Twitter user @nefyn92 shared a photo of a couple of chicken kievs sat atop two slices of bread, with the caption: "Life hack - put bread under kievs to capture garlic butter leakage and make garlic bread."
Life hack - put bread under Kievs to capture garlic butter leakage and make garlic bread. pic.twitter.com/3wGKao8MTA- :flag_black:Nefyn:flag_gb: (@nefyn92) July 8, 2020
Oh and in case you're wondering if all that time in the oven will completely cremate your bread, our man here says it does not, explaining: "This was after 20 minutes. I guess because it's in an oven and not a grill it doesn't burn."
The hack has racked up more than 5,000 likes since he posted it and has been flooded with comments from people praising him for introducing them to the tip - someone has even called for a Knighthood for the fella.
One person replied: "This is genius; garlic butter leakage is a travesty of our time."
Another asked: "I'm 45 years old. Why have you waited until now to deliver this life changer? Where have you been?"
While a third joked: "And the 2020 Nobel prize is awarded to..."
Others offered up their own tips, with one saying he puts some cheese on the bread to make a cheesy garlic bread and someone else saying they pour the butter over mash. Ooof.
If garlic bread is your things, then this Domino's pizza hack might be right up your street.
Earlier this year, one woman came up with a pretty brilliant menu hack that means you can get yourself a giant garlic pizza bread from Domino's by making a simple change.
Posting on Twitter Lauren Faulkner wrote: "The mini garlic pizza bread from Domino's is the best thing on menu hands down and I only just realised you can add garlic butter to a margarita and just get a massive one, I'm so happy."
To get one all you need to do is find garlic butter on the toppings option list and add it to your bog-standard marg.
Responding to the tip one happy garlic bread fan wrote: "Life changing. I love the garlic pizza bread but always thought they're too small. This has changed everything." Strong words.