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Thursday, September 14, 2023

Toasted Onion Olive Cheese Bread

Toasted Onion Olive Cheese Bread will be the new finger food you'll fall in love with!
And with just 6 ingredients it's incredibly easy to make.

This post is sponsored by AE Dairy, but all opinions are my own.

Collage of slices of toasted onion cheese bread. A hand holding a slice with AE Dairy dip in the background.

One of my favorite times of year is right now - mid September - we are on the cusp of some great Fall weather and our dinners are becoming cozier. On the weekends many of us enjoy a fun, local Friday night football game, plus another of the college variety on Saturday.

And with all that game watching comes great food!

Whether you are a football fan or not, I think we can all agree that most enjoy great finger foods and hanging with friends and family. It's the best time of year for dips and snacks!

French bread, green onions, AE Dairy dip, cheese and olives on parchment paper on a baking sheet.

My partnership with AE Dairy continues this month and we wanted to feature their popular dips since we are in the prime of tailgating season. AE Dairy's dips have been around for years and if you know them you love them.

And over the years I've made my share of garlic breads and finger style "toasts" that are great for parties. We both loved the idea of this cheesy olive bread because it's a bit unique yet extremely easy to make with minimal ingredients.

It's cheesy, tangy, salty and GOOD!

A mixing bowl of the dip next to a loaf of French Bread and AE Dairy dip.

A simple mix of AE Dairy's Toasted Onion dip (with the flavor of tangy sour cream and crisp onion), green onions, cheddar cheese, black olives and green olives get slathered on two pieces of French bread and then broiled to melty perfection.

That's it!

That combination of tangy and salty olives gets toned down with the sour cream dip and cheddar cheese and together give the bread the ultimate topper.

Olive Cheese Bread cut into slices on a wooden cutting board.

This bread is great straight out of the oven all hot and bubbly but it is also great at room temperature on a grazing board of gameday treats.

It's the perfect appetizer to pair along anything heartier like a meatball or anything sweet like fresh fruit. It compliments both sides!

That first bite is an explosion of salty and creamy - and olive lovers will flock to the recipe. The AE Dairy dip gives the topping a creamy base.

Hand holding a slice of olive cheese bread with more in the background on a wooden cutting board.

Just 6 ingredients and 4-5 minutes under the broiler (make sure to not walk away!) is all you need for this party appetizer. You friends and family will love this one at first bite.

This is such a fun one. Once you make it be sure to leave a star rating review below. I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Thank you to AE Dairy for sponsoring this post.

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