Do you ever find yourself left with half of a baguette of French bread? Maybe it was pasta night and you overestimated how much garlic bread to make. Or maybe the package of bagels was a better deal at the store than buying them individually and now two bagels remain in the bag, wistfully reminding you of fresher days. Fear not! They are perfect for using to make croutons. A million times better than anything you’ll ever buy prepackaged, croutons are a snap to make and soooo delicious. Almost any type of bread works and you can control everything that goes into them. Use them on salads, soups, or just for snacking. The base recipe I Love is http://thepioneerwoman.com/food-and-friends/how-to-make-croutons/amp/.
My leftover 2 Asiago bagels ended up being right around 3 cups of cubes, but if you have more or less bread cubes just adjust the oil and whatever spices you want. It’s really that easy – 15 minutes start to finish, easy peasy! ❤️