My family loves this recipe! Ooh, it is so tasty and it is pretty simple as well, that is a win win, right?
This is a very thin garlic "bread" but trust me, you have GOT to try it.
First, I must say I thoroughly enjoy using my food processor. It is one of my must have kitchen servants! You can make this recipe without one, you just mix everything by hand and it doesn't get as smooth, but it most definitely works. I have done it. You start by putting cream cheese and eggs in the food processor and blending that well. Then add cream, parmesan chees, garlic powder and shredded cheese (I used colby jack because that is what I had) and blend again. Then pour into your greased pan.
You get a liquidy substance that looks like this when poured into an 11x17 jelly pan. Have I ever mentioned how much I love my stoneware? Oh, well, I do!!
You then bake this for 20 minutes at 350*, until lightly browned. I usually spread a little butter over it but it isn't necessary at all. Tonight I had some garlic butter left over from my lasagna so I used that, yummy!
Here is the finished pan of yumminess. I really hope you try this and let me know what you think.
Here is the complete recipe:
4oz of cream cheese
1/3 cup of heavy cream (I skim the cream off of our raw milk)
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp garlic powder (or use real garlic)
8 oz of shredded cheese - I use whatever I have on hand, but mozzarella works wonderfully
Preheat oven to 350* and spray an 11x17 jelly roll pan with nonstick spray. Put eggs and cream cheese in your food processor and blend well. Then add the rest of the ingredients and blend again. It is ok to have bits of cheese, it will melt. It will be pretty runny, that is normal. Pour this mixture into your greased pan and bake for 20 minutes, until golden brown. You can brush melted butter over the top after it is baked, but you really don't have to.
*If you do not have a food processor, you can mix by hand. Let the cream cheese soften first, then mix with eggs using a whisk. Then add the rest of the ingredients and stir.