Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe

Second part of the Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe tutorial - for step 1 of cheese garlic bread, please click here

You will get about 10 slices.


Using a bread knife/saw, cut your baguette in diagonal slices.

Be careful not to cut right through as the butter will seep out and leave your garlic bread dry.

Move the sliced loaf onto a piece of tinfoil.

Don't cut the bread on the tinfoil as you might make holes in it.

Push the cheese and butter mix into the slits - be generous!


Using the tinfoil, make a parcel.

Put into a hot oven (400F, 200C Gas Mark 6) for 10 minutes.


If you want your garlic bread crispy, then after 10 minutes, remove it and peel the tinfoil back to expose the crust.

Put back in the oven for another 5 minutes.

Can you see the cheesy garlic just oozing out of this?

It's so tasty!

Garlic Cheese Bread Recipe to Step 1


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