It’s impossible to resist these buttery, ooey-gooey Garlic Cheese Stuffed Rolls! Montchevre Honey Goat Cheese, parmesan and mozzarella are stuffed into fluffy dough and coated in salty, creamy butter to make dinner roll perfection! If you love these, you will also love my No Knead Garlic Bread, Cheesy Garlic Breadsticks, Mozzarella Sticks, Spinach Stuffed Garlic Rolls and Garlic Bread.
Disclosure: I partnered with Montchevre Goat Cheese for this recipe post, but all opinions expressed here are my own. I am grateful for authentic partnerships like this.
If there is one thing I truly can’t resist, it’s bread. Hand over a basket of warm, freshly baked and soon-to-be-heavily-buttered bread, and I’m one happy mama. During the holidays and on special occasions, I dedicate a bit of extra time to make my Big Mama’s homemade dinner rolls but, y’all, that takes time. When I’m hankering for a fluffy, pillowy bite of baked dough, I don’t always want to spend hours nursing flour, yeast and milk. Sometimes a girl needs something simple.
So today, when I was struck with a craving I couldn’t ignore, I decided to pull together one of my favorite recipes: Garlic Cheese Stuffed Rolls. Made with store-bought crescent roll dough and a creamy cheese filling, these garlicky, sweet rolls couldn’t be easier to make!
Tonight, this Grandbaby is having soft, chewy and plenty-cheesy dinner rolls. Don’t you wanna join me?
MONTCHEVRE GOAT CHEESE
Montchevre is the largest goat cheese brand in the United States. You can find it at a retailer near you here. Made in Wisconsin using traditional French cheese making techniques, Montechevre is the highest quality goat cheese available. Today’s recipe features Montechvre’s Honey Goat Cheese; rich, sweet and tangy, it’s the perfect balance to the salted garlic butter. What do you say we get rolling? Corny, I know.
HOW TO MAKE GARLIC CHEESE STUFFED ROLLS
From start to finish, these rolls can be made in less than 30 minutes! No need for sticky dough or resting periods, just buttery rolls filled with simple, sweet cheese. Okay, my mouth is watering.
Here’s what’s going down today:
- Montchevre Honey Goat Cheese– tangy and unique, honey goat cheese adds creamy texture and a subtle sweetness.
- Mozzarella– mild and sweet, mozzarella doesn’t overpower these rolls. They also make for that glorious cheese pull!
- Parmesan Cheese– what’s garlic bread without salty, nutty parmesan?
- Basil– this pungent herb is fresh, sweet and peppery which cuts through the heavy cheese. It’s just the right *pop* of flavor.
- Garlic Powder & Salt– they go together like peanut butter and jelly y’all! Just a couple pinches and you’re on your way to well-seasoned bread.
- Crescent Rolls– these are an incredible option for saving time while still getting delicious results! If preferred, they can easily be substituted with your favorite homemade dinner roll recipe.
- Salted Butter– I prefer my garlic bread/cheesy rolls to be a bit on the saltier side. Unsalted butter works too.
- Minced Garlic– be sure to mince very finely!
- Mixed Herbs– a great opportunity to use up any leftover herbs you’ve got. Any herb will introduce aroma and brightness to the rolls.
LEFTOVER STORAGE AND REHEATING
This garlic cheese stuffed rolls recipe doesn’t need to be refrigerated, doing so will only cause the bread to go soggy or stale (or an odd mixture of both). Instead, just keep any leftover rolls in an air-tight bag or container (at room temperature). Just be sure to keep an eye out for any moldy cheese.
To reheat garlic cheese stuffed rolls:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, wrap each leftover roll in a single sheet of aluminum foil and place on a baking sheet. Bake for about 10-15 minutes or until warmed through.
MORE GRANDBABY CAKES ROLL RECIPES
If you ask me, any type of bready roll is an acceptable dinner. And if you agree with me, you’re gonna wanna try out a few more of Grandbaby Cakes’ BEST rolls:
Garlic Cheese Stuffed Rolls
For the Cheese Filling
- 4 oz Montchevre Honey Goat Cheese
- 1/2 tsp basil, chopped or 1/4 tsp Italian seasoning
- 2 tbsp freshly shredded Parmesan cheese
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/3 tsp garlic powder
- 8 oz Fresh mozzarella cheese ball
For the Garlic Butter
- 1/2 cup salted butter
- 2 tsp minced garlic about 4 garlic cloves
- 4 tsp fresh herbs, minced basil, thyme, rosemary, parsley, or a combination
- Parmesan cheese for sprinkling
For the Crescent Rolls
- 16 oz refrigerated crescent rolls 2 cans
For the Cheese Filling
- Whisk together goat cheese, basil, parmesan cheese, salt and garlic powder until smooth.
For the Garlic Butter
- Heat the butter and garlic together over medium heat.
- Allow the butter and garlic to heat just until the garlic smells fragrant and begins to take on color.
- Remove the pot from the heat and stir in the minced herbs.
For the Rolls
- Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F then grease the bottom of a cast iron skillet.
- Unroll the crescent rolls and separate the triangles.
- Add 1 tsp of previously made goat cheese filling to the center then add a small slice of mozzarella cheese on top.
- To reroll the crescent rolls, roll the dough around the cheese, fold into a ball and place in the cast iron skillet.
- Once all rolls are complete. Brush with some of the garlic herb butter and sprinkle with shredded parmesan cheese.
- Bake for 11-13 minutes, or until golden brown.
- Once the rolls have finished baking, remove them from the oven and if desired, brush with garlic butter again and serve while hot so cheese melts.