Loaded Italian Bread

Loaded Italian Bread created by Lvs2Cook

Another one of those recipes that you can change up to fit your likes -- including using a different bread. It's almost a meal in itself but goes well with pasta and beef and it's definitely NOT low calorie. I found the recipe in a community cookbook a few years ago.

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  • In a medium bowl, mix all the ingredients together EXCEPT the bread.
  • Slice the bread in half horizontally and spread the mixture evenly over both sides.
  • Put the bread spread side up on a cookie sheet and broil until edges are browned and cheese is melted being careful not to burn it.
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"Another one of those recipes that you can change up to fit your likes -- including using a different bread. It's almost a meal in itself but goes well with pasta and beef and it's definitely NOT low calorie. I found the recipe in a community cookbook a few years ago."
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  1. Kathy
    I altered the recipe a bit, but it turned out great. I used reduced-fat cheddar cheese and garlic powder rather than garlic salt (we%u2019re trying to cut down on fat and salt where possible). I also used chopped green onions because DH did the grocery shopping and decided they were the same as chives. (sigh) Even with all those changes, the bread came out perfectly.
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  3. Lvs2Cook
    Another one of those recipes that you can change up to fit your likes -- including using a different bread. It's almost a meal in itself but goes well with pasta and beef and it's definitely NOT low calorie. I found the recipe in a community cookbook a few years ago.
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