Full disclosure: You won’t be able to stop eating these creamy, cheesy spuds. These crowd-pleasing potatoes are layered in a bundt pan to make an impressive dome shape. …When we pull out our Bundt pan, we’re usually expecting to make a something sweet, like a cake, but here’s a savory bread recipe we’ve totally fallen in love with. This cheesy Bundt bread is a yummy side dish when we’re having a nice big Caesar salad for lunch, and it’s also a lovely choice to pair with pasta in place of garlic bread (and it has just enough garlic to make it feel just right). It’s a light bread that’s full of flavor and has a fabulous texture and tang thanks to the sour cream and Greek yogurt. We’ll whip this up for brunch or take its savory, cheesy goodness to share with our neighbor.
Cheesy Bundt Bread. Although many of us probably have Bundt pan laying around our kitchen somewhere, we probably don’t break it out all too often. For those who don’t know, the Bundt pan traces its origins back to European brioche-style cakes called Gugelhupf which were particularly popular among European-Jewish communities. Still, the cake molds have spread around the world and are typically used for sweet dessert dishes. With the advent of the internet, however, the Bundt cake pan has been repurposed for all number of recipes and food hacks. You know how when people really like something, they call it “The greatest thing since sliced bread”? Well, I never could see what’s all that great about sliced bread. It’s handy for sandwiches, sure. But it’s not nearly as much fun as pull apart bread.
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