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Creamy Mayo Cheese Spread for Garlic Bread

Creamy Mayo Cheese Spread for Garlic Bread

Are you planning a braai with friends and want to serve something with your garlic bread and sides that’s a little different? Keen to turn some leftover cheesy garlic bread into a winning side dish to go with dinner? You’ll love this creamy mayo cheese spread recipe that is the perfect accompaniment for garlic cheese bread and just about anything else you can think of too.

It’s really easy to make at home - you’ll only need a few simple ingredients, and in no time, you'll be enjoying a delicious treat! Hellmann’s Mayonnaise is the main ingredient in this recipe, so make sure you have a full tub in the pantry before you begin!

Creamy Mayo Cheese Spread Recipe

For this easy, quick, delightful cream cheese spread recipe you’ll need one tub (230g) of plain, medium-fat cream cheese. ½ cup of sour cream, ½ cup of Hellmann’s Original Mayonnaise, salt and pepper to taste. All you need to do is combine all of these ingredients in a food processor and mix on a low-speed setting until they are well combined. The spread should be set and not runny, but we recommend covering and putting in the fridge for 1 – 2 hours before serving to help it set well.

Add Variations for Different Flavours Too

This spread will pair with a loaf of garlic bread as a starter or even as a side dish for the main meal. You can add different variations to the spread mixture too. Here are a few ideas:

• Add 50g of blue cheese and ½ cup of caramelised onions

• Add ¼ cup of bacon and ½ cup of coarsely chopped sundried tomatoes

• Add ½ teaspoon of paprika and ½ teaspoon on chilli powder

Serving ideas for Creamy Mayo Cheese Spread

Garlic bread isn’t the only thing that this spread pairs perfectly with. Try it on everything and anything from sandwiches and burgers to salads and as a simple dip with chips. Don't wait any longer, get started on your cheese spread recipe today!

This creamy mayo cheese spread is super-fast to rustle up and is a healthy alternative to garlic butter. It pairs beautifully with breads of any kind like garlic bread, ciabatta bread or even sourdough bread as a spread or dip. You can even add it to chicken or beef strips as a spread or sauce.
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