I remember a couple weeks ago a friend on Facebook told me about this recipe – no measurements just the general concept and I could not wait to try it.
I guess you guys do not know my love of recipes that have only a couple ingredients that I can throw together and have a dish done by the time Parks and Recreation is over
Oh and I was so excited to use a couple of my antique plates – the platter you see in the picture above is over 110 years old from England and I snagged it for $8.50 ( if it makes you feel any better my family has already heard this story 3 times already)
As you can see I am not cooking at my parent’s house this week — well there is a good reason for that…. It has been snowing, snowing and more snowing
So I had to get a little creative with some of my recipes since I could not go to the store more than once ( good thing I already had the bread on hand )
At least my cat Watson enjoyed the snow
This Cat…. Seriously the most photogenic cat.
I really love how this loaf turned out – seriously took only a few minutes to make and it was PERFECT with some pasta I made 🙂 My husband ate the whole french loaf over the course of a day — sigh.
I really hope you enjoy and make the recipe – the final cost was about $2 and I will be making it again and again.
Seriously my husband is asking for me to make it again… this boy and his carbs.
Love You Guys!
Ranch French Bread Recipe
- 1 French Loaf
- ½ Package of Ranch Dressing ( dry)
- ½ stick of butter, melted
- Turn on broiler in your oven and line a cookie sheet with parchment
- Cut the loaf lengthwise and brush butter on each half
- Sprinkle the dressing evenly
- Place loafs on the parchment paper and place in the oven
- It will be done in about 3 minutes. The bread can burn fast if you are not careful