Y’all have been asking me for easy, super simple recipes and I’m here to please! This cheesy pull-apart bread is so simple and jam packed with flavor. It’s just perfect with spaghetti or lasagna!
I baked mine a little longer than the directions I gave you because I wanted a little crunch…sorta like a breadstick feeling, which is why my photos show a darker bread. It’s up to you if you want to do that or not. Since I like to shlop up my spaghetti sauce with bread, I thought the extra crunch would keep it from getting so soggy. Between the butter sauce and the Cabot’s Alpine Cheddar Cheese, it was so, so flavorful. I have a bad habit of not seasoning enough so when I get something right for a change, it blows me away. I don’t use dry mustard often so I wasn’t sure the exact flavor that would create with the garlic but wow, it was delicious!
If you haven’t tried Cabot cheeses, I encourage you give them a try. Nothing against store or other brands, because I’ve used those for years, but Cabot Cheese has incredible flavor. I’m not even joking y’all. You can definitely tell that it’s of high quality. I’ll be honest with you, I usually go for whatever cheese is available but after having a variety of Cabot cheese, I have a new appreciation for fine, aged cheese. I even read on the package that it’s naturally gluten free and lactose free. I know a lot of you will love that!
Finally, I just used some Pillsbury biscuits, you know, the ones that you can get 4 in a pack? If you buy the bigger biscuits, it will definitely make the loaf bigger and feed more but we were content with what I used. Hope you guys enjoy this, as it is just one of many super easy recipes I’ll be sharing with you this year!
This literally takes like 5 minutes to put together and about 30 minutes baking time.
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- ¼ cup butter, melted
- ½ tsp dry mustard
- 1 can biscuits
- ¼ cup grated Cabot Alpine Cheese
- Preheat oven to 375’
- Combine garlic, butter, and mustard in a bowl.
- Cut each biscuit into fourths.
- Coat the bottom of a loaf pan with 2 tablespoons of the butter mixture.
- Dip each biscuit piece in butter mixture and place in bread pan.
- Drizzle remaining butter over top of biscuit pieces and top with grated cheese.
- Bake 25-30 minutes or until golden brown.