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Morgan Wallen’s Garlic Cream Cheese Rolls

Morgan Wallen’s Garlic Cream Cheese Rolls

1 package of Hawaiian rolls
8 oz cream cheese
3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
½ cup shredded parmesan cheese
½ cup butter, melted
4 cloves garlic, minced
3 tsp Italian seasoning, divided
1 tsp garlic powder

Add 2 tbsp of the melted butter to the bottom of a baking dish. Separate and arrange the rolls in the dish. Cut an X into the top of each roll (without cutting through the bottom), making room for the filling. Beat cream cheese until smooth, and add 1.5 cups mozzarella, minced garlic, and 1.5 tsp Italian seasoning—transfer the mixture to the rolls. Mix remaining melted butter, 1.5 tsp Italian seasoning, and garlic powder and pour over rolls. Top with remaining cheeses. Bake 12-14 minutes at 375°F. Serve warm.


Country singer Morgan Wallen was born May 13, 1993, in Sneedville, TN. He was a musically talented child but hoped to pursue a baseball career. He suffered a torn UCL in his elbow during his senior year and began writing songs to deal with his emotions. He rose to fame after appearing on The Voice in 2014. A few of his hit songs include “You Proof” and “Last Night.” He has simultaneously held half of the top 10 tracks on the Billboard Hot 100, which only five other artists have accomplished.

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When your printer refers to a roll, what they really mean is...

  1. A small piece of bread designed to be eaten by one person
  2. A movement that involves turning something over
  3. A long sheet of paper or other material wound around a core.

Definition: In printing, the use of rolls (such as roll labels), as opposed to individual sheets, enables continuous printing, which increases efficiency and reduces the time required for print jobs.

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