Saturday, October 2, 2010

Cheesy Chow Stix With Herbs!

My grandmother used to make these quite often at family gatherings. They were the high calorie, buttery appetizer that everyone loved to devour. Who doesn't love themselves a bit of butter? It was one of those foods that still lingers on my taste-buds. The taste-memory reminds me of her home and the many Sunday afternoon dinners we often ate there.

Nature's Pride Bread sent me a wonderful coupon in the mail for a FREE loaf of bread. I have never tried the brand before so I headed out to grab a loaf and whip up some of these Cheese Sticks. The bread was the perfect vehicle for the wonderful buttery spread. It baked nicely and toasted up deliciously on the bottom.  The recipe is quite simple, easy and delicious. Make yourself a batch of these before the next big game (if you're into that sort of thing). Or, if you are more like myself,  hide in the other room away from the T.V., pour yourself a glass (or 2) of a  nice Malbec... and eat this without a single pang of guilt.

Cheesy Chow Herb Stix

2 sticks of butter, room temperature
1 pound sharp chedder cheese - grated
1 TBS Worcestershire Sauce
1 TBS favorite mustard
1 TBS onion juice or grated onion
salt to taste
Large Handful of Fresh Parsley -Chopped)
1 loaf of Nature's Pride Country White Bread

Oven at 400. Butter the bottom of two baking sheets. Mix butter until soft in mixer and add all other ingredients, blend until well mixed. Taste... and adjust ingredients if you wish to adjust the flavor. Cut off crusts on the bread. Lay flat on cooking sheet. Spread mixture on bread and bake until nice and golden brown. Cut into slices and serve hot.


Enjoy! Thank you Nature's Pride for reminding me of a wonderful treat!....Loads of foodie love! - Megan ♥♥♥


  1. My mom makes nearly the same thing except she uses French bread.

  2. Great job, Megan! Yeap, I saw some of them entering this contest too. Your recipe is so easy and tempting. Those cheesy topping simply melting me away. Thanks again for everything and have a great weekend.
    Blessings, Kristy
    p/s 3rd challenge ~ Party time!

  3. Just by reading the ingredients list and I can tell these would be amazing. No wonder they are high calorie ;)
    Fabulous colour too..that buttery goldness flecked with green...yum!

  4. I've gained five pounds just looking at these- they're amazing! I'll have to make them when there's company. Otherwise I'm afraid I'd eat them all myself.

  5. This is definately my kind of food!!!!
    I love anything with melted cheese

  6. So want to go make these...NOW! Great recipe, Megan!

  7. This looks wonderful! I can't wait to try it


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