxx

  11. Bridgett Beau says:

    I love this !!! I’m so making this today !!! I love your site !!!

  12. Lana says:

    This is a seriously awesome idea. O.O

    I wonder how many people I’ll have to beg before someone makes it for me. :D

  13. Merry says:

    Love Frosty the Cheese Ball Man! I will be making him for our office Christmas party! oh and there will be pictures!! Thanks for the great idea! And, I LOVE your aluminum tree and the bubble lights! :)

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