These scrumptious Swiss cheese recipes are rich, creamy, and oh-so ooey-gooey!
Everything’s better with cheese, amirite? Especially Swiss cheese.
Nutty and savory, Swiss cheese has the perfect mellow flavor that goes with just about everything.
That’s nearly enough to try one every day for a whole month!
So, cheese lovers: grab that pack from the refrigerator. It’s time to dive headfirst into these delicious Swiss cheese recipes!
Chicken cordon bleu is the retro classic you need to try! It’s essentially Chicken stuffed with ham and cheese and coated with breadcrumbs.
This is an easy dinner idea that everyone will go crazy over. Trust me; I know.
Usually, chicken cordon bleu is deep fried. But this recipe chooses to bake it so you don’t have to feel guilty about all the oil.
Satisfy your taste buds with this gooey, sweet, cheesy baked Vidalia onion dip. It’s the perfect appetizer for sharing. So, whip it up the next time you’re hosting a game night!
The sweetness of Vidalia onions adds so much tasty goodness to this dip. They pair beautifully with the mild nuttiness of melted Swiss cheese.
Toast up some crusty bread and get dipping.
Sliders always go down a treat in my house – especially these ranch chicken and Swiss sliders.
Tender chicken is coated in a tangy ranch dressing and loaded with Swiss cheese. That’s all bundled into a soft, sweet Hawaiian roll with Dijon mustard, onion, and poppy seed topping.
Serve these cheesy gems at parties, potlucks, barbeques, or as an afternoon snack. Yum!
Have leftover ham? This ham and cheese puff pastry slab pie is the perfect way to use it up. It’s buttery, flaky, and mouth-wateringly cheesy.
Puff pastry is packed with Dijon mustard, ham, Swiss, and caramelized onions. It’s then coated in a garlic-herb egg wash and popped in the oven to get all nice and crispy.
Slice this slab pie into squares and get stuck in.
You can never go wrong with pasta and Swiss cheese. It’s the ultimate combination. And this linguine casserole showcases that perfectly.
Cheesy, creamy, and super homey, this casserole is simply divine. And it only takes 15 minutes to make.
This pasta recipe is ideal for cold and rainy nights. Make yourself a bowl and get cozy!
If you’re a fan of the classic Reuben sandwich, you’re going to love this hot Reuben dip.
This appetizer is sensationally good. Scoop it up with toasted rye bread for the ultimate Reuben sandwich experience.
I love bringing out this tasty dip at family gatherings. It always goes down a treat. You just have to blink, and it’s gone!
If you’re ever in need of a tasty side dish, these Swiss potatoes are mouth-wateringly good. They’re seriously addictive. You won’t be able to stop eating them!
Thinly sliced potatoes are covered in gooey Swiss cheese, butter, and chicken broth.
The crispy, golden crunchy of the Swiss cheese on top is truly marvelous. How could you resist?
This creamy Swiss chicken bake is perfect for any occasion. Serve it on a special date night or even just as a simple midweek meal.
Easy, delicious, and quick. That’s definitely a recipe I can love! If you’re short on time but want a home-cooked meal, look no further than this tasty bake.
Pair the cheese-smothered juicy chicken breasts with roasted veggies and bread rolls. It’s the perfect meal.
Calling all cheese lovers! This authentic Swiss cheese fondue is seriously addictive. It’s ooey-gooey, smooth, and of course, loaded with Swiss cheese.
Talk about a cheese pull. This fondue drenches each and every dipped crouton. It’s so good, you’ll want to eat it by the spoonful.
It’s vital you use a proper fondue set for this recipe. No one likes burnt cheese.
This ham and Swiss stromboli only takes five ingredients. It may be simple, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less delicious!
Loaded with Swiss cheese, ham, bacon, and green onions, it’s a savory wonder. And it’s super low effort which is great news for busy bees.
The next time you’re short on time, turn to this tasty stromboli. It’s cheesy, meaty, and suits the spot every time.
Sauerkraut adds a wonderful tang to this Polish pasta casserole.
Penne, sauerkraut, and kielbasa (Polish sausage) are smothered in a cheesy cream sauce and baked to golden perfection.
Now, throwing sauerkraut into a pasta casserole might seem a little strange, but you’ll be surprised at how delicious it is!
This unique flavor combo is seriously yummy. It’s kind of like a mac and cheese but with a Polish twist.
12. Reuben Brats
Can’t choose between a Reuben sandwich or a juicy bratwurst? Why not have both, in one? And slap on some creamy Swiss cheese for good measure!
These brats are cooler than your average hot dogs. You can enjoy all the flavors of your favorite sandwich on top of tasty bratwurst and nestled on a pillowy brat bun.
For the toppings, all you need is some Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and some thousand island dressing. Delish.
Nothing hits the spot quite like a cheesy slice of pizza. And this ham and Swiss cheese pizza with Dijon sauce is the definition of satisfying.
This unique twist on a classic pizza pie is a tasty take on a Croque-Monsieur. The pizza is topped with creamy cheese, salty ham, and a zippy honey Dijon sauce.
You don’t have to waste any time flipping pizza dough. Simply pick some up from your local supermarket and get to the toppings!
14. Baked Spaghetti
This baked spaghetti is everything you love about a Bolognese, except in pasta bake form!
Layers of molten Swiss cheese are the secret to this dish’s success. It’s cheesy, meaty, and oh-so-satisfying. What more could you want?
The best part about this dish is that it’s freezer friendly. That means you can store it weeks ahead of time. Simply pull it out of the freezer, pop it in the oven, and that’s dinner sorted.
Bacon addicts are going to adore this recipe. These smoked bacon-wrapped Swiss stuffed chicken breasts are truly something else.
Bacon and cheese are wrapped around juicy chicken breasts, pan-fried, and finished in the oven. Serve them with roasted veggies for the perfect meal. Yum!
Bacon just makes everything better.
I’m a firm believer that dips are the ultimate party appetizer. Every time I whip up this cheesy spinach artichoke dip, it’s gone in minutes.
Every last morsel gets devoured by a flurry of chips and hungry mouths. You certainly won’t have leftovers.
This dip is packed with cheesy, creamy goodness. It’s also a great way to get in your garden greens. So, get to scooping!
Now, this broccoli cheese bake is a side dish you’ll be making over and over again. Creamy, cheesy, and loaded with Swiss cheese, it truly is something special.
This baked side dish goes with just about anything. It’s bound to be a hit with the whole family. I guarantee they’ll be asking for seconds!
The great thing about this casserole is that it can be prepared the day ahead. Cover it tightly with plastic wrap and place it in the fridge. Then take it out and bake whenever you’re ready.
These may be the smoothest and most velvety cheesy scalloped potatoes you’ve ever eaten. One bite and you’ll melt into Swiss cheese bliss.
There’s no better way to eat potatoes. I’m convinced. A creamy Swiss and Parmesan sauce is poured over thinly sliced potatoes creating pure heaven in a dish.
Hot tip: To make this as creamy as possible, use heavy cream and whole milk instead of half and half. It makes a difference!
Start your day off on the right foot with this delicious Amish breakfast casserole. It’s super easy and has a secret ingredient that makes it so delicious.
Hearty and warming, this is the countryside breakfast you need to warm you up on chilly mornings.
And the secret is a few teaspoons of Tony Chachere’s No Salt Seasoning Blend! Give it a try. It might just become your new favorite go-to
This cheesy Swiss and mushroom pull-apart bread always goes down a treat at parties. Just one bite of this toasty bread and you’ll be going in for more!
Swiss cheese and mushrooms add so much delicious flavor to the crispy bread. Throw in some poppy seeds and Dijon mustard and it’s simply *chef’s kiss*.
Warm, cheesy, and oh-so addictive, this pull-apart bread is bound to be a hit. I love to serve it during football games and weekend hangouts. Yum.
Have you ever tried a French dip sandwich? If you haven’t you really need to give this recipe a go.
These sandwiches are filled with tons of roast beef slices and Swiss cheese. You then dip them into a yummy little bowl of broth on the side. Delish!
And it only takes 10 minutes to throw the sandwiches together. That means you get to spend less time cooking, and more time dipping.
A Cuban sandwich, known as a Cubano, is essentially a grilled ham-and-cheese sandwich. This recipe also uses juicy, roasted pork to make it even more decadent.
Juicy pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, mustard, and Cuban bread make these sandwiches irresistible.
Crunchy, tangy, salty, and creamy. This sandwich is perfect.
You can never go wrong with a good old burger. Especially when it’s packed with caramelized onions, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese.
This mushroom Swiss burger is drool-worthy. One bite and I guarantee you’ll fall in love. You won’t be able to eat your burgers any other way.
Serve these burgers up at your next backyard barbeque and you’ll be everyone’s favorite.
Now, Swiss cheese isn’t your usual type of cheese on an enchilada, I know. But you have to give these creamy Swiss enchiladas a go.
You’ll wonder why you never tried this combo sooner!
The shining star in this recipe is the creamy, cheesy sauce. It drenches the enchiladas in so much goodness.
Top the enchiladas with salsa, cilantro, sliced olives, Pico de Gallo, lettuce, and taco sauce.
You don’t have to take a trip to your local diner to enjoy a classic Monte Cristo sandwich.
With this recipe on hand, you can throw one together at home, saving you time and money.
The sandwich is stuffed with sliced ham, turkey or chicken, cheese, and mustard or mayonnaise. It‘s then tossed in an egg batter and browned on both sides.
Serve it up with some French fries, pickles, or a simple side salad. Enjoy!
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