Quick Garlic Toast

Quick Garlic Toast

"Mom knew how to easily round out a meal with this crisp, cheesy garlic toast. We gobbled it up when she served it alongside of slaw or salad...and used it to soak up gravy from her stew, too."
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  1. Spread butter on one side of each slice of bread. Cut each slice in half; place plain side down on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with garlic salt and Parmesan cheese. Broil 4 in. from the heat for 1-2 minutes or until lightly browned.

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I thought that this recipe was really good! I used garlic powder and oregano on mine, and they turned out perfect. I was making some baked pasta and noticed that we didn't have any garlic bread....

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This was easy to do, and tasty coming out of the oven, hence the 3 stars. However, 5 minutes later, the bottom was soaking wet and soft, and I'd have given it 0 stars if we hadn't eaten it so fa...

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I thought that this recipe was really good! I used garlic powder and oregano on mine, and they turned out perfect. I was making some baked pasta and noticed that we didn't have any garlic bread....

Used garlic powder instead of garlic salt because my butter was salted. I love garlic bread and this was great.

I made this with the measurements given but I blended the butter, garlic powder (not salt) and parmasaen cheese and then put it on the bread. It was good but next time I will toast one side unde...

We threw in an additional quarter teaspoon of garlic powder for added oomph. My eldest boy was able to make this all on his own which was a huge ego booster for him which made me just love the r...

Very good, except that I heat mine in a skillet. Buttered side first until slightly browned, then flip it over to toast the plain side. It also helps to mix all the ingredients first.

This was easy to do, and tasty coming out of the oven, hence the 3 stars. However, 5 minutes later, the bottom was soaking wet and soft, and I'd have given it 0 stars if we hadn't eaten it so fa...

SO easy and so good! I didn't realize I didn't have any frozen garlic toast, so this was a stand in. It will continue to be as well - yum! Also have added cheese which is excellent as well. Th...

My family loved it! Quick, easy, you can't eat just one!!

A quick way to make garlic bread for pasta night without having to buy or make a loaf. I use whatever sandwich bread I have on hand. I also like to use Johnny's garlic seasoning.

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