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I found this recipe and used it as my inspiration for this bread side. I was serving it with spaghetti so I wanted it to just be a play on garlic bread. You are going to need…
2- canisters homestyle biscuits (10 count)
Cheddar cheese (I used mild)
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
I didn’t measure how much cheese I used, I just cut the pieces roughly the size of dice. But you can use as much or as little cheese as you would like. If you need to flatten out the biscuit a little to fit the cheese, that’s okay.
Fold the biscuit around the cheese and make sure you press it together so the cheese doesn’t ooze out. 🙂
Spray a pan (I used a bundt pan because I think bundt pans make everything prettier. :-)) and pile your cheesy biscuits in! Don’t press them down, they will bake together well.
Melt your butter, add the garlic and parsley flakes. With a pastry brush, spread mixture over the dough. Leave a little left over. Bake at the temp suggested on the biscuit directions. You will probably need to almost double the baking time. Mine suggested baking for 8-10 mins, I ended up baking for 15 mins.
See, aren’t they pretty! 🙂 Ooops…you can see some of my cheese trying to escape!
Flip the biscuits over onto a platter or plate and spread remaining melted butter on top! My boys LOVED this! The cheese inside is like a surprise for them. 🙂 It’s super easy and yummy and will appeal to almost everyone. Enjoy!
If you’re looking for a delicious main dish to go with this, try our Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo!
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Wowza!! This pull apart garlic cheese bread looks wonderful!!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe and linking to Tempt My Tummy Tuesday.
how easy and yum yum. thanks for sharing so much!
Thank you Trish!
These look so good. Since there are just two of us, I think I will try halving the recipe and putting the biscuits in a small pie pan. Thanks for sharing. I am picking up some biscuits this week.
I baked a similar bread a few weeks ago, so I know it’s also very tasty
You will really enjoy them Loy! Thanks for visiting!
This looks so good, thanks for sharing!
What a great idea! That looks so yummy and I know my kids would get a kick out of pulling the bread apart. I’d love for you to share with my readers if you get the chance. http://www.momontimeout.com/2011/10/taking-timeout-thursday-link-party-no-2.html
Thanks Trish! I’ll be sure to link up! 🙂
My family would love this!
It’s VERY kid friendly Candy…they can even help make it! 🙂
OHHHH yum!!! 2 of my favorite things: Garlic and Cheese! I am pinning this! Thanks for linking up. 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Oh heaven help us. That looks too good for words. Cannot wait to make it. Come visit us. We have a really wonderful sweet potato stuffed french toast to share.
Considering I LOVE sweet potatoes AND french toast, I’m on my way over right now to check it out! Thansk!!
Such a simple yet delicious recipe. Love the flavor combination of cheese and herbs. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Amy!
Great idea! Thanks for sharing
Thank you Mrs. Delightful! 🙂
Those look so yummy!
Thank you Kim!!
What a fun yummy recipe, this would be so good! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week end and come back soon!
Thank you Helen!
Hi Paula! I just wanted to thank you for sharing this amazing recipe at this weeks Taking A Timeout party.
Thank you Trish!
Oh, my!! This looks amazing!!
We tried these the other night and my 9 year old did all the steps (except for putting them in the oven) and they came out SO yummy! We will definitely be trying these again! Thank you for posting the recipe!
Thanks Annikke! I love recipes that kids can help with! 🙂
But what do I put the oven on for? I can’t find where it says that.
You will use the temperature it says on the package of biscuits or rolls you use. Thanks!
Would this work with 3 canisters of biscuits? I want to make this but need more then 20 knots and only want to cook it once since I only have 1 Bundt pan