Anyone can make croutons. It is a quick and easy way to liven up a salad or soup and a good way to get rid of old bread. You can use any bread you like to eat. We like whole wheat, but white bread or sour dough is yummy too.
You can also freeze bread slices and take these out whenever you need to make croutons.
Garlic croutons (for 4 servings of salad)
- 2 slices of bread
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- 2 garlic cloves
- salt & pepper
Brush your bread with olive oil on both sides. Toast the slices in your regular toaster until golden and crispy.
Slice your garlic in half length ways. Rub the toast with the garlic slices on each side. Generously season the toast on each side.
Let your garlic toast cool slightly. Slice your toast into cubes in your favorite crouton size.