Easy Garlic Cheese Bombs Recipe – biscuit bombs filled with gooey mozzarella, brushed with garlic Ranch butter and baked into perfection. Easy, fast and absolutely addicting!
Meet the babies of the all time popular Easy Cheesy Garlic Bread. Your new favorite party appetizer and snack. Also, I would like to thank Pinterest for constantly feeding me cheesy bread inspiration and ideas. Because here I was, thinking my cheesy garlic bread is so good, there would be no other recipe that could satisfy my cheese cravings same way and these bombs proved me wrong. So wrong!
How can you ever say no to a warm, garlic butter roll filled with gooey cheese? I always say, I can never give up cheese, bread and chocolate. I can take a break from it, but it would be really hard to give it up entirely. We are huge fans of appetizers and game day food and it seems like all of them are bread and cheese related. Needless to say, these babies are here to stay! And we already have more plans for them! 🙂
HOW TO MAKE CHEESE BOMBS
Can things get any easier than opening a can of biscuits (BTW! Do you freak out when it pops? I totally do!!), placing a square piece of mozzarella and pinching the seams. Then they are ready for a little garlic Ranch butter brush and off to the oven they go for 14 minutes. They are best served while still warm and dipped in marinara sauce. Woah!
You may know by now, that Ranch seasoning mix is my secret ingredient in a lot of dishes. I used it in my Cheesy Garlic Bread, my Spinach Dip Cheesy Bread, Spinach Dip Chicken Pasta and others. It’s fantastic! For cheese, I use mozzarella that I buy in a brick. For this recipe, I used about 3 oz. of the cheese, cubed into 3/4″ pieces. You may have some leftover. You need 10 pieces for 10 biscuits. I am using buttermilk biscuits, regular size (not jumbo). I buy mine at ALDI. You can use fresh garlic for stronger garlic flavor or store bought minced for more mellow flavor.
I highly recommend serving marinara sauce along side of the cheese bombs. If you don’t have any, simply mix crushed tomatoes with 1 packet of Ranch seasoning mix. You may have to add some salt and pepper. Bam! Easy-peasy!
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