GARLIC HERB CHEESE BOMBS
Mozzarella cheese bomb biscuits with garlic herb butter are out of this world. It takes only 20 minutes to prepare.
I can’t get enough of these garlic and herb cheese bombs. Period.
Ten minutes of prep time, 10 minutes of baking time, and they were out of the oven in 20 minutes, ready for serving.
Isn’t that adorable?
It’s no secret that Thanksgiving dinner may be a bit of a hassle for some folks because there are so many dishes to prepare—many of them from scratch.
Everything from the flawlessly roasted turkey to the buttery handmade buns, side dishes, and desserts needs to be prepared ahead of time.
In the event that your homemade dinner rolls fail to rise or proof on Thanksgiving Day, these garlic herb cheese bombs might come to your rescue, assuming you have the biscuit dough at home!
Even though they are made using store-bought components, that does not detract from the fact that they are delicious. In fact, they’re incredible, and your family would probably adore them as much as you do.
My friends and I made them just this afternoon. Since we won’t be going to school anymore, I decided to whip up some garlic herb cheese bombs for us to enjoy for lunch.
Because they’re so simple, I’m sure I’ll make them again and again.
This is a fantastic side dish for any event.
This is a recipe I’ll definitely be making again for Thanksgiving. Enjoy your holiday, and if you’re heading home, be careful on your route.
The most essential part of Thanksgiving is spending time with family and friends, so make the most of it!
There are just 180 calories in one serving of this meal.
- 115 g of Mozzarella cheese
- 4 tablespoons of melted butter
- 2 cans of refrigerated biscuits
- 1 pinch of salt
- ½ teaspoon of garlic powder
- Chopped fresh parsley leaves
- Set the oven to 400°F.
- Using a can opener, take apart the biscuits in the cans. Cover a cookie sheet using a parchment paper.
- Put a cheese cube at the center of each biscuit before wrapping the cheese bombs.
- Using a biscuit cutter, cut out a large piece of dough to wrap around the cheese and crimp it shut. Place the seam side down and place the biscuits at least 1-inch apart in a single layer.
- When the surface is golden brown, it is done baking.
- As soon as the biscuits come out of the oven, combine the butter with the garlic powder, salt and parsley leaves. Set aside.
- Freshly baked biscuits should be brushed with the butter mixture as soon as they come out of the oven.
- Keep warm before serving.