9 Herb & Cheese Bubble Loaf

Have you noticed a change in the air?

Fall is coming fast and it's baking weather for me!  I'm proud to bring you this recipe, Herb & Cheese Bubble Loaf, a savory cousin of Monkey Bread.  There is so much you can do with this bread and it makes such a great presentation at a dinner gathering.

The first secret to making this cheesy bread is to use sharp cheese.  If you use any mild cheese, your bread will taste, well, "meh..." Think Swiss, Parmesan, Asiago, Sharp White Cheddar.....

The second secret is to coat your shredded cheese in a little bit of flour.

This will keep the cheese from clumping together in your dough.

After mixing your dough, let it rise till double in size.  Roll the dough into an 8"x6" rectangle.  I love having a ruler just for the kitchen...

Use a serrated bread knife to cut the dough into 48 squares.  This is the easiest way to get 48 somewhat even sized pieces...

Roll each piece into a ball.  They don't have to be perfect.

Dip each ball into a bowl of butter and herbs. Sorry, no pic for this one.  You'll have to use your imagination:  I used a combo of fresh chopped parsley, dried oregano, and marjoram, mixed with some melted butter.

Really, you can use any herbs that you like ~ perhaps an Italian blend, thrown in with some chopped pepperoni.....oh.....this sounds like a recipe for pizza bites!

Place each ball into a buttered1 1/2 quart or 9"x5"x3" loaf pan.

 Let rise till almost double, and bake for about 30-40 minutes.  You can even put more butter on top...

Place the warm, cheesy bread in the center of your dinner table and watch the fun!

 Herb & Cheese Bubble Loaf
(4x6 recipe card download)     (full page printable recipe)


  1. Yes I am excited with the temperature dropping to start making bread. This on the list!

  2. Frieda, this looks delicious!

  3. Oh man I want to try this. Looks delicious!

  4. I made this today! Wow fantastic. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

    1. You are most welcome! Thanks for sharing your link; I agree...it's a great tasting and fun bread to eat!

  5. You make it look so easy and so delicious. I cannot wait to try this one out.

  6. I love this recipe. Did you discover it in the Better Home and Gardens cookbook that has a red and white cover? I made an identical recipe when I was growing up!

    Anyway, thanks for bringing it to the internet.

    1. Yes, I found it in my trusty BH&H cookbook for a bread class that used herbs. It's good, isn't it? It's a fun bread to bring to a group and I can imagine using pepperoni bits and dunking it in marinara sauce....


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