Garlic Lovers Bread Sticks Premium PD Recipe

Garlic Bread Sticks - ©

Enjoy soup, salad and fresh baked bread sticks Protective Diet Style. Perfectly soft whole grain garlic bread sticks that are easy to make and dip in PD Pizza Sauce, accompany PD Minestrone Soup or to enjoy with a big salad tossed with PD Zesty Italian Dressing. I’ve created a simple way to keep bread sticks soft without adding white refined flour, isolated gluten, eggs, or oil. Now your soup and salad will feel like a complete meal with these warm sticks of garlic bread greatness.

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Comments (6)

  1. posted by huclkengirl on November 5, 2014

    Ummmmmm THANK YOU! These are freaking amazing! I get to eat bread sticks and still be healthy! YUM!

  2. posted by Jmglackin on December 22, 2014

    I have always loved to cook, but before PD I was very intimidated by bread and dough recipes. Thank you so much for making it so simple! I love love love these bread sticks, and my 7 year old daughter does too. If I hadn’t made them myself, I would have sworn they were baked with garlic butter!

  3. posted by lynsul on October 15, 2015

    Made these today to eat with bean soup….delicious! So easy too. I’ll be making these lots this winter to help my soup go down! Thanks Julie.

  4. posted by Stephen on November 2, 2015

    This was the second time I had attempted the bread sticks, the first being last week and I was disappointed in how they turned out. No fault of Julie’s or the recipe but I have not had good luck baking any form of bread. I know temperatures and yeast can be temperamental. This time around I seemed to have struck gold with the bread sticks and was amazed at how they come out.

    Following the directions I added the water, apple sauce and yeast together. I was a bit disappointed to not see any bubbles. but the consistency of the wet ingredients changed, which told me something was occurring. I mixed the flour with the salt and then added the wet together and mixed.

    I understand dough needs time to rise and I probably don’t let mine rise long enough, but this time around I had 60 minutes and the dough did just that. At that point I knew the sticks were going to come out very good.

    I quickly mixed up the garlic topping, which I actually needed more of as I ran out before cover all 10 bread sticks. I might make a bit more next time I use this recipe, as some of the sticks were a bit light on garlic topping.

    These sticks went in the oven to bake, as I just let my Cream of Celery soup simmer on low. Once the timer went off I was amazed to see my bread stick had risen! I was so happy and let them cool down just a bit before sharing them with my son and wife, both who loved them.

    This is another recipe that will quickly become a dinner favorite, especially with soups. Thanks for the effort Julie!

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 2, 2015

      It is my pleasure! Thank you for posting your honest reviews. They will inspire many to keep trying and make these awesome GARLIC bread sticks! Jerry and I are thrilled you are cooking for your family and that they are excited about what you are making. Posts like this inspire me to create more familiar recipe remakes. Thanks Stephen!

  5. posted by Barbara Blazek on October 10, 2017

    My first PD bread recipe with yeast and it is a great success, even next morning! Great flavor and texture. It was easy to make as well. Thank you Julie!

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