Super Easy Cheesy Bread Pull-Apart AKA Heaven



Cheese and bread go together hand in hand like cookies and milk! Seriously, whoever thought of melting cheese over food items should be worshipped! Now one of the easiest recipes on earth is to prepare is bread and cheese. However, we are going to show you a better way of eating cheese and bread. The super easy and delicious – Cheesy Bread Pull-Apart, or as we like to call it, a taste of heaven!

Now, before you wonder how are you supposed to make it, don’t worry it will hardly take 30 minutes, including the baking time.

So, let’s get started?

Things You Will Need

Butter – 100 Gms

Parsley – 1 Teaspoon Finely Chopped

Garlic – 3 Cloves

Mozzarella Cheese – 300 Gms

Bread – 1 Loaf

Also Read: Quick And Super Easy Recipe Of Cheese And Potato Pakode


This method is super easy. But before you get started, the right choice of bread is very important. I would suggest you to choose artisan bread as it’s a lot denser and crustier. The best part about it is that unlike most bread, it will not get soggy after you heat it in the oven. Instead of baking the bread too, go to a nearby bakery and buy it, since it will save you a lot of time and energy.

Take butter and chop it into cubes. Add parsley and chopped garlic to an oven proof bowl and put the bowl in the oven for 30 seconds.

Preheat the oven to 180 degree Celsius. Cut the bread and put the melted butter evenly inside it. This is just to retain the moisture of the bread so that it does not become dry.

Cut cheese into thin slices and evenly tuck it in the bread. Now, pour the rest of the butter and cover it with aluminum foil. Put that beauty in the oven for 15 minutes. Let the cheese melt and then carefully unwrap the bread. Bake it for another 5 minutes to give your loaf a nice crunchy crust.

Also Read: 20-Minutes To Deliciously Gooey And Creamy Mac N Cheese!

Serve it immediately and thank us later! ;)

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