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Homemade Dilly Cheese Bread and The Ultimate Grilled Cheese

9 Comments | Written on September 30, 2011 at 5:00 am , by

 I have been on a bit of a baking spree this week!  Cookies, cupcakes, tarts…  Today I wanted to take a little turn and bake a savory bread.  This recipe is so flavorful and couldn’t be easier!

Bisquick does most of the work for you, and the addition of cheddar cheese, dill and mustard make it unique.  I love that Bisquick comes in so many varieties nowadays.  They offer everything from the original mix, to gluten-free, even a heart-smart blend.  I like to incorporate as many whole grains into my diet as possible, so I was excited to try the new “Bisquick Complete” whole grain version.  It worked great in this recipe.  Pick your favorite blend and bake a loaf this weekend!

It is perfect fresh and warm from the oven, but takes on new life if you use it to make the ultimate double grilled cheese sandwich.  You heard me correctly, cheese in the bread as well as between the slices.  Check out the photo below, I think you will be convinced!

3 cups Bisquick
1-1/2 cups grated sharp cheddar cheese
1 Tablespoon sugar
1-1/4 cups milk
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
1/2 teaspoon dill weed
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon salt

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Generously grease a 9-by-5-inch loaf pan.  In a large bowl combine Bisquick, cheese, and sugar.  In a second bowl, combine the remaining ingredients and mix well.  Stir liquid mixture into dry mixture, blending thoroughly to remove lumps.  Turn batter into prepared pan and bake until golden, about 40 minutes.  Makes one loaf.

Note:  The bread can be baked in a 6-cup bundt pan instead of a loaf pan, if desired.  This bread can also be used to make an amazing grilled cheese sandwich!


(Ooh, yeah….it tastes as good as it looks!)



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    Nora says:

    East cheese dilly loaf. Is it possible to substitute something for the dill weed. It looks delivious and would love to try it but cannot east dill. Please answer. thank you

  • 6
    Bagmeister says:

    Nora, try chervil, parsley or tarragon instead of dill. Dill is rather distinctive, but since you’ve never tasted it, the other herbs should be good enough substitutes and all of them go well with mustard and cheese.

  • 7
    Vanessa says:

    Could i subsitute the dry mustard with something, my supermarket didnt carry dry mustard

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