Garlic Parmesan Spread

Garlic Parmesan Spread created by Munchkin Mama

It doesnt get much easier than this! Use on top of your favorite type of bread or rolls for a great cheesy garlic bread! Source: The One-Armed Cook Cookbook. Shown here with Recipe #125760 (highly recommended) on an English muffin.

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  • Combine all ingredients, stirring well to mix.
  • Spread on your favorite bread.
  • Broil in preheated oven on the middle oven rack for about 5 minutes (watch closely) or until golden brown and bubbly.
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"It doesnt get much easier than this! Use on top of your favorite type of bread or rolls for a great cheesy garlic bread! Source: The One-Armed Cook Cookbook. Shown here with Recipe #125760 (highly recommended) on an English muffin."
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  1. spooty3
    This was great stuff! This was also the first time in years I've used my broiler - don't know why I avoid it. I used this on an "Italian Round" loaf which I sliced up. Unfortunately I didn't let the butter soften up enough, and it was more crumbled than turned into a spread, which made it a little difficult to deal with, but that's my fault. But it melted nicely and tasted great. I might suggest even more garlic powder though, and maybe a little less butter (like 6-7T instead of 8T).
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  2. cass and sam
    this was quick easy delicious and a big hit at my dinner party-thanks mamma bear!
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  3. Munchkin Mama
    Garlic Parmesan Spread Created by Munchkin Mama
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    Garlic Parmesan Spread Created by Munchkin Mama
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  5. Legna
    I loved this recipe. I found this in the same cookbook. I use hoagie buns (I have really bad luck with using the broiler, so I baked it at 425 degrees for 8-10 minutes), I've also spread this on toast & it's good that way too. Thanks for posting!
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