Martha Mondays: Cheese Straws

Well, as you can see, I didn’t exactly end up with cheese straws! Thanks to Megan at Megan’s Cookin for choosing this one. This was really easy to make – dump it all in a food processor and away you go. I couldn’t get the dough to come together though. I tried pressing it with my hands, but I could not get it to make logs which I could roll out. So I ended up making little crackers instead, which worked out fine. I really, really liked the way these tasted, but next time I would to make them thinner. These would be great at a party. I’m keeping this recipe!

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9 Responses to Martha Mondays: Cheese Straws

  1. These aren’t like cheese straws that we would normally have – we have them with puff pastry, but they look good. I am running late and haven’t done them yet. They look tasty though.

  2. marthaandme says:

    They’re definitely completely different from what I think of cheese straws as being too. They’re more like cheese coins. But they’re really good and if you can get them to take on a shape, they’re not hard to make.

  3. megan says:

    I’m glad you like them. I’m doing mine today and was going to try the cracker way too. Wish me luck! 🙂

  4. Lyndsey says:

    I’m making mine later today. Thanks for the tip, we’ll see if we get straws or coins.

    Pru, that’s how I make cheese straws…with puf pastry!

  5. sassy says:

    For once I’m actually on time!!! I really liked these. You can see my pics along with my adapted directions here.

  6. Frugal Kiwi says:

    I had a cheese straw craving last week. Was lazy and just bought mine though.

  7. I was hiding my face in embarrassment because I was going to be late and now I see I’m not the only one. Will make them later tonight and post tomorrow. Thanks for the tips!

  8. I’ve never had cheese straws, but they sound wonderful!

  9. Karen Bannan says:

    I always come away from your blog wanting to cook everything I see! I’m trying these for Christmas Eve.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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