"From the Junior League of Corpus Christi TX, these are a wonderful quick and easy appetizer."
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30 slices




  • Slice the bread into 1/2-inch thick slices. Toast on one side.
  • Mix chilis with butter, garlic, mayo, and cheese.
  • Spread on untoasted side of bread slices.
  • Broil until cheese is light brown and puffy. Serve at once.
  • Cheese mixture can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator until ready to use.

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  1. 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 !
  2. 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!
  3. 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!
  4. Such a delightful change from the usual garlic bread. Absolutely wonderful. Would not change a thing about this recipe. Thanks for sharing.
  5. 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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