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Baked Mozzarella Bites

Baked Mozzarella Bites recipe
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These easy-to-make appetizers are sure to both surprise and delight your guests with the great flavor of fried mozzarella sticks without the frying step!
20 min
20 min
15 servings
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Must serve immediately, straight from oven. Becomes soft after 15min.
I made these for many parties and it was a hit, you do need to serve this right away, I usually would make them in batches but they are super easy to make and the kids and adults love them!!
I made these for our Xmas, & they were not a big hit. I had them on a warmer, and they got hard like a rock. The cheese got so hard you couldn't bite them. The crackers were ok, nice & warm, but the chesse wasn't . If I were to make these again, they would have to be ate immediatley.
Made them for my Christmas Eve gathering was not a hit, when the crackers got cold they began to get soggy, and reheating in the microwave made them even worse.
I was really excited about this recipe because I love mozzarella sticks. But these just didn't cut it for me. My husband liked them as long as they were covered in spagetti sauce.
Great, fast , recipe! They were good baked and with pizza or spaghetti sauce. My kids loved them. One time, I didn't have time to heat up the oven so I microwaved 6 at a time on a microwave safe plate for 15 - 20 seconds and they came out just fine, and the crackers stayed crispy. We make these a lot now.
Very quick and simple to make, but I expected the crackers to get crispy - they got more "mushy" because of the cheese. Also, without the dipping sauce, they're rather bland. Still a good, quick snack though. And definitely better for you than frying up some actually cheese sticks.
These were pretty good. The kids and husband loved them. I thought they needed a little something, so next time I am going to sprinkle the cheese with McCormick Brand Pizza Grinder Seasonings before putting the tops on. Easy snack!
Why do these have more calories and fat than the "Stick with Mozzerella Bites" here on your site? Those have 2% string cheese and regular Ritz, and these have part skim Mozzerella, and Reduced fat Ritz. I'm confused. It's not by much, but still. Please let me know so that I can be sure to trust that your nutrition information is accurate. <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Maggie ~ The nutrition analysis is correct on both recipes. Stick with Mozzarella Snacks uses 2 Tbsp. marinara per serving but divides 1 cheese stick (1 oz.) over 3 servings. While the Baked Mozzarella Bites uses just over 1 Tbsp. marinara per serving, there is just over 1/2 oz. cheese per serving. The difference in calories (10) and fat (0.5g) is primarily due to the slightly greater amount of cheese per serving in Baked Mozzarella Bites. >>>
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