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Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn’t Too Buttery or Garlicky

Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn't Too Buttery or Garlicky

My mom had a lot going on with 5 kids and a household to run. She made family dinners almost every night. As a mom I’ve come to admire and appreciate her consistency and diligence even more!

When it came to making homemade meals she tried to keep things simple. We grew up loving this garlic bread recipe. It is super simple and yet is not overly garlicky or buttery like so many pre-made store versions are.

So although this is a very simple and easy recipe, it is so worth making if you find the pre-made garlic bread loaves to be too rich and buttery for your taste.

Quick Directions

Preheat Oven to 350°F.

Take 1/2 Cup salted butter and microwave it in a bowl for 30-60 seconds (until it is pretty much melted). Then Stir in 1/4 HEAPING teaspoon garlic powder (or for more exact measurements 1/4 and 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder). Do a quick taste test and add more garlic if desired.

Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn't Too Buttery or Garlicky

While the butter is microwaving, take a loaf of french bread, baguette, or Italian bread (whatever you prefer). Slice into slices about 1 inch thick (not cutting all the way through, this makes the loaf easier to work with). I prefer to use an electric bread knife, I can slice a whole loaf in under a minute. If you don’t have an electric bread knife make sure to use a serrated knife to make the cutting easier.

Spread on the melted butter on each side of the slices. If you don’t have a pastry brush, a small spatula will work as well.

Wrap with tin foil and put in preheated oven for about 10 minutes. If you like your garlic bread crispy leave in for about 13 minutes, open tin foil and bake for another 3-5 minutes.

Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn't Too Buttery or Garlicky

That’s it. Its a super easy and quick garlic bread recipe that I hope you enjoy!

It goes great with this Lasagna as well!

The Best Lasagna

 

Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn't Too Buttery or Garlicky
 
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Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn’t Too Buttery or Garlicky- Easy In 5 mins of Prep or Less.
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Recipe type: Starters
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • ½ Cup salted butter
  • ¼ and ⅛ teaspoon garlic powder
  • a loaf of french bread, baguette, or Italian bread
Instructions
  1. Preheat Oven to 350°F.
  2. Take ½ Cup salted butter and microwave it in a bowl for 30-60 seconds (until it is pretty much melted). Then Stir in ¼ HEAPING teaspoon garlic powder (or for more exact measurements ¼ and ⅛ teaspoon garlic powder). Do a quick taste test and add more garlic if desired.
  3. While the butter is microwaving, take a loaf of french bread, baguette, or Italian bread (whatever you prefer). Slice into slices about 1 inch thick (not cutting all the way through, this makes the loaf easier to work with). I prefer to use an electric bread knife, I can slice a whole loaf in under a minute. If you don’t have an electric bread knife make sure to use a serrated knife to make the cutting easier.
  4. Spread on the melted butter on each side of the slices. If you don’t have a pastry brush, a small spatula will work as well.
  5. Wrap with tin foil and put in preheated oven for about 10 minutes. If you like your garlic bread crispy leave in for about 13 minutes, open tin foil and bake for another 3-5 minutes.

 

Anita

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2 Responses to Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn’t Too Buttery or Garlicky

  1. Dana says:

    2 Questions:
    1. Will this work on wings?
    2. How long and what setting should be used when cooking on a gas grill? Wings and Breasts

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