Garlic Bread with Mayo & Cheddar

"This recipe is adapted from several recipes I've seen on the net. Absolutely decadent! Perfect with fresh pasta or could also be served as an appetizer."
photo by QueenJellyBean photo by QueenJellyBean
photo by QueenJellyBean
photo by Brenda. photo by Brenda.
photo by Brenda. photo by Brenda.
Ready In:
1 Loaf




  • Mix mayonnaise and the next six ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Spread on the split or sliced french bread and bake in the broiler approximately 5-6 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly.

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  1. Don't serve this with dinner because you won't want to eat anything else except more bread. It's like eating garlic bread topped with a melted creamy, cheese and onion dip. Sensational, the topping gets all brown and bubbly and the bread - brown and crunchy. I used some leftover sour cream instead of the half and half and baked it because my broiler is worthless. Denise H I love this recipe.
  2. This bread was delicious! I served it with baked Italian chicken, green beans and a package of chicken flavored noodles. I used a little milk instead of the half-and-half because I didn't have any on hand. I use 3 cloves of garlic and 1 T. dried parsley instead of fresh, but it was still delicious! Fresh basil might have been a nice addition, I will try it next time, but it was delicious as is! It was quick and easy to prepare. I put it under the broiler for about 5 minutes and watched it closely. When the cheese became lightly browned and bubbly, I pulled it out. The bread with hot and still soft, just the way I like it! This bread really made my ordinary dinner special! The kids even loved the bread, so this recipe is a keeper in my book! Thanks!!!
  3. Well, I know that someone else tagged this in our game, but I had to try it too. I really liked it. Next time though, I may try to add a little bit more garlic because I love garlic so much. Nice recipe and a nice change of pace from the typical garlic bread.
  4. I was skeptical of this recipe because of all the mayonnaise. It is so good I could eat the whole loaf myself. I did use reduced-fat mayo and milk instead of half and half. Good recipe!!!
  5. I'm so happy I tried this recipe out cause it turned out amazing! Easy to prepare too. This will go wonderfully with our monthly family spaghetti dinners. Oh I did change a little, I used 4 gigantic cloves of garlic,so more like 5-6 cloves, 1 Tbsp. dried parsley, and used 1 Tbsp. dried onion flakes because I did not want to ruin my eye make up cutting an onion lol. Thank you so much for posting this wonderful way too good recipe!


  1. The family really loved this garlic bread. It looked just like the picture too! Hubby and I decided next time we will use green onion instead of the parsley for some added zip.


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