Hidden Valley Ranch Roasted Garlic Cheese Bread
Cheese and garlic are two of my favorite foods. I love the way they pair together, (or alone) and make bland foods so much better! Whenever I go to restaurants I tend to order garlic cheese bread because it is so darn good and a real treat! I find myself even making it at home from time to time so I wanted to share a short cut recipe that I recently concocted called: Hidden Valley Ranch Roasted Garlic Cheese Bread.
Boy is this stuff good!
You see, no one loves peeling and mincing garlic so by skipping that step and using all *new* Hidden Valley Roasted Garlic Ranch you skip one of the most tedious parts of garlic cheese bread, and pack in additional zesty flavors! Simply slice your stick bread in half, smear on some delicious Hidden Valley Roasted Garlic Ranch dressing, cover with a cheese blend of your choice, some Italian spices and pop it in the broiler or grill until slightly golden brown and bubbly.
Trust me on the taste, this stuff is way too good for it’s own good! Plus, it is so easy to make and a total hit with the family. Serve this Hidden Valley Ranch Roasted Garlic Cheese Bread with some salad, pasta, or as an appetizer. It is really good and had the perfect flavors of roasted garlic and cheesy goodness!
Did you know that Hidden Valley Ranch has 5 *New* flavors that are perfect for the summer?
- Avocado Ranch
- Cucumber Ranch
- Cucumber Ranch Light
- Sweet Chili
- Roasted Garlic
Don’t they all sound so good? We thought so! The Roasted Garlic is really winning over here! So how about some cheesy garlic bread?
Here is what you will need to make your own Hidden Valley Ranch Roasted Garlic Cheese Bread:
- 1 large stick bread of your choice
- 1 cup of shredded cheese-Italian or Mexican Work just fine!
- 1/2 cup Hidden Valley Roasted Garlic Ranch dressing *available at Walmart stores
- Italian Herbs 1 teaspoon
Slice bread in half and generously coat it with Hidden Valley Roasted Garlic Ranch dressing
Sprinkle on cheese, and Italian Herbs
Place in a broiler until melty or bubbly, or in a heated grill with the lid closed. Our’s took about 5 minutes in a medium heated grill to cook up until a bubbly perfection.
Eat immediately to enjoy the warm cheesy and garlicky goodness