Cheddar Cheese Bites

Look like little biscuits, don’t they?
Probably I should have written about these biscuits around Super Bowl but no matter the time of the year they are the easiest snack ever. They go perfect as an appetizer to any party or when you have last minute guests.
I usually make double batch and freeze half. Whenever short of time, just throw them in the oven and there you have, cheesy bites no one can resist.
They can easily be flatten and turned into cheese crackers but I prefer them flaky so I leave them little thicker.
When making the dough, which only has 4 ingredients, it may seem it requires water but knead it a little ( have to work those biceps, don’t we? ) and soon it forms a soft ball.
When done I just roll it out like I’d do cut out cookies but instead I do some cut out cheese bites. Place them on trays, put in the freezer for several hours to make sure they are well frozen and then keep them in zip-lock bags until needed or you can shape the dough into logs and just cup coins just before baking.
Of course, you can freeze the dough as a ball and make the cut outs just before baking but in my opinion it takes longer since you have to thaw a little so you can roll the dough 
The recipe for these tempting snack I have it from my friend Andreea
I left out the caraway seeds since no one except me likes them. 
You may probably know Andreea from the Zucchini and Feta Cheese Pie.
In case you haven’t check her blog lately you may want to take a look at this Three Chocolate Mousse Cake 
Since in few day’s is Andrea’s birthday would be nice if you stop by her blog and wish her Happy Birthday.

Thank you Monet, Carolyn, Wendy, Elisabeth  Lora   Alisha  Sara   Kate  Claudia     Nancy    Gina    Dionne
  Andreea   Sandra

Thank you all for reading and taking the time to leave a comment. 
As usual, 
Roxana

My friend Monet from Anecdotes and Apples,  has suffered a family tragedy.  Her oldest sister and her family were in a terrible accident, her nephew passed away, and her sister and brother in law are in critical condition. If you haven’t already, please reach out to Monet and her family, and send her love, prayers, and support.  She needs all of us more than ever

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Comments

  1. UrMomCooks says

    These look like delicious little party bites!!! Your pictures make them look so tempting… (I am trying not to snack in the evening, but I am starting to feel the need for a little treat…)

  2. Rosita Vargas says

    se ven muy ricos y esponjosos son una delicia,lucen muy bién,fotos maravillosas,abrazos y cariños.

  3. Wendy Irene says

    I love the idea of having cheddar cheese bites on hand in the freezer for those nights I have a simple meal of soup or stew. I adore cheddar cheese! I love how flaky they look in your picture. Great work!

  4. Magic of Spice says

    These are too adorable! I may be able to eat these all day long :) I will stop by and visit Andreea too…

  5. Spicie Foodie says

    Another fantastic baked goodie. The tips about make large batches then freezing half is a great tip. They look so delicious and are making my mouth water. Will stop by to get the recipe.
    It's good that you also mentioned Monet, it's so tragic. I wanted to also say something about their fundraiser, next post.

  6. Cristina says

    OMG! I luv these little cheddar cheese bites, the texture looks so inviting. They look quite different from the recipe origin.

    I really like how you presented these bites and the use of a cutter. Beautifully done…I need to try these! :)

  7. Chrissy @ littleyellowkitchen@gmail.com says

    whoa, I need these to snack on at work right now. I love anything cheesy and bite size. YUM!

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