Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

My sister always made these when I visited her in Fla. and they are so good. As soon as I make a pan of these they are gone in seconds. If you're a cheese lover they are the best.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Take loaf of bread. Cut out 1 in. circles out of slices of bread (should get 4 or 5 circles out of 1 slice.) When all slices are cut into circles, put them on a cookie sheet.
  2. Turn your broiler on and toast one side of the bread for only a minute. WATCH THEM SO THEY DON'T BURN.
  3. When they are toasted on one side take them out and flip the circles over. Set the circles aside and preheat oven to 350.
  4. Take a bowl and mix all the ingredients together and spoon about a tsp. of mixture onto the circles of bread not toasted.
  5. When you have all the mixture on circles, put in the oven and bake for 10 minutes.
  6. Watch them; when cheese is melted and bubbly it is done.
  7. Don't bake longer than 10 minutes. Serve immediately.
Most Helpful

I also added some garlic and substituted red pepper flakes for cayenne pepper. These were excellent!

srneilson February 02, 2009

The end result is super! I added a bit of fresh salsa as a topping because we do enjoy spice. I took away a star because you do not give the size of the cheese package and I would like to know how many the recipe makes- 4-6 servings is very helpful but I would like to know how many in each serving or apprx how many pieces it makes - We loved them Thanks for posting the recipe

Bergy June 10, 2007

This is a great recipe! I love anything with cheese. I'll make a bunch for the kids and then with what's left, I add 1-2 cloves fresh garlic to the mix for a spicier kick that goes great with the sharp cheddar. Thank you for your recipe, we love it!!

cherokeered67 January 19, 2006