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It Doesn’t Get Any Easier (Or TASTIER) Than This!
I am crazy about appetizers. If it was up to me, I would just serve all kinds of appetizers for dinner every day, instead of cooking your usual full meal. Somehow I feel like eating a bunch of different kinds of little things is much more fun than just eating a nice steak. Not that there’s anything wrong with steak, of course. I wonder if I’m the only one who thinks like this… Could you think of just serving appetizers for dinner?
I bet you could, after you’ve had a taste of this amazing garlic bread. I found the recipe on Flours & Frostings and attacked it like a crazy lady! It looked so incredibly delicious that I just couldn’t wait until another party to make it.
I decided we needed an appetizer for a regular weeknight dinner yesterday. You know, just because. So I made this garlic bread and it turned out mind-blowing! I knew it looked good in the picture but nothing could have prepared me for that stupendous taste! I probably would have eaten the whole thing on my own, if it wasn’t for my family…
Recipe and image courtesy of Flours & Frostings.
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Quick Tip: Instead of a loaf pan, you could bake the dough balls in a muffin tin!