A few weekends ago, we had a family reunion. It was the first one we have had since 1998, so naturally it was great to reconnect with some long-lost family members. And in true Southern fashion, the reconnection was done over food. Always the most important part!
There were lots of yummy things, but one of the things that was just so good was my cousin Becky’s cheesy bread. The crust was crispy, the topping was creamy and cheesy, it was utter perfection. It reminds me a lot of the recipe for Pioneer Woman’s olive bread, but really this would “go” with more dishes. We didn’t want to eat a TON of this bread (it’s not calorie free, folks!) so after spreading the topping on, we placed one side in a large ziploc bag and froze it. Worked perfectly. Thanks for sharing, Becky!
Becky’s Cheesy Garlic Bread
Recipe from: Becky J.
1 French bread loaf
1 cup Mayo
1 cup Mozzarella cheese
green onions (to your taste)
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Split open a loaf of French bread and butter the two halves, then sprinkle with garlic powder. Cover a cookie sheet with foil and spray it with Pam. Place the two halves of French bread on to the cookie sheet, butter-side up. Toast for 15 minutes or till light brown.
Mix the other three ingredients together and spread over toasted French bread, then place cookie sheet under the broiler until cheese is melted and slightly browned.