67 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 39
  • 4 Rating Star 20
  • 3 Rating Star 4
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 1

This was fantastic with spaghetti, my family loved it... in fact my husband tried to eat the whole thing. Keep in mind though, we love garlic at our house. If you are not a fan of strong garlic, streamline the amount until you are comfortable with it.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Spray a fluted tube pan (such as a Bundt(R) with cooking spray.

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  • In a bowl, mix together the melted butter, parsley, rosemary, basil, and garlic. Separate the biscuits, and dip each biscuit into the butter and herbs; place biscuits in a random pattern into the prepared pan. If there is any unused butter mixture, pour it over the biscuits.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until the bread is browned and cooked through in the center, 15 to 20 minutes. Remove from oven, and invert the pan on a cutting board; the bread will fall out of the pan in one piece. Serve by pulling the bread apart into individual servings.

Tip

Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.

Nutrition Facts

266.61 calories; 4.04 g protein; 25.2 g carbohydrates; 16.92 g fat; 24.96 mg cholesterol; 625.77 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

01/01/2012
If you love herbs this is the recipe for you. However I personally had to add 5 minutes to the baking time and I still could have baked it a couple more minues. Also don't forget to crush the rosemary I did forget and it was a little over powering next time I won't forget!
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Most helpful critical review

09/05/2017
This is a really good recipe the bread has a really good taste and it was easy to make. It is one of my sons favourites so i make it often. I have make a variant of this using cardamom and cinnamon instead the garlic and herbs and it makes a really nice semi sweet bread. I have to change my review because this is not the original recipe for the Garlic and herbs pull apart bread that I saved a long time ago. It is so disappointing I just moved to a new place and couldn't find my recipes notebook so obviously I came here to check out the recipe only to find that they changed it. The original one was made using dough from scratch and this one uses canned biscuit dough... So I have to take my 5 stars because I gave them to the original recipe not to this one.
67 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 39
  • 4 Rating Star 20
  • 3 Rating Star 4
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 1
12/16/2011
I make this every once and a while to go with spaghetti or ravioli dinner. It's great because not only does it disappear fast but little hands can help make it too. This is even better if you can sprinkle a little parmesan cheese over the top before baking and after you invert it onto a serving platter.
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01/01/2012
If you love herbs this is the recipe for you. However I personally had to add 5 minutes to the baking time and I still could have baked it a couple more minues. Also don't forget to crush the rosemary I did forget and it was a little over powering next time I won't forget!
(50)
04/16/2012
I needed some kind of quick garlic bread tonight but had no french loaves or other bread to start with. I came across this recipe and had everything on hand except for the dried parsley. I grabbed fresh parsley from the garden and threw this together. What a hit and less than 30 minutes from start to table!
(27)
11/06/2012
Is there anything more annoying than a cook that substitutes near everything and then gives the recipe a low-star rating? If you sub biscuits with bread dough garlic powder for fresh thyme for rosemary and bake it in a loaf pan you have just created a NEW recipe! Whew. With that being said this is a terrific little go-to when you don't want to knead and wait (like when you're using a sauce for leftovers) for fresh bread dough. Because of the unhealthfulness (New word there!) we limit the amount our little people eat however it is very easy to just keep picking away at it. Without the appearance of a slice of bread it's no problem at all to grab about 40 little knots and think it is the same serving size. Great recipe. Thanks!
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10/16/2014
Quartered Grands biscuits shook it all up in a Ziplock Bag and placed it around the Bundt pan. Came out perfect.
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05/15/2012
Easy enough for kids to make and delicious - the whole pan was gone by the end of the meal and we had leftovers of everything else. It did take me 22 minutes to get a light golden brown on these even in a slightly hotter oven.
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05/08/2012
This bread was really good!! Simple to make easy ingreadients tasted great. We made it the first time to go with a sweet viniagrette green salad with chicken cherries and candied walnuts and it was gone!! The only thing I might change is to make it with frozen bread dough since we would prefer that texture to the biscuit dough. Thanks for the recipe!! Will make this again!!
(11)
12/18/2011
Anything garlic is a hit at my house....This is a 'keeper' and goes with a variety of main dish recipes.
(9)
05/27/2014
Wow! I sat down to write my review and looked over the recipe to see if I had done anything differently....I added tons of Parmesan cheese. For some reason I thought that was in the recipe! I cut the biscuits into small pieces put them in a gallon size bag with the dry ingredients (and lots of Parmesan) then got them All Shook Up (hey I am in Tennessee...) I put the dry coated dough balls in the Bundt pan then poured melted butter over the top. My pan is pretty heavy duty so it took forty minutes to bake but the results were FABULOUS. Every guest LOVED them even the baby who licked the cheese coating off the bread. I will be making this again and again and encourage you to make the same mistake I did by adding cheese!
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