Brady Street Garlic Bread

03bBreadbfLOCheesy (in a good way), garlicky goodness spread on a loaf of supermarket French bread goes a long way toward making any meal a feast; and it is so simple to toss together… ermmm, with the help of a little jar of Brady Street Cheese Sprinkle.

Now, I am by no means telling you that you have to use this stuff; use your own favorite cheese sprinkle, or even just a tablespoon of shredded Parm or Asiago. It is all good; but, this stuff is just mebbe a wee, tiny bit better. Is all I’m saying.


•1 baguette
•1 stick unsalted butter*, softened
•1/2 tsp hot sauce (or sherry peppers)
•1 tsp garlic powder
•1 tsp dried parsley
•2 tbsp Brady Street Cheese Sprinkle

*Much as I like this sprinkle, it is kinda loaded with sodium, so yeh, do use the unsalted butter.

Heat the oven to 375º and line a baking pan with parchment paper.

Divide the baguette in half, then slice both halves down the center and place on the parchment.

02bBreadToastedbfLOCombine the softened butter with the remaining ingredients and spread evenly over the bread halves on the baking pan.

Note: unless we are having a lot of folk over, I will usually press two of the halves together, wrap them in foil and then stash ’em in the freezer for another day. Bake from frozen, still wrapped in the foil, for 25 minutes or so.

03aBreadbfLOBake, uncovered, for 10 to 15 minutes, depending in how crispity crunchy you like your bread. Slice and serve.

That’s it! Simple, no? And oh! so tasty!

There’s a lotta ways you can switch this up; use sourdough or Italian bread in place of the baguette, or heck, make your own French bread, it’s pretty easy, and there’s even a whole wheat option.

You can swap out oregano for the parsley (or mebbe even just add oregano to the parsley), and I wouldn’t mind at all a teaspoon or two of Aleppo pepper added into the mix.

Need more options? OK, try my Aunt Buzz’s garlic herb bread, or this biscuit-like loaf, or mebbe this blue cheese garlic bread.

I am all about teh options…

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