Several years ago, our friend Jill served the most delicious cheese soufflé. She is a fantastic cook, and always told me how easy the recipe is to make. Well, I just decided that it would probably be more complicated than it appeared, and everything always tastes better at Jill’s.
Well, I made it today, and it was even easier than I thought. And, so delicious. I added some jalapenos for a little “bite” and just salt and pepper. The swiss cheese is already so flavorful that you really do not need to add herbs at all. I think next time I will “French it up” with some herbs de Provence. Or, maybe I could add a Mexican twist with cilantro, and serve salsa or guacamole on the side. So many options!
You can serve this as a substitute to eggs for breakfast, or with tortilla chips for scooping as an appetizer. Either way, it is just yummy! Another bonus is that it is good to serve if you have guests that do not eat meat.
This recipe can also be served hot or at room temperature. Perfect for picnics or entertaining.
Jill's Cheesiest Soufflé
- March 24, 2019
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- Three 8 ounce packages of softened cream cheese
- 1 pound shredded Swiss cheese
- 4 eggs, beaten
- Salt and pepper to taste or herbs of your choice
- Step 1
- Preheat oven to 315 degrees
- Step 2
- Combine all ingredients until thoroughly mixed
- Step 3
- Butter and flour a large souffle dish
- Step 4
- Pour mixture in to dish
- Step 5
- Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes
- Step 6
- You may opt to add green chilis or jalapenos or herbs of your choice
- Step 7