Everything Bagel Parmesan Crisps Are Like Little Bites Of Heaven
Yum! These sound light and delicious.
Crispy parmesan cheese crackers may seem like a fancy indulgence from a gourmet food store or perhaps something you can only hope to receive in a holiday gift basket, but in reality, these little decadent bites couldn’t be easier to make at home.
Over at Foodie With Family, blogger Rebecca has cracked the code on how to whip up parmesan cheese crisps — and she’s kicked it up a notch by adding in some everything bagel seasoning. With just three ingredients, Rebecca’s everything parmesan crisps are easy to make, yet impressive to serve.
The secret to making these little bites extra-special is to buy a wedge of real parmesan cheese and grate it yourself. As Rebecca points out, the pre-grated store-bought parm often includes added stuff like potato starch. It also won’t melt as well, so you won’t get the solid, crispy discs you can achieve by using the real cheese.
The process is simple: Grate the cheese, toss it with the other two ingredients (flour and everything seasoning), portion out in piles onto a baking sheet (lined with parchment paper or a Silpat) and then bake until the cheese is melted and golden brown.
The end result? Elegant bites fit for a wine-and-cheese night.
If you’re wild for everything bagel seasoning and looking for more ways to use it, check out this recipe for “everything” chicken from Gimme Some Oven. The chicken breasts sit in a brine of saltwater for 15 minutes before being covered in butter, sprinkled with the everything bagel seasoning and baked in the oven. Delicious!
Or try your hand at Pillsbury’s everything bagel breakfast bundtwich, a gigantic sandwich that can feed a crowd. Two cans of Pillsbury’s French bread dough are rolled in everything bagel seasoning and baked in a bundt pan to create the “bagel” for this large breakfast sandwich. The everything bagel seasoning is in a-bundt-ance here!
Or if you’re simply craving more cheesy goodness in your life, check out these 15 cheesy appetizer recipes.