7 recipes to try if you can never get enough cheese

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So you really love cheese? Can’t stop, won’t stop eating cheese? You’re not alone. There’s a lot to love about it — and it takes center stage in these seven cheesy recipes.

Sure, nothing brings people together like a good cheese board. But if you really want to bring all the boys to the yard, try making a cheesy crab dip or pepperoni pizza mac ‘n cheese. These cheesy recipes are ooey, gooey delicious.

1. Cheesy Crab Dip

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Tools needed: Baking Dish

Dip your choice of chip into this super cheesy crab dip — or spoon it straight into your mouth. It’s your call. This dip is great for summer parties, movie nights, game nights or whenever you’re hosting a group of hungry people.

2. Fried Buffalo Cheese Balls

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Tools needed: Melon Baller, Whisk

You have to try these. These creamy balls of goat cheese come drenched in Buffalo hot sauce. If you like mozzarella sticks, these are kind of the same — but even creamier. Make them as an appetizer on game day or for movie night.

3. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese Sandwich

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Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe. The recipe calls for four sandwiches — and you may want to allot yourself at least two to start.

4. Double Cheese White Queso Dip

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Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Warm up with melt-in-your-mouth restaurant-style queso dip. It’s made with two types of cheese, jalapeños, tomatoes and a handful of spices. Serve it with your choice of tortilla chips and a refreshing margarita.

5. Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas

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Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet, Baking Dish

These enchiladas are a great option for a quick and no-fuss dinner. They’re stuffed with cheese, chicken and plenty of enchilada sauce — and take about 40 minutes to make. Traditional Mexican enchiladas use corn tortillas, crumbled cheese and are usually stuffed with some type of pepper. Many makers of traditional enchiladas also take pride in making their own enchilada sauce, filled with dried peppers, onion, garlic and tomato. These enchiladas are a more Americanized version, but similar idea

6. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

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Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it. Try out this recipe.

7. Jalapeño Popper Pigs-in-a-Blanket

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Tools needed: Sheet Pan

This recipe takes classic pigs-in-a-blanket to an entirely different (and spicy) level. This pastry dough comes stuffed with jalapeños, cream cheese, cocktail sausages and more cheese.

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