Monday, January 16, 2012

Cheesy Garlic Bread Swirls

I have been wanting to make these Cheesy Garlic Bread Swirls for a long long time.  My husband was at a Scouting event where they were served.  He said they were really really good.  I got in contact with the person who made them and was told the  recipe came from "Our Best Bites" blog.

I finally got around to making the rolls this past weekend.  They were relatively easy to make.  You make them  like you would cinnamon rolls.  You roll  the dough into a rectangle, spread/sprinkle the filling, roll up like a jellyroll, cut, rise, and bake.  The fillings for these rolls are a garlic  buttery spread (recipe included in the link) and mozzarella cheese.

Your first rise is 1 hour and the second rise is however long it takes you to preheat your oven to 350 degrees.  You have to keep your eye on them during the last 10 minutes of baking to be sure they don't get too brown.  If they do, just lay a piece of foil on top of them.

My husband was right, these rolls are delicious.  I served them with soup, but you could also serve them with pasta.  
The link for the recipe is: Our Best Bites

Garlic Seasoning

Dough Spread with Garlic Butter

Topped With Mozzarella Cheese

Rolled Jellyroll Style

Ready for Second Rise

Cheesy Garlic Swirls

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