Never fail Garlic Bread

"everyone that i have served this garlic bread loved it. The garlic taste is superb! This came from a church friend and it is so easy to do!"
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  • 150 g margarine
  • 2 -3 teaspoons chopped garlic
  • dried Italian herb seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • crusty bread, slice in several pieces (French Loaf or Baguette will be good)


  • Mix margarine and garlic till combined.
  • Sprinkle as much italian herb as you want for the zest taste.
  • Combine sugar into the mixture.
  • Spread mixture on bread and put under hot grill for 5-10 minutes.
  • Serve!

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  1. PrimQuilter
    My family enjoyed this garlic bread! Super easy to whip up and a great addition to our steak dinner last night. Will make it again this week to go along with spaghetti and meatballs. Made for 2008 cookbook tag. Thanks Anda!
  2. Nancy G.
    I chose this recipe for the "Freeze It" tag game. The bread is great! Very simple to make and tastes great. Here is what I did: I sliced the loaf into 1 inch slices, slathered on the butter mixture, and flash froze on a cookies sheet. When I wanted some garlic bread for dinner, I took what I wanted out of a ziplock, placed the slices, butter side up, on a cookie sheet and baked at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until they were done. It worked like a charm :) There is no need to buy the premade stuff anymore when I can have this ready for dinner in 10 minutes or less. Thanks for posting a keeper!
  3. erobbins4
    I will make several loaves of this bread. Once made I will cut into family size servings, wrap in foil and freeze. When ready to make I will either take out the night before and thaw in the fridge or leave wrapped in the foil and bake frozen for about 30 minutes. It is an amazing way to get hot fresh garlic bread without having to juggle things with dinner. Plus I don't have to run to the grocery store to pick up french bread.
  4. Debber
    Oh Yum!!! Made my own bread, then used this to jazz it up, and wow--it was gone in a flash! *Made for PAC Spring 2007*
  5. lazyme
    Simple and very tasty. This was a nice way to do French bread slices. Thanks Anda for sharing.


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