The BEST Garlic Parmesan Bread is a classic and simple recipe that is a staple in my home!
Now, I know not many people will need a recipe like this because ‘its simple’ BUT you have no idea how many people, fans, family members still ask me HOW I made it!?
So because so many have asked me for this simple recipe, I decided to finally put it up on my blog- don’t EVER feel bad for not knowing how to make something even when everyone says ‘its simple’ – we all learned from somewhere!
I used french bread for this recipe (the long kind you see in the market) but you could also use italian bread or hey, even white bread in a pinch!
Sometimes its the easiest recipes that are the best because you can enjoy it with so many meals, chili, soup, pasta & more!
I have also made this recipe and put pepperoni on the top and made my own mini-pizza-style garlic breads and let me tell you my friends, they are SO GOOD!
Whether you choose to enjoy this bread with soup or with pasta or even top it with toppings, it is amazing!
Once you learn how to make the easy recipes you are already on your way to being the best cook you can be– time is all it takes!
This is super delicious and pairs wonderfully with so many different meals you will be making and enjoying this recipe for years to come!
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The BEST Garlic Bread!
- 1 french bread loaf
- 1/8 cup melted butter
- ¼ tsp Italian seasoning
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1/3 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
- Slice as many pieces of cheese toast that you will be making
- Melt the butter and add the Italian seasoning and the garlic to the butter.
- Lightly toast the bread and when it comes out of the toaster, brush the seasoned garlic butter onto the tops of the toast.
- Sprinkle the shredded parmesan onto the tops of the toasts
- Broil the toasts until the cheese is melted and browned to your liking.
- These measurements are for every 3 pieces of toast you are making.
- So if you are making more pieces, then double the recipe for 6 pieces, etc.
(If you are using non salted butter, add a dash or two of salt)