Garlic Bread Recipe

Super simple garlic bread recipe

Forget buying bags of frozen or only eating garlic bread when it's served when you're out for  a meal - YOU will be able to make the best garlic bread you have ever eaten!


First of all get a baguette - I prefer this to the long french stick as it is easier to manage.

You can make two or three if you want a lot of garlic bread.

Slice the bread with a bread knife.

Do not cut all the way through - leave the bottom intact otherwise the garlic butter will seep out and you'll be left with dry garlic bread.

This loaf measures 10 inches and I made 8 slices.

Move the sliced loaf onto a piece of tinfoil.

Don't be tempted to cut the loaf on the tinfoil to save crumbs as you run the risk of cutting through - the butter will run out and your garlic bread will be dry.

You will need a quantity of garlic butter - click for the recipe.

It depends how much you like, but for this size loaf, a couple of ounces would be enough.

If you make too much, you can store it in the fridge or freeze for 6 monthsl

Part 2 Garlic Bread Recipe

› Garlic Bread Recipe

Some of the links on this site include affiliate links, providing the Herb Guide a small percentage of the sale at no additional cost to you. You are not obliged to use these links to make a purchase, but if you do, it helps to support this site.

Home | Contact | Sitemap | About Me

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Indoor Herb Garden

This is the answer for growing lush herbs indoors all year round.

Herbalism Courses for all levels

Recent Articles

  1. Grow Herbs Indoors

    Feb 14, 17 06:41 AM

    Find out the best ways to grow herbs indoors. Growing from seed is easy when you know how

    Read More

  2. Drying Parsley

    Dec 26, 16 05:33 PM

    Drying herbs is an alternative to freezing. You will find instructions for drying parsley and other herbs in the microwave..

    Read More

  3. Herb Garden For Kitchen Window

    Dec 19, 16 12:03 PM

    A herb garden for your kitchen window. The books all say it's best to have your culinary herbs growing as close to your kitchen as you can - what's closer than your kitchen window?

    Read More

Protected by Copyscape Online Infringement Checker