Cheesy Garlic Bread


So apparently I’ve been hanging on to this recipe for a while.  The date on the print out said it was July 2008.  Don’t know why I haven’t gotten to this recipe sooner.  I found it at  Taste and Tell who adapted it from Robbie’s Recipe Collection.  The original version is suppose to be a copy cat of a Black Angus cheese bread.  Black Angus is no longer around here, but I have eaten there before.  However, I don’t ever recall eating their cheese bread.  So not sure how it compares but it was yummy.

This bread is ooey gooey cheesy bread goodness.  Loved it.  It is however very cheesy.  I am probably going to try to reduce the cheese mixture used for next time.  It’s not that I didn’t like the heavy cheesy gooey layer, I just think my heart would appreciate it more if there was a little less cheese.  So I have included off to the side what I will try with the cheese mixture for next time.  So if you’re daring, go all out cheesy, if not try the reduce amount.

Cheesy Garlic Bread

  • 2 cups shredded cheese – I used an Italian blend (Next time try 1 1/2 cups)
  • 1 cup mayonnaise (next time try 3/4 cup)
  • 1/2 cup butter – softened (next time try 6 Tbsp)
  • 2-3 cloves garlic – peeled, minced fine
  • 1 loaf French bread – cut in half lengthwise
  • 1 bunch green onions – root and green ends trimmed, chopped
  1. In a bowl, stir together cheeses, mayonnaise, butter, and garlic until thoroughly mixed.
  2. Spread prepared mixture evenly over the cut side of each bread loaf half. Sprinkle onions evenly over cheese mixture.
  3. Place bread, spread side up, on a cookie sheet or aluminum foil, and then bake in a 350 degree oven for 7 minutes. Turn oven setting to broil and broil for 3 minutes.
  4. Break or slice bread into serving-size pieces and serve.
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9 comments on “Cheesy Garlic Bread

  • So did you use real mayo or Miracle Whip…just wanted to know as sometimes that makes a difference. Sounds yummy and I’d like to try it for our next Ladies Night.

    • Her recipe states mayo, but I’d use Miracle Whip if it was all I had. I don’t think it would make any difference.

  • I’ve been making this garlic cheesy bread for years and everyone who tries it loves it. I keep the mixture made up in my fridge. The only difference is I mix the green onions in with the garlic/cheese/butter mixture. I do try to spread it thin so the gooeyness isn’t overwhelming.
    Also, my hubby HATES mayo, but he LOVES this bread!!! You can’t taste the mayo at all.
    As a side note, when I’m making spaghetti or lasagna or something like that, I’ll add some italian seasoning to the bread … it’s great!!!

  • I don’t really think the mayo was noticeable. It just adds creaminess to the cheese mixture.

  • This looks fabulous… but my hubby hates mayo. Can you taste the mayo?

  • This looks awesome, yum yum yum.

  • Everywhere I look there’s cheesy garlic bread! I really need to get with the program and make a loaf. This one looks great with the green onions on top!

  • Umm! I’ll take one to go please!

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