Sunday, January 18, 2009
Garlic Cheese Bread
This Garlic Cheese Bread is so good!!! This picture really doesn't do it justice. It tastes really similar to the garlic bread served at a restaurant called The Smoke House. The Kraft cheese powder it calls for is a little hard to find (I found it on Amazon). If you can't find it, just use the cheese packet that comes in the Kraft Mac n Cheese box...it works just as well. Sorry, I don't have any measurements or exact cooking times because I just estimate each time I make it.
1 loaf of french bread (or any kind you like, also works well with baguettes)
Kraft Mac n Cheese Cheese Topping
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with foil. Slice the bread and spread a generous amount of butter. First sprinkle the garlic powder, then the cheese topping (generously), and top with some parmesan. Bake in the oven 5-10 min. til crusts are as crispy or soft as you like. Then turn the broiler on high and cook til somewhat melted and browned (if you like). Serve immediately.