Cheddar Bacon Ranch Pulls

Ever had those moments when you are deciding what to get from the cafe’s window display and you went for the one that looks visually appealing but then turned out disappointing to the taste buds? Well, being a visual person, has happened to me a few times. But then there were those times when you’d find something visually enticing and it delivers. Now that was exactly the case with this bread. I was browsing through Pinterest and came across a photo of this very nice looking pull-apart bread. Thankfully, this bread tasted good as it looked in the photo. Really nice served as it is for afternoon tea or with green salad for a light meal. By the way, I have included the link to where I got the recipe from so you’d know what I was talking about, the bread being visually enticing. Her photos gave more justice to this cheddar bacon ranch pulls, I think 🙂



1.   Using a sharp bread knife, cut bread going both directions. Do not cut through the bottom crust.2.   Place slices of cheese in between cuts. Sprinkle bacon bits on bread, making sure they get in between cuts.3.   Mix together butter and ranch dressing. Pour over bread. Wrap entire loaf in a foil and place on baking sheet. Bake at 180C degrees for 15 minutes. Unwrap. Bake for an extra 10 minutes or until cheese is meltedThis bread will also make a good party treat. Share the love … … and the calories! 😀Recipe from

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15 thoughts on “Cheddar Bacon Ranch Pulls

  1. This has 3 of my 5 favorite ingredients. Looks awesome.

  2. My mouth literally started watering! Looks super delicious!

  3. Are you kidding me, wow


  4. This looks really great – talk about something easy to put out for a large party as an appetizer as well!

  5. Cheddar, bacon and ranch. Never a bad combo. Always yummy.

  6. One question…is the ranch the dry mix or actually the dressing? I’m adding this to my holiday munchies!

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