Garlic bread meets appetizer with this quick and easy, yet oh so delicious parmesan garlic bread bites recipe.
My family spent last week in Disney for our Spring Break. While we were there, we ate at all of our favorite restaurants, tried so many delicious new treats, and walked a gazillion miles! We loved it!
One afternoon, I decided to hang back at the RV to catch up on a few things (like laundry!) while Bart and Sam went for swim at the pool. I knew they’d both come back hungry and our dinner reservations weren’t until late that evening so I whipped up this parmesan garlic bread bites recipe to hold us over.
Oh my goodness gracious! Talk about being just the perfect thing!
I cut large pieces of pizza dough that I’d made earlier and rolled them in melted butter in my skillet. Then, once I had all of the pieces arranged, I mixed together the garlic, parmesan, and parsley and sprinkled it on top of the pieces of pizza dough. Then, I baked it until the dough was cooked through and the cheese was mostly melted, about 12 – 15 minutes. I removed it from the oven and we dug in like we’d not eaten all day!
You could easily serve this with a side of marinara or pizza sauce or even more melted butter with garlic, but we thought it was just perfect without anything else added to it.
Here’s my Parmesan Garlic Bread Bites recipe. I think you will love them as much as we do!
Parmesan Garlic Bread Recipe
- 1 pizza dough recipe
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 1/2 cups grated parmesan cheese
- 1/4 cup parsley
- Preheat oven to 425º F. Cut pizza dough into about 2 – inch pieces.
- Melt butter in a medium skillet. Roll each piece of pizza dough in the melted butter and arrange in the skillet. Once all pieces have been arranged, mix together garlic, cheese, and parsley. Sprinkle mixture on top of pizza dough bites and bake in the oven until the pizza dough has cooked through and the cheese begins to melt, about 12 – 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and serve immediately.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.