Coming from a cheese sticks fanatic (that’s gonna be Max), these are the good stuff.
I started craving cheesy straws when Max and I met about 8 years ago. Growing up, it’s not something that was made by either my mom or grand mothers and I don’t think anybody in my family had/has a recipe to make them. Which make today kind of “special” because I’m writing history! This delicious, and fairly simple recipe is going to be archived forever and probably added to my future cookbook because it is just plain awesome and FAIL PROOF! …..don’t we just love those fail proof recipes right?
Anyways, like I mentioned, I live with a cheese sticks addict. So far gone in his addiction, that it took 5 batches of these babies to have enough left over the next day to take photos. For a moment, I thought these would never make it on the site because we kept eating them the second they came out of the oven. Luckily, last time, I was able to snap a few shot before they disappeared.
The inspiration for this recipe comes from my mother in law’s personal recipe collection and since it really has a special connotation for Max, I decided to involve him a little bit more in to the process as you’ll be able to judge by the photos.
At least 100 different recipes later, we had it! Crunchy and cheesy enough to pass the Max test and surprisingly “healthy” enough for me not to freak out every time I eat 4-5 back to back.
We hope you’ll enjoy this recipe, make sure you follow the quick 4 rules below and then add your own touch to make them even better.