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Homemade Cheese Rolls Recipe


Cheese rolls are made from soft homemade roll dough and stuffed with ooey gooey cheese and savory spices.

Soft bread dough made from scratch is stuffed with ooey gooey cheese and savory spices to create these delicious homemade cheese rolls. Pair with a bowl of hearty soup and you've got the perfect comfort food meal.

If you're looking for the perfect roll to go with a hot bowl of homemade soup, look no further. These savory cheese rolls are the savory, cheesy cousin of a freshly baked cinnamon roll. My sister told me they make something like these cheese rolls at her high school, so I thought I'd give it a whirl and I'll tell you, they are really yummy. The dough is pillowy soft and the cheese gets all crusty and bubbly and delicious. And it's easy to change out the fillings to create different versions of this delicious homemade treat.

Homemade roll dough swirled with delicious cheese and spices. Perfect side to serve with soup!

Homemade Cheese Rolls Recipe


3 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cup warm milk
3 1/2 cups flour (approximately)
1/4 cup butter
1 egg
2 teaspoons yeast

2-4 cups cheese (any flavor will do)
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon italian seasoning

Add all ingredients to the bowl of a stand mixer and mix until the dough forms a ball. Cover and let raise until double.

Roll dough into a big rectangle, just like you would for cinnamon rolls. Spread softened (not melted) butter over all the dough. Sprinkle with cheese and seasonings.


Starting at the long end of the rectangle, roll tightly just like when you make cinnamon rolls.

Cut into slices and raise for 20 minutes or so. Bake at 350 until golden brown and bubbly.




Watch the cheese roll video tutorial here:


I've made these cheese rolls many different ways. It's so fun to switch up the flavor profile! Here are a few of our favorite combinations:
  • Cheddar cheese, garlic salt and diced jalapeno pieces
  • Mozzarella cheese, Italian seasoning and garlic powder (and marinara for dipping)
  • Colby Jack cheese, dry Ranch dressing powder, crumbled bacon
  • Mexican cheese blend, cumin, chili powder and onion powder
Soft bread dough made from scratch is stuffed with ooey gooey cheese and savory spices to create these delicious homemade cheese rolls. Pair with a bowl of hearty soup and you've got the perfect comfort food meal.


Soft bread dough made from scratch is stuffed with ooey gooey cheese and savory spices to create these delicious homemade cheese rolls. Pair with a bowl of hearty soup and you've got the perfect comfort food meal! The best cheese roll recipe.
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Jennifer V.
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  1. I made these a couple of months ago and mine didn't turn out as tasty as they looked in the picture. Maybe the dough makes a difference. I used French Bread dough...is yours just roll dough?
    Looks great! :)

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  2. Ok, so do you mean Melted butter or just softened? And by 1/8 of a cup powdered milk, do you mean mix it up to a liquid first??

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  3. Do you use melted butter or just softened? Also, do you mix the powered milk up first? or add it dry?

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  4. Holly,

    I used softened butter because it stays in the folds of the dough better than melted butter. I add the DRY milk powder straight to the mixer WITHOUT mixing it with water. Hope that helps!

    And Beth, the dough makes a HUGE difference. Adding lots of butter makes a big difference too. They turn out so much better when you add lots of butter.

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  5. Is there any way to make this with regular milk and cutting back water. I don't own any powdered milk and don't want to buy some just for 1/8 cup :\ These look great and I'm pretty sure my kids would love em!

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  6. @Ambivalent Woman You bet! Just do 7/8 cup milk and 1/4 cup water instead of the water and powdered milk listed in the recipe.

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  7. It says "cheese and seasonings" but it doesn't specify what kind.

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    1. That's because it's completely up to you! Cheddar, mozzarella, jack, mexican blend... I've used all kinds of cheeses and they are all delicious. As far as seasonings go, I love garlic powder and a bit of italian seasoning. Onion powder, a bit of powdered ranch dressing dip packet, parsley, and chives are also yummy. Just sprinkle it on before rolling it up! :)

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