Cheesy Artichoke Bread

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I did a little cooking, I mean who didn’t? But I didn’t cook anything for Thanksgiving dinner actually, just for my family. I have been wanting to try this recipe I saw on Closet Cooking. Now, I changed up the recipe a little and it tasted great but my final product didn’t look as appetizing as his. But it was my first time and this is all trial and error, right? Well, I’ll keep telling my self that at least.

You’ll need:
2 loaves of fresh French bread
8oz sour cream
8oz cream cheese
Shredded Mozzarella
Shredded Parmesan
5 big cloves of minced garlic
1 bunch of green onions
2 can of artichoke hearts
1 stick of butter

(the above makes two loaves because I was cooking for 6 people, you could half this)

Pre heat oven to 400 degrees. I started with mine at 350 degrees but wound up cranking up the heat and burning the bottom of the loaves in the process. I think if you start at 400 degrees you will achieve the perfect combination of heat and broiled cheese with no burning.

Chop up the green onions, garlic and artichoke hearts. Drain artichoke hearts first, then chop.

Mix everything together. All the veggies and cheeses. Save some shredded mozzarella and Parmesan for later.

All mixed up.

Slice out the middle of the loaf.

Ok now we are ready to fill it!

Fill up your loaf with the cheesy, artichoke mixture.

Top with the extra mozzarella and Parmesan. Place on foil and pop it into the oven for about 20-25min or until cheese is slightly brown and bubbling.

So gooood and cheeesssyyy.

Watch out! The bread will be super hot and slicing it was… A challenge for me haha. Enjoy!

8 Responses to “Cheesy Artichoke Bread”
  1. adamcowart says:

    omg i vant one.

  2. nom nom nom. you have left overs?!

  3. CameronHudson says:

    that is a hangover dream

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