Easy garlic parmesan breadsticks made with Pillsbury breadstick dough, grated parmesan cheese, garlic and parsley.
Next week my oldest turns ten. TEN! How is that possible? Every memory of his early years flashed before me this week. From those late nights trying to figure out what I was doing at 3am with a tiny baby to those toddler days when he loved running up and down the mall, faster than I could keep up. I can’t even get him to go to the mall with me these days, shopping is among his least favorite thing to do. As Halloween approaches, his birthday, I look back and wonder if I’ve done everything I could as a mother. I remember when he turned 5 I couldn’t believe how quickly time had passed. Five years later all of those thoughts are back and the idea of him going away to college in 8 is almost suffocating. I have such a hard time thinking of my children growing up, I’m sure I’m not alone in this.
Being born on Halloween is hard, it’s difficult to give him undivided attention that day with siblings. He’s such a great kid though, he understands. So for the last week I’ve been trying to make all of his favorite foods and playing all of his favorite games on family nights. One of them being breadsticks. This kid loves breadsticks! His favorite are Garlic Parmesan Breadsticks.
This is a semi-homemade recipe that I’ve been making for years using Pillsbury breadsticks. The Pillsbury breadsticks are convenient on weeknights when we’re usually pressed for time. To make them I use a garlic parmesan topping with melted butter and parsley. It’s simple but one of my kid’s favorite! To make them simply pull apart the breadstick dough and add the parmesan on top or twist the breadsticks first then add the topping.
Garlic Parmesan Breadsticks
- Pillsbury Original Breadsticks
- 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- 1/4 tsp garlic powder
- 2 tbsp butter melted
- 1 tsp parsley
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Separate breadsticks and place on ungreased baking sheet.
- Combine parmesan cheese and garlic powder in small bowl. Chop parsley.
- Brush breadsticks with melted butter. Sprinkle cheese and parsley on top. If adding cheese before twisting, lightly press cheese and parsley down to help the cheese stay in place when your twist the breadsticks.
- Twist breadsticks; bake for 10-13 minutes or until golden brown.
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Yes, days are passing by anything like that. Convey my advanced birthday wishes to your lovely Son ! ! !
I am NOT reading your post this week! Last week my oldest turned 10, and I’m not reliving that emotional week! I do thank the LORD for all that HE has given me, and I count my boy nearest to the top of that list.
Sorry, I’ll be back next week. :)
These look absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Our family loves homemade breads.
Everyone tried to warn me that time goes by so quickly when you have kids…now I believe them. My oldest is 14, and I just can’t believe it!!! Happy late birthday to your little man! And these breadsticks…holy awesome looking!!!! Your photography is getting so amazing girl!!!
YUM! We love breadsticks and I especially love semi homemade stuff!