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Wed, Sep 09 2015 post by Jasey From jaseyscrazydaisy

Garlic Cheddar Bread

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Sometimes when I visit my grandpa, well before he was diagnosed with Celiac's disease, he would bring home a loaf of garlic cheddar bread from the local bakery or we would stop in for a sample from time to time. The bakery served many different kinds of bread, but the garlic cheddar was always my favorite. At home, we don't have a bakery, besides the ones at the local grocery stores,  so I don't get this special bread very often. Last month, when Rhodes asked me to feature their Chopped Blue Cheese Bread, a spark ignited and I thought if it works with blue cheese, I bet I can make it with cheddar and create my own cheddar garlic bread. I'm so glad I did. It is delicious! My son asked if I could always make it :). I'm pretty sure it will be a repeat offender around my house. I think it is better after it has cooled a bit because the flavors have a chance to develop, although I must say I didn't mind it straight out of the oven either. But then never was one to pass up gooey melty cheese? How about you? Are you interested in the recipe? Let's get started.

After thawing your rolls, just until cold, chop them into small pieces like so.

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Then you crack an egg over the top and add a little chopped garlic.

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Use a knife to chop and stir and then add some shredded cheese.

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Stir and chop again and then some add some more cheese. Chunks of sharp cheddar to be exact. You can never have too much cheese.... right?!

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Chop and mix again and then place in a prepared loaf pan.

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Cover loosely with plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray and let rise until dough reaches the top of the pan.

Homemade Garlic Cheddar Bread thats better then the Bakery!

Now all you have to do is bake it at 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Check the bread around 15 minutes to see if it is getting dark. It so, cover it with foil for the remaining bake time. That's it. It's so easy and delicious. No one will guess this is a cheater recipe that uses frozen dough:). Gotta love that!

Garlic Cheddar Bread

12 Rhodes Frozen Rolls, thawed just until soft but still cold 1 egg 2-3 cloves garlic, chopped 1/3 cup shredded cheddar jack cheese 4 oz. sharp cheddar, chopped into 1/2 inch chunks

Place loaf or rolls on a cutting board. Chop into small pieces. Break egg onto the pieces and spoon garlic on top. Chop and move the dough to coat the pieces with egg and garlic.

 Sprinkle shredded cheese onto dough and chop and coat pieces again. Sprinkle sharp cheddar chunks on top and chop to distribute through dough. Place into a well sprayed loaf pan. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise until dough reaches the top of the pan. Remove plastic and bake at 375°F 20-25 minutes. Cover with foil after 15 minutes if needed to prevent over browning.

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Garlic Cheddar Bread

Servings: | Skills: | Prep Time: min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: min

Garlic Cheddar Bread
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Ingredients

12 Rhodes Frozen Rolls, thawed just until soft but still cold
1 egg
2-3 cloves garlic, chopped
1/3 cup shredded cheddar jack cheese
4 oz. sharp cheddar, chopped into 1/2 inch chunks

Instructions

Place loaf or rolls on a cutting board. Chop into small pieces. Break egg onto the pieces and spoon garlic on top. Chop and move the dough to coat the pieces with egg and garlic.
 Sprinkle shredded cheese onto dough and chop and coat pieces again. Sprinkle sharp cheddar chunks on top and chop to distribute through dough.
Place into a well sprayed loaf pan. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise until dough reaches the top of the pan. Remove plastic and bake at 375°F 20-25 minutes. Cover with foil after 15 minutes if needed to prevent over browning.

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