There is nothing more beautiful than cheese. It is so good that you will probably want to
make easy recipes with cheese for National Cheese Lover’s Day on Jan. 20. Yes,that’s right — even the lovers of cheese get their own holiday. That includes you and basically everyone you know. This day should not be confused with National Cheese Day, which falls on Jun. 4. Clearly, this magical food is worth celebrating. But who is complaining?
Cheese has a cult following, pretty much. It is right up there with tacos, avocados, and coffee. But it is safe to say that cheese always comes out on top. There is a reason why everyone loves pizza, grilled cheese, and nachos. You also can not go wrong with
tasty macaroni and cheese recipes and traditional cheese and crackers. It can be tempting to stuff every food with cheese, basically.
For some people,
National Cheese Lover’s Day is every single day. This magical ingredient can be eaten in so many different ways, after all. But, come Jan. 20, it might not hurt to try out a new delicious cheese recipe. It is an excellent way to get festive and show your love without getting too cheesy. Well, maybe.
If you can mix things together, you can make this (amazing) ball of cheese. Find the recipe at
A Cozy Kitchen.
Made with refrigerated biscuit dough, this cheese bomb bread only takes 15 minutes to make. Learn how with Averie Cooks.
What's better than pizza? Pizza
grilled cheese. Thanks for this one, Ari's Menu.
Spinach-Ricotta Stuffed Shells
Stuffed shells might look fancy, but they're crazy easy to make.
Baked By Rachel shows you how.
Honey Goat Cheese Spread
The tangy flavor of goat cheese makes it a perfect partner for honey. Oh, you fancy. Find the recipe at
Broccoli Cheese Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes
Treat yourself to these crazy good (and easy) twice-baked potatoes by
Good Life Eats.
You'll never look at normal croutons the same way again.
Closet Cooking is a genius.
In 35 minutes, you can make
Closet Cooking's cheese dip with sweet caramelized corn. Win.
Who needs salsa con queso from the jar when you have
Foodie Crush's bacon beer cheese dip? Yum.
Cheese-Smothered Stuffed Poblanos
Meet your new favorite appetizer/snack/love of your life. Visit
How Sweet Eats to learn how to make them.
Garlicky Avocado Grilled Cheese With Tomato Pesto
This ain't your normal grilled cheese, people. Garlic, avocado, and pesto come together by
Cheese straws are a thing and they're about to transform everything you knew about party food.
Kitchen Confidante has the lowdown.
Easy 30-Minute Cheeseburger Casserole
If cheeseburgers are your spirit animal, try making this easy casserole by
Pass The Sushi.
Light And Easy Cheese Ball
Here's another awesome simple cheese ball recipe when you just can't deal with actual cooking. Find it at
Cheese danishes are actually pretty easy to make at home.
Pass The Sushi explains how to do it with refrigerated crescent dough.
Baked Ricotta With Seasonal Fruits
Did you know that you can bake ricotta? In this post,
Sugar Et Al demonstrates how to make this luscious dip.
Blue Cheese And Rosemary Cheese Ball
Yes, this is another cheese ball and recipe. And yes, you're going to love this one. Zero fancy skills are needed for this recipe from
Epic Breakfast Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Breakfast and grilled cheese? Now we're talking. Learn how to make it with
Table For Two.
Take it back to the classics with this simple pimento cheese spread from
The Kitchn. Serve it with toast, crackers, or eat it by the spoonful. I won't judge.
Mac And Cheese Cups With Broccoli And Bacon
These mac and cheese cups with broccoli and bacon double as make-ahead breakfasts, appetizers, or snacks.
Baked By Rachel explains how to cook them up.
Four-Cheese Hot Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Why make a dip with one cheese when you can make it with four? Visit
Closet Cooking for the tutorial.
Apple, Cheddar, And Bacon Quesadillas
For a unique touch to the average quesadilla, take a tip from
Foodie Crush and add apples. It also makes it kind of fancy.
Buffalo chicken and cheese are two favorites that people can't resist. So why not make a crazy good dip? This would work well as a sandwich spread, too. Find the recipe at
Baked By Rachel.