In college, one of the best days at lunch were Bosco stick days.
If you haven’t heard of Bosco sticks, they’re a breadstick-type treat with a mozzarella center. They are totally terrible for you and absolutely delicious.
This past week, Jake and I had a craving for these things. It had been years since we had both had them. We thought about ordering them but then I thought how hard could this be to make?
Basically, you take pizza dough, roll out into a rectangle, and place mozzarella string cheese per 1.5 inches of dough and cut into 1.5 inch strips. Wrap dough around string cheese, rolling as you go to form perfect breadsticks.
Place on well greased cookie sheets and bake at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes or until barely golden. Remove from oven, brush with melted butter and sprinkle with garlic powder, if desired. Serve with pasta sauce for dipping. Super easy and so delicious!
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