Cheesy Ranch Crack Bread

Cheesy Ranch Crack Bread

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The name of this Cheesy Ranch Crack Bread recipe pretty much speaks for itself. The amazingly addictive ingredients in this delicious bread recipe include cheddar cheese, bacon bits and Ranch dressing, so you can imagine how easy it is to get hooked on a dish like this. Great to serve at parties or potlucks, this cheesy pull apart bread recipe is always a hit with the crowd. We've never met anyone who didn't like this recipe for Crack Bread, so why not give it a shot tonight?

Cooking Time25 min

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This sounds and looks amazing. Can't wait to give it a go.

I love these slice-and-stuff types of breads. They're open to all sorts of experiments and variations. I like this version a lot. I tried it with a sourdough rye I got from our local Kroger and it worked very well. It's a great item to serve with some beer and everyone enjoyed it thoroughly. I might try adding some ham the next time I make this, plus adding a bit of swiss cheese to the cheddar in the recipe.

This is such a great dish to make for a party or holiday because your guests will think you did so much work when really you just used some kinda stale bread to make a quick and easy appetizer! My personal preference would be to make some real bacon and crumble it for the bread but the bacon bits work just fine, too.

How have I missed out on a collection of recipes with ranch dressing? This Cheesy bacon and ranch bread looks and sounds good! I think I'll add it to my appetizers for Christmas Eve list. It seems really easy and addicting, of course. Great idea by reviewer below to make a smaller version for less servings!

use a hard roll to make a serving for 1 or 2 people w/supper and cut other ingred.

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