34 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 20
  • 4 Rating Star 6
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 1 Rating Star 3

This bread is wonderful when served with spaghetti or lasagna. It's also easy for kids to prepare.

prep:
15 mins
cook:
40 mins
total:
55 mins
Servings:
8
Max Servings:
8
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Ingredients

Directions

  • In a bowl, combine cooled butter, egg, garlic salt and dried parsley. Pull off walnut size pieces of dough. Dip the bread pieces in the butter mixture and place in a lightly greased Bundt cake pan. When all of the bread dough has been placed in the pan, pour the remaining butter mixture over the top of the dough.

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  • Cover pan and put in a warm place until bread pieces have doubled in size. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

  • Bake in preheated oven for 30 to 45 minutes, until browned. Serve warm.

Nutrition Facts

270.38 calories; 6.64 g protein; 27.46 g carbohydrates; 14.41 g fat; 53.75 mg cholesterol; 635.57 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Anonymous
06/10/2003
Christine thanks for the great recipe! I have 3 sons; they and my husband all raved over this recipe. My 8 year old loves helping me to make it as well. It's my most requested bread from my boys and their friends Mary
(16)

Most helpful critical review

Anonymous
02/12/2004
After reading all the good reviews this recipe got I expected something really good. I was however really disapointed. It was extremely greasy way too much butter and it was just flat out ugly once it was turned out onto a dish. I picked off a piece and it was hard on the outside but swimming in greasy butter if that makes any since. I ate like 2 pieces just to make sure I didn't like it and ended up with stomach cramps all night. Sorry I didn't care for this one at all and will never make it again.
(8)
34 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 20
  • 4 Rating Star 6
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 1 Rating Star 3
Ches
06/10/2003
This recipe sounded great but I was a bit disappointed. It looked very nice but there was not much flavor to it. It needs a little something but I'm not sure what!
(19)
Anonymous
06/10/2003
Christine thanks for the great recipe! I have 3 sons; they and my husband all raved over this recipe. My 8 year old loves helping me to make it as well. It's my most requested bread from my boys and their friends Mary
(16)
Anonymous
02/17/2004
I must admit I blew this recipe! Dinner got sidetracked and the dough ended up thawed in the fridge for 3 days before I used it. Even so it was tasty...I used onion powder rather than garlic powder...it was quite greasy even with a little less butter than in the recipe but I don't know if that could have been affected by the long fridge time...but very good and I'll try it again right this time!
(15)
Brandi Briggs Pickett
10/15/2003
WONDERFUL! Experiment with the spices. You truly can't go wrong with this bread and it is so easy! I would recommend less butter though. When it was done cooking there was about 1/4c butter left in the pan that would have made it soggy if I didn't immediately blot it off. Would be good as sweet bread too (with sugar cinnamon raisins/nuts)
(11)
Rachel Powell
11/14/2007
Was looking for something different than just plain old rolls to make for our Thanksgiving of 25 people. Did a small batch of these for just my hunband and I and our 2 children. AWESOME! Very easy to put together! Will have to agree that I made a few changes in my spices but it came out wonderful! Can't wait to serve this one to our guest!!!
(9)
Anonymous
02/12/2004
After reading all the good reviews this recipe got I expected something really good. I was however really disapointed. It was extremely greasy way too much butter and it was just flat out ugly once it was turned out onto a dish. I picked off a piece and it was hard on the outside but swimming in greasy butter if that makes any since. I ate like 2 pieces just to make sure I didn't like it and ended up with stomach cramps all night. Sorry I didn't care for this one at all and will never make it again.
(8)
KCandy
10/04/2010
I make this all the time...try cutting small pieces of string cheese or mozzerella and forming the dough around them and rolling them parm cheese....so good!
(7)
SARAHSNC
11/02/2009
Very delicious. I have made before as the recipe states and it makes a great alternative to standard garlic bread. However tonight I was hungry for something with pepperoni in it. So I made the bread but substituted pizza seasoning for the parsley and added about 1/2 c chopped turkey pepperoni and 1 cup shredded italian blend cheese. I sprinkled the pepperoni and cheese inbetween layers of the bread and it worked nicely and was a big hit.
(7)
B3JREYNOLDS
06/10/2003
This recipe was yummy. I would only suggest adding more of the garlic salt. My kids really liked it.
(6)