Friday, February 10, 2012

Cheesy Pullaparts

Cheesy Pullaparts

1 (8 ounce) can crescent rolls
3 tablespoons melted butter, divided
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Cover a cutting board with parchment paper.  Unroll crescent rolls, do not separate into triangles.  Press the seams together.  Brush 2 tablespoons of butter over dough.

Sprinkle garlic powder over top.

Sprinkle cheese over top of dough.

Cut into 3/4 inch strips.

Cut each strip in half.

Spray 4 muffin cups with non-stick cooking spay.  Criss cross 8 dough pieces in each muffin cup.  Place 4 in the bottom, cheese side up.


Flip the last 4 pieces upside down, so most off the cheese is on the inside. 

Brush the top layer with remaining butter.

 Bake 15 minutes or until golden brown.  Makes 4 Pullaparts.

I love garlic bread!  Especially if there is cheese on it.  This recipe has all the flavors I love in garlic bread, wrapped up in a cute little package! 

When I was in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago, I had these pullaparts at a restaurant, and knew I had to go home and recreate the recipe.  

I like to stay in for Valentine's Day.  I hate to wait in long lines at the restaurant.  Instead we are going to grill up a couple of steaks along with foil packets of sliced potatoes and vegetables.  I plan to toss together a  salad and make a batch of the Cheesy Pullaparts.  

I am still working on what to serve for dessert.  Do you have any suggestions for me? 

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  1. This is such a great recipe! How fun to eat and it sounds wonderful between the garlic and butter and the cheese!

    We stay in for Valentine's day, too. I think I am going to make these chocolate lava cupcakes..

  2. So glad I stopped in....Oh my, I love great recipes and I can tell that this one is going to be delicious! Who doesn't love cheesy bread? You really have some great things going on here and I will definitely be back...TOMORROW!!

  3. Oh wow they look good, my mouth is watering :) Diane

  4. Yum! I will be making these soon since we love crescent rolls and cheese too. They sound delicious! And easy also!

  5. These look super tasty! I love the picture showing the pocket of cheese inside.Great pictures and I look forward to looking around your site! Have a great weekend!

  6. These looks great, Linda! I think my Girls will love it! Easy, kid-friendly dish - I am IN! Thank you! Happy to be your newest follower:)

  7. These little things are so cool and I know my son will eat them up.

  8. These seem like a really quick and delicious treat to serve alongside dinner, like a great bown of chili. Yum! =)

  9. Hi there! I'm a follower of Pam (and Bo!) and she said at the bottom of her post that I should stop and visit! The cheesy-pull aparts look terrific and MANY congratulations on writing your own cool is that?!

    As for Valentines - I can't help you there. Restaurants are crazy crowded, so for me and my honey bunny - we make it a Fast Food Treat!

  10. These are fun...I just pinned them.