Bloomin’ Gooey Cheese Bread

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Blimey, how would you fancy a piece of that delicious oven baked gooey cheese bread? What's better than a loaf of our favourite bread stuffed with Provolone cheese, some spring onion, poppy seeds, fresh herbs and creamy butter. Jen says that you can totally personalize the filling with your own flavour combination choosing ingredients you love most on bread. For Balazs and I garlic would be a must, shortly followed by gooey mozzarella, red onion and fresh basil. Yum! Loves, would you try it? What would be your flavour combination? xo

P.S: Here are two different takes on this recipe: with mushrooms as a main ingredient and this one with onion.
P.P.S: Sugar rush!

(Photos by Jen the Beantown Baker & Anne Petersen)

47 comments:

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

that looks so yummy!

Diana said...

What a smart idea...yum!!! It looks so inviting and warm! :) Hope you had a great weekend!!

Did I tell you I tagged you in my 11 questions on my personal blog?

Dancing Branflake said...

Best dinner party app ever! Oh yum!

SJ said...

omg, that looks amazing. i need to make that asap!

Elisa @ Globetrotting in Heels said...

I saw that on Pinterest, it looks soooooo goooood!!

♥SimaG Personalized Jewelry♥ said...

WOW!!! Diana that looks so good!
Got to try that this week.
Thank you for sharing :)

xoxo
Sima

Diana Mieczan said...

Sima, we are planning to try it sometime this week as well:) Yum!

Galit said...

That looks amazing and so easy to make! Such awesome idea!! Could easily be a star of a party!

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

That looks OUTSTANDING!

Farrielle Design and Fashionista said...

Looks so delicious. Will try it out for sure. Thank you for sharing.

BellaGetsREal said...

I can just feel the cheese going to my hips as I type this. Oh so yummy.

TheChambrayCountess said...

That looks amazing! Can't go wrong with warm bread and gooey cheese, no matter what you add to it ;)

Mary Jo at TrustYourStyle said...

That looks insanely yummy! I might have to go out to the market and whip that up tonight!

xo Mary Jo

Ann On and On... said...

What a fantastically yummy idea. Thanks for sharing....

Diana Mieczan said...

Galit, totally and Bella, giggle:)

Lady Grey said...

Oy that looks good!

jillian m. said...

Just divine! The second photo with the cheesy pulling apart spoke to me. Love anything cheesy (and bread-y, for that matter).

pixelhazard said...

Oh i saw this on pinterest and am definately taking this over to a friends instea dof chips next time

Bright Green Laces

Pinecone Camp said...

That looks like a perfect breakfast food - would love it right now!

marissa at the boot said...

bread+ cheese= perfect combo! this is SUCH a good idea diana and something that you could whip up with whatever you have in your kitchen! thank you for sharing this fab idea!

Meagan :: Mo Pie, Please said...

My God this looks good!

Cool Emerald said...

Where is the recipe?

Anonymous said...

I made my first resipy. It was the bread with cheese and mushrooms. We've been growing herbs but not nowing what to do with them. Now so maney have wanted the same thing. So now you can find someone that knows what to do.
Thank you for sharing it was soooooo good thank you.
My picky grandson even liked it.

Anonymous said...

here's the original

http://www.beantownbaker.com/2012/01/cheesey-mushroom-pull-apart-bread.html


- give credit next time please.

Anonymous said...

sorry didn't mean to be rude.

Diana Mieczan said...

Anonymous, at the bottom it's credited to the link that you mentioned.

Petit Macaron said...

yummmm!!!

Anonymous said...

Holy Moly! That looks delicious!

Melissa Colpitts said...

It says "mix" for the butter... Is that melt it together and pour it on top? I'm confused by this step...

Diana Mieczan said...

Yes, Melissa. You can melt the butter and add it to the mix of onion and poppy seeds or you can simply drizzle the mixed (blended) butter, onion, and poppy seeds over the bread.

Hope that helps.


Anonymous said...

I made something similar except I modified it
By adding bacon, cheddar cheese, jalepenos, and then poured ranch dressing over it . Rolled it in foil. Baked it. It was a huge hit at my house!!!

Diana Mieczan said...

Anonymous, sounds totally scrumptious:)

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine how fast that warm, gooey bread would disappear at a tailgate? I can't wait!

Gert said...

Oh Yummm."what a great recipe"

Blessings,
Gert

Manic Mom said...

Can't wait to make this!!!!!

Liesl said...

Just saw this going around Pinterest...so yummy! :)

Nancy/Jensen Beach, FL said...

OMG!!!!! made with mushrooms a crowd pleaser

Anonymous said...

Soooo yummy looking! Going to make this for Super Bowl party tomorrow.
Thanks, (from my hips)

Diana Mieczan said...

Anonymous:)

Anonymous said...

How did we start with a generously given yummy bread recipie and end up with that guff anonymous is spouting lordyyyyy

Brad S said...
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Brad S said...

We absolutely love this recipe! Do you mind if we share this recipe with out recipe sharing community on google +? We will provide you a link back to the original recipe and image. Thanks let me know! http://recipesharingcommunity.blogspot.com/

Diana Mieczan said...

Sure, Brad! Sounds wonderful:)

Renee Goerger said...

I saw this on pinterest and headed right over to see your recipe. I think I've actually pinned it twice now. LOL. This looks like a wonderful party food that would feed a crowd (or just me). Had to stop and say hello too.
Renee - Kudos Kitchen By Renee

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Anonymous said...

Thanks a MILLION for sharing your yummy, delicious, and wonderful recipe! I tried it and all my guests "melted" over this! I was also having a bit of trouble slicing the bread. However, after slicing the bread with a bread knife, I use a scissor to cut when slicing the other way. It's easier.

Anonymous said...

Yummy! I tried it the way it is in this recipe and a pizza like combination. They were both amazing, the kids loved the pizza bread, and the hubby and I loved the cheesy bread!

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