Garlic Parmesan Croutons
It’s easy to make your own garlic Parmesan croutons from leftover white bread. When you do make them, make plenty since
croutons will keep for several days in an airtight container. You don’t want to run out because garlic Parmesan croutons have a
great variety of uses. You can add them to salads, toss them with vegetables or eat them as a snack.
Try making some Parmesan croutons without the garlic and including them in a trail mix with raisins, dried banana and apple chips
and some almond slivers. You can vary the flavors of your garlic Parmesan croutons by adding herbs or spices to the Parmigiano
Reggiano® cheese before baking—be sure the Parmigiano Reggiano is finely grated. Try adding a half teaspoon of crushed fennel
seeds or a half teaspoon of crushed red pepper. Use your imagination! The possibilities are endless.