Holy Cow, Homemade TX toast!! Just like the stuff that you buy from the stores, but better! I didn't have any chives, so I used some parsley, and I used garlic powder. Will be making again and again! Thanks for posting! :)
This cheesy bread spread was such a nice change from the regular garlic butter. I did leave out the olives at 2 members of the family do not like them and they would have been picked off anyways. I forgot to pick up the chives in the grocery list, so these were omitted too. I did add a bit of Asiago cheese as I had some available. Thanks for the posting.....we would use this one again!
This is oh so good, but very rich!!!! It also makes enough for 2 loaves of bread. I left out the olives just because I didn't have any on hand, but followed the recipe to the tea and it will definitely be served at gatherings at my house again. Thanks for an awesome bread spread. Don't leave out the chives for this along with the mayo really made this unique!!!!
This was such a hit. Didn't use chives or olives, but it was still fantastic. I will make this many more times.
This is soooo good. I omited the black olives and added jalapenos to it. I will make this again for sure!! Thank you for posting!
This was quick, easy, uses ingredients I always have on hand and the best part is that it tastes delicious! I cut it in half and omitted the black olives, just a taste preference. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us Hey Jude!
Oh WOW !!! So glad I decided to try this last night! I didn't have any chives but that didn't matter at all....the taste was outstanding! I put this spread on 1/2 of a baguette...and cut it into 4 pieces. Needless to say I got 1 piece and hubby gobbled up 3! I have enough of the spread left over for tonight....yum...can't wait for dinner! I never thought that mayo would add such a great taste to this spread but it did! Thanks so much, Hey Jude! I'll add this to my "food to impress" list ! Can't wait for a get-together so I can introduce this to my friends!
This was a very good side for soup on a cold night. I didn't have fresh chives and subbed green onion, but that worked well. I also am not used to using garlic salt, and must warn others to go light with that. I had to adjust the recipe by adding more mayo, butter and cheese to overcome my heavy handedness with the salt. :oops: Since I refuse to use measuring spoons for anything except baking, next time I will use garlic powder and adjust with some kosher salt. Thanks for posting.
This was great! I go went to a reastaurant last nite and had garlic bread and my fiance said mine was so much better! I have to agree, this stuff just melts in your mouth! I left out the olives as a personal pref.
Wish I could rate this spread higher than a 5star! Its the best spread and so different from others I have tried. I used minced garlic in place of garlic salt but other than that I fellowed as directed. It was delicious and very easy to come together. It will be made many times in the near future. Thanks for sharing this unique spread for french loaf bread.