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I made Cheesy Bread for a Euchre Tournament last night and everyone loved the bread. I added a bit more sour cream and mayo. It was YUMMY! I am making for another party next weekend. I might back off on how much of the mixture I put on the bread. It will still be good. Fewer calories.
Mayonaise substitute ? I have found that I can use plain Ranch Dressing…or even Bacon Ranch Dressing, or Spicy Ranch Dressing in this recipe and any other similar recipe that calls for mayo.(I hate mayo, too) Just add a bit more cheese to thicken the liquidity of the dressing. Of course, this is changing the author’s original recipe…but it keeps mayo opposers happy !
Goodness. I partnered the bread with a roasted tomato and basil soup. This bread knocked the dinner out of the park. Thank you!!
What a great idea!!!!!
Love this bread. I saute the garlic in the butter a little to mellow out the garlic taste. And it’s “freezable” the first time I just froze the cheese, then I made it on the bread and froze the whole thing. Ready to go in the oven in a moments notice.
My boyfriend hates mayonnaise. Can I use extra sour cream in it’s place?
this is very good in test. i tried it.
i made this last week (gluten free white bread)
then i tried the olive variaion.wow. also works as a spread dip.
I made this today–it was PERFECT. The green onion and garlic really make it.
A good accompaniment for my super bowl chili………………thanks. I just might add a bit of heat to some. Siracha could work maybe
This is the BEST cheesey bread. My mom and I used to make this 25 years ago. But we added chopped black olives.
Funny how time flies – I printed this recipe out in the fall of 2009 and finally got around to making it last night! Don’t know why it took me so long – I guess it’s just a case of so many recipes to try and so little time to try them…
Anyway, it was delicious of course – the whole family loved it! I had a little bit of the cheese mixture leftover and ended up enjoying that for a late-night snack with some triscuits. I could, unfortunately, just eat the cheese mixture by the spoonful – it’s THAT good!
Great recipe I do this one a lot and add crab on top when in season unreal flavor
I am so popular now because of this recipe…
Everyone tries it should ask me about it…
Regards from Saudi Arabia…
Hello back atcha! ~Elise
Great!!! I chopped green onions in food processor. And used garlic powder instead of garlic. Whole family had a fit over it!
Definitely something to make again maybe with some variations, like the olives that someone mentioned… Yum!
I made this again today to go with ziti. Delicious as always! I usually just use the leftover spread for more bread, but got to thinking. Have any of you used it to flavor something else? I was tempted to add it to the scrambled eggs we had for dinner, but shied away. It’s such a strong flavor, I was afraid it would overpower the eggs. Suggestions?
I have thrown the leftovers int the casserole dishes like bake zits and goulash (American style) or Italian type casseroles,and it worked.It gave the dish a nice flavor.
Easy, delicious, and a huge crowd pleaser. I used jalepeno cheddar bread from Smith’s/Kroger, and used more green onion than called for, and people have LOVED it. From Girl’s Night to a Friday potluck at work, I never have leftovers.
I was searching the internet for a cheese bread recipe (a yeasted bread), and stumbled across this recipe. I also checked Ree’s Olive Cheese Bread, while I was at it. It didn’t help me with the yeast bread recipe, but I’ll definitely have to give both a try. I have some jalapeno-stuffed olives that might be perfect for this.
Thank You for the recipe!!! It was delicious, I did at our last party, and every on just loved it! I will do it again!!!
Can you skip the mayonnaise? or some way avoid it?
Not for this recipe. ~Elise