Garlic Cheese Bombs

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Garlic Cheese Bombs

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500 g Pizza dough or scone dough, or premade biscuits
200 gr Cheddar cut in 25 pieces
4 tbsp Butter
2 cloves Garlic crushed
140 g Parmesan
2 tbsp Parsley

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If you look on Pinterest for the most amazing taste on Earth you will find this recipe. I mean it (no, not the search), this is just Heaven for cheese lovers. Last summer, one very lazy afternoon, I wanted to make a little snack for me and Daniel, but I wanted also something that looks good, that doesn’t take too much time to make and that is also not too pricey. And I was struck with luck when after a few clicks I saw this amazing picture, with balls covered in cheese and cheddar oozing out. I rushed to the store, got everything I needed, got very dirty hands and waited for the miracles to come out of the oven. And it was just DE-LI-CIOUS!

You can find the original recipe here, on Spend with Pennies. It’s a really nice site for food lovers. I entered once for the Garlic Cheese Bombs and I never left!


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Preheat oven at 190 C.


Cut your dough into 25 equal squares. But let's talk a bit about the dough. The original recipe is with premade biscuits, but because we cannot find that in the Netherlands we used pizza dough and it worked just perfectly. I usually like to make my own dough, but this time I was just lazy and I bought a roll from the supermaket. The one that we had was just enough for 25 big bombs.


Place a cheese cube in the middle and wrap the dough around the cube. Roll in your hands to make a ball, just as you would make meatballs.


In a sauce pan melt butter and mix with the crushed garlic. In a bowl combine grated parmesan with parsley and get ready to get dirty.


Roll each ball in butter and than in the cheese mixture. Your finger will become so sticky and so hard to clean, but trust me, it's worth it.


Place a baking sheet in an oven tray and place balls in a row, with a bit of distance between them. I might have used a bit too much cheese (enthusiasm), so just to be sure that they don't get stuck to eachother place them just as I did. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden.


I am Adriana and I love food, as you can probably see from what I cook. I like to bake and I like to experiment with new tastes, and my 2016 resolution is to try to cook healthy and special meals every day.

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