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January 15, 2011


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Mina Gordon

Just found your post ,and had to try the recipe , they are yummy just right for our music evening tonight, although will have to make more as I have eaten some of them


Do these need to be eaten hot? Thx


It's the first time I tasted something like this. Thanks so much for sharing something so deliciously easy.. hahahah.. n I shall go back to my nibblings.


Made these today! My girls love them! Thanks for the great recipe.


I was really pleased to find your blog earlier and I've just made some of your cheesy nibbles. I forgot to flatten them so they have turned out as cheesy balls! But as I've scoffed half of them already I can say they really are delish! Thank you very much for posting up the recipe!

Cody Eyman

I baked these up for my family for "Grandpa Willy's Super Bowl Sunday Snack-Attack Slapdown". My dad's birthday always coincides with the great American past time, the Superbowl, so we always celebrate the two together.
Everybody absolutely loved them. It was fun converting grams to cups!

Lee M

Made your wonder Cheesy Nibbles the other day and wrote about them in my blog if that's ok. (I just started it and feel pretentious saying that there must be a different way!)

I've been following your blog for over a year and it's great - you inspire me with every post! I'm even currently doing a granny square blanket when I usually just crochet back and forth to avoid the sewing in bits!! xx


I love anything with cheese, these nibbles looks delicious.


The little Botha brothers are going to get a Cheesy Nibble surprise now, cos' big brother was very good and did his homework immediately after school :-)


FABULOUS...found this recipe pinned on Pinterest and am going to make them tonight!

mrs moons

just made some - they are very good with a sweet chili dip, it transpires

Jocelyn House

I made a variation of these for dinner tonight which we ate with the most fabulous sausages. I doubled the amounts to begin with. Tonight I substituted cream cheese for the butter (it's what we had in the fridge) and used 200g of it instead of 180g. Add to that 200g roughly chopped cheddar, what we had left of grated parmesan (probably about another 100g), 200g self raising flour (for a little rising oomphh), 2 eggs for binding, a good teaspoon of seeded mustard as well as some crushed garlic, about half a teaspoon of chilli power and a half teaspoon of smoked paprika. I put everything in my food processor and whizzed it up until combined, then out into a bowl for a quick (and I do mean quick) kneed to make sure everything was properly combined. They were sooooo yummy served garnished with chargrilled capsicum. Thanks for the recipe. We will be using this variation allot now. Dead easy - no effort to make and a definite hit with all the family.


Hi Lucy

Made your cheese nibbles on Friday - they were indeed very yummy. I've mentioned them here http://mylittlekaleidoscopelight.blogspot.com/2011/01/homemaking-handcrafting-blog-and-tv.html


Cherry Nichols

Thanks so much, I'm an english woman living in France - we're having good friends round for an "apero" tonight and it's way too cold to go out - your cheesy niblles are just the job . . . but as I'm going to weightwatchers - I'll have to go easy on them myself!!! Some hope!!!!


Sounds Yummy, Thanks for posting the recipe.



Is there a way to translate this from weight to volume measurements? I'm Canadian and our recipes use Cup measures.


Rosy Nancarrow

I finally got around to trying these yesterday, and wow they are SO unbelievably easy to make! and SO unbelievably tasty to eat! (I agree, nibbling is not an option!) Going to be a regular feature now although I may try adding a little mustard for a bit of a kick, oh and possibly a bit of grated parmesan on the top for extra crunch!

Thanks for sharing this fab recipe Lucy x


oh so yummy , wish i had one :)i must make these

Sweet Monstruitos

Cheesy Nibbles????
Looks very yummi!!!

Jacky S

They sound delicious.


I've been reading your bog for sometime now and love it!

Just finished this post and had to immediately bake your cheesy nibbles. I added chopped Italian Parsley so I can at least pretend they are a health food ;) Should be delicious and fortunately there's no one home to share them!


These sound too good (and easy) to pass up; guess I'll be making some this weekend. :)


Yum! Made these the other day when you posted the recipe - had to make some adjustments for US measures but they turned out SO good!




Mmmm... we just made these today and they are delicious! http://www.twobecomefour.com/2011/01/020365.html


Yum! These make me hungry for some cheesy biscuits (of the American sort).

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