Week 13: Garlic Parmesan Pull Apart Bread

Garlic Bread

I’ve shared so many main dishes in this series, but today I’m sharing a side dish that is probably my new favorite recipe. Did you know you can make bread in a crockpot? I DIDN’T! 

This Garlic Parmesan Pull Apart Bread is kind of like monkey bread but it’s savory and DELICIOUS. I made that marinara meat sauce and dip, dip, dipped the bread in the sauce. Forget the pasta, that’s all I need in life. It was so good. I could see this being a quick and easy side dish for dinner or also serving as an appetizer for when friends come over. 


  • Pillsbury Grand Biscuits
  • 1 stick of butter, melted
  • 1/c cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp garlic salt
  • 2 tsp dried basil


  1. Spray the inside of the crockpot with non-stick spray
  2. Melt butter in the microwave
  3. Combine parmesan cheese, garlic powder, garlic salt and dried basil in a ziploc bag (gallon size)
  4. Cut each biscuit into six small pieces
  5. Dip each piece in melted butter and put in ziploc bag of seasoning
  6. Once all pieces are in the ziploc bag, close it securely and shake and move around the biscuit pieces making sure to evenly coat them with the seasonings
  7. Layer the bottom of the crockpot with the biscuit pieces- they should be touching and squished into the crockpot
  8. Cook on LOW for 2 hours- keep an eye on the edges as they may burn as you get close to the 2 hour mark
  9. Turn crockpot bowl upside down to remove the garlic bread onto a baking sheet/cutting board and then flip back over. 
  10. Enjoy!



 Previous Posts:

Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs //  Granola // Stuffed Shells  // Superbowl Chili // Chex Mix // Chocolate Fondue // Chicken Tortellini // Pasta Fagioli // Chicken and Dumplings // Marinara Meat Sauce // Chicken Enchilada Soup // Italian Chicken //



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  • http://www.apaperarrow.com Kayla Whitter

    This sounds so yummy (I’m imagining it tasting like the garlic knots from Johnny’s New York Style Pizza, if you’ve ever had those), and SO EASY! I will definitely be making soon.

    • Megan

      I haven’t- but now I need to try them and compare! They were about as thick as Olive Garden breadsticks and perfect little bite sizes!

      • http://www.apaperarrow.com Kayla Whitter

        I can’t wait to try them!

  • http://lifeweimagined.blogspot.com Laura Powell

    I never even thought to make bread in a crockpot! This is a great recipe and I can’t wait to try it!

    • Megan

      RIGHT?! I’m going to try a rosemary loaf as well. Fingers crossed it turns out as well as this did!

  • rosemary k

    today is the best sort of day for this! i want to make these and cuddle up on the couch for the rest of the night.

    • Megan

      Yes girl! With a pot of homemade pasta sauce to dip these in.. sooo good!

  • Ashley

    Oh heck yeah I need to try this and all of your crock pot recipes. I’m a newbie and gotta find some good stuff!

    • Megan

      They are soooo easy to use and the recipes I’ve been sharing are delicious. I also love that you can get multiple servings out of crockpot meals. I eat them all week or freeze them.

  • http://ohhey-ilikethat.com Lauren

    Omg this looks AMAZING!!!!!

  • http://kyleandjensmith.blogspot.com/ Jen

    Oh my! Yum! I’ve always seen recipes like this but was unsure how they would be. I’m definitely going to try it.

  • Anna Elizabeth Events

    Oh my gosh, this is my favorite. Every time someone brings this dish to a party I literally cannot help myself from eating the WHOLE thing. Oops. 😉

    xo Anna Elizabeth

  • http://www.thefreeandwildblog.com Annie

    UGH YUM. If there was a magic pill for gluten, I would be making this SO FAST