Lots of foodie posts this week!
I have a TON of garlic I need to use
before my pantry turns into a garlic garden.
In fact, here’s just the beginning of my
mini garlic garden.

I lopped off the top and greased her down..
With this:
In this PC oil sprayer:

Just about 10 pumps:
Next, I popped them in the toaster oven
 (I’m using my regular oven for something else…
you’re probably not surprised by this).

Set on 300 for about 40 minutes.
Look at this golden, garlicky heaven!

I just love nature’s way of cramming garlic cloves
together in one little package.
I took out the centers,
mashed them with salt and butter,
and rubbed them on some crusty bread for
THE most delicious garlic bread.
I have some more left over.
It’s gonna be tossed with some
steamed veggies with dinner.
There’s just NOTHING like the flavor of roasted garlic!

21 Responses

  1. I've never tried roasting my own garlic. I think I'm a gourmet chef if I use the stuff from the refridgerated bottle, and not garlic salt…..so….this has definitely set forth a challenge for me. I'm going to try out this strategy soon! Thanks for sharing this tip. :O)

  2. Your pictures are wonderful…I agree and it's making me hungry!
    I make an h'or doevre with roasted garlic that's always a hit. Roast 2 heads of garlic and bake up some chevre cheese covered in breadcrumbs. Serve w/ toasted slices of baguette and apples and pears. The garlic/cheese/fruit combo is amazing and it's good on the bread too.


  3. Ooo, yum. This post is motivation to get some bread going for dinner tonight. 🙂 My inlaws gave me a little electric garlic roaster a few years ago and it's the handiest little unitasker I have. 🙂 Great pics and I love your blog! I'm here from New Friend Friday and am a follower now!

  4. yummy can't wait to try

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