Blue Cheese Garlic Bread

Blue Cheese Garlic Bread

"This is a great way to dress up an ordinary loaf of bread. Serve slices as an appetizer or with a meal. --Kevalyn Henderson, Hayward, Wisconsin"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 10 servings

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  1. In a small bowl, combine the first five ingredients. Cut bread into 1-in. thick slices, but not all the way through, leaving slices attached at the bottom. Spread cheese mixture between slices. Wrap loaf in a large piece of heavy -duty foil (about 28-in. x 18-in.). Fold foil around bread and seal tightly. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes or until heated through. Serve warm.

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I really like this recipe. Easy and quick to make. And the Blue Cheese makes it seem more "high brow" somehow. I also made a batch with Mozzarella cheese. I woudn't do that again. Also, I s...

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Yummy! The first time I made it, I used a 'take and bake' type loaf from Damico and Sons. I mixed up the ingredients and let them sit in the fridge for an hour or 2 then proceeded as directed. T...

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I really like this recipe. Easy and quick to make. And the Blue Cheese makes it seem more "high brow" somehow. I also made a batch with Mozzarella cheese. I woudn't do that again. Also, I s...

OMG...I'd give this recipe 10 stars if I could! I substituted fresh roasted garlic instead of the power...that's a must! And I also added in a couple of dashes of white pepper. Next time I mi...

This had a great flavor but I think would be better cutting bread in half lengthwise and just broiled for a few minutes. Cut the way the recipe says and wrapped in foil the bread got very mushy...

Absolutely phenomenal. I was in a hurry one night, and served it with angel hair pasta and store-bought pasta sauce. It made a quick and cheap meal that little bit nicer. Thanks so much!

This bread was AMAZING! So good and such good flavour. I do agree with the previous review though that next time I would slice the bread loaf in half and coat both sides and broil without the ...

This was really very good. I substituted fresh garlic for the powder, spring onion greens for the chives and roquefort for the blue cheese as those were the ingredients I had on hand. Next time ...

This was so delicious, I don't think I'll ever make regular garlic bread again. I used fresh pressed garlic and about half the amount of blue cheese called for and I didn't have any chives.

Everyone raved about this garlic bread. Now I'm never gonna make garlic bread without the blue cheese. The blue cheese makes all the difference!

This is a fun dish to make with the slicing and wrapping, etc. I think the slicing is a bit tricky because you have to get nearly all the way through the bottom crust. If you don't, it's diffi...

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