Easy Cheesy Rolls

I really love church and community cookbooks. They are one of the best ways to get great recipes. Recently, I saw that there was a new cookbook coming out called Worldwide Ward Cookbook, by Deanna Buxton. This book consists of 440 recipes from LDS Church members from around the world. After I saw that this book was coming out, I immediately checked with my library online to see if they would be getting a copy and put my name on this list to check it out when they get it. Sure enough they were getting it, and last week I got notification that it was waiting for me at the library.

I love to preview cookbooks from the library. Then I can see if the cookbook would be worth purchasing. It looks like this is a great cookbook, I have 30 recipes marked that I want to try. This recipe today is adapted from one in the book. The original recipe came from Darleen Capson in South Windsor, Connecticut. You absolutely must have this recipe. These rolls are so quick and easy. It gets my stamp of approval for Shockingly Simple. They go great along side an Italian dish. My husband thought these rolls were to die for. Just check out the picture below that shows the gooey cheese center.

Also, for my wonderful readers, I have some fun news. I am now a part of a site called pinchingyourpennies.com. They were wanted to add a recipe blog to their site and I was what they were looking for. I am so excited to be a part of pinching your pennies and want to welcome any new pinching your penny readers!

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Easy Cheesy Rolls
  • ¼ cup butter, melted
  • 2 Tbsp. Parmesan cheese (it's gotta be the green can kind, sorry fresh won't do)
  • 1 Tbsp. dried basil
  • ½ tsp garlic powder (I think I'm even gonna up the garlic more next time)
  • ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • ½ cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 1 pkg. Pillsbury Grands Biscuits (I used the buttermilk flaky ones)
  1. In a bowl, combine melted butter, Parmesan cheese, dried basil, and garlic powder. Mix shredded cheeses in a separate bowl.
  2. Remove biscuits from can and separate into individual biscuits. Flatten each biscuit slightly and put some cheese in the center of each biscuit and fold the dough around the cheese to form a ball. Pinch the dough together to seal the cheese inside.
  3. Roll each ball of dough in the melted butter mixture and place on a baking sheet. if there is any left over butter mixture, spoon it on top of the rolls on the baking sheet, Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes until rolls are golden brown. Makes 8 rolls.

17 comments on “Easy Cheesy Rolls

  • I am making these cheesy rolls for one of my personal chef clients. I am sure they will love them.

    Thanks for posting the recipe.

  • I tried these last week, and thought I was going to go crazy over them, but they were just mediocre to me. I definitely want to get that Worldwide Ward Cookbook though- bet it has some great recipes in it! Love your site, thanks for posting so many recipes.

  • These look yummy. Plis I liek the fact that they look homemade yet they are from a can. Great semi homemade recipe

  • I have made these a few times recently (can’t get enough of them) and they were so divine. Infact I’m making them again tonight to serve with dinner. I could eat all 8 myself! My hubby and I both love them. I used the fresh parmesan and they worked out great! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  • These photos make want to get in the kitchen and bake these right now.

  • I read your blog everyday, even though this is the first time I’ve left a message…….. I love it! Thanks for all the great recipes. This one sounds simple and delish!

  • Bentley Family- I don’t use the canned Parmesan cheese anymore but still make recipes that call for it. So here is what I do: I take freshly grate Parmesan cheese a few hours before and let it sit out to dry. It works just the same as the dried canned stuff.

  • These look AMAZING!

  • Ooooo that DOES look yummy! And canned biscuits … so easy too!!

  • These look soooo yummy! I do the very same thing with cookbooks at my local library, I hope they get this one!

  • Awesome. Thanks for the advice. I am so excited to make these! How can you go wrong with bread and cheese? Congrats on being a part of the pinching your pennies site. I’ll have to check it out.

  • Hey, you could probably get by if you used a pre shredded parm like you can get at Costco. If not, leave the parm out then when the rolls start to get brown, you could sprinkle some fresh on and let it cook a minute more just to melt it.

  • OH MY I HAVE to make these! They look delicious. One thing though, I can’t stand the smell of that canned parmesan…do you think I could just leave it out or will I get by using fresh grated parmesan?

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