Low-Carb Garlic Bread

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Yet another way to enjoy the well-known Revolution (Revo or Oopsie) Rolls.  This was very good with my broiled shrimp and salad last night and very psychologically satisfying, as I had been missing garlic bread for some time.  Now I can have some with my Italian food while still on Induction and until I can use better low-carb bread recipes for my garlic bread.  This spice mixture can be used on other low-carb breads, but the nutritional counts for any other bread will likely be higher and you will have to recalculate with the numbers for the particular bread you use.


2 Revo Rolls: https://buttoni.wordpress.com/2010/07/23/peggys-sandwich-buns/

1 T. unsalted butter, softened

1 clove minced garlic

Pinch each oregano, onion powder, crushed rosemary

1 tsp. grated Parmesan cheese

DIRECTIONS: Place Revo Rolls on broiling pan (preferably on a wire rack).  Mix minced garlic and soft butter together in dish and let stand for 10-15 minutes.  Spread half the butter on each roll.  Sprinkle with Parmesan and spices.  Broil until lightly toasted.  Cool 1-2 minutes to firm up.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 2 servings, each with:

145 calories

13 g  fat

1.25 g  carbs

.1 g  fiber


5.5 g  protein

13 mg sodium

4 comments on “Low-Carb Garlic Bread

  1. I love this website, too! I have been low carbing for only four months and getting bored with choices – but this website is making dieting FUN! Thank you for sharing your FABULOUS recipes, Peggy!


    • I’m so glad I can help you break the food boredom. That, IMO, is the kiss of death for any diet program. Got to keep changing your meals up if you’re not going to get burned out with cooking and eating.


  2. These were really good. Next time I’m trying my low-carb bread as garlic bread. Maybe my Rosemary-Onion Dinner Rolls, but using garlic and Italian spices instead. So many ideas; so little time. 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying the recipes. Makes the site worthwhile when folks seem to like them.


  3. I left the oopies behind for a while but this recipe has them back in my life again.

    Thanks Peggy. Excellent recipe. You put a smile on my face tonight.

    Love your website.



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