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I like this and will make again. and, yes, watch that they don't burn. I burned my first batch! Thank you for the recipe.
Excellent recipe, Jim. This recipe has many possibilites, and soooo much better than a box of croutons that will break you teeth. I had 4 small hamburger buns in my freezer. I don't like frozen bread, but hated to throw them away, so I made this recipe with the best results! I made this recipe but the only change I made was to substitue Italian Herbs for the Basil (not in my pantry). Wow! Good Stuff! The garlic and oil worked their magic on the light, airy buns. Thanks, Jim for sharing your recipe. I will be using it again on those 2 bags of hot dog buns I have in my freezer.
Made these for a luncheon for my godmother to go on a spinach salad and there were rave reviews! Her and her company enjoyed the slight garlic flavor of these croutons. I, of course, had to try one and I thought they were delicious as well! Thanks for posting!
I love homemade croutons! I used 2 Kaiser hamburger buns and diced them up and added some greek all purpose seasoning along with the ingredients in this recipe. The croutons were YUMMY on my salad :) Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!
Very easy and tasty- thanks
Perfect! I used French bread, including the crusts. I cut my bread fairly large and it was very fresh, so I ended up baking it for about 25 minutes. Crunchy, flavourful, so MUCH better than bought. Used in a Caesar salad, the seasoning was great.
I LOVE this recipe. I'll never buy croutons again. I did add 2.5 tablespoons of butter, 1/2 tsp. of garlic and a dash of onion powder and 2 T of parmesan cheese.
These are delicious, and so easy, too! My only problem was that quite of few of them disappeared during the baking process. Better double the recipe next time. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe with us.
I will never buy croutons again. Wow, these are soo good. I made them with a low carb, multi-grain bread I had on hand and even forgot to throw in the salt, they were still great. The distinct flavor of homemade makes them well worth the 20 minutes or so it took me to make and bake them.
We love these croutons!!! Why buy store-bought when you can make your own...these were so easy and so good. I used them to top a big bowl of tomato soup. Great combination of flavors. I highly recomend these to everyone. Thanks for sharing, Jim in Washington.