Dec 272011
 
I was searching “Yummy Food” on Pinterest one day and came across this bread.    It looked like monkey bread only with garlic and cheese.  YUM!!  I tried the recipe and liked it but it wasn’t my favorite so I’ve made it several more times and adjusted the recipe to to my tastes and ease.

This is the recipe I came up with and really like:
Thaw 2 loaves of frozen bread dough and let raise as directed.

In a small bowl, combine 1/3 cup melted butter, 1/2 teaspoon dried parsley flakes, 1/2 teaspoon basil, 1/2 teaspoon oregano, and 2 cloves minced garlic. Set aside.

Divide dough into thirds.  Tear off small pieces and coat them in the butter mixture.   Place in the bottom of a greased bundt pan until you’ve used up one of the thirds.  This should cover the bottom of the bundt pan.  Generously sprinkle Parmesan cheese on the layer of dough and then begin another layer.  You will have 3 layers in all.  Cover the dough and let rise for 40 minutes.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until bread is golden brown.
Delicious!!



You can find the original recipe at The Pastry Affair.
This is my adjusted version.



Grab a blanket, snuggle on the couch, and enjoy this yummy snack.  It’s perfect for a cold winter’s night.

Blessings,
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  15 Responses to “Garlic Parmesan Bread”

  1. This looks SO good! I’ve made monkey bread in the past but this looks even yummier! Can’t wait to give this a try!

  2. Looks gorgeous and tasty!

  3. Okay this just sounds WAY to good… I have never heard or seen this before… But I am CERTAINLY going to try it.. :) would love for you to share it here http://shoprubyjean.com/2011/12/sew-crafty-tuesday-linky-3-and-features/

  4. This looks SO good and I’m going to try it. I even had to call one of my daughters to tell her about it as she was looking for a simple but new and delicous ways to make some rolls. And this is it

  5. That looks delicious! I’ll have to try it. Would be great with spaghetti!

  6. Looks and sounds good, though I am not sure where I will find to loaves of frozen bread dough. Maybe I an still make it, but make my own adaptions to the actual dough.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    -M. Wildflower, visiting from Raising Homemakers link-up

  7. Is this as awesome as it looks?! Yum.

  8. Mmmm, yum! I’m not a baker but this sounds like something I could tackle! TFS

  9. Yummy this looks so good. Happy New Year from Bacon Time.

  10. I have to try this!

  11. Oh my goodness this looks like a dream! I am definitely trying this!

  12. i want this RIGHT now… doesn’t help that I’m really hungry right now :o) this looks amazing!!! Would love for you to come over and share at my Tasty Tuesday party. It will be open later tonight through Friday. Happy New Year. http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com

  13. Hey Carrie- I followed the link back to the original recipe but I like yours MORE cuz it uses premade bread dough. :)

    Looked for a PIN IT button on your post, but didn’t find one :( (I don’t have a PinIt feature on my tool bar as per hub’s request) so I’ll go see if you have fans who have pinned this already. If not; yup, I’ll take the step to start a NEW Pin It button for this great idea!

    Smiles!!!!

    Thanks for sharing :D

    Visiting via Homemaker On A Dime’s linky party,
    ~Suzanne in NW Illinois

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