Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf (For a Crowd!)

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf which is made for a crowd is the easiest and mess free way to serve a whole lot of garlic bread with minimal work. The idea for this recipe came about when I was having a party for a bunch of kids (client party).

The theme was a pasta bar and the adults had wanted garlic bread options (read: more than one kind of garlic bread) and I thought about what I could prep ahead of time that wouldn’t make a huge mess. Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

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The issue I have with regular garlic bread recipes is you spread the topping on and bake, but then once you take the loaf out the slicing makes a giant crumby mess. Since private chefs = dishwashers/cleaning crew at the end of the night I planned for every part of this party including cleanup. Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

This Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf was a HUGE hit, was the first garlic bread to run out (even though I made 4 loaves of it) and the kids loved it too (the loaf I made for the kids had half the garlic).

So if you’re planning pasta nights for a crowd and you’re thinking of making a garlic bread to go with it, I highly suggest this Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf. It even keeps warm on your table if you leave the foil wrapping mostly around it and wrap a kitchen towel around it to keep heat in.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes. If you’re looking for a garlic bread thats toastier and more buttery you can certainly add more butter, but I promise even if the pictures look a bit less buttery than you’re used to the soft interior is very buttery tasting even if it doesn’t brown as much.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.
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Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf (For a Crowd!)

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.
Course Bread
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 12 servings
Author Dinner, then Dessert

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf shepherds bread or French bread, sliced
  • 12 tablespoons butter, room temperature
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/4 cup parsley, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Mix the butter, garlic, parsley and kosher salt and spread the butter compound onto the slices of bread.
  3. Wrap the bread loaf in foil until fully covered (I used two large sheets in a + shape and wrap up the sides until covered.
  4. Bake for 15-18 minutes, then open the foil packet and bake an additional 5 minutes.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.
Sliced Garlic Bread Loaf made with a pre-sliced loaf of bread in just minutes and enough to feed a large crowd with no mess or slicing involved. In the oven in minutes.

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