Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Line cooking tray or oven-safe dish with parchment paper.
Take bulbs and cut non-root side to flat.
Apply a layer of coconut oil to cut the side of garlic and place the oil side down on the baking tray.
Bake in the oven until golden and caramelized.
There are many ways to use garlic once it is roasted. The simplest is to use a knife to gently remove and eat the golden, roasted cloves. The roasted cloves offer a sweet candy-like flavor that is simply yummy.
Roasting the garlic gives it a consistency similar to that of butter, which offers many ways to add it to your favorite foods. You can spread the cloves on meat, fish, chicken, or even vegetables before roasting or cooking in the crockpot. If you batch cook on a regular basis, consider adding garlic to your list. Many studies show that garlic helps to keep colds and flu at bay, making it a huge plus for any wellness plan.
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