The hubby and I are now addicted to this Garlic Jalapeno Pull Apart Loaf Recipe. There is nothing better than jalapenos, bacon, cheese and garlic. YUM! YUM! Last week we were roaming thru the marked down bakery items while grocery shopping (it’s our favorite area at Kroger, ha ha). We both spotted a marked down Sour Dough Loaf and immediately wanted to snag it up. We knew we wanted to score the sour dough loaf on the cheap and create something yummy with it. Sitting next to the sour dough loaf was a bakery made Jalapeno Loaf that was not marked down nearly enough but a Jalapeno loaf sounded tasty.
Garlic Jalapeno Pull Apart Loaf Recipe
We purchased our marked down loaf and brought it home to create our own Jalapeno Loaf. Ours was much better than the store bought version. We sliced our loaf up and lathered it down with garlic, jalapenos, bacon and of course cheese.
We tossed a jar of Queso Dip that we had in the pantry into the microwave and we had what we thought was an evening appetizer. This Jalapeno Pull Apart Loaf Recipe was so tasty that both of us consumed so much that I know longer had to make us dinner, ha ha! Yup… it was that tasty and filling.
Grab yourself a loaf of bread (hopefully you can score one from your marked down bakery area) and loaded it up with some of your favorite toppings. The bacon, jalapenos and cheese are now a favorite for us.
2 oval or 1 large square loaves Sourdough Bread
3 cup shredded Cheddar and/or Jack Cheese
1/4 cup Jalapeno slices
1/4 cup Bacon Pieces
1/2 cup Butter
1 tbsp Minced Garlic
1/2 tsp Cumin
Preheat oven to 400.
Slice each loaf into 2″ thick slices, BUT DO NOT CUT ALL THE WAY THROUGH.
Now do the same in the opposite direction.
Place loaf on piece of aluminum foil large enough to enclose loaf.
stuff all of the cut crevices with cheese.
Spread jalapenos and bacon over loaves.
Melt butter and stir in garlic and cumin.
Brush or drizzle butter mixture over loaves.
Wrap foil up to enclose loaf.
Place on Baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted and bread is lightly brown.
Serve with Queso dip.