Creamy Cheddar Pub Cheese
Appetizers are forever popular throughout the year but come the holidays they are even more so. Whether it is a casual get together or a more formal cocktail party, appetizers are always a hit. This Creamy Cheddar Pub Cheese could be served at any event. Crowded around the TV for game day or served up at a cocktail party, this delicious spread will sure be a winner. The perfect accompaniment to this pub cheese is fantastic Nairn’s Oat Crackers. Before you leave today make sure you scroll all the way down to enter our giveaway for a Nairn’s prize pack and gorgeous Pippa sachtel.
Have you tried a pub cheese before? It kind of reminded me of a strong cheese that we used to get in little brown crock pots when I was growing up. It didn’t have stout in it like this cheese but was also spreadable. Did I just date myself to the olden days?? Do any of you remember that cheese?
This spread goes wonderfully with the oat crackers from Nairn’s. The crackers are not only delicious but also nutritious. Packed with so many organic whole grain oats there is not much room left for anything else.
Nairn’s Oat Crackers
As you can see not only are they made with organic whole grain oats but they are wheat free, free of trans fat, a great source of fiber and have no added sugar. They are a guilt free option that are healthier for you and give you energy to keep enjoying your day!!
Nairn’s oat crackers are baked in Scotland since 1896 and they are the most popular oat cracker around, which is not a surprise with their lovely toasted oat flavor! They are the perfect cracker to serve with all your charcuterie and cheese boards. They stand up beautifully to a hardy topping and go from sweet to savory easily.
Creamy Cheddar Pub Cheese
A flavorful Creamy Cheddar Pub Cheese that goes great with oat crackers for game day to cocktail parties.
- 8 oz. light cream cheese, softened
- 4 cups sharp cheddar cheese, grated
- 1 tsp. dry mustard
- 1 Tbsp. horseradish
- 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
- Freshly ground black pepper
- Garlic salt to taste
- 1 Tbsp. worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 cup stout ale
- Add all the ingredients except the stout into a food processor and blend until smooth. Add in the stout up to 1/2 cup to desired creaminess. Taste and adjust seasoning if necessary. Fill small pots with the cheese mixture and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Here is our giveaway for Nairn’s Oat Crackers. You will receive a prize pack of crackers and cookies plus one of these gorgeous Pippa bags. All from Edinburgh, Scotland! They generously sent me two bags, one for Amber and one for me. They are adorable and surprisingly hold a lot.
Giveaway available to Canada only. A random draw will be held on December 4th at 12:00am, which at that time a winner will be chosen. The winner will have 48 hours to respond by email or another winner will be selected. Good luck everyone!
Comments & Reviews
That looks really good! It would be a great appetizer at Thanksgiving! I love the idea of not having to cook the appetizer LOL.
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
Oh yeah. Now THAT’S a snack! I love anything cheesy on a cracker, and that looks delicious.
YUM! My husband and I love eating cheese and crackers at night. These oat crackers look so good, I need to give them a try!
I love pub cheese. I’ve never tried to make it myself though. Hopefully mine comes out as good as yours!
Ann Bacciaglia says
This looks like a delicious snack. I will have to look for this on my next shopping trip.
Oriana Romero says
This looks so good I wish I could try it right now. I know it will be a hit in my house.
I would love to try this creamy cheddar pub cheese. It would be perfect for movie night.
Claudia Krusch says
I love it!!! I’ve never tried to make Pub Cheese myself. Hopefully mine comes out as great as yours! Yummy!
Reesa Lewandowski says
This looks so delicious for a party or tailgate!
Robin Rue says
This looks so delicious! We love snacks like this when it comes to watching the game on Sundays.
Janeane Davis says
Cheese and crackers are a great treat all year long. The winnner of your giveaway will be delighted with the crackers and the bag!
Janis @MommyBlogExpert says
Your pub cheese recipe sounds so yummy! I love having cheese spreads as a snack and will definitely try this.
Toni | BoulderLocavore.com says
This looks so creamy! A perfect appetizer for me! I can’t wait to try it!
Hali @daytodayMOMents says
This looks amazing, and I love seeing how easy great recipes are sometimes!
Jocelyn Cañasa Brown says
Yum! I need to make some of this cheese and I definitely want to try some of those crackers.
Pamela Morse says
These oat crackers do look like a real treat. I am going to make this recipe rather than buy pub cheese with horseradish at Trader Joe’s I can make the horseradish stronger that way. Thanks for the reminder.
Luzviminda Gunter-Smith says
A great treat to start the holiday, I love to try this. Thank you for the chance
Margaret Imecs says
Lovely prize pack! Thanks for the chance!
Linda G says
Nice combo of ingredients will definitely me on my holiday buffet
Florence Cochrane says
I love cheese and crackers. Looks delicious.
Peggy Mayfield says
Any idea how long this will last? If I make up a large batch next week, and put it in sealed jars in the fridge, should it last for Christmas Eve (i.e., a month or so) This looks sooooo good!
Tara Noland says
I had it in the fridge for two days and it was fine then by the third day it started to separate, the beer was coming out. So definitely won’t last a month.
Amy G says
I’m super excited to try this! Only thing is, I can’t have alcohol. Is there anything I can substitute the stout with?
Tara Noland says
I would use milk or cream to loosen up the spread to the desire consistency. Won’t have the same flavor but still delicious!!