*I am a good cook kitchen expert and was given a loaf pan but all opinions are my own.
Christmas is here and so is the sugar high that is about to rush over you! I decided to make a savory loaf of bread with my Good Cook non stick 4 cup loaf pan instead of a sweet loaf. Trust me, all your friends and family will be getting a sugar overload so this is something super easy and savory you can make,
I am going to be honest. I am not a fan of boxed mixes. I have tried EVERYTHING to replicate this recipe without Bisquick and have not achieved the right taste so in this instance, a pre made mix is a must! When we go to Red Lobster, I cannot help myself from eating a thousand of their biscuits and this recipe tastes exactly like them!
I teamed up with Good Cook and they gave me a non stick 4 cup loaf pan to use which is such a great size to make little goodies for all your friends and family this christmas season. The best idea is to buy the Good Cook Loaf pan here, and once you bake your bread, take them out of the loaf pan to cool. Put them back into your pan and wrap with some pretty cellephane and give the loaf and loaf pan as a gift! This is for those people who a simple loaf just isn’t enough!
And last but not least if your going for the best taste, use parsley flakes not fresh parsley, it tastes much better! BUT the fresh looks so much prettier so I suggest just buying a little bit of fresh parsley to sprinkle on top when your done but use the flakes in the melted butter…trust me.
Parsley (fresh or dried)
Good Cook Mini Loaf pan
2 cup cheese (half cheddar and half whatever, I choose the mexican mix)
4 cups bisquick
4/3rds cups milk
parmesan cheese (optional)
Heat your over to 400 degree’s. Add a little oil to the bottom of your greased loaf pan and pop in the over. Let it heat up while you are mixing.
Add the bisquick, cheese and milk together.
Grab your best frand and get her to stir!
Mine seemed a little dry so I added a little milk. I also live in a high altitude so that could make a difference but add enough milk to where your dough looks moist.
I am the queen of undercooking. I hate to eat things that are overcooked but this recipe is the exception! Since these are pretty dense AND thick, you need to let them cook as long as you can. These do not taste good undercooked so make sure the tops are pretty brown.
Don’t they look so good??! The loaf pans worked fabulous!
Now melt the butter in a bowl. Add the garlic powder and parley. Stir together and spoon over loaves. Let dry before wrapping to give away or the butter will stick to your paper.
Oh and I added a little parmesan cheese to the tops of my loaves because the 2 cups of cheese in the bread just wasn’t enough for me but of course it’s optional.
- 4 cups Bisquick baking mix
- 4/3 cup milk
- 2 cups cheese (1 cup cheddar and 1 cup of your choice)
- ½ cup melted butter
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 T parsley flakes (and some fresh for presentation)
- Heat oven to 400 degrees.
- Add a small amount of oil in bottom on loaf pan.
- Put pan in oven and let heat up.
- Combine 1st 3 ingredients.
- Make sure it looks wet, if not add more milk.
- Take out hot pan and add mixture to pan.
- Bake for 10-15 minute or until tops are brown.
- Melt butter and mix garlic powder and parsley.
- Brush tops of loaves with melted mix.