Garlic Parmesan Cheese Bomb


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Don't look at this recipe if you are really hungry! Ok look at it and save it for later because these garlic parmesan cheese bombs look so darn good! There is nothing like freshly baked bread recipes right from the oven. That warm, freshly baked bread and the smell of it baking still lingering in the air. It is probably one of my favourite smells. With this recipe, you can have some yummy cheese buns in only 15 minutes! That's all it takes for these little guys, simple as that.

You use the pre-made biscuit dough from Pillsbury as the dough for your biscuits and stuff each one with parmesan cheese, bake them and that's really it! Besides brushing them with butter to melt on top once they are done, which would be a step you wouldn't want to miss. Alyssa, The Recipe Critic, says that her and her husband ate them all so fast right when they came out of the oven. Her hubby dipped them in ranch dressing, and she just ate them as is, but thought they would be great with alfredo sauce or marinara sauce. They would also be great with a little pesto spread on them I bet!

These Garlic Parmesan Cheese Bomb Recipe would be a great addition to any pasta night, or when you are really just craving some home baked bread, but don't want to go through the whole kneading and processing part of making it. You could even make them on the spur of the moment if you had guests coming over and they would be so delighted to see the freshly made buns with a cheesy surprise in the centre.

Some of the ingredients you will need for this recipe include the Pillsbury biscuits, some cheese sticks, some butter, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and parmesan cheese. To start preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and grease a baking pan. Then take each biscuit and place a piece of cheese into the centre of each biscuit. Then pinch the sides of the biscuit around the cheese, so the cheese is completely covered by the biscuit dough. Then place the seam side down on the prepared baking sheet, and bake for ten minutes until golden. Then melt the butter, and stir in the garlic powder, and Italian seasoning, along with the parmesan cheese. Cook the biscuits until they are done, then brush the butter mixture on top of each biscuit. Then serve warm.

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