Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Bacon Cheddar Ranch Pull Apart Bread

 

Bacon. Cheddar. Ranch.... Need I say more??? This is dangerously good.  Bacon Cheddar Ranch Pull Apart Bread is insanely addictively delish!   It doesn't get much easier or cheesier than pull apart bread recipe.  Cut it, stuff it, bake it, eat it.  

The flavor combinations are endless.  I decided to try some of my favorite flavors combined together.  Close, but no, it's not bacon, cheese and beer.  But that sounds delicious!  Bacon, cheddar and ranch pull apart bread brings together a fabulous flavor combination and loads of ooey gooey cheese.
Bacon, Cheddar and Ranch are a winning combination.  Every time I serve this bread it disappears.  You are going to love this.  Be sure that you don't make this when you are home alone.  I can not guarantee that there will be any left.  Its that good!

Dinner's Ready!

With love from our kitchen table to yours!  XO

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Bacon Cheddar Beer Bread: flavorful, delicious and ready to bake before the oven is preheated. Enough said!
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Bacon Cheddar Ranch Pull Apart Bread
1 loaf of Italian Bread
8 ounces shredded Mexican cheese blend
16 ounces crisp cooked bacon, diced
½ cup unsalted butter, melted
1 tablespoon Hidden Valley Ranch dry dressing mix

Preheat oven to 350°F.  Prepare 2 sheets of aluminum foil to wrap bread in, overlap the foil so the bread will be completely covered.

On a cutting board, slice bread in 3/4-inch intervals, being careful to not cut all the way through. Cut again, crosswise, not cutting all the way through.

Slide bread onto foil and stuff cheese between all cuts: sprinkle with bacon.  Mix melted butter and ranch mix, with a fork, and drizzle over top of bread evenly.

Wrap foil around bread snuggly and bake for 15 minutes; uncover and bake 10 minutes more. Serve hot.  Enjoy!

Adapted from Sargento

30 comments:

  1. I just want to eat this whole page. I'm not kidding.

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    1. I know how you feel. I was not hungry when I started looking. Now I am starved to death!!!

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  2. Lol, I totally agree with Sweet and Savory Eats! Nom, nom. I am so making the bread in the first picture. A-MAZ-ING. Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.
    Michelle

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  3. Donna, Donna, Donna. Why oh why can't I come over and watch a game with you? I won't even ask for one of your beautiful drinks - a beer will do. All these dishes look out of this world delicious! You must be everyone's favorite house to come to. Yum!!!!!

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  4. Wow wow wow. All of these look over-the-top tasty, but that bread is making me drool. Going to need an excuse to make that - and NOT when I'm home alone!

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  5. I have seen a few variations of this in the past month or so and every single one made me want to jump into the screen. It is such a flexible platform for any kind of flavors, isn't it?

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  6. I have a friend that brought over the mushroom/Swiss version of the pull apart bread. I was just outstanding. I can't wait to give this version a try.

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  7. I lick and lick and lick the screen and yet no satisfaction comes.

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  8. Oh, Pull Apart Bread is common in Italy !! I saw other version and both look delicious !! Will try it one day when I bake an Italian bread first !! How nice if I'm still staying in Paris with my daughter and family, so that I can use the Baguette or any hard crust bread to make this pull bread. Thanks for sharing and will always pop in to check other recipes as today is my 1st time popped into your blog !! Have to go as my banana cake is time to come out from the oven !! ( home planted bananas )

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  9. Hi! I just wanted to let you know I am including this in a 35 Christmas party appetizers and drinks collection over at Mommy's Sweet Confessions. Thank you!

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  10. I cant see the recipe for this.tried clicking on the pic..just the pic ,,help

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    1. It shows up after all the pictures on my page. Just scroll down past the pictures.

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    2. It shows up after all the pictures. Just scroll down past the pictures.

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  11. I cant see the recipe ,how to make this..I click on pic and just get the pic,,help please

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    1. I added a link to the printable recipe at the top of the page. Hope that helps!
      XOXO Donna

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  12. I don't understand how the bread is cut. Sorry I'm just a teenage guy & don't cook but it looks great. Anyways, how do you even go about cutting this? Cut the middle of the bread, or leave in between. Anyways, 1 picture more of the bread cut would be helpful for newbie me. :)

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    1. Thank you for the comment Joshua! I have another bread planned this fall and will include a shot of cutting the bread.

      Try starting at the top, cut diagonally every 1 inch all the way to the end of the bread. Then, start back at the top cutting the opposite diagonal until the entire loaf is cut. Hope that helps!

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  13. big big hit with my family....I was queen for the half day.

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  14. I did that just some days ago, and it was great!

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  15. Donna I am not a fan of ranch what about a packet of Italian seasoning instead?

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  16. I saw this recipe on another blog, TheCountryCook.net, posted a few months before yours, & I've made it twice already. Brandie used a sourdough bread and DOUBLE the cheese. I always wanted to try it with an Italian bread, but I never thought that the store-bought Italian loaf was sturdy enough. I guess if I can find a good loaf in a store before I actually have the chance to bake a loaf, I'll try the recipe with that for a little different flavor (I know that to some people, bread is bread, but I find the little differences in EVERYTHING... ESPECIALLY FOOD!). Thanks!

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  17. Delicious!!! Thanks alot Donna!

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  18. Made this yesterday too!!!!! I've got everyone craving another loaf - and it's only 9:30 am!

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