This was pretty good. I added toffee bits to the filling and rolled it in mini chocolate chips and toffee bits. Like other reviewers, I added extra sugar to thicken it up a bit. The ball wasn't firm enough to roll in the mini chips and toffee bits at first, so I placed it in a bowl lined with wax paper and tucked it away in the freezer for about 15 minutes. Then, it was easy to add the topping. It softened up by the time it was served, but it was a great cnsistency, in my opinion. Guests were able to scoop it out with a spoon. I served it with honey bee shaped graham snack crackers, and it made a perfect dip. I think the nuts would be great, but I chose not to use them due to picky kids and because I was afraid it would be taken for a "regular" cheeseball rather than a dessert. This is a quick, no-bake recipe that I'll probably make again when I'm short on time.
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This was pretty good. I added toffee bits to the filling and rolled it in mini chocolate...