Want the easiest and best side dish? These Garlic Knots are super simple, flavorful and perfect for any meal! Minimal ingredients make this a hit.
We are all about easy recipes when it comes to this household. A lot of the time we are low on time with all the kids having so many different things going on at once.
I have to admit, I am a huge carb lover. But I mean who isn’t. It’s soooooo comforting. There is something about bread that just makes me want to eat it all.
These Garlic Knots are one of my kids favorite recipes and always go over well when we make them for dinner along side our homemade spaghetti sauce or even our Pasta e Fagioli soup. Seriously, its one of those sides that go well with just about anything.
This Garlic Knot recipe whips up so quickly you would be amazed. People think that you would spend hours creating these cute little bread knots when in reality, you spend literally 20 minutes on the whole recipe.
WHAT INGREDIENTS DO YOU NEED?
Canned buttermilk biscuits
6 ingredients! I mean how can you go wrong with that. Usually these are ingredients that are always in our pantry so we are able to whip up garlic knots whenever we want, and let me tell you…its quite often.
Now I have never been the person to like the flavor of canned biscuits or crescent rolls. I don’t know why I’ve always been so tuned off by them, but its been like that since I was a kid.
But if you are able to spice up the recipe a little bit and give it a little extra enhanced flavor then I turn into a lover of all sorts!
Some of my other favorite doctored up canned biscuit recipes are:
In reality there are so many different ways that you can incorporate canned biscuits into your dining experience but these Garlic Knots have to be at the top of my list of favorite ways to use them.
My kids love helping make these because they get to tie each of the biscuits into knots so to speak and any way that they can use their hands to be creative they are all for it.
One good thing is that you only need 1 8 count can of biscuits but the recipe will make 16! So you literally get double of what you would normally just baking these and they aren’t tiny in the slightest.
These Easy Garlic Knots bake up so fluffy and soft that they are easily addicting for young and old. Usually when I make them or bring them anywhere there are none left whatsoever. Which is probably a good thing because if someone else didn’t eat them I would.
HOW DO YOU MAKE GARLIC KOTS?
Preheat oven to 400.
Spray a large baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray, set aside.
Cut each biscuit in half and roll each half into a longer strand about 6″-8′ in length.
Tie each strand Ito a knot and tuck ends gently underneath.
Lay garlic knots on prepared baking sheet and set aside.
In small bowl whisk together melted butter, parmesan, oregano, parsley and garlic powder until combined.
Brush a little but of the butter mixture over each knot and bake in oven for about 10 minutes until browned.
Remove from oven and immediately Bruch with remaining butter mixture
See how simple that is! If you have kids and want to get them in the kitchen then this is the recipe to have them help you with. They will absolutely love it.
Perfect for your pasta night, soup night, holidays or just because you want a little change in your bread game. These Garlic Knots recipe is one that you’ll want to give a try.
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- 1 8 count can buttermilk biscuits
- 4 Tbs butter melted
- 2 Tbs parmesan cheese
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp dried oregano
- 1/2 tso dried parsley
- Preheat oven to 400.
- Spray a large baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray, set aside.
- Cut each biscuit in half and roll each half into a longer strand about 6"-8' in length.
- Tie each strand Ito a knot and tuck ends gently underneath.
- Lay garlic knots on prepared baking sheet and set aside.
- In small bowl whisk together melted butter, parmesan, garlic powder, oregano and parsley until combined.
- Brush a little but of the butter mixture over each knot and bake in oven for about 10 minutes until browned.
- Remove from oven and immediately Bruch with remaining butter mixture
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