4 Reviews

Very good quick bread; nice garlic taste! I used 3 cups self rising flour & omitted the baking powder & salt.
Update: this bread also makes great croutons for salad! Cut into cubes, place on baking sheet, spray w/oil & toast for approx. 40 min at 200 degrees.

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MicheleE April 22, 2012

I have this in the oven right now and it smells divine! Used a garlic seasoning mix and that is the only change I made. If it tastes as good as it smells, I will be ever so happy! If it doesn't I will be back to alter my review.

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Cooked January 18, 2012

This bread is super easy and really good!! I followed the directions but added a 1/2 tsp extra of garlic powder. My husband and son loved it, and we look forward to making it again soon. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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WorkNMomma July 29, 2013

This bread is delicious. We had it with butter on and garlic soup. I did have to make a couple of alterations as the comments said it was not very strong in garlic taste so I added an extra tsp and I also added 1tsp mix herbs as our family loves herb bread. The mixture was a little dry so I needed to add a little bit of extra milk. Other than the additions I decided to make myself this was a quick and delicious bread. Before cooking in the oven I added a sprinkling of cheese and sesame seeds to the top which my family commented on how tasty the crust was.
Thanks for this recipe, I will definitely be making it again!

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chikadily June 20, 2011
Garlic Cheese Quick Bread