Ever since my son goes to pre-school, I have been baking at least once or twice a week. Nothing fancy or sophisticated, just simple baking of garlic herb cheese bombs, cheesy crescent rolls, honey butter clover rolls, cheesy pull-apart bread, etc. I love doing simple and quick baking that little G can bring to school for his snack.
I have some old recipes that I am revisiting, and I am adding them to my baking roaster. One of them is garlic knots, a recipe that I learned years ago from my friend Just A Taste. A few weeks ago, I had a chance to meet up with her and it reminded me that I have to redo the garlic knots recipe.
So here are cheddar garlic knots…they are the same garlicky and buttery goodness, but even better with the addition of grated cheddar cheese. We all know how good it is when cheese melts and forms into a cheesy crust. These cheddar garlic knots are really amazing I practically finished half of them before little G got home.
I did manage to save some for him and he absolutely loved it. This cheddar garlic knots recipe is super easy to make as you can use a store-bought pizza dough to make it. I got mine from Trader Joe’s but you can get the frozen dough from food stores or even Walmart.
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