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Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls with Marinara Dipping Sauce

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Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls are a fantastic snack or appetizer to go along with Christmas eve or Christmas dinner. Or to munch on throughout the day on Christmas or as an appetizer for a New Year’s Eve party.  Easy to whip up as a last minute recipe. Made for Discover, A blog by World Market. This post is sponsored by Cost Plus World Market.

Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls  Shanna Schad

If you love monkey bread then you will love this savory version of it. Yeasty dough filled with two cheese and topped with a delicious herb mixture and marinara sauce to dip the rolls into before each and every savory bite. I started with a base of a box mix of a triple onion savory monkey bread mix from Cost Plus World Market and added my own twists to it such as the cheese filling. I am not always the biggest fan of using a mix since I do love baking from scratch. However, there always seems to be a shortage of time at the holidays so cutting corners is totally ok in my book. Especially when it comes out super tasty.

Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls  Shanna Schad

Who doesn’t love ooey gooey cheesy rolls at the holidays? The sauce is a must. It goes along well with this herby onion rolls and the melty cheese.  You can go free form and make into a whimsical Christmas tree shape or make similar to monkey bread and bake in a bundt pan. Either way it bakes up delicious.

Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls  Shanna Schad

I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and Hanukkah and happy holidays for whatever holiday you celebrate. You could even celebrate drinkmas and eatmas if you want!Savory Christmas Pull Apart Rolls  Shanna Schad

The recipe and step by step directions for these savory Christmas pull apart rolls are over on Discover. Head on over there for this recipe and for many other recipes and ideas from all the wonderful contributors to the blog. I want to thank you all for being wonderful supporters of me, my blog and the brands I work with. This blog wouldn’t be possible without all you lovely readers and the brands I get the privilege to create amazing recipes for all year long. So thank you! Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah and happy holidays!


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