I received free samples of Breton Gluten Free Original with Flax and Breton Gluten Free Herb and Garlic from Dare Foods Incorporated mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Dare Foods Incorporated and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Is there anything more delicious than an ooey, gooey mozzarella stick? In college, they were my favorite after-bar treat. I’d them at a diner or pop a few frozen ones in the oven when I got home. Even in my adult life plus long before in my childhood, I have always loved those cheesy sticks. When I was challenged with making a gluten free recipe, I was (no joke) eating cheese sticks. I’m not sure why, but this was the first time the horror of a mozzarella-stick-free life hit me — I’ve never seen a gluten free cheese stick! Even if they sell them somewhere I’ve never seen them, and that’s just not okay. Everyone deserves cheese sticks. Everyone.
In Monday’s post with the delicious whole cracker crust quiche, I told you about Breton’s gluten free crackers. That post was using the Original with Flax, and I admitted the Herb and Garlic were my favorite. Now you know why I didn’t use them for the quiche — I was saving them for mozzarella sticks! The crackers are seasoned for you, so there’s no need to add any herbs, salt, or anything. Perfect all on their own. Plus, using crackers makes these inherently crunchy, unlike bread crumbs.
Now, you know I couldn’t bring myself to actually fry anything, so baking it is. I’ve heard that string cheese get nice and gooey in the oven, plus it’s hard to “accidentally” overestimate how much cheese you’re using. I also couldn’t let the opportunity to add my latest obsession, sun dried tomatoes, into the mix. I chopped these into smaller pieces to make them more of a party snack, but if you’re making them just for yourself, you don’t have to cut them as small.
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