Buffalo Pull Apart Bread

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | www.wineandglue.com | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!This post could probably be called:  That moment when you realize you are no longer pulling apart the bread for the perfect cheese shot, but just so you can stuff some of it in your face.

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | www.wineandglue.com | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!

Or:  That moment when you sit down to edit photos of the bread only to go back to the bread and eat more and then remind yourself that the two you are eating for are a small Italian woman and her fetus . . . . not two linebackers.

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | www.wineandglue.com | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!

So the other day I actually googled when the Super Bowl was . . . (I don’t actually live under a rock, I just spend all my time reading blogs, not the news . . . ) and not because I really want to make sure that I don’t miss it . . . . more so that I could know how many days I have left to post game day snacks!  #foodbloggerproblems

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | www.wineandglue.com | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!

This Buffalo Pull Apart Bread is the perfect game day recipe!  It isn’t hard to make at all, and it is absolutely delicious!  I’m addicted to buffalo flavoring, and it combines that, cheese, and bread.  You are going to need to resist the urge to just face plant.

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread | www.wineandglue.com | Cheesy bread with that buffalo flavor that makes it perfect for any party!

Buffalo Pull Apart Bread

  • 1 loaf artisan bread (I like sourdough)
  • 1 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese (I used Sargento 2%)
  • 1 stick of butter
  • 1/2 cup of Buffalo Sauce (I used Frank’s)
  • 1 bunch of scallions sliced about an inch into the green
  • 1/4 cup of blue cheese, plus more to sprinkle on top.
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cut the loaf of bread length-wise and width-wise.  Don’t cut all the way to the bottom.
  3. Stuff the bread with the cheese, doing your best to get some in all of the cracks.  You don’t want to stuff it down too far, because you are going to use it to hold the bread open and get the sauce in.
  4. Melt the butter over medium heat.  When it is completely melted, gently whisk in the buffalo sauce until it is full combined.  Add the scallions and the blue cheese crumbles and remove from the heat.
  5. Using a spoon, add the sauce to the bread, getting some of the sauce into each of the cracks.  Make sure you use all of the sauce.  Top with a little extra blue cheese.
  6. Tent with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes.

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Comments

    • says

      Hahahaha Samantha! That is hilarious you say that, because sometimes I feel like you and I are blogging twins. I see something go up on your blog, and it was literally something I was JUST thinking about making. I admit, this was a pretty insane recipe. SO GOOD!

  1. says

    Just came at you from Pinterest. OMG this looks delicious! Really craved buffalo wings when I was pregnant with my son, 25 years ago! Even having them 3 days in a row while my husband was out of town on business. Good thing we lived in up state NY and everybody served them so didn’t have to go to the same place, ha! May your baby grow up to be heat lover like mine. All the best, Susanne.

    • says

      LOL!! Susanne, the cravings in pregnancy get so intense, don’t they! I have been so hungry lately that sometime they kids look like walking hamburgers! :) Thank you so much for your kind words!

  2. MK says

    I found your blog just recently but notice two things. Most, or all of the commenters have not made the dish but say how ooey gooey it looks, have to make this, have to pin this, want to put my face in it, etc. Do your followers ever make and comment pros or cons or offer suggestions for alternate versions or ingredients? Those types of comments would make your blog more attractive. Secondly, your photographs are very pretty but could you include some of the steps to get to the finished product? Thank you.

    • says

      I totally agree with you! I wish that more people would come back after trying things and tell me that they made it and enjoyed it or they made it but wished this or that was a little different. That’s just not how most blog readers work, and unfortunately there’s not much I can do about that. I can tell you that I don’t put anything on my blog that I didn’t myself totally enjoy and would want to make again. My readers seem to be much more likely to comment on something on social media. For instance on my FB page, I will often get readers telling me they made something and they loved it. Or I will see a comment on a pin on Pinterest where the pinner exclaims that they made it and loved it. With this Buffalo Pull Apart Bread, I can tell you that I made it for some friends recently at a dinner party and it was the first thing to go. It was devoured.

      As for the step-by-step tutorials, again, I totally agree with you. I wish that I could do that. But as a mom to three kids, two of which are very small and home with me all day long, it’s just not feasible. The time it would take would make blogging feel like an awful chore, and not this amazing thing that I absolutely love and also happen to be able to support my family with. Maybe someday when all my kids are in school that’s something I will be able to do.

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