Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Skillet Croutons

This is an inexpensive, simple way to dress up a soup. My kids love these, and it is a great trick to know when the crackers have been raided.  (I'm sure that never happens at your house...) 

Skillet Croutons
3 slices bread (I like to use the heel for this)
butter or margarine

Butter both sides of bread, then cut into cubes.  Heat a skillet over medium high heat.  Toss buttered bread cubes in hot skillet until toasted.  Serve hot in soup or cool for salads. 

Notes: You can season these with dry herbs or garlic if you like. Just sprinkle on buttered bread before you cut in cubes.
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