How to Make Garlic Toast

How to Make Delicious Garlic Toast

Here's an oh, so simple way to turn leftover French or Italian bread into delicious garlic and herb-seasoned toast to go with your pasta meal or to complement soup or a dinner salad. All you need is the leftover bread, some softened butter, and the right seasoning.

Tonight, I chose Garlic and Herb Seasoning from Kaina's Spices for Less. The result? An exceptionally flavorful, slightly spicy, delicious toast that tasted great with our homemade gumbo.

This is a method more than a recipe. Vary both the bread and the seasonings according to your family's preferences. Use less seasoning for the kiddos.

How to Make Garlic Toast

Leftover French or Italian bread (or use fresh bread), two to three slices per person
Softened butter
Garlic and herb seasoning 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 
Using a bread knife, slice bread into 1-inch slices. Arrange on a non-greased baking sheet.
Spread each slice generously with softened butter.  
Sprinkle with the seasoning. Be generous. 
Place the baking sheet in the oven. Set the timer for 5 minutes. 
Check the toast after 5 minutes. If you want it a little browner or crisper, leave it in for a minute or two more. For extra-toasty, turn the slices over and toast for a minute more.
Remove from the oven and serve hot. 

Enjoy your delicious garlic toast!

P.S.  Kaina's Spices For Less sells high-quality, freshly packaged, very affordable herbs and spices. I'll be writing more about them as I try more of the varieties that I've ordered. So far, I am truly impressed!


  1. Oh Susan, Nothing I like better with my pasta than garlic toast, I'll have to try this seasoning Thanks for another great one :)

    1. Thanks so much, Sam. Always appreciate your visits! Hope you do get a chance to try the seasoning. It's really, really tasty!


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