Garlic Parmesan Bubble Bread

Italian Herbs Garlic Parmesan Bubble Bread Recipe by Ash's In The Kitchen

This is the easiest way to amp up your premade (or homemade if you have the time) biscuit dough! A few simple ingredients and you’ve got a delicious pull apart bread that’s a hit with the whole family. It’s such a versatile side dish that it can accompany a wide range of main courses brilliantly. Everything from Fettuccine Alfredo, Meatloaf and chowder, it’s definitely one of my go-to bread recipes! It also makes a great party appetizer when served with spinach or crab dip!

Garlic Parmesan Bubble Bread

Servings: 4 Cooking Time: 20 Minutes

  • 2 packages Biscuit Dough (i.e. Pillsbury)
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese
  • 1 clove Garlic; finely minced
  • 1/2 teaspoon Onion Powder
  • 1 teaspoon Italian Herbs
  • Pinch of Salt and Black Pepper
  • 4 Tablespoons melted Butter; divided

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Grease a medium baking dish and set aside.
  3. Open the biscuit dough containers and cut each of the biscuits in half. Roll each segment in your palm to form a small ball and place in a large bowl with the parmesan, garlic, onion powder, herbs, salt, pepper and half of the melted butter. Toss to coat, making sure to every segment gets coated in the cheese and herbs.
  4. Layer dough in the greased baking dish and sprinkle any remaining herbs and seasonings left in the bowl over top.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Pull out the largest biscuit segment and tear in half to make sure it’s cooked through and no longer doughy in the center. If it’s still not cooked all the way, place the segment back in the dish and cover with foil, baking for 5 minutes longer.
  6. Brush the tops with the remaining melted butter and serve.
  7. Enjoy!

Looking for a main dish? Try one of these recipes!

Asparagus & Romanesco Fettucine Alfredo
Baked Ricotta Chicken Primavera
Lasagna Stuffed Peppers

Published by ashsinthekitchen

Home cook, gardener and lover of life!

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