Cheesy Bread

A few of you asked me for the recipe for Cheesy Bread (as pictured with the Turkey Chowder). Not only is this really quick and simple, it’s also a huge hit. There’s never a piece left when I make this. My son could probably eat the entire thing himself, if the rest of us didn’t elbow him away from the plate.

All you need is:

one loaf French or Italian bread

2-3 cups cheese (I use a mix of cheddar and Parmesan)


garlic powder, salt and pepper

Just mix the cheese(s) with enough mayo to hold it together. Season with a little garlic powder, salt and pepper. Cut the bread in half the long way and spread the cheese mixture evenly over both halves. Broil until brown and bubbly. Enjoy!


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We were going to have tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches last night, but I was feeling a little lazy about grilling ALL those sandwiches. Then all of a sudden, I remembered seeing your awesome cheesy bread the other day! It was a HUGE hit and went perfectly with the soup. Thanks!


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