22 Reviews

These are absolutely addicting, according to DD (and me too) - though she ate almost half of this recipe herself - I made 12 slices...thank goodness I didn't make more. These are so easy to make and I was surprised by the flavors...the mayo kind of threw me, but it blends really well with the butter, cheese, and chilis once baked - I used a whole 4 ounce can of chilis for 12 slices and it was perfect. This was a huge hit for dinner tonight as I mentioned, and DD said I HAVE to make these again. Thanks for posting - made for ZWT8 and the Herbaceous Curvaceous Honeys !

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FloridaNative August 06, 2012

Creamy and oh so wonderful! I had these for dinner and now I can't wait to serve them to guests over the holidays. I'll just make the cheese mixture in advanced so all I will have to do is heat them up! A definite repeat! Edit: I have to say this has become a new family favorite. I made it for Christmas and everyone absolutely loves it!

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cookiedog December 26, 2007

These were super yummy and all gone!! Instead of French bread, I just put the mixture on some whole wheat bread and broiled it. I might even try some jalapeno jack next time for some spice. Thanks for the great recipe, loof!

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SweetsLady November 21, 2007

Such a delightful change from the usual garlic bread. Absolutely wonderful. Would not change a thing about this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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~Nimz~ February 08, 2014

These were good. We reduced the recipe by half as their are only 4 of us. We made the kids without green peppers and the adults with. I would make these again. We did use colby jack cheese as that is all we had on hand and I didn't want to go out in -24 degree weather to get other cheese. lol We also used roasted green peppers from our garden this summer we had previously frozen.

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Hill Family December 10, 2013

Opps!...I didn't have any green chilies so I used some leftover jalapenos that I had from another recipe that I made...I also cooked these on the grill while preparing the rest of our meal...it seemed to work just fine...I may not have put enough of the mixture on the bread to make it really gooey...but we did enjoy it...thanks for posting the recipe =)

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teresas July 03, 2013

I just loved this bread! The secret is the green chiles, they really make the dish. Wonderful! Made for Best of 2012 game.

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linguinelisa February 19, 2013

Delicious! Didn't (and wouldn't) change a thing! I used light mayo. Toasted the bread at 375F for 8 minutes and then broiled for 3 minutes after adding the cheese mixture. Thanks for sharing!

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flower7 February 09, 2013

Really great and easy. Made for football pool 2012

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pamela t. December 26, 2012

Wow, these are delicious! I served them along with a pasta dish for dinner, but will definitely serve them as an appetizer in the future as well. I love mild green chilies -- they add such flavor (without any heat) to so many dishes. I cut the recipe in half as it was just the two of us and they were perfect. Made for PRMR, December, 2012.

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DailyInspiration December 20, 2012
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