Garlic Bread

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    14 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    96 reviews

    It's kind of like garlic bread but is more substantial. Cut into large pieces it makes a great lunch; smaller slices are perfect finger food. You can keep the leftover bread for breadcrumbs.

    Recipe by: JMS5

    266 reviews

    In this recipe I combined toasted cheese sandwiches with garlic bread. It's tasty, it's quick and it's the perfect snack for friends, family and unexpected guests. Use a firm white bread for best results.

    Recipe by: NYCDAVE

    1 review

    This garlic bread is made with 2 fresh baguettes, softened butter, minced garlic, parsley, fresh basil and pepper. It's wrapped up in tin foil and baked until crispy.

    Recipe by: Kilda

    241 reviews

    The garlic is baked straight into this easy to make bread machine loaf. Ideal as a side bread to any Italian meal or barbeque.

    Recipe by: NICOLELYN

    No reviews

    This garlic bread was a grade 8 recipe from school but I still make it. It is really good with spaghetti or any type of pasta dish.

    Recipe by: Ashley_27

    30 reviews

    This garlicky herb bread goes perfectly with Italian dishes such as spaghetti and lasagne, but my family likes it with almost anything.

    Recipe by: Sandy Speer

    No reviews

    I was looking for garlic bread that was a bit different when I saw a photo of some bread that was sliced, cheesy and tasty looking. This was my effort at recreating it in my air fryer.

    Recipe by: GourmetGirl

    No reviews

    I make these using the cheap bread sticks then wrap in foil and freeze until needed with my next pizza or pasta dinner.

    Recipe by: GourmetGirl

    341 reviews

    Delicious cheese covered garlic bread, ready in minutes and perfect with pasta or as a side dish for an Italian dinner.

    Recipe by: Noelle C :)

    No reviews

    Tired of buying premade garlic bread I have started to make my own which I think tastes much better.

    Recipe by: GourmetGirl

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