Alouette French Bread

"Quick, easy & very good bread."
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Ready In:


  • 1 loaf French bread
  • 1 (4 ounce) package garlic & herb spreadable cheese
  • parmesan cheese, grated


  • Slice bread in half, lengthwise. Spread with cheese.Sprinkle with parmesan. Broil until cheese melts.

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  1. When I went to the market, I couldn't find fresh French bread, so I grabbed a fresh loaf of Italian bread. It is thicker and less dense than French bread. Made with Italian bread, this wasn't crispy. Instead the top got too brown, while the bread itself didn't crisp up. I'm sure it would be wonderful with thinner French bread....I'll try again once I can find it. The taste of the Alouette cheese was wonderful, so I'm sure it would be a great spread for garlic bread.
  2. It certainly doesn't get any quicker or easier than this!! We loved this delicious, cheesy French bread. I spread a thinner layer of the garlic herb cheese on half of the loaf, and a much thicker layer on the other half. The bread with the thick layer was everybody's favorite, hands down. We found this bread to be very addicting, It was hard to stop eating it. I used Rondele garlic & herb spreadable cheese because my store didn't have Alouette. Thank you for sharing this wonderful is definitely a keeper!!<br/>**Made for 2011 Football Pool week #6**
  3. Such a tasty and easy to make garlic bread! I think I overdid it a bit on the Parmesan but it was still delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
  4. Really enjoyed this take on french bread. As I didn't have Alouette on hand, I used recipe#372666 instead. That spread recipe did this recipe justice! It was crunchy and creamy, tangy and tasty. Great if you need an impressive bread to serve alongside your dinner. I will be making this again and again! Thanks for sharing, SB6!
  5. So easy and tasty. Every one could not believe how simple this was. Made for your wim in the Foot Ball Pool 2010 week 11.



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