These super simple Garlic Cheese Bombs are stuffed with gooey mozzarella cheese and then lathered with a garlic and herb butter. Perfect addition to your family meals or even for an appetizer.
Garlic Cheese Bombs
My family loves just about anything stuffed with cheese. We also tend to eat quite a bit of bread with our meals. I will quite often make our Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls or our CopyCat Olive Garden Breadsticks. Having bread to dip in our favorite dishes is perfect.
My kiddos love to make crescent rolls or store bought biscuits just to enjoy for an afternoon or evening snack. I can say they are actually addicted to them. I always keep supply on hand.
So many recipes can be made just using canned biscuits, they are so versatile.
When I spotted these Garlic Herb Cheese Bombs over on Love Bakes Good Cakes, I knew I needed to make a batch for our dinner this past weekend. They were so super simple and the whole family asked for a second batch. Luckily they are so quick and easy, I was able to whip up another batch before everyone was done eating.
You will want to grab some basic store bought biscuits, mozzarella string cheese, a few spices, and of course some butter. One trick to making sure that your Garlic Cheese Bombs do not blow out the cheese is to be sure to seal the biscuit real well. Pinch all of the dough together real well.
1 can basic Biscuits (10 ct)
2 Mozzarella String Cheese sticks
2 1/2 tbsp melted Butter
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1/4 tsp Basil
1/4 tsp Oregano
Line baking sheet with parchment paper or silicone mat.
Preheat oven to 400.
Unwrap and cut each string cheese into 5 pieces.
Flatten each biscuit place 1 piece of cheese in middle and wrap biscuit dough around it.
Place each biscuit, gathered side down on prepared baking sheet.
Bake for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.
If cheese leaks out, gently push back inside.
Stir together melted butter, garlic and spices until blended.
Brush each with butter mixture and serve warm.
Adapted From: Love Bakes Good Cakes
Do you have a favorite bread recipe that you make for a family dinner side?
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