For semi-homemade Texas toast with cheese, we’ve found that the BEST combination is garlic, Parmesan, mozzarella, and provolone on buttered bread.

This semi-homemade Texas Cheese Toast is a family favorite. It’s quite simple to prepare and pairs well with pasta dishes or a flavorful cut of meat.

In-air fryer: Texas Toast Garlic Cheese Bread Our family of four loves to make this garlicky bread in our toaster oven and air fryer because the tray can hold six Texas toast slices and cooks up so fast. Although find the toaster oven to be the most handy, have also successfully made this recipe in the oven.


  1. 2 teaspoons grated butter
  2. and 4 tablespoons melted butter Cheese Parmesan
  3. half a teaspoon of powdered garlic
  4. One teaspoon of oregano
  5. One cup of mozzarella
  6. Six pieces of provolone
  7. Six slices of thick bread, such as Texas toast,
  8. A garnish of 1/2 teaspoon dry parsley is optional.


  • It’s optional to toast the bread slightly before adding the seasonings. Bread becomes crispier when it is toasted; otherwise, it remains softer.
  • Add Parmesan, oregano, and garlic powder to melted butter and mix. Blend thoroughly.
  • Place the bread in a single, flat layer in the air fryer basket or on a baking sheet. Evenly distribute mixture over bread slices.
  • Evenly distribute mozzarella cheese over the toast. Top each toast piece with a slice of provolone.
  • To melt the cheese, place in an air fryer set to 350°F for five minutes or bake in a convection oven set to 375°F for six to seven minutes.
  • If preferred, garnish with parsley and serve.


  • This dish calls for thick bread because it’s so flavorful and packed with cheese.
  • sometimes like to spread this mixture of cheese and garlic over sliced loaf of French or Italian bread.
  • Make sure to cover the solid tray in the toaster oven completely with foil if using it, to prevent loose edges from obstructing airflow.
  • You can butter the toast on both sides if you’d like, but like to smother the melted cheese in all the tastes of garlic.
  • For maximum flavor, mix of at least two cheeses works best. For this recipe, day-old bread from the bargain aisle works wonderfully and saves costs.

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