Inside Out Garlic Cheese Bites are one of my very favorite (easy) things to make to go with pasta or almost any meal. These little balls of goodness have a yummy surprise inside and are so easy to make. They also make a great appetizer or snack.
These cheese bombs are so easy to make that they’re perfect for a weeknight or any time. They literally take 5 minutes or less to assemble and then you just toss them in the oven to bake. Easy PLUS delicious is a win!
One of the keys to making this easy recipe extra tasty is using garlic salt with parsley. I think the very best one is the Lawry’s Garlic Salt with Parsley. Besides using it in these cheesy bites, it adds extra flavor to so many things. I love to sprinkle it on frozen pizzas and it’s awesome on chicken too.
Inside Out Garlic Cheese Bites Recipe
One can of refrigerated biscuit dough
shredded mozzarella cheese
garlic salt – this Lawry’s Garlic Salt is my favorite!
How to make Inside Out Garlic Cheese Bites:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Open the can of biscuits and stretch each biscuit into a larger circle (be careful not to stretch too far so there are no holes.) Place on a baking sheet. Top each round with a spoonful of mozzarella cheese with a pinch of permesan on top. Sprinkle with garlic salt
Gather in the sides of each round to the center and pinch together to seal. Brush tops with butter. (NOTE: I place a Silpat liner on the pan. Nothing ever sticks!) Bake 8 to 11 minutes or until starting to brown. Enjoy!
Inside-Out Garlic Cheese Bread Bites
- One can of refrigerated biscuit dough
- shredded mozzarella cheese
- parmesan cheese
- garlic salt
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Open the can of biscuits and stretch each biscuit into a larger circle (be careful not to stretch too far so there are no holes.) Place on a baking sheet.
- Top each round with a spoonful of mozzarella cheese with a pinch of parmesan on top. Sprinkle with garlic salt.
- Gather in the sides of each round to the center and pinch together to seal.
- Brush tops with butter.
- Bake 8 to 11 minutes or until starting to brown.
Lauren Monsey Nagel says
Looks yummy! I got to try this. 🙂
Bella T. says
I would rather have these than breadsticks! Mmmm!
I have always done something similar, but on the outside of the biscuits – what a great idea to tuck the flavor INSIDE!
Those look really delicious. A new thing to try.
Ari T says
Oh hey that’s cool! I never thought of adding cheese to my biscuits from the inside! I bet these would be a hit at the dinner table! I know I’d be the first to grab them! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Kelly Nicholson says
i would eat these right along side some mac and cheese….oh yeah
I like the inside-out way of making these. Easy & yummy.
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Heavenly Hugg says
Looking at all this food has made me sooo hungry, haha! I’d love to try this recipe! Everything looks so delicous!!
Bobby Tarumi says
Cool. I still await a restaurant that gives cheese-filled bread like this as the free bread.
Robin Wilson says
What a great way to use this dough! About the only thing I have every used it for, other than biscuits of course, is to make Monkey Bread. But that is a sweet treat and I just love this as a side for dinner! Thanks for the recipe!
Sara Zielinski says
Adding cheese sounds like a good idea, usually when I have had anything with garlic it is plain with butter.
How nifty! I’d like to make these for home, but also to bring along to a buffet, or get together. Everyone likes rolls, but they can be just soo soo, these will cause a riot! I can’t wait to try this!!!