This post is sponsored by Cabot Creamery Co-Operative
If you’ve spent any time on Instagram lately, you’ve likely seen a lot of sourdough bread fill your feed. Perhaps it’s because people have more time on their hands, perhaps it’s due to a shortage of yeast…or maybe a little bit of both, but I’m here for it! I’ve been baking sourdough on and off again for a few years, and love everything about the process. But let’s take this beautiful loaf of bread to the next level…with garlic butter and Cabot’s Seriously Sharp Cheddar Cheese!
If you’re not baking your own – no problem! Grab a loaf on your next grocery run or delivery. But don’t forget to add Cabot’s Seriously Sharp Cheddar Cheese to your list!! The slightly nutty and sharp intensity brings any loaf of sourdough bread to a cheesy bread perfection. It would go perfectly with any dish you’re serving, but I have a feeling it will be the main star of the meal.
I love supporting co-operative movements. Cabot has a long history that goes back more than 100 years when 94 families from Cabot, Vermont formed a co-operative to ensure their livelihood.. They knew that they were stronger together than they were apart. Today, Cabot’s 800 farm families still have each other’s back. Supporting each other is what the co-operative movement is all about.
You can discover where to shop their delicious cheese – including the Seriously Sharp cheese used in this recipe here.
- 1 loaf of sourdough bread
- ½ cup butter, melted
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- 1 8 oz block of Cabot’s Seriously Sharp Cheddar Cheese grated
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Cut slices ½ way into your loaf of bread vertically and horizontally – spaced approximately 1” apart to form a lattice-like appearance in your bread. Place the loaf onto a large piece of tinfoil and onto a baking sheet.
- Add the garlic salt to the melted butter and stir. Gently pull apart each section of cuts vertically and horizontally and spoon the melted butter into the cracks.
- Repeat this process with the shredded cheese, gently pressing it down in between the cracks. Finish by adding more to the top of the bread.
- Cover the top of the loaf with the tinfoil and bake for 20 minutes. Remove the top piece of tinfoil and bake an additional 10 minutes uncovered.
- Remove from the oven and enjoy!
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