We asked for your best passed-down recipe from Mom, and got all sorts of delicious responses, but there could only be one winner. After reviewing all the mouthwatering entries Callee D.’s Laramie Loaf stood out as hearty recipe that’s sure to be scrumptious. We hope everyone enjoys this special blog post and tries Callee’s favorite family recipe. Let us know what your family thinks; we would love to hear if this recipe will become a favorite in your household as well!
Callee D.’s Laramie Loaf
“The reason that this recipe reminds me of my mom is because she didn't cook it very much when I was younger, only on special occasions or when people were coming over for dinner. I remember always looking forward to when we would get to eat it. As I got older, she would cook it for us when we would have family get-togethers with our kids and her grandkids. It is a requested main course!
She had just the right touch - it tastes the same every time I eat it. Now I make it often for my kids and husband.” – Callee D.
1 loaf of French bread
3 oz. cream cheese
2 C grated cheddar cheese
1/4 C Mayo
2 tsp. mustard
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/4 C black olives
4 chopped green onions
Slice the loaves in half lengthwise, spread butter on the top half of the loaf, and then combine the following ingredients and spread on the bottom half of the loaf:
- Grated cheese
- Cream cheese
- Worcestershire sauce
- Then sprinkle the remaining ingredients on top:
- Crisp bacon
Put the top and bottom of the loaves together and wrap in foil loosely so steam can get out.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes. Once cooled, cut and serve.