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People Are Making Cheesy Garlic Tiger Bread Loaves

People Are Making Cheesy Garlic Tiger Bread Loaves

Well these look utterly delicious.

We don't care what anyone says, cheesy garlic bread is the ultimate snack, side or comfort food - and we won't hear otherwise.

Now, one woman on Facebook has come up with a genius way of making a specific garlic bread variety and we couldn't be more excited about it.

In fact, we've already stocked up on the ingredients to make it ourselves.

It looks SO delicious (

The Cheesy Garlic Tiger Bread is the ultimate snack - just look at it. Stuffed with garlic butter, chives, mozzarella and cheddar, it really is all of our garlic bread dreams come true.

And it's so easy to make. Posting in the Facebook group, Food Ideas For All The Family, the woman explained: "Easy but very yummy... tiger loaf, sliced 3/4 through, butter mixed with garlic and chives and mozzarella and mature cheese

oven till all melted."


So how can you make it yourself? Well, we've added a handy recipe below so you can devour some this weekend!



  • Tiger bread loaf
  • Butter
  • Chopped or crushed garlic
  • Chives
  • Mozzarella
  • Cheddar cheese


  1. First, make your garlic butter. Combine your butter with chopped garlic and chives, and mix.
  2. Next, slice your tiger loaf three quarters of the way through and add a generous amount of garlic butter into each segment.
  3. Stuff with cheddar and mozzarella and pop in the oven.
  4. Bake in the oven until the cheese has melted.

Now, if tiger bread isn't your thing, what about garlic bread made from crumpets instead? The mouthwatering concoction was first shared by TikToker @foodmadesimple, who posted the idea as well as a handy video of how it's done.

You can watch below:

In the clip, the TikToker first takes five crumpets before cutting them into quarters and arranging them in a baking dish.

They then coat the crumpets in plenty of melted garlic butter (drool) before adding a generous helping of cheese.

Then, all you need to do is pop in the oven for around 10 mins until the cheese has melted and the crumpets are golden brown.

We are drooling at these cheesy garlic crumpets (

Anyone else hugely craving garlic bread RN?

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Shutterstock

Topics: Food and Drink