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Irresistible Garlic Butter Herb Toast

I have trying to practice mindful eating (low carbos). However, indulging in the simple pleasure of toasted bread is a joy that many can relate to. What makes it even better? Smearing it with a sinful combination of unsalted butter, garlic, and Italian herbs. Today, I'm excited to share a delightful recipe that I stumbled upon in my quest for the perfect toast. Brace yourself for an explosion of flavors as we create the irresistibly delicious Garlic Butter Herb Toast! Ingredients: 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened (1 stick of butter) 2 tsp minced garlic 1 tbsp dried Italian herbs 1 loaf of Italian bread Instructions: Preheat the Oven: Begin by preheating your oven to 350 degrees, setting the stage for the aromatic symphony that is about to unfold. Prepare the Butter Mixture: In a small bowl, combine the softened butter, minced garlic, and dried Italian herbs. Mash the ingredients together until a harmonious blend is achieved. Slice the Italian Bread: Take the loaf of Italian bread and carefully slice it lengthwise, creating the canvas for our flavorful masterpiece. Spread the Butter Mixture: Evenly spread the luscious butter mixture over both halves of the sliced bread. This step is where the magic happens, as each layer gets coated with the richness of butter, the kick of garlic, and the essence of Italian herbs. Bake to Perfection: Place the buttered bread on a cookie sheet and let it bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes. This short stint in the heat will transform the ingredients into a golden symphony of taste and texture. Adjusting the Flavors: The result is a buttery delight, but if you find the herbs a bit overwhelming, consider adjusting the recipe. I recommend reducing the amount of dried Italian herbs to half a tablespoon and increasing the garlic for a more personalized flavor profile. The aroma wafting from your kitchen as this Garlic Butter Herb Toast bakes is enough to make your taste buds dance with anticipation. Perfect for a lazy brunch or as an accompaniment to your favorite pasta dish, this recipe is a testament to the simple joys of savoring life, one delicious bite at a time. So, go ahead, embrace the decadence, and treat yourself to a slice of pure indulgence! ...

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