Easy Cheesy Pull Apart Bread Recipe - Holiday Hosting With Stella Cheeses

Super excited to bring you this tasty, and super simple recipe! This would be easy to throw together for a holiday party that you're hosting or attending, and only takes a few ingredients. Add whatever pizza toppings you like, they all taste pretty amazing in this dish.

I used some of my favorite Parmesan cheese from Stella Cheeses in this recipe, and the rich, strong taste of both the Asiago and the Parmesan made this dish complete. We prefer to shred our own cheese, so we always buy harder cheeses by the block instead of pre-shredded. That's one of my favorite cooking tips ever, and makes our dishes really come to life.

#StellaCheeses - love the flavor!

1/2 - 1 Block of Stella Parmesan or Asiago

1 C. Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

2 Cans of Flaky Biscuits

1/2 Stick Butter

1-2 Tbsp Olive Oil

Salt + Italian Seasonings

Non-Stick Spray

Round Baking Dish

#StellaCheeses - love the flavor!
#StellaCheeses - love the flavor!

1.) Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Melt butter, and add olive oil, salt,  and seasoning.

2.) Shred Parmesan and/or Asiago cheeses and set aside.

3.) Cut biscuits into 1/4 pieces and set aside. 

4.) In a medium sized bowl, mix melted butter mixture, biscuits, and mozzarella cheese.

5.) Add in 1/4 - 1/2 C. Fresh grated Parmesan and Asiago cheeses from Stella Cheese, and mix thoroughly. Add more seasoning if desired. 

6.) Bake uncovered for 30 minutes, and then additional time if the middle does not look completely baked. Cover in foil and add 5 minute increments until center is fully done. 

7.) Serve with a side of red sauce, and relax as your guests enjoy this tasty, cheesy dish!

Here are what your biscuits will look like after being quartered.

Here are what your biscuits will look like after being quartered.

This dish is SO easy, and takes only a few ingredients - some of which you may already have on hand. Thanks for stopping by to see what I created! If you make this dish, tag it with #LWGcreates around social. And, happy holidays, friends! 

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