Sunday, April 14, 2013

Garlic Parmesan Pull Apart Bread

I don't know about you, but have you noticed that
more and more recipes are popping up on Facebook 
now a days?  Seems like I am always seeing my
friends post this recipe or that recipe.  And of course,
I am LOVIN' IT!!  

This recipe came from one such posting on Facebook.
The recipe comes from the The Virtuous Wife.
I would highly recommend spending some time on her blog.
She does an amazing job and I have actually added her
blog to my favorite list.

Anyway, when I saw this posting, I was immediately
like "I have to try this."  Remember, we don't eat
a lot of bread anymore at my home.  Since Johnny's
surgery, he can't have bread.  Therefore, I don't make bread anymore.
However, this recipe was a different story.  It had everything
I loved!  Cheese, garlic and bread.  How can you go wrong?

Another funny note to this story.  This recipe is made in a 
bundt pan.  I actually had to go on a hunt for mine.
I honestly believe this is the first time I have EVER used
that particular pan. 

The original recipe can be found here.
I would like to thank The Virtuous Wife for sharing this
recipe and say thank you to whoever put it on Facebook.

Now on to the recipe!

Garlic Parmesan Pull Apart Bread
from the Virtuous Wife


Plus one stick of butter = 1/2 cup

1.  While the oven is preheating, place bundt pan
in oven with one stick of butter inside.

2.  Cut Grand biscuits into quarters and 
place in a mixing bowl.
*NOTE* The recipe said NO FLAKY LAYER
biscuits.  I used the Southern style type.

3.  To quartered biscuits, add 1/2 Parmesan cheese

3 cloves of garlic, minced

1 teaspoon Italian Seasoning

4.  Once all ingredients are added, mix with your hands.

5.  Once oven is heated, remove pan with butter.

6.  Carefully add biscuit pieces into pan.
Pour any remaining cheese/garlic mixture over
the top of the biscuits.

7.  Bake for 20 to 22 minutes.

8.  Flip out on a plate when ready to serve.

All I can say about this recipe is I could make this EVERY night.
Five ingredients and super easy.  This recipe could spoil
a girl.  However, I will refrain and only bring it out
on special occasions!

Love to you all from the 
Busy Cookin' WV Momma!

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