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Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Dairy-Free, Dietary Concerns, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Misc., Nut-Free, Recipes, Seafood-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian | 9 comments

Roasted Garlic Recipe

Roasted Garlic Recipe


Okay, I may will deny this when asked, but this roasted garlic might be a new “habit” I’m taking up.

Really, what’s not to love? It takes barely any work at all and it embodies the savouriness, softness, silky smoothness, warmth and deep aromas that define comfort food.

And the versatility? Smush it up and spread it on toast, throw it into a salad, pasta, risotto, sauce…pretty much anything aside from desserts. And if you insist on incorporating it into a dessert, okay, I will raise an eyebrow but I promise to keep an open mind and try not to judge.

I do feel sorry for Mr. H (and every living being around me), just a little.

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Just to get you started, here are a few awesome recipes that you can use this new friend in:

I’m off to brainstorm some more to use this fabulousness!

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Adapted from Simply Recipes

Roasted Garlic

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 10

Calories per serving: 4

Fat per serving: 0

Roasted Garlic

Roasted garlic embodies the savouriness, softness, silky smoothness, warmth and deep aromas that define comfort food.



  • 1 bulb Garlic


  1. Preheat oven to 400F.
  2. Remove the outer skin of the bulb and cut off the tips.
  3. Wrap the bulb with with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes. When cooled enough to touch, remove from foil and squeeze the cloves out with your fingers.

Roasted Garlic Nutrition

Per each of 10 Servings

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  1. Do you know if and how you can store the garlic once it is cooked?

    • Wow what a great question, I hadn’t thought about that it at all, probably because it doesn’t last at my place LOL

      I found great instructions at see the link here!

      • What a great post. I’m glad I asked, lol.

  2. I like to drizzle it with olive oil before wrapping it up. So good! And healthy!

    • Oh definitely!! That actually gets rid of the burnt ends too!

      Thanks for dropping by!

  3. Yum .. I’m tempted to try it out … and use the same technique for onions? I wanna see that!

    • Ah caramelized onions, what a brilliant idea Jenny!! I should look into this!!!

  4. thanks for linking in to the garlicky fun for Food on Friday. Cheers

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