Alexia Garlic Baguette Twin Pack
4.5
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  • Things like peanut butter and jelly, for one, taste good when eaten separately yet great when enjoyed together
  • When it's on sale, the twin pack definitely becomes more reasonably priced, though
  • I like it even more because unlike some other frozen breads out there that are crispy on the outside and inside and thus cause crumbs to fly everywhere when bitten into, crumbs aren't a big problem with this bread, so it's less messy
  • Parsley can be seen and tasted in the baguettes and that I thought was a nice touch


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Some things just go well together. Things like peanut butter and jelly, for one, taste good when eaten separately yet great when enjoyed together. Another example of two things that taste good separately yet much better when paired together is pasta or pizza and garlic bread. Adding garlic bread to a meal that consists of pasta or pizza not only makes that meal more filling, but it also makes the meal more enjoyable to eat. The Alexia Garlic Baguette Twin Pack is one of the many garlic bread products available for purchase in grocery stores, generally for around three dollars and fifty cents. The price tag might cause some people to walk away, but the product, for the most part, is worth the money. When it’s on sale, the twin pack definitely becomes

      more reasonably priced, though.

      The two baguettes that come in the package are long and surprisingly fat. One baguette could potentially be enough for four people, depending on how many slices each person wants. What’s nice about these baguettes is the loaves have partial slits in them, so once cooked, all I have to do is take a knife and cut into the slits. Then, I have a baguette that’s been evenly and fairly sliced. Each slice has a layer of spread that consists of garlic and butter on the front and back of the slice. The spread is quite rich and good, although he’s where I feel the product could stand a little improvement: the spread doesn’t seem to melt down onto the surface of the baguette even after the baguette has been ...


      • cooked in the oven for the recommended amount of time. It kind of stays in the form of a “glob” and it’s not smooth. The baguette would be more pleasant to eat if the spread would melt into the dough. Speaking of the dough, the baguette is crispy on the outside and fluffy and soft on the inside. I like that. I like it even more because unlike some other frozen breads out there that are crispy on the outside and inside and thus cause crumbs to fly everywhere when bitten into, crumbs aren’t a big problem with this bread, so it’s less messy. Parsley can be seen and tasted in the baguettes and that I thought was a nice touch.

        Aside from the butter and garlic spread not melting completely, I feel this

        is a quality garlic bread that has a lot to offer in terms of flavor and offers convenience with its partially slit slices so I don’t have to guess when trying to divide up the baguette evenly. The baguettes don’t cause a bunch of crumbs to end up on the table or elsewhere and that means less clean up afterward tracking down all the crumbs, so that’s a definite plus. The baguettes are pleasantly crispy on the outside and enjoyably soft and fluffy on the inside. The price of these baguettes is higher compared with other frozen and non-frozen garlic bread products in grocery stores, but it’s also one of the better garlic bread products that can be bought. I feel a “9″ rating is certainly a fair score to award this garlic bread from Alexia.




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