You ever make something so easy and simple that when someone asks you for the recipe you just feel silly giving it. It’s literally the easiest thing. That’s how I feel about this Cheesy Garlic Bread.
This bread is basically a staple in my house. If I make spaghetti, ghoulash, chicken alfredo pasta, or any other assortment of meals that are traditional staples – you can guarantee that this bread is being made too. It’s also the one thing that every single member of my family will eat, from the vegetarian to the health conscious to the picky littles. They all love the bread.
Many of my friends and family will come to eat dinner with us, or visit during different time of day I’ll often offer leftovers for them to try. No matter how good my spaghetti is they just go crazy for the bread. And then they just figure the recipe can be found on my blog. It’s almost embarrassing every time I tell them no, this particular recipe isn’t there. I honestly never thought to add it because it’s so easy breezy. So here I am, typing out the recipe for those very special people – and for you too!
There’s no strict measurements, to be honest I’m guessing at most of them. I just do a shake of this and a handful of that. I usually choose French or Italian bread loaves, although you can use Sourdough or a wheat variety as well. Sometimes I’ll pick up the other French or Italian loaves that have the herbs in the crust or the flakier crust, but this time I chose something simpler. A sweet French bread loaf is a classic and is guaranteed to be delicious.
Now, if you’re like me you might be shopping for the week instead of just that day when you pick up your bread loaf. I always buy them freshly baked from the bakery, so they’re typically in the paper packaging with one side exposed. I find if you leave them in that packaging for more than 12-15 hours the bread hardens. I keep it in the paper packaging, then p...