When you are short on time and wonder why in the world you NEVER thought of something like this sooner – easy pizza garlic bread!

Ingredients I had:

– Texas Garlic Toast

– Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauce

– Mild cheddar finely shredded cheese

– I didn’t have any pizza toppings in the house, and the kids just like cheese pizza, so I kept it plain. This definitely isn’t something we will make frequently, but it’s an easy meal.

Sorry! These were devoured quickly, so I’ll have to take an after picture next time we make these.

Every ingredient was placed on the garlic bread prior to cooking, and I simply placed it in the oven according to the instruction time (and heating) for the garlic bread.

UPDATE:

Finally, it was time to make these again. I needed a fast, easy lunch idea. (Don’t worry – veggies were already in our mid-morning snack and served with this pizza bread, too!)

Ingredients (this time):

– Texas Garlic Toast

– Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauce

– Mozzarella (Italian Style)

– Pepperoni (only on half)

– Shredded Cheddar

– Oregano

– Basil

– Seasoned salt

Directions:

Preheat oven to 425 F. I used a baking sheet. Add all of the toppings and bake for 5 – 8 minutes.

Again, every ingredient was placed on the garlic bread prior to cooking, and I simply placed it in the oven according to the instruction time (and heating) for the garlic bread.

They were even better this time!

Enjoy!

3 Replies to “Easy Pizza Garlic Bread”

  1. Did you cook the garlic toast first before putting the other toppings on? Or did you just place on sheet frozen, add ingredients and then bake as instructed? Thank you!

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