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Cheesy Pesto Bread

"Cheesy Pesto Bread is from Karen Grant of Tulare, California. I was out of French bread one day and remembered I had a packaged, prebaked bread crust on hand, she recalls. I topped it with pesto and cheese for dinner. Now its expected whenever I make pasta and salad. Its great heated up for lunch the next day, too."
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20 m servings
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. Place crust on a pizza pan or baking sheet. Spread with pesto; sprinkle with garlic salt and cheeses. Bake at 300 degrees F for 15 minutes or until cheese is melted. Cut into wedges.

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I'm giving 4 stars because I don't really think you need any garlic salt with the pesto. I thought it was too much garlic. I have made twice, once as written and once with homemade flat bread....

I like this to go with pizza or pasta. I usually just use homemade italian bread dough instead of the refrigerated (since I'm obsessed with my breadmaker), and I go with whatever cheese I have ...

This was really good. I make the spread and put it on french bread and broiled it. Everyone loved it.

Loved it! I baked my own loaf of bread in my bread maker, topped with parmesan and mozzarella and let it melt and then spread pesto on it. Served as a side dish with dinner. DELICIOUS!

I can't decide if I like this or not. I think the garlic salt is overkill and is not necessary. Like another reviewer, this to me is more like sauceless pizza than garlic bread. It was good f...

Quick and tasty! I used quite a bit more pesto and added red pepper flakes. Skip the garlic salt unless you are a salt fiend - this doesn't need it. Thanks for the recipe!

This was fairly tasty, but more like a pizza than a bread accompaniment to a meal. It was very filling. We found it much better for lunch the next day, with some veggies and dip or fruit. Thanks!

I have made this many times. It is a good side dish to have with pasta and salad. Always tasts good, and so easy to prepare!!