Saturday, May 15, 2010

WFD: Cheesy Bread Bowl



I absolutely love olive oil, my favorite is groOrganic Italian blend. This all natural olive oil is grown, harvested and bottled in Central California. With studies suggesting that 2 tbsp of olive oil a day may reduce heart disease, I love it even more!!


This dish is a copycat recipe of the delicious cheesy bread bowl we had on Mother's Day, at the Auburn Ale House. Wonderful to serve with any meal, or as an appetizer.



Ingredients:



  • bread bowl
  • 4 tbsp butter
  • garlic as desired 
  • 1 cup mozzarella
  • 1/2 cup cheddar



Preparation:



  • Sauté butter and garlic until bubbly.
  • Slice bread into squares, without cutting all the way through.




  • Stuff the bread with garlic butter and cheese.  






  • Wrap with foil and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees
  • Splash your serving plate with groOrganic Italian blend olive and place bread on top, lightly drizzle with balsamic vinegar and serve. 








20 comments:

Green Monkey said...

I almost forgot to comment on the food! CHEESE, GARLIC, BREAD...all of my favorites...thanks for sharing! yummy!

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lauren said...

there is nothing about that recipe I dont like!!! looks like a great party treat.

Happy SITS saturday share fest! have a great weekend.

Fun On a Dime Lady said...

Oh, that looks so good! I think I am going to put that on the menu for this week!

Stopping by from SITS

Natalie said...

Are you kidding me with that bread??!! I want to run to the store right now so I can make it - it sounds fantastic!!

flmom said...

Oh my! We weren't able to give up cheese on our attempt to be dairy-free, but we limit it to one time a week. I will have to try this soon. It looks and sounds incredible.

Lucy said...

This looks dangerously good. My husband would go crazy for it. Now my tummy is telling me to go make dinner...

Hi, I'm Natalie. said...

Oh, good lord. If it wasn't a thousand degrees outside today, I would be making that for dinner NOW. Yum.

jewelknits said...

Oh, my goodness!! This is something that we ALL would love!! yummm!!

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Oh my goodness! When can I come over for dinner? That looks absolutely divine! I want some. Right. Now.

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
@TweetingMama

Heather @ Gerber Days said...

{drooling} Looks soooo yummy! I love olive oil too! Plus, it's great for your skin!

alicia said...

This looks delish!! Saving this one. Live and Love out loud sent me.

Liz said...

This looks SOO yummy! Plus, it's organic!

Crystal Escobar said...

yummy!!! I seriously LOVE anything with lots of garlic and lots of cheese :)
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The Mayor! said...

Drooling all over my keyboard!! MUST make that....wonder if the grocery store is open 24hrs....

LambAround said...

Just 2 Tbsp a day, you say? Hmmm...today I drizzled some olive oil on a salad, used it to fry tofu, and baked chocolate chip cookies with it (they really do turn out fine!) I think I may be a tad over the healthy limit! :p

~Lamb

LambAround

Kristin @ Ellie-Town said...

Yum yum yum!!!

Kari @ p.s. love.love. said...

Um, hello! Delicious!!!

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Jo - To a Pretty Life said...

That looks delicious! A neat alternative to the storebought garlic cheese bread.

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