If you made me choose my favorite kind of food, I would definitely say Italian. Because it combines all my favorite food groups:
Last week we threw together an easy Hamburger Helper dinner (Italian shells and cheese), and to make it a little bit more fancy, Shelton made his dad’s garlic bread. It had a very interesting twist on it, and was so simple that I just had to share.
Need some Italian inspiration? Look no further.
The next time you’re whipping up some quick Italian and kick yourself because you didn’t buy a box of Cheesy Garlic Texas Toast when you were at the grocery store last, take a breath. Relax. I’m willing to bet you have everything you need to make your own Cheesy Garlic Roll Ups.
Preheat oven to 300-350 degrees. Mix a few tablespoons of unsalted butter (softened) with minced garlic, salt, and Italian seasonings to taste.
Spread onto four pieces of sandwich bread.
Apply a layer of the good stuff. Mozzarella, preferably, but any cheese will do.
Roll it up.
Snug as a bug in a rug.
Using either a toothpick or piece of dry spaghetti, puncture the roll on both ends.
Melt any leftover butter and brush it on all sides of the rolls.
Cook for about 8-10 minutes (keep an eye on ‘em), and then cover with more good stuff.
Let top layer of cheese melt for a minute or so, and then divide evenly and STUFF YOUR FACE.