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    What To Do With My Bread

    These are not breads to make, just things to do with bread I already have. Recipes to try for all types of breads.
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    Hard to stop eating this. It's so stringy and cheesy and good! If you like tons of cheese you might want to make an extra 1/2 batch of this.

    Recipe #170758

    This is a great appetizer for a party or the perfect complete for a steak dinner. It is the creamy blend of herbs and cheese that make it fantastic! This wonderful combination is spread on french bread and then brought to golden perfection in the oven.Yummy, Yummy!

    Recipe #189567

    From BHG Big Book of Healthy Family Dinners.

    Recipe #130725

    An easy grilled bread. Use whatever cheese you like.

    Recipe #127075

    This is fantastic. This was posted on a canning list, and this is a definite staple in my fridge. The best thing about it is that you make it, and it keeps in the fridge for up to 2 months. The taste is fantastic!

    Recipe #96727

    I made these with just about any meal--very buttery-good! My grandmother's recipe.

    Recipe #27797

    Goes well with any cook-out menu.

    Recipe #34128

    You can adjust all ingredients to taste.

    Recipe #90966

    7 Reviews |  By Anda

    everyone that i have served this garlic bread loved it. The garlic taste is superb! This came from a church friend and it is so easy to do!

    Recipe #61231

    A cheesey variety, fantastic

    Recipe #123108

    1 Reviews |  By bunnee

    Different, and simple accompaniment to an Italian meal.

    Recipe #21143

    These are so simple it's silly, but my husband loves them so much I thought I'd post this. I like them, too! I've tried making these a few different ways, but I believe good old processed American cheese singles works the best for this - it's clean and easy to measure and roll up, and it melts perfectly during the allotted baking time. You can skip the cooking spray and foil if you want and just bake these directly on the baking sheet, but I like to do it this way because it makes clean up easier, and any leftovers can be stored and reheated right in the foil.

    Recipe #100908

    This is a wonderful bread that goes very well with tea. I like this recipe over other lemon bread recipes I've found because the glaze is allowed to saturate the bread all the way through.

    Recipe #69665

    A must have with those Italian meals!

    Recipe #21428

    Great alongside any main dish. We especially like them with pasta.

    Recipe #23069

    I won four blue ribbons with these muffins! They are delicious!

    Recipe #31332

    Most peaple think this is the best thing we do with our Idaho potatoes! You can't resist these light, fluffy, yummy treats!! Prep time includes time for rising. Fry a few at a time for about 2-3 minutes per side. An electric skillet works well to fry them.

    Recipe #32760

    I got this recipe from a magazine. It's very easy to make and is great for any meal. Kids love them.

    Recipe #12975

    Great bread to serve with spaghetti or lasagna. The smell while baking is incredible.

    Recipe #17095

    This is really more a tip than a recipe - It is so ridiculously easy. After hunting high and low for the recipe for restaurant yeast rolls/bread that are served in many chain restaurants & steakhouses, I was astonished to learn that very often they merely use pre-made ordinary yeast dough and honey flavored margarine - The secret "recipe" I had been searching for was actually just a method.

    Recipe #17764

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