Garlic Butter Breadsticks

Happy Mother’s Day to all you fabulous Moms and “mother-t0-be”s!

I love this holiday because it helps me to focus on my amazing mother as well as my cute kids who made me a mother.  Moms have a special place in their children’s hearts.  My mom has been such an influence for good in my life and I am so incredible grateful for her.  She has taught me so many qualities through her example and has been such a rock in my life.  Going through the recent trial with my husband, my mother really stepped up to the plate and basically took over being the mom of my 2 sweet kids for a month so I could be at the hospital with my husband and still was there for me because, truth be told, I needed my mom more than ever.  I can never thank her enough for the loads of laundry she folded, the countless rooms she picked up, the hugs she has freely given, the many tears she has wiped away, the laughs, the example she has led, and the standards she has set.  So to all you fabulous mothers out there who are making differences in your children’s lives everyday, Happy Mother’s Day!

Remember my post on Spinach Stromboli a few days back, and how I told you there was a recipe coming about what you could do with your extra dough?… well, this is it!  These breadsticks were absolutely wonderful!

Garlic Butter Breadsticks


By Chef in Training May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day to all you fabulous Moms and "mother-t0-be"s! I love this holiday because it helps me to focus on my amazing …


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  1. Preheat your baking Stone to 500. Melt butter and stir in garlic powder, salt and parsley. Spread over dough. Bake 8-10 minutes. Top with your choice of cheese and place back in the oven until cheese is melted.



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  1. 1

    These look so good too, I love all your wonderful recipes!

  2. 2

    I made these and they were wonderful! Thanks for the great recipes!

  3. 3
    Melissa H. says:

    Found you on tipjunkie! I will be making these tomorrow. Thanks.

  4. 4

    Can I do this in a regular oven? If so what temp/how long?