7 of the cheesiest recipes on TASTE right now

By Melissa Scheepers, 18 August 2017

We’re big fans of all things cheesy – who isn’t, right? Read on to find out our latest favourites.

Cheese, how do we love thee? You’re the perfect gooey dip, a delicate but delicious addition to any salad, you make savoury bakes and a toasted cheese sandwich would just be two boring pieces of bread without you.


This two-cheese dip is particularly easy to whip up. It only takes 10 minutes to prep and 10 minutes to bake – perfect for surprise visitors! Dip slices of fresh baguette into the melted, bubbling dip.

Get the melted cheese dip recipe here.

Looking for something a little spicy? Try the Mexican cheese dip with roast chilli and chorizo recipe here.


Roughly torn mozzarella is a perfect canvas for bold flavours. The chilli, basil, orange and fresh herbs offer laid-back Mediterranean flavour. Allow for overnight chilling for extra flavour.

Get the marinated bocconcini with chilli, orange, basil and poppy seeds recipe here.


This is not your average cheese toastie! Take thick slices of farmstyle bread and layer with Woolworths Gruberg cheese, gypsy ham and cheese. Pop into the oven and, once the cheese starts bubbling, top with a generous spoonful of warm béchamel sauce. Oh hello, tingling taste buds!

Get the griddled croque monsieur recipe here.


It’s easy to sell a vegetarian meal when it’s this good. Not only is there cheese in the crust, but the tart is finished off with a creamy four-cheese filling. No, we didn’t hold back with this one and, yes, you should definitely try it.

Get the chunky roast vegetable-and-cheese tart here.


There’s no reasons to fear the soufflé! With two sharp cheeses, mustard and nutmeg, this fluffy dish is a savoury sensation. Follow this easy 45-minute recipe and you’ll master the art of the twice-baked soufflé.

Get the twice-baked cheese soufflé recipe here.


It’s the savoury bake that’s a weeknight staple in many homes – but with a twist! This mac ‘n’ cheese update uses cannelloni instead of macaroni, which, when placed upright, forms the perfect conduit for catching all the sauce. Decadent, much?

Get Abigail’s famous mac ‘n’ cheese recipe here.


These tiny cheesecake soufflés may take a little time to make, but with only three ingredients, they’re well worth the effort!

Get the three-ingredient Japanese soufflé cheesecakes recipe here.

Discover more cheesy recipes here.

Melissa Scheepers

Article by Melissa Scheepers

Woolworths TASTE’s online content producer has faced constant temptation since joining the team last year. When she’s not thinking about her next meal (it’s usually a variation of a cheese toastie), she’s researching the best cooking methods for her next article.
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