Garlic Toast

November 10, 2012 at 7:03 pm | Posted in Bread, Italian, My Own Creation | Leave a comment

This is really easy to do…and garlic toast goes with so many meals, too.  I buy loaves of either French or Italian bread at the grocery store, slice them in half and freeze them.  When I need bread, I just grab half a loaf from the freezer.

Ingredients:

Half a loaf of bread

Butter, maybe half of a stick

One garlic clove

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Slice bread and set onto cookie sheet.  Brown in oven for about 10 minutes.  Flip over and brown for 10 more minutes.

Mince garlic and mix with butter; soften in microwave for about 20 seconds.  It doesn’t have to melt, just get soft enough to spread with the back of a spoon.

Daniel was my sous chef. He minced the garlic so hard it went many places!

Remove cookie sheet from oven.  Spread butter onto bread (I use the back of a spoon) and return to oven for another five minutes, until butter gets all melted. Then you can munch away!!

Crunchy and garlicky!

We had garlic toast tonight with the minestrone soup.  So much garlic!  The vampires won’t be bothering us here tonight LOL

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