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Claim Jumper Garlic Cheese Bread Copycat Recipe
Claim Jumper Garlic Cheese Bread
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Bread
Calories: 210
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Recipe Rating: 5.0 (4 reviews)

Claim Jumper restaurants may only be found in the West, but the chain can claim national recognition for its delicious garlic cheese bread and toast. That's because you can find boxed loaves of the stuff ready for baking in the frozen food section of your well-stocked local supermarket. The recipe is such a simple one though, that it doesn't take much longer to make the cheesy goodness from scratch, and you save a few shekels to boot. Plus, it's nice to use fresh bread—your choice of either Texas toast or your favorite French loaf. The restaurant serves the Texas toast version, and the supermarket version is a French loaf. All you have to do for a clone is mix together a few basic ingredients, spread it generously on the bread of your choice, and pop it in the oven.

Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

1/2 cup butter
Top of the line!
Submitted on: 04/15/17
Excellent, however, the butter must be at room temp to make a spread. My raved over this hack. Great job, Todd
Submitted on: 03/24/08
this is the best ever. Never eaten Claim Jumpers, but my husband absolutely loves this. I use a loaf of french bread.
Submitted on: 04/18/06
This was very good. We used the Texas toast bread and it made about 6 slices. It was SO good though. This is a must try!! Thanks- K
Submitted on: 01/12/06
This is downright tasty stuff. Best bread I have ever had.