Cheesy pull apart bread


cheesy pull apart bread|marmite et ponpon

How perfect is this cheesy pull apart bread for the football season? But i am afraid no one would actually be watching the game when you serve it. A perfect and fun amuse bouche to serve when entertaining!

Very easy to make and everyone will rave about.

cheesy pull apart bread |marmite et ponpon

You will need:

  • one round (or long) country bread
  • 100g butter melted
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 2 tsp knorr salad seasoning powder (garlic and herbs)
  • 100g cheddar shredded
  • 100g mozzarella shredded

Start by cutting the bread vertically and horizontally, making sure not to cut it all the way. Mix butter with garlic powder and knorr salad seasoning. If you don’t find knorr use any mixed herbs of your choice with the garlic. Brush the bread in between the cuts then stuff it with the cheese.

Bake for 20 minutes on 180°C in the middle rack.

cheesy pull apart bread| marmite et ponpon

I dare you not to eat this straight from the oven! That’s why i didn’t take so many pictures, i was in a hurry to dig in. Try it and i am sure it will become a favorite in your house.

If you want deeper flavors you can choose also olive bread or zaatar bread… they go heavenly with the cheese.

cheesy pull apart bread | marmite et ponpon

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2 responses to “Cheesy pull apart bread

  1. You pulled apart my heart with this cheesy pull apart bread 😛

    Liked by 1 person

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