Home-Made Croutons

Dry, cubed breadFresh picked herbs such as rosemary, oregano, sage, thyme
olive oilsalt/pepper

Never buy pre-made, packaged croûtons from the store again!  Here’s why, it’s too simple not to make yourself.

For best results, follow these simple steps.  When finished, you can serve, or store in an air-tight container for a while.

Directions:  Cube your dry bread.  You can determine how big or how small.

Put in a metal bowl.

Select and dice your herbs.  I usually like oregano, rosemary and sage.  Fine dice and toss in the bowl with the bread.

Add your olive oil.  I drizzle until it’s enough.

Add a pinch of salt/pepper

Toss until well combined and bake on a lined baking sheet @ 200 Celsius until golden and crunchy, so watch it, and check every 10-15 minutes.

When cooked, completely cool.  Store, or serve immediately.


serve with soup, salad, or use for a dip.


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