So silly me decided to create a new recipe for pull apart garlic bread and I did it live on youtube what was I thinking??? If only you saw my outtakes it was quite funny from the video on garlic bread. And let me tell you, I think I’m going to do even more of my recipes that way, I figure why not challenge myself even more.
This concept came from 2 different thoughts:
- A cooking class that I took many years ago taking frozen bread and cutting it up, flavoring it up, letting it rise and then baking it up (was too much work)
- Another recipe I have taking biscuits, cutting them up and making a dessert from them. While I was so happy that I came up with a new idea for “pull apart garlic bread and a great concept, I have learned that there are many others doing pull apart anything let along pull apart garlic bread.
So this recipe takes your basic biscuit from the market (found in the refrigerated section), I didn’t use the flaky biscuits or buttermilk, I used the butter biscuits.
I put my butter into a bundt pan and placed it in the oven to melt while I cut my biscuits into fourths using scissors
I then chopped my garlic
I put my garlic on top of my cut biscuits and grated Parmesan cheese directly on top of the biscuits
I tossed it with my hands (that were washed of course
I removed my pan from the oven that has all the melted butter
I put my biscuits with all the tossed goodies into the hot pan (sorry about the photo quality on that photo)
I’d bake it at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until light and golden
I removed it from the pan and platted it….
This recipe for a “garlic bread” is so much easier then my other one I’ll so make it this way again for sure. You can have your children help in cutting up your biscuits and you can change it up to what you like most, for example, you can add caramelized onions, sun dried tomatoes, mozzarella. I did change the recipe to how I’d make it next time so thank you for watching my video but follow my recipe and instructions here 🙂
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did!
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