Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

My mother showed me this recipe that she used as a speedy nibble when visitors dropped in. Great as an appetiser for BBQ's or parties.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. If you can, freeze the french stick as it is easier to cut.
  2. Cut very thin slices- approx 1/2cm if possible.
  3. Mix butter or margarine with soup mix.
  4. Spread fairly thinly on bread slices but with good coverage.
  5. Place on a flat baking tray in oven set at 180 degrees celcuis for 5- 10 mins watching very closely to avoid burning.
  6. When the bread dries out and darkens, they are ready.
  7. You will have very tasty and crunchy bread chips to eat plain or with dip.
  8. Enjoy- but try to save some room for dinner!


Most Helpful

This was very tasty and crunchy and great for a party. Sadly, my guests ate them all quickly, so I would probably do 1 french stick/loaf per every 10 guests.

fionaandcolin April 07, 2006

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