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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Pull Apart Garlic Bread

Pull Apart Garlic Bread - doctored up Sister Schubert rolls - these are SO good. We almost ate the whole pan! HIGHLY addictive - you've been warned!

These rolls should come with a warning! They are SOOOO good! We both took one bite and knew we were in trouble. We ate way too many of these.

The pull aparts start with a pan of Sister Schubert rolls. Sister Schubert rolls are my absolute favorite rolls. I could eat an entire pan by myself. I don't, but I could. I just love them. The garlic butter and parmesan cheese on top of the rolls really makes them out-of-this-world delicious!

I used Johnny's Garlic Bread Seasoning in this recipe. I bought a big jar of it at Costco. It tastes great! If you can't find Johnny's, any brand of garlic bread seasoning will work great. Just make these rolls! If you like garlic bread, you will love these Pull Apart Garlic Bread. It is the perfect accompaniment to any meal!

Pull Apart Garlic Bread - doctored up Sister Schubert rolls - these are SO good. We almost ate the whole pan! HIGHLY addictive - you've been warned!



Pull Apart Garlic Bread
(Printable Recipe)


  • 1 pan frozen Sister Schubert dinner rolls, thawed
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 1 Tbsp garlic bread seasoning
  • 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese, divided

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Using a serrated knife, cut rolls in half. Place rolls, cut side up, on baking sheet.

Combine butter, garlic bread seasoning and 1 Tbsp Parmesan cheese. Spread on top of rolls. Top rolls with remaining cheese.

Bake for 15-20 minutes, until edges start to brown.

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16 comments:

  1. Which Sister Schubert rolls are these? When you say pan it makes me think of the Parker House rolls. I use several types of their rolls.... Love the yeast dinner rolls to make small pizzas. A bit of work but YUM!

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  2. As I have not heard of this brand, are they cooked or raw dough? Thanks, Steph!

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    1. They are cooked and frozen - just need to be heated up

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  3. Did you use the same pan the rolls came in? You say to put on baking sheet...all my baking sheets are retangle and your picture is round. I am confused.

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    1. I used a regular rectangular baking sheet.

      The rolls come already baked and frozen in a round pan. I didn't reuse the pan the rolls came in.

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  4. Did u bake the rolls in the pan they came in though. And just place it on the cookie sheet? So it kept the circle shape?

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    1. On a cookie sheet - they keep their shape when baked. The rolls are already baked, you are just heating them up on the cookie sheets.

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  5. I'm wondering if the confusion might be from the picture. Is the picture of just one roll, or is it the entire finished batch of rolls?

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    1. the top photo is one roll - the bottom photo is one half of the finished loaf of rolls

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  6. they look divine. but is confusing. Did you split the round and make two rounds on a baking sheet to
    spread with the mixture?

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  7. That would be perfect with some spaghetti or lasagna. I love Sister Schubert's rolls, too. I even have 2 of her cookbooks. Did you know that she is from Alabama?

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  8. I think I see what u did. U took the loaf out of the pan it came in. Turned it on its side and cut it into 2, then put 1 half onto the cookie sheet cut side up, not in the original pan. Because it will hold its original shape. :-)

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    1. Yes - I baked both halves on the cookie sheet, but only photographed one.

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  9. Looks SO yummy! We don't have those rolls here in Canada. Would a Pillsbury version work?

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