|Garlic toast hot dog buns|
At my local Canadian grocery store, a loaf of garlic bread (French bread spread with garlic buttery spread) costs $4. Their garlic spread has a very long (and unnatural) ingredient list.
A loaf of plain French bread costs $2. I make my own garlic bread at a fraction of the cost. No French bread? I toasted hot dog and hamburger buns (leftover from Baby's birthday party) with this garlic spread and my family loved it!
My kiddies loved this so much, they even had it spread on their morning toast!
With only 3 simple ingredients, we were able to enjoy "restaurant-style" garlic bread at a fraction of the cost. I always have dried parsley and garlic powder in my collection of spices.
With soft non-hydrogenated margarine (I used Becel vegan) or softened butter, this mixes up super fast! The dried parsley makes the garlic spread look like the ones in the restaurants.
A great way to use up leftover hot dog buns! Ready to be toasted in the oven.
Easy Buttery Garlic Bread Spread (Garlic Butter), Vegan or Not
1/2 cup softened butter or vegan non-hydrogenated margarine (I used Becel vegan)
1 1/2 Tbsp garlic powder* (I tone it down to 1 Tbsp)
1 Tbsp dried parsley
optional: your favourite shredded cheese
Mix softened butter or margarine, garlic powder and dried parsley together in a bowl.
Spread on your favourite bread (and add shredded cheese, if desired) and bake in hot 375F oven for about 3 minutes or broil until golden brown.
*I think grated or finely minced fresh garlic would be great. Just add to taste.
- Adapted from Allrecipes.com: Great Garlic Bread
Leftover hamburger buns? Make garlic toast hamburger buns!