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Simple Freezer-Friendly Garlic Bread

Recipe from my sister, Olivia

I originally made this recipe a few years ago when I was prepping recipes for some farmer friends to have in their freezer during the busy harvest season.

They loved how easy it was to prepare, and even claimed it to be their favorite recipe out of everything I made for them that year!

Since then, I’ve made it a few different times for various occasions. It’s so quick to prepare ahead of time, and it works really well for spur of the moment guests or when you aren’t sure until the last minute how many guests you’ll be serving.

Pair it with these super popular Individual Mini Meat Lasagnas for a great make-ahead meal for the freezer!

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Olivia is a music teacher, graphic designer, and event organizer. She loves hospitality, ministering to the elderly, reaching out to international students, playing harp gigs, adding beauty to everyday life, and experimenting with recipes in the kitchen. Her greatest joy in life come from knowing God and growing in her relationship with Him. 

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3 Comments

  • Lisa T says:

    Why not use Italian bread?

  • Christine says:

    I love garlic bread! I make mine slightly different to this recipe. I use a wholemeal French stick of bread. I slice the bread longways down the middle and evenly spread the butter mixed with the herbs and garlic over both inner sides. I wrap the bread in a foil parcel and bake for 10 minutes and then unwrap the foil parcel to expose the bread and bake for a further 5 minutes. When its done, simple cut into slices. The crust is lovely and crispy and the inside is lovely and moist. You use slightly less butter this way but it still tastes gorgeous!

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