You know what I love? Simple recipes. I love it when something takes me like 5 minutes to make and people are all like, “Wow, this is amazing!” These garlic cheese rolls are one of those recipes. They go amazingly with pasta. In fact, you can even add a bit of spaghetti sauce and have an enclosed-ball of delicious for parties, but I like just the cheese as a side for dinner. Anyway, I’ll keep my blabbing as short as this recipe.
-Canned crescent roll dough (I use Pillsbury, but any brand is fine)
–Garlic spread seasoning
Preheat your oven to the temp indicated on your rolls.
Unroll the dough. Cut an appropriate number of mozzarella cheese cubes for the number of rolls you have. Place one cube on each roll, then surround in dough by building a ball. Place on cookie sheet, dust with garlic spread seasoning. Bake as directed.
That’s it. I think it actually takes less than 5 minutes prep time, cook time is 9-12 minutes. These are best warm when the cheese is still all melty, so it’s better to bake them as dinner is cooling and being served. I don’t know how well they re-heat as I’ve honestly never had left overs. If you try, drop me a comment on how that goes. Generally something like this would both freeze (uncooked or otherwise) and reheat just fine.
Other add in possibilities:
You can do a lot of things in this same manner (just wrapping ingredients in store-bought dough like a roll). Here are a few ideas to get you inspired.
-Pasta sauce with or without cheese
-Pepperoni with cheese
-Minced steak or ham with cheese and possibly peppers or mushrooms
-Scrambled eggs and cheese (could also add peppers, onions, mushrooms, etc)
-Sausage and cheese
-Different types of cheese
-A meatball, cheese, and sauce