Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread

Stephanie From plainchicken Wed, May 16 2012
I've been seeing a lot of these pull apart breads online.  Most of them are sweet cinnamon breads.  I decided to try my hand at a savory pull apart bread.  I decided on a Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread.  I picked up a packet of the new Hidden Valley Italian dressing mix and used it for the seasoning in this garlic bread.  It was really good.  I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

 

 

What you need:
1 loaf Rhodes white bread
8 oz cream cheese, softened
1 packet Hidden Valley Italian Dressing Mix
1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
2 Tbsp milk
1 Tbsp butter, melted

 

 

Allow bread loaf to thaw

 

 

 

Once thawed, but still cool, roll out into a rectangle.  Mine was 15x19

 

 

Mix together cream cheese, dressing mix, cheese and milk.

 

 

Spread cheese mixture over bread

 

 

 Cut into six strips

 

 

Stack strips on top of each other

 

 

Cut stack into 6 strips

 

 

Place in a lightly greased loaf pan

 

 

Allow to rise until double in size

 

 

Brush bread with melted butter.

 

 

Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes.

 

 

Allow to cool slightly and enjoy!

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Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread

Servings: 12 Skills: Intermediate Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) Bake Time: 30 min

0.0 / 5  (0 votes, 7 reviews )

Ingredients

  1. 1 loaf Rhodes white bread

  2. 8 oz cream cheese, softened

  3. 1 packet Hidden Valley Italian Dressing Mix

  4. 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

  5. 2 Tbsp milk

  6. 1 Tbsp butter, melted

Instructions

  1. Allow bread loaf to thaw.

  2. Roll into a rectangle, approx.

  3. 15x19.

  4. Mix together cream cheese, dressing mix, cheese and milk.

  5. Spread cheese mixture over bread.

  6. Cut into six strips.

  7. Stack strips on top of each other.

  8. Place in a lightly greased loaf pan.

  9. Allow to rise until double in size.

  10. Brush bread with melted butter.

  11. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes.

  12. Visit Rhodes Blog for detailed photos.

Stephanie

Stephanie Parker is the author of Plain Chicken, a food blog with tasty recipes that are anything but "plain". She works full-time managing an Accounting and HR Department and spends her nights and weekends working on her blog. She is married with three beautiful cats. She loves trying new recipes. She thinks it helps keep meal time from becoming boring. Her favorite ingredient is chicken, but you will find a lot more than chicken on her blog. Her pastimes include cooking, baking, shopping, traveling and Auburn football.


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7 Comments

Tina said on May 16, 2012 Reply
They look great. I love savory over sweet and would be a nice compliment to dinner.
Jan said on May 17, 2012 Reply
Just wanted to say that when I get your e-mails, I can't wait to read them - and end up printing out just about everyone to use! Love what you do - and saw, above, that you have three cats! I do too and I love them to death - so I enjoy your Monday e-mails when you show their pictures - keep up the good work!!
Chris said on May 20, 2012 Reply
Can I pull half of it off, because I want THAT much! Looks delicious, Steph!
Hermes Belt said on Jun 01, 2012 Reply
They look great. Looks delicious.
pat said on Aug 13, 2012 Reply
where is the garlic??????????
Kristen said on Sep 05, 2012
The garlic is in the seasoning packet
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