Happy Hour: Garlic Cheesy Bread

22 Dec

This bread is almost sinful. Full of carbs, butter, and out right not healthy for you. But goodness gracious, it is yummy. Between three people, we tore this bread up. You might have to detox with one of my salads I have posted after eating this. But, don’t worry. While you’re eating it, you won’t give a damn. It’s worth the morning run and the salad for lunch that you’ll have to do tomorrow. It’s the holidays; be indulgent. I think this bread will warm up any table if guests you may have this time of year.

Ingredient List:
– A loaf of bread
– Lots and lots of butter, melted (one stick)
– 1-2 tbsp olive oil
– Cilantro, chopped
– 3 garlic cloves, minced
– Mozzarella cheese
– Salt and pepper


1. Buy a loaf of bread and criss cross cut it (this is where you are going to pour all the goodness of this bread).


2. In a small bowl, combine the melted butter, olive oil, chopped cilantro, minced garlic, salt and pepper. Then POUR this all over your bread. Oh goodness. You’re starting to be able to tell why this is good right? Anything with this much butter and garlic has got to be good. But wait, it’s going to get better…

3. Top with the shredded cheese. There it is. Butter, garlic, and melted cheese…..Sprinkle with a little more cilantro.

4. Wrap the loaf in aluminum foil and pop in your 350 oven for about 10-15 minutes.

5. Pull apart the little sections and enjoy……you’ll make up for it tomorrow!


The Boyfriend Rates It: 4

Bread was crispy and herb-y, but the the butter could have been more evenly distributed throughout the loaf. It didn’t soak all the way through to the entire loaf. Maybe someone can give us a tip for that.


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