Rosemary Parmesan Croutons Recipe

I hope that once you read this post you never purchase a pre-made crouton again.  Simply because they are so incredible easy  to make,   and so much cheaper than buying them at the store.  Not to mention  absolutely delicious.  Here’s a super quick recipe for Rosemary Parmesan Croutons, although you can utilize any spice you prefer, or whatever you have handy..

The inspiration for posting these croutons comes from the recipe I shared earlier today, Heart Shaped Valentine’s Day French Toast.  The heart shaped toast left for some unused bread crust.. and we cant be wasteful!

  • crutons You will need:
  • half a loaf of 2 or 3 day old bread (anything works really)
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons finely chopped rosemary
  • 3 tablespoons parmesan cheese
  • Create: 

Preheat oven to 350.   Cut the bread into squares, size is your choice.  Place the cut bread into a large bowl, add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl and toss together with your fingers to coat.  Spread your coated bread squares onto a large cookie sheet so that they are not touching.  Bake 7 to 12 minutes depending on how large the chunks of bread are.  Take the pan out half way through cooking and flip the croutons with tongs to brown on all sides.  Remove from oven and let cool.  Serve with your favorite salad! SERVING SUGGESTION:  If you are staying at home this Valentines Day, make a romantic dinner out of it!  Serve your salad with Rocco DiSpirito’s fettuccini alfredo  (under 350 calories per serving!) Here’s the link houseandhome.com/food/…/rocco-dispiritos-fettuccini-alfredo-recipe   Hope everyone has a wonderful Valentines Day, enjoy!!

Cassiopia

** Married mommy of two beautiful girls , residing in San Diego. Practice manager/Veterinary nurse working in the field for 11 years.

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  1. April 2, 2014

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