Easy Cheddar Cheesy Flat Bread: Pillowy, tender, warm cheddar cheese flatbread is satisfying & delicious! Great as a snack or as a single serve pizza with your favorite toppings!
Make your own flatbread in the bowl of an electric stand mixer or food processor. Combine the yeast, sugar, King Arthur flour, salt and Cabot Sharp Cheddar Cheese.What you will need to make Easy Cheddar Cheese Flatbread:Only seven ingredients! King Arthur Flour, Cabot Vermont Sharp Cheddar Cheese, yeast, sugar,salt,olive oil, and water.Cabot Vermont Sharp Cheddar CheeseKing Arthur Flour1 1/2 cups warm water ( 110-115 degrees)Combine sugar and water until sugar is dissolved.Sprinkle yeast over water.Let yeast stand until foamy.add flour.add olive oil.add salt.attach dough- hook and mix ingredients.Mix until dough doesn’t stick to bowl, add 1/4 cup of flour until te dough comes clean from the bowl, turn on low to blend so that the flour doesn’t kick up out of the bowl!Add olive oil to a large bowl.After dough has risen for about 2 hours, punch down dough, divide into four equal pieces.Place on a baking sheet, bake for 5-6 minutes, flip, bake another 2-3 minutes.look at that cheesy golden flatbread! YUMMY! Caramelized cheesy goodness pillowy delicious flatbread!How delicious is this flatbread??Cut into triangles and dip into your favorite olive oil and herbs.I just need to say, “cheesy bread” and I hear kids running down the stairs into the kitchen! The wafts of freshly baked bread lure them in. This flatbread disappeared in a snap! I think they may have been fighting over the last piece!
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Cook these tangy, cheddary flatbreads right in your oven or on your outdoor grill! Cut them into pieces for a chewy-crispy snack or side or use them whole as a crust for your favorite individual pizza toppings!
Recipe adapted from The Cabot Creamery Cookbook