These cheese straw recipes are Southern entertaining classics. You'll find plenty of ways to serve up these savory bites.
Cheese straws are like deviled eggs—every Southern cook wants to make great ones. Our best tip for successful cheese straws
is to shred your own cheese. It’s stickier and blends better than preshredded cheese.
These tasty strips have the shape of bread sticks but the crisp texture and cheddar-filled taste of cheese straws.
Make party-perfect savory cookies by rolling cheese straw dough into festive shapes.
Pumpkin, sunflower, and sesame seeds add a nutty crunch to these treats.
These salty cheese straw balls are rolled in finely chopped pecans and baked until crisp and delicious. They're sure to become
a new party favorite.
These stars shine with fresh basil flavor in every savory bite.
These cheddar buttons combine nutty pecans and earthy rosemary to create a robust riff on the average Cheddar cheese straw.
Spanish olives and blue cheese bring distinct flavor to each bite of this savory snack.
We take the flavors of the South's favorite spread and make them into this savory appetizer—perfect for parties or gifts.
In these savory bars, sharp cheddar cheese gets a warming welcome from the smokey flavors of bacon and paprika.
We used Palmetto Cheese, a South Carolina favorite, in these treats.
Savory and rich with just a bit of a peppery bite, cheese straws are great party snacks. They're especially easy to make and
These little gems will be the first appetizer to disappear. Make them the day before and refrigerate, or freeze up to 3 weeks.
If frozen, pop in the oven straight from the freezer; increase the bake time by 10 minutes.
Entertain guests with a flavorful twist on a classic Southern appetizer. These cheese straws add a bit of edge with black
pepper and a generous hunk of blue cheese.