This Easy Homemade Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil Recipe is easy to make at home. On weeknights, you know, the night of soccer, math club, school camps, work deadlines, housework, and holiday prep, a frozen pizza is the next best thing to a nap.
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Now one thing I have discovered as the years go on is that frozen pizzas are great, but sometimes you can do something extra to it, making you feel like dinner was some effort!! A girlfriend introduced me to dipping oils that pair with frozen pizza.
I whipped up the Easy Homemade Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil the night before since I knew how crazy our night would be for dinner. Thank goodness for meal planning, right??
Homemade Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil Ingredients:
How To MakeHomemade Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil:
*If you are whipping up a frozen pizza, be sure to preheat your oven and get your pizza ready to go in before starting the oil*
In a glass bowl, pour all your ingredients in; I did the olive oil first and then added the rest. I did this in a Pyrex measuring cup, so I had room to mix and then pour into serving dishes.
Pour into a serving dish or a container to store in.
Be sure to stir or shake up before serving, I used a fork, but a whisk will also work.
What do you do for pizza night??
What To Serve With Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil:
- Wildgrain Sourdough Bread
- English Muffin Garlic Bread
- Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread
- Cheesy Monkey Bread
- Garlic Parmesan Biscuit Pull-Apart Bread
Easy Homemade Garlic Parmesan Dipping Oil
- In a glass bowl start to pour all your ingredients in, I did the olive oil first and then started adding in the rest
- Pour into a serving dish or a container to store in
- Be sure to stir or shake up before serving, I used a fork