Garlic bread with cheese is often served with pasta dishes. Each soft, warm bite is filled with cheesy flavor and packed with a garlic punch, but is also high in calories, so limit the amount that you eat per sitting.
According to Food.com, in one 56 g serving of garlic bread with cheese, there are 298 calories. There are 16 g of total fat, 31 g of total carbohydrates and 8 g of protein.
Garlic bread with cheese contains 39 mg of cholesterol, 491 mg of sodium, 98 mg of potassium, 20 mg of magnesium and 2 g of dietary fiber.
According to the USDA, adult women need an average of 6 oz. of grains, half of which should come from whole grains. Men between the ages of 19 and 30 should get 8 oz. of grains and men between the ages of 31 and 50 should consume 7 oz. One slice of garlic bread with cheese serves as one serving of grains.