Thursday, May 5, 2016

Kitchen Hack: Homemade Croutons

Easy Homemade Croutons are the best kitchen hack. This simple recipe comes together in just about 20 minutes. Left over bread is perfectly seasoned and then baked until perfectly crisp and completely irresistible.  Trust me you will never buy them again.

So what are you waiting for?


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Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
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  1. Confession: Any time that I make croutons, I want to quit cooking anything else, take the entire batch and run off to eat them all by myself.

  2. made these and they came out great-so simple to make, although i did use frozen garlic instead of garlic powder for a more authentic garlic flavour. would def recommend these. a great way to use up leftover old bread.


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